Saudi Arabia start-up carrier Riyadh Air has introduced it’s second livery ahead of the Dubai Air Show, which begins officially tomorrow.
Such a livery was revealed via their social media platforms, which show off an iconic iridescent shade.
Without further ado, let’s get into it…
Riyadh Air Introduces Second Livery Ahead of Dubai Air Show…
In continued themes towards the day before an airshow begins, Riyadh Air has showcased it’s second livery concept for it’s aircraft.
CEO Tony Douglas did the same before the Paris Air Show back in June, where he showcased a concept for an all-Indigo livery.
The Saudi Arabia-based carrier is expected to make waves once again at the Dubai Air Show, with an order for narrowbody aircraft expected.
Bloomberg reports that this could be as many as 100 Boeing 737 MAX jets, consisting of 50 firm and 50 options.
Riyadh Air joined carrier SAUDIA earlier this year ordering Boeing 787 Dreamliners, of which the carrier ordered 39 Dreamliners with an option for 33 more.
Looking ahead, it’s going to be an interesting Dubai Air Show, with carriers such as the Saudi Arabia-based airline expected to make an order amongst others for either narrowbody or widebody jets moving forward.
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