British Airways uses 600,000 coins to draw Statue of Liberty

British Airways has created a giant piece of coin art in one of its hangers to celebrate the launch of its discount season, the 'Big British Airways Take Off'.

British Airways: 600,000 coins to make the Statue of Liberty
British Airways: 600,000 coins to make the Statue of Liberty

The airline used 600,000 coins to sketch out the Statue of Liberty, as a nod to its flagship destination, New York.

The coins were delivered from a London bank vault to the hanger, where a team of seven took six hours to construct the image. It measures 10 metres by eight metres.


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