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New Airliners December 2023

by Matt Falcus


It’s time for our monthly round-up of the new airliners, liveries and deliveries flying in our skies around the world.

Here are December 2023’s new airliners:


Aeromexico RUNIK Livery

(c) Aeromexico

Aeromexico is promoiting the RUNIK exhibition at the Museo Tamayo with this livery on Boeing 737-800 XA-ADU.


Air Canada Wish

Air Canada is partnering with Disney to promote the new animated movie Wish on this Boeing 787-9, C-FVLX.


Anadolujet Rebrands

Turkish airline Anadolujet is rebranding as AJet. The first aircraft to wear the new livery and logos is Airbus A321neo TC-LUC. See the news article here.


British Airways Narrowbody Oneworld

G-EUYR British Airways - One World Livery

The first narrowbody airliner in British Airways’ fleet to wear the Oneworld branding is Airbus A320 G-EUYR.


Copa Panama Scheme

Copa Airlines 737

Copa Airlines has painted Boeing 737 MAX 9 HP-9927CMP in this “Panama Live For More” scheme promoting tourism to the country.


Electra Airways New Livery

Airbus A320-232, Electra Airways, LZ-EAI

A new livery for Bulgaria’s Electra Airways has appeared on Airbus A32 LZ-EAI.


Emirates Space Center

Emirates is promoting the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre on Airbus A380 A6-EOC with these special decals.


Ibom Air’s First A220

The first Airbus A220-300 for Ibom Air has been painted and will be in service soon. It is 5N-CDA.


Icelandair Reintroduces Loftleidir

Icelandair | TF-LLW | EGCC | 24/11/23

Icelandair has reintroduced the Loftleidir Icelandic brand on Boeing 757 TF-LLW. This airline was a forerunner, and one of the constituent parts, of Icelandair when it formed in 1974. The name is used as a charter arm of Icelandair and has appeared on its aircraft occasionally.


Japan Myaku-Myaku Jet

Saku Y

Japan Air Lines’s J-Air partner has painted Embraer 175 JA252J in this special “Myaku-Myaku Jet” scheme to celebrate 500 days to go until the Expo Osaka 2025.


Juneyao Gensho Scheme

B-209R Boeing 787-9 Juneyo Air

Juneyao Airlines has painted Boeing 787-9 B-209R in this “Genshu Impact” special livery.


KLM Updates Orange Pride 777

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Boeing 777-306(ER) PH-BVA

KLM’s special Boeing 777-300ER, PH-BVA, which wears the split orange and blue scheme has had the livery updated and refreshed. There are only minor differences – can you spot them?


LOT North Moravia

SP-LNG Embraer ERJ-195 LOT Arlanda 20231202

LOT Polish Airlines is promoting North Moravia with special titles on this Embraer 195, SP-LNG.


Malaysia Adds Retro Scheme

Malaysia Airlines has introduced a new retro livery jet, on Boeing 737-800 9M-MLV.


Qantas Dasher-8 and Roo-Dolph

Qantas is getting into the Christmas spirit this year with two festive liveries. This one is “Dasher-8” Q400 VH-QOW. There will also be a Boeing 737 “Roo-dolph” appearing soon.


Qantas First A220

The firt Qantas A220 seen in the paint hangar.

The first Airbus A220-300 for Qantas has appeared in this striking special livery based on aboriginal art.


Sichuan Promotes Wuliangye


Sichuan Airlines is promoting the Wuliangye drinks brand on Airbus A321 B-8603.


StarFlyer TV Promotion

Japan’s StarFlyer is promoting TV series “Seventeen Follow the City” with this special scheme on A320 JA27MC.


SunExpress Eintrach Frankfurt

SunExpress has painted Boeing 737-800 TC-SPM in this new livery to promote German football team Eintrach Frankfurt.


Transavia’s First A321neo

Photo (c) Dirk Grothe

The first Airbus A321neo for Transavia Airlines has been painted and is set for delivery. It is PH-YHZ.


Turkish Airlines Bio Fuel Livery

TC-LJH - Boeing 777-3F2ER - LHR

Turkish Airlines is showing off its bio fuel credentials with these special markings on Boeing 777-300ER TC-LJH.





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JOHN WITT December 8, 2023 - 4:00 pm

The photo of “Orange Pride ” is surely its original livery!? – not the addition of the red white blue sash between the orange and the blue that it now carries.

Matt Falcus December 9, 2023 - 12:34 pm

You’re right John! The correct image is now being used.


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