Livery of the week: Evelop Airlines


Spanish carrier Evelop Airlines features a simple and colourful livery created to stand out from the competition. The airline uses blue, purple and aqua tones on its aircraft as they are not utilised by its competitors on the home market. The three stripes on the tail of its jets represent the petals of a Spanish Bluebell flower which is native to the Iberian peninsula. Evelop operates a small fleet of Airbus A320s and A330s.




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