New Airliners November 2019
Here’s our list of new airliners and special liveries to see flying in our skies this month.
If you spot anything new on your travels, please send a picture in for next month’s list!
airBaltic Flag Scheme
airBaltic’s latest Airbus A220, YL-CSL, has been painted in this special scheme representing the Latvian flag.
Air Botswana 30th Anniversary
The African carrier is marking its 30th anniversary with this new livery painted on ATR 72-600 A2-ABK.
Air China’s First A321neo
The first A321neo has been delivered to the airline, registration B-301E.
Austrian Airlines New Livery
Already painted on Boeing 777 OE-LPF, Austrian has now painted A321 OE-LBD in its modified scheme. More pics here.
CargoLogicAir’s 4th Freighter
The UK cargo airline is expanding with its fourth aircraft, Boeing 747-400F G-CLAE. It still wears the livery of parent company AirBridgeCargo.
China Eastern’s First A350
Not delivered yet, but fully painted and being tested is China Eastern’s first Airbus A350, B-304D.
China Eastern 787
The airline has also received its first Boeing 787-8, B-206K.
CityJet/Aer Lingus Tie-Up
CityJet has painted two of its RJ85 aircraft into a white scheme with Aer Lingus titles to operate the Dublin-London City route. EI-RJN is seen here.
Japan Air Commuter ATR
The Japanese regional airline has taken delivery of its first ATR 72-600 aircraft, JA06JC.
JetBlue Brooklyn Nets
Another special livery, this time to commemorate the Brooklyn Nets, has been painted on Airbus A320 N633JB.
Kunming Airlines MAX
China’s Kunming Airlines has received its first Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft, B-206Y.
Loganair’s Embraer 135
Qingdao Airlines neo
Another new Airbus A320neo operator. Qingdao Airlines has received both B-302N and B-302P.
S7 Airlines 737 MAX
The first Boeing 737 MAX in Russia is VQ-BGW, now flying.
SpiceJet 737 MAX
VT-MAX is the appropriate registration of SpiceJet’s first 737 MAX 8 aircraft.
Spring Airlines A320neo
The first Airbus A320neo for China’s Spring Airlines is B-303U.
This is a new Iranian airline which has started operations with three Boeing 737s, including -500, EP-VAR and -300 EP-VAI.