New livery for Air New Zealand

Jul 20, 2012 1 Comment by

 

Air New Zealand announces a new livery and corporate identity. As an extension of the highly popular “All Blacks” livery, the revised livery will feature a black tail and white Koru. First aircraft will be an Airbus A320 from June 2013.

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“Our iconic symbol, the Koru, will remain but it will be set within our national colour rather than the blue and green tones on our tails today.  Alongside this change we are introducing a new lettering style for the Air New Zealand name, which will adorn all our new aircraft. This will also be rolled out across all our signage and communications channels by the end of the year,” Rob Fyfe, CEO Air New Zealand.

Air New Zealand, Airline News

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One Response to “New livery for Air New Zealand”

  1. Joanna says:

    They could spare the money in unnecesary things like new uniform and new livery and stop cutting jobs, saving money where it’s not right to save and threatening european routes!! Pass that money to your underpaid staff!

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