Here is this month’s round-up of new airliner deliveries and liveries – February 2021.
10 Tanker New Scheme
10 Tanker firefighting service has rolled out a new livery on its DC-10 tanker fleet. Here is N612AX wearing the new scheme.
Air Peace E2
The first Embraer E2 variant delivered to Africa is now flying with Air Peace of Nigeria. The aircraft is E195-E2 with registration 5N-BYF.
ATI New Livery
Cargo carrier Air Transport International, or ATI, has unveiled a modified livery on Boeing 767-200F N255CM.
Alaska Airlines MAX
With the Boeing 737 MAX now recertified, Alaska Airlines has welcomed the first example into its fleet. 737 MAX 9 N913AK.
Gulf Air Retro 2
The second aircraft to wear Gulf Air’s 70th anniversary retro livery is Airbus A321neo A9C-NB.
Privilege Style A321
The lease operator has added its first Airbus A321, EC-NLJ.
REX 737 Painted
Now ready to challenge the big rivals, the first REX (Regional Express) Boeing 737-800 has now been painted. It is VH-RQC.
S7 Cargo 737
Russia’s S7 Airlines is now operating this Boeing 737-800BCF (Boeing Converted Freighter), with a tweaked livery. The aircraft is VP-BEN (previously EI-DAE with Ryanair).
Similarly, the UK’s Titan Airways has taken delivery of its first Airbus A321P2F (Passenger to Freighter) conversion. It is G-POWY (ex- G-DHJH with Thomas Cook Airlines).
New Spanish carrier World2Fly has its first aircraft now painted. It is Airbus A330-300 EC-LXR, and will fly on leisure routes between Spain and Latin America.