Excuse the pun, but Icelandair have perhaps one of the coolest liveries around in the air! The airline has introduced a pretty impressive aircraft livery to celebrate their 80th year flying. The Boeing 757-200, which took 2,500 man-hours to paint, is named after the largest glacier in the whole of Europe. Named “Vatnajökull” (I know, try and pronounce that!) the new vibrant livery will bring one of Iceland’s most famous landmarks across the carrier’s ever expanding network across Europe and North America. It is very similar to it’s Northern Lights aircraft, the airline has also invested in turning its interior into an experiential zone.
If you are fortunate enough to fly on this plane then make sure you take the best photos that you can. Watch the video below to find out more and also check this link out!
About Airline PR
This is a special section on Airline Branding, and Airline Public Relations written by me on all the flights I have been fortunate enough to have been on. These are not records taken from somewhere else, but are actual flights I have been on. Most of the flight trips are officially sponsored by the airline companies in order to promote their certain routes, and aircraft. Airline promotion and PR related work in the aviation industry is one of my expertise.
Watch exclusive videos below taken in the cockpit of a Boeing 777-300ER in-flight over Chinese Airspace.
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B777-300ER Cockpit Video 1
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