Livery of the week: Turpial Airlines

Venezuela's Turpial Airlines launched operations earlier this year. The carrier features an image of Venezuela's national Turpial bird on the tail of its aircraft. Black, white and yellow is prominently used in the airline's branding based on the colours of the bird's feathers. Furthermore, the patterns on the tail of its jets symbolise bird feathers. The carrier currently operates three Boeing 737-400 aircraft, with plans to further grow in the future.

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