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    Cool Flybe Rebrands, Unveils New Livery

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    ATW Online; Friday 07 September 2018
    Flybe rebrands, unveils new livery

    UK-based regional carrier flybe has rolled out a new livery as part of its rebranding exercise.

    The airline adopted its current, purple livery only about five years ago and some of its fleet are still in the previous white and pale blue scheme. It is understood the airline decided on the latest color scheme as being simpler and thus more in tune with its “Close to you” brand positioning.

    To minimize expense, the airline will paint around 10 aircraft a year into the new scheme as they become due for scheduled maintenance and repainting. The entire fleet, comprising mainly Bombardier Q400s plus a smaller number of Embraer E175s, will be repainted by 2025.

    The airline said the new, in-house designed colors aimed to create a simpler, cleaner look.

    Aircraft still in the company’s former white and blue livery will be the first to be re-painted, followed by those which have been in the current purple scheme for the longest period of time; four new Embraer E175s scheduled for delivery in July 2019 will receive the latest colors at the factory in Brazil.

    By: Alan Dron
    NS Comment: New livery does look simpler and cleaner...
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    Default Re: Flybe Rebrands, Unveils New Livery

    A few rolls of masking tape! Not sure the need for tree colours the white and blue would work, simpler the better
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