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New Airliners October 2019

by Matt Falcus

Here’s our monthly list and photographs of the new airliners flying in our skies this month, October 2019.

As always, please send us pictures of the new liveries and deliveries you spot this month to matt@airportspotting.com


Air Astana A321neo

Newly delivered to Air Astana is its first Airbus A321neo, P4-KGA.


Air France A350

The first Airbus A350-900 for the French airline is now flying, registered F-HTYA.


Alaska Airlines Logojet

Another logojet for the airline, this time featuring Russell Wilson on Boeing 737-900ER N288AK.


Alaska Airlines Pixar

In collaboration with the Disneyland Resort, Alaska Airlines reveals its latest special-edition aircraft livery, that offers a whimsical tribute to Pixar Pier, a reimagined land at Disney California Adventure Park.

The second logojet for Alaska Airlines this month is Boeing 737-800 N537AS which now wears this special Pixar Pier livery in collaboration with Disneyland Resort.


American Airlines Stand up to Cancer


Airbus A321 N162AA now wears this special Stand up to Cancer livery.


Azul E2

Entrega do primeiro Embraer 195 E-2 Azul Linhas Aéreas PR-PJN

Azul Linhas Aereas has taken delivery of its first Embraer E195-E2 (which coincidentally was the final aircraft delivery from Embraer before it becomes Boeing Brasil Commercial). It is PR-PJN and wears this special livery.


LATAM Star Wars Logojet

Boeing 777-300ER PT-MUA has been repainted into this special Star Wars scheme. May the force be with it!


Pegasus Airlines A321neo


The first Airbus A321neo for Pegasus Airlines is TC-RBA.


Sauda 787-10

The latest airline to join the Boeing 787-10 club is Saudia, which has taken delivery of HZ-AR24.


Tianjin Freighter

Tianjin Airlines has added its first Boeing 737-800 converted freighter, B-2676.


United’s Arty 757

B757-224 N14102 United Airlines (New York Art Livery)

United Airlines has painted Boeing 757-200 N14102 in this special #HerArtHere livery.


Virgin Atlantic Falcon

Virgin is also getting in on the Star Wars game this month by adding these special decals to Boeing 747-400 G-VLIP, referencing the Millennium Falcon.



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