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New Airliners January 2021

by Matt Falcus

Here are the new airliner liveries and deliveries you can see flying around our skies this month, January 2021.

 

Aircalin A320neo

The first Airbus A320neo for Aircalin has been delivered. It is registered F-OTIB.

 

Air Kiribati Embraer E2

Photo (c) Air Kiribati

Staying with Pacific operators, Air Kiribati has received its first Embraer E190-E2, VH-IKJ. It is based at Tarawa and flies regional flights.

 

China Airlines 777 Freighter and New Livery

China Airlines B777F B-18771
China Airlines has modified its livery slightly with the delivery of its first Boeing 777 Freighter, B-18771.

 

Lift Reveals Livery

Lift A320-231 ZS-GAO

South Africa’s new airline LIFT has revealed its new livery after starting operations with all-white aircraft. This is A320 ZA-GAO.

 

Myanmar Airways International Embraer

MAI has commenced services with its first two Embraer 190 aircraft, based at Yangon and replacing older turboprops on regional routes.

 

Neptune Fire Bomber New Livery

Photo (c) Neptune Aviation Services

Neptune Aviation Services has introduced a new livery for its fire bomber fleet. First painted is BAe 146 N473MA ‘T-01’. Its other BAe 146 and Douglas DC-10 aircraft will follow suit soon.

 

Red Wings Special Livery SSJ

Photo (c) Red Wings

A special livery has been painted on Red Wings Sukhoi Superjet RA-89140, dubbed the ‘Ferrari’.

 

Sunclass Rebrands

Photo (c) John Mason

Former Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia has rebranded as Sunclass Airlines and introduced this new livery on Airbus A321 OY-TCF.

 

Volaris Wonder Woman

Volaris, Daina (Wonder Woman 1984), Airbus A320......2020-1218-043

Mexico’s Volaris has introduced a Wonder Woman livery to Airbus A320 N530VL.

 

 

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MERVYN CROWE January 7, 2021 - 3:21 am

Hi Matt, the colourful AIR KIRIBATI E 190-E2 VH-IKJ, arrived 05/01/20 and was parked up for two months before any scheduled flying to Kiribati. It then operated one or maybe two round trips from BNE before COVID stopped and has operated very few services since. It was parked at Toowoomba Wellcamp Airport for months and months and now BNE based. Crew training occurs from time time, but precious little revenue flying. It is operated by Sydney based PIONAIR AUSTRALIA, who have recently imported a second E190 VH-SEF sn 435, not yet in service.

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