Gulf Air has unveiled its new livery as it prepares to take delivery of its first Boeing 787 Dreamliner. The current colour scheme featuring a gold forward fuselage and dark blue engine nacelles has been replaced with an all-white fuselage. The new look sports oversized Gulf Air titles on the forward fuselage and a more naturalistic rendition of the company’s falcon logo on the fin. The engine nacelles are painted gold, while the airline's first B787 will also feature stickers promoting the Formula One Bahrain Grand Prix motor race. The new livery begins a new chapter in the strategic expansion of what was once the Middle East's biggest and busiest airline. 


  1. The A350 and B787 will be game changers, that's for sure.
    GF's aircraft and livery are both STUNNING!

  2. It is too white in my opinion. Its nice but the previous Gold/blue one was really one of a kind and probably one of the most beautiful liveries out there.


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