KLM To Paint Airbus A321neo Aircraft With Updated Livery

KLM To Paint Airbus A321neo Aircraft With Updated Livery
Photo Credit: KLM.

KLM has this week announced that their Airbus A321neo aircraft will be painted with an updated and fresh livery.

Deliveries of the aircraft type are expected to begin in the coming months, so the airline is getting preparations in order for this.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

KLM To Paint Airbus A321neo Aircraft With Updated Livery…

KLM To Paint Airbus A321neo Aircraft With Updated Livery
Photo Credit: KLM.


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In a statement, this is what KLM had to say regarding the updated livery that will be installed on their upcoming Airbus A321neo aircraft:

“The new livery – the aircraft’s exterior paint scheme – is both eye-catching and practical: the dark line separating KLM’s trademark blue and white swoops farther down, rendering the nosedome completely blue.”

“This will ensure that, in the event of an emergency replacement, a new nosedome can be fitted without disrupting the signature blue markings.”

“Another new standout feature is the black outline around the cockpit windows, making them look like sunglasses.”

Adding to this was Marjan Rintel, the CEO of KLM:

“The arrival of the A321neo marks a major upgrade of our European fleet. It is 50% quieter and generates 15% fewer carbon emissions than the aircraft it is replacing, making this an important step towards cleaner, quieter and more fuel-efficient aviation.”

All eyes will be on delivery day for the airline with these new Airbus A321neo aircraft joining the fleet this year.

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