It’s time for our monthly round-up of the new airliner deliveries and special liveries to see in our skies this month, July 2021.
Air Canada Olympics
Air Canada has painted Boeing 787-9 C-FVLQ with special ‘Fly the Flag’ titles for the upcoming Tokyo Olympics.
Alaska Flying With Pride
Alaska Airlines is supporting the LGBTQ+ community with its new ‘Flying With Pride’ livery on A320 N854VA.
This new Italian cargo airline has its first aircraft, Boeing 777 N528BC.
Amerijet’s First 757
The US freight specialist has received its first Boeing 757 freighter. It is N818NH and previously flew with Icelandair.
The new subsidiary of the Germany low-cost carrier has painted titles on A330- D-AXGB.
Helvetic’s First E195-E2
The first of the larger E195-E2 variants has joined Helvetic Airways. It is HB-AZI. A second example has also arrived.
Kalitta’s New Livery
As we reported, Kalitta Air has unveiled its new livery on Boeing 747 N403KZ.
Lufthansa & You
These titles have been applied to A350-941 D-AIXP. This is thought to represent coming out of restrictions, and is accompanied by the #TogetherAgain hashtag.
PLAY Airlines Launches
Out of the ashes of WOW air comes new Icelandic carrier PLAY Airlines. Its first aircraft is A321neo TF-AEW.
Maroomba New Livery
With the addition of its first DHC-8-300, Australia’s Maroomba Airlines has introduced a new livery. The aircraft is VH-QQH.
Nordwind’s First A330
Nordwind Airlines has added its first A330-300, VP-BUM.
After a long wait, Ryanair has started taking deliveries of its high-density Boeing 737 MAX 8200 aircaft. The first was EI-HEN.
Saudia is celebrating the Year of Arabic Calligraphy by painting examples on two of its 787 aircraft. They are HZ-ARD and HZ-AR13.
Skymark Airlines has introduced a new Pokemon logo jet on 737-800 JA73AB.
Southwest Freedom One
The latest special livery introduced by Southwest Airlines – this time to mark its 50th birthday – is Freedom One. The aircraft is 737-800 N500WR.
United’s First MAX 8
United Airlines has taken delivery of its first Boeing 737 MAX 8, simultaneously introducing a new cabin interior. The first aircraft is N27251.