Canada’s Air Transat has unveiled a new livery and branding to mark the carrier’s 30th anniversary.
Launching on 14 November 1987 with a flight from Montreal to Acapulco, the airline has grown into a major carrier serving some 60 destinations around the world.
Today its fleet is focussed around Airbus A310, A330 and Boeing 737 aircraft, with Airbus A321LRs due in 2019 to replace the ageing A310s.
The new livery, revealed at a ceremony, is built around the star logo first seen 30 years ago and now brought up to date in a new style. It is used on the tail and the side of the fuselage, while the forward fuselage is mostly white with a new style name applied above the windows and also on the underside of the aircraft.
According to the airline, the new livery is intended to brighten the everyday with the joy of vacations.