WestJet unveiled yesterday its new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner livery, logo and cabin interior including the airline’s first-ever business class cabin.
Austrian Airlines is making itself fit for the digital world and is further developing its branding.
Brussels Airlines’ fifth iconic plane is ready to carry out its Belgian colours. The Smurfs design by the Italian Marta Mascellani, chosen by the public, will represent Belgium on a Brussels Airlines A320 named Aerosmurf.
Lufthansa revealed its new, modernized brand image to customers and employees today at two major events at the Frankfurt and Munich hubs.
Swiss strengthens its positioning and commitment to the French-speaking part of the country as it renews its Geneva fleet with the Bombardier CS300. To demonstrate this commitment, SWISS has commissioned a special livery designed by Romand artist Mathias Forbach, also known as Fichtre.
Hawaiian Airlines revealed yesterday an updated brand identity and the freshly-painted livery of a Boeing 717 (N488HA), the first of its fleet of more than 50 aircraft that will feature the new design.
ANA announced on March 6 that it has selected “Flying Honu” as the theme for its limited edition livery to be used on the carrier’s Airbus A380, which will be introduced on the Tokyo-Honolulu service, launching in spring 2019. The new route marks ANA’s first introduction of the Airbus A380, the world’s largest passenger airliner.
Air Canada today unveiled for its customers and employees, a bold new livery inspired by Canada for its entire fleet, elegant new uniforms for its employees, and a taste of some of the new onboard menu offerings that its customers can look forward to.
Not even ten years passed since Qantas refreshed its look. At that time the company was introducing Airbus A380 to its fleet and that deserved some tweaks. This time Qantas is introducing Boeing 787 Dreamliner entering service next year.