Livery of the week: Air Canada


On the occasion of Canada’s 150th anniversary year, Air Canada has introduced a brand new livery, reminiscent of its former design. The airline's fleet of 300 mainline and regional aircraft are being repainted in a bold black and white design that highlights its iconic red maple leaf encircled ensign, or “rondelle”, that returns to the tail of the flag carrier’s fleet after an absence of 24 years. Reflecting Canada’s vastness and contrasting seasons, with references to its wildlife and First Nations heritage, the new livery was created by international design firm Winkreative, headed by Canadian entrepreneur Tyler Brûlé.




2 comments:

  1. Don't like the "mask" part around the cockpit windows. Besides that I think it isn't bad.

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    1. The mask is probably what the "First Nations heritage" refers to, i.e. ceremonial body paintings :)

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