Air Malta (Luqa) on September 29 introduced its new aircraft livery at the Malta International Airshow.
Air Malta’s Airbus A320-214 9H-AEN (msn 2665) in the new colors, opened this year’s flying display with a flypass over runway 23/05.
The aircraft, operating flight KM 070, flew to Malta just after being repainted in the new livery. The flight number was chosen to celebrate the 70th anniversary since the award of the “George Cross” to Malta that is being commemorated this year.
According to the airline, “the new livery design is fresh, bold, colorful and displays a new sense of pride in being the airline of the Maltese Islands. The design reflects the uniqueness of the Maltese islands with their proud heritage, colors, culture, symbols, hospitality and language. This is the first step in a series of projects aimed to re-brand the airline. Other projects in this area will be finilized and communicated in the coming months. The new livery also marks another milestone in airline’s cultural revolution, both internally and externally, and will support the airline’s new vision of ‘Flying The Pride of Malta’.”
Copyright Photo: Air Malta.