Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Air Europa revamps livery before 787 arrival

Spanish carrier Air Europa has unveiled a new colour scheme for its fleet ahead of delivery of its own Boeing 787s.

The airline has already painted an Embraer 195 (EC-KRJ) in the revised livery, which comprises a simple blue-and-white design with a revised version of its logo – a lower-case ‘AE’ – on the fin.
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Air Europa says the livery features a “crisper, clearer” typeface which will “serve to make us more visible.”
It says it is undergoing a modernisation processes which demands a “more visual and modern brand.”
Air Europa has been using a 787 leased from Polish operator LOT but is due to take delivery of eight 787-8s and 14 787-9s.
(Flightglobal News)

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