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Illustration of a brown bear wearing a yellow t-shirt on a white background

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Produced in UK for Breadwinners London Ltd copyright TM

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Harry Heathrow bear, said to be named after Prince Harry, was the emblem for Heathrow Airport from the 1970s through to the late 1980s. Harry Heathrow was also used to promote the 1986-1987 airport’s privatization campaign. Located in London, Heathrow was a national airport run by the British Airports Authority (BAA) until privatization in 1987, and is one of the world’s busiest airports serving about 90 airlines which fly to over 180 destinations. 

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