Hamburg: How Amazing The SAUDIA Retro A321neo Looks

The new SAUDIA Retro A321neo.
Photo Credit: Dirk Grothe

Courtesy of Dirk Grothe, look how amazing the SAUDIA Airbus A321neo in the retro livery looks. The jet was seen in Hamburg.

Due to be HZ-ASAC, this will be the airframe in question that is sporting the livery the carrier had from the 1980s.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

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In Photos: SAUDIA Airbus A321neo In The Retro Livery Seen in Hamburg…


Hamburg: How Amazing The SAUDIA Retro A321neo Looks
Photo Credit: Dirk Grothe.
Hamburg: How Amazing The SAUDIA Retro A321neo Looks
Photo Credit: Dirk Grothe.
Hamburg: How Amazing The SAUDIA Retro A321neo Looks
Photo Credit: Dirk Grothe.
Photo Credit: Dirk Grothe.

The paint scheme features an incredible retro text of the SAUDIA logo, followed by green, white, and blue stripes, with a green engine cowling and tail.

It is the exact same as what their aircraft looked in the 1980s, which Dirk has also seen in Hamburg:

Photo Credit: Dirk Grothe.

SAUDIA currently has around 100 A320neo Family aircraft on order, ranging from the A320neo, A321neo, and A321XLR.

This was an order placed back in 2019 at the Paris Air Show as the airline continued its strategy of fleet expansion and renewal moving forward.

At this stage, it is unclear whether HZ-ASAC will be the only retro livery painted in Hamburg or whether this will be a one-off.

But one thing that can be said is that this livery looks incredible on the A321neo and will be a welcomed accompaniment with the Boeing 787 that also sports this paint scheme as well.

As Saudi Arabia as a whole continues to develop its infrastructure, aircraft are going to be a big part of this, which is being seen from the likes of SAUDIA, flynas, and Riyadh Air moving forward.

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