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New Airliners – April 2024

by Matt Falcus


This article looks at the latest special liveries and new airliner deliveries of airlines around the world for plane spotters to go see and photograph.

Which is your favourite? Leave a comment below!


Aeromexico Sephora Livery

Aeromexico Boeing 737-852 XA-AME

Aeromexico has introduced this special livery promoting the Sephora brand on its Boeing 737-800 XA-AME.


Air Senegal LET 410s

The smart livery of Air Senegal now appears on the airline’s first LET 410NG aircraft, which started arriving in March. They are being used on short domestic hops to small and remote airfields. The first two aircraft are OK-NGB and OK-NGC.


easyJet’s 400th Airbus

A321neo EasyJe t OE-ISH

Special markings on recent A321neo delivery OE-ISH denote that this is easyJet’s 400th Airbus aircraft.


Fly91 Launches

New Indian regional carrier Fly91 began operations in March. It operates a couple of ATR 72-600 aircraft, including this one, VT-FIB.


Garuda Pokemon Jets

Garuda Indonesia has joined other airlines in promoting Pokemon’s Pikachu brand, with two new liveries, labelled “Pikachu Jet GA 1” and “Pikachu Jet GA 2”, on Boeing 737-800s PK-GMU and PK-GMX.


Jeju Air TV Promotion

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South Korea’s Jeju Air is promoting a TV show on this Boeing 737-800, HL8089.


Nolinor Adds 737-400

Switching over from its OWG subsidiary, Boeing 737-400 C-GGWV now wears the full Nolinor livery.


Royal Jordanian Freighter Addition

JY-RAZ Airbus A321-231(P2F) Royal Jordanian Cargo

Royal Jordanian has added an Airbus A321-200 passenger-to-freighter conversion aircraft, and it wears the airline’s new livery. The aircraft is JY-RAZ.


Title image (c) Colin Cooke.





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Mike Cottrell April 10, 2024 - 5:30 pm

Maybe I’m getting jaded in my old age, Matt, but the only one that made me look twice was the Nolinor – very eye-catching, also almost an optical illusion in front of that hangar.
Actually, the Aeromexico also made me look twice, but not in a good way. It looks like what I believe is called a “cut and shut” in the car world. Not a good look, but no doubt someone got shed-loads of money for the idea.

MERV CROWE April 12, 2024 - 9:25 am

Most ok, absolutely hate aircraft being plastered with cartoon figures, the Jordan 757 looks terrific as does the FLY91 ATR72. Call me ”old fashioned, the best one ever was the BOAC of the 60s….remember them well!


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