Sunday, March 19, 2017

Chile's Sky launches new livery

Chile's Sky Airline has unveiled a new livery as it updates its branding.

The Santiago-based carrier's new colors are dark purple and fluorescent green, with a simpler design on its aircraft tail.

Sky has also launched a new website and new uniforms for employees.

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(Sky Airline)

The all-Airbus A320 family operator had previously painted its aircraft in a blue and green livery, with a sun and palm trees on the tail.

Sky is Chile's second largest carrier, although it operates only about half the number of flights that dominant player LATAM Airlines Chile does. It flies mostly within Chile, and operates to a handful of international destinations.

(Ghim-Lay Yeo - FlightGlobal News)

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