This week on AirportSpotting we’re starting a new theme to coincide with the World Cup. We’ll be looking at all aspects of aviation in Brazil, from the airlines to the airports and all the great things to see.
In today’s post, we look at some of the special airline liveries and logos that have been applied for the 2014 World Cup.
PR-GUO (grafitti) now is the official airplane to carry Brazilian Team
in World Cup It was painted by “Os Gemeos” (the twins) (c) Eduardo Teodoro
PR-GUM was used by Brazilian
Team in the Cup of Confederation (c) Eduardo Teodoro
Qantas have painted Boeing 747-400 with a large football and goal, and football boots applied to the kangaroo logo on the tail. Photo (c) Lee Gatland
Danish Air Transport
This DAT MD-80, OY-RUE, carries Coca-Cola/FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour scheme (c) Eduardo Teodoro
JAL Japan Air Lines
JAL have got into the spirit of things with these stickers on 777-200 JA8985 (c) Hajime Suzuki
Bringing the Argentinian team over the border is 737-700 LV-CSI (c) Aerolineas Argentinas
Belgium’s Red Devils scheme has been painted on an A319, and this A330 OO-SFO (c) Brussels Airlines
Lufthansa becomes ‘Fanhansa’ for the World Cup. A number of its aircraft have had the titles applied. (c) Lufthansa