It’s time for our monthly round-up of new airliner deliveries and unusual liveries that are flying around in our skies.
AirLink New Livery
South Africa’s AirLink is now indepdendent from SAA and wearing new livery. Here Embraer 190 ZS-YAB is first to be painted.
airseven of Denmark
New Danish carrier airseven has received its first aircraft, Boeing 737-400 OY-ASA (ex- YR-BAZ).
Air Saint Pierre New Livery
The French Canadian airline is introducing a new livery with its next aircraft delivery, ATR 42-600 F-ORLB.
Azul’s Tropical E2
Azul has painted its latest Embraer E195-E2 aircraft in this tropical livery. It is PS-AEF.
French Air Force A330
The French Air Force has received its first Airbus A330, F-UJCS, which will begin the process of replacing the ageing A340-300s.
Global X Launches
New Miami-based charter airline Global X has begun operations with Airbus A321, formerly ES-MLS.
Holiday Europe neo
New Bulgarian charter operator Holiday Europe already has an Airbus A321neo in its fleet. It is LZ-HEI.
Likewise, China’s Junyeao Air has received its first A321neo, B-30EQ.
Pionair Australia Embraer
Another Australian operator has received its first Embraer 190. Pionair took delivery of VH-SEF, which previously flew with Helvetic Airways.
Qatar Airways World Cup
Qatar Airways is gearing up for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in the country. It is painting various aircraft in special liveries to mark the occasion, and first up is Boeing 777-300ER A7-BEB.
SKY Express neo
Greece’s SKY Express has received its first Airbus A320neo, SX-TEC.
The new name for Private Airline Services is United Nigeria Airways. They have taken their first Embraer 145, 5N-BWY.
Vueling Promoting Tenerife
A new logojet for Vueling, promoting the island of Tenerife. It is A320neo EC-NIX.