New Airliners September 2019

Here is our monthly review of the new airliner deliveries and special liveries flying in our skies this month.

If you’re out spotting, make sure you capture photographs of anything special you see and send it in for next month’s list!

 

Alaska War Veterans Embraer

N651QX

Honoring those who serve is Alaska/Horizon Embraer 175 N651QX in this special new scheme.

 

Boeing’s Dreams 787 Livery

Boeing 787-9, Boeing, N1015B, LN891

Wearing special Dreams Take Flight colours, this Dreamliner is N1015B which will eventually join Hong Kong Airlines.

 

Egypt Air A220 Delivered

The first Airbus A220-300 for Egypt Air has now been delivered to Cairo.

 

Hi Fly’s A330neo

The first A330-900 for lease specialist Hi Fly has been delivered. It is CS-TKY.

 

Holidays Europe

LZ-HEA | Airbus A321-231 | Holiday Europe
New Bulgarian airline Holidays Europe started flying on 24 August, using this Airbus A321 LZ-HEA.

 

Juneyao’s Floral 787

B-20D1

The fifth Boeing 787-9 to be delivered to Juneyao Airlines features a special Chinese Floral livery. It is registered B-20D1.

 

Kuwait’s First A320neo

The first Airbus A320neo for Kuwait Airways has been delivered. It is 9K-AKL and looks smart in the new livery.

 

Thai Royal Barge 777

HS-TKF / Thai International / Boeing B777-3D7 / cn 29214 / 'Lahan Sai' / Aug19 / ( photo: FB Thai Airways) /

Thai Airways International has introduced its latest Royal Barge livery on Boeing 777-3D7 HS-TKF.

 

Ural Airlines A320neo

VP-BRX Ural Airlines Airbus A320-251N

The first Airbus A320neo for Ural Airlines is VP-BRX.

 

Vietnam’s First 787-10

The latest Boeing 787-10 operator is Vietnam Airlines, which has taken delivery of VN-A879.

 

Virgin Atlantic A350-1000

G-VLUX

The second British carrier to receive its first Airbus A350 is Virgin Atlantic, who will now begin flying it to New York. It is G-VLUX.

 

 

 

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