Sky Airline (Santiago) on March 15, 2017 unveiled its new livery and revised brand. The green color of its early years has been kept, while the blue has been replaced by a new violet color.
The new concept includes a green “arrow” (above) in the “K” that is incorporated on the horizontal stabilizer. The modified K letter is always facing forward with the green arrow portion. All Ks in the logo are modified except the one on the left side of the fuselage (below).
The first Airbus A320 (CC-ABV) in the new livery will be unveiled in April after it is painted by Coopesa. The airline will also issue new uniforms for its employees.
The Chilean carrier starting today is also reinventing itself as a low-cost carrier.
All images courtesy of SKY Airline via ModoCharlie.
easyJet (UK) has signed a firm order for a further 36 Airbus A320 Family aircraft taking its cumulative order for the type to 451. The agreement for six A320ceo and 30 A320neo makes easyJet one of the world’s biggest airline customers for the A320ceo Family with 321 ordered and also for the A320neo with 130 on order.
In the year that easyJet celebrates its 20th anniversary, earlier in April 2015, the airline took delivery of its 250th A320 aircraft. As with other recent deliveries to easyJet, the A320 is equipped with the latest technology and fuel-saving Sharklets.
The airline flies on more than 750 routes to over 130 airports across 31 countries.
easyJet operates Europe’s largest and the world’s fourth largest Airbus single aisle fleet. Since easyJet took delivery of its first Airbus aircraft (an A319) in September 2003, Airbus has delivered an aircraft on average every 16 days to easyJet since the first delivery.
Top Photo: Airbus. Airbus A320-214 D-AVVO (msn 6587) became G-EZOM on the handover on May 6, 2015.
Below Copyright Photo: Paul Bannwarth/AirlinersGallery.com. Airbus A319-111 G-EZDL (msn 3569) arrives at EuroAirport.
Air Canada (Montreal) has announced a new six-year agreements with six of Canada’s professional teams for air transportation through Air Canada Jetz, its in-house, all-Premium Class charter service operated by mainline Air Canada pilots and flight attendants.
The six-year agreements begin at the start of the 2015-16 season and cover the Montreal Canadiens, the Ottawa Senators, the Toronto Maple Leafs, the Winnipeg Jets, the Calgary Flames and the Vancouver Canucks.
The service will be operated by Jetz, Air Canada’s in-house charter carrier, which uses Airbus A319 aircraft (above) outfitted with 58-Premium Class seats (below) to offer extra legroom and a private jet-like experience.
In addition to the six Canadian teams, Jetz also provides air transport services to the Colorado Avalanche.
Above Copyright Photo: TMK Photography/AirlinersGallery.com. Airbus A319-114 C-GAQZ (msn 740) sits at the Toronto base waiting for the next assignment.
EasyJet (easyJet.com) (UK) (London-Luton) announced today it is increasing its Jersey, Channel Islands network with the introduction of a year-round service to and from London (Gatwick).
From March 30, 2014 easyJet will operate three flights per day between Jersey and London Gatwick offering the choice of a morning, afternoon and evening departure in each direction. The new service will go on sale in September 2013 and means easyJet now connect Jersey with five UK airports – London Gatwick, Southend, Liverpool, Newcastle and Glasgow.
The announcement follows a deal secured by easyJet earlier this year to purchase 25 additional slots at Gatwick Airport from Flybe. Since this time, the airline has worked closely with the route development team at Jersey Airport to expand its operation in the Island and enhance connections to London Gatwick. The new flight will be operated by an Airbus A319 aircraft with the capacity of 156 seats.
Provisional schedule for summer 2014 – timings to be confirmed in September.
London Gatwick – Jersey
Jersey – London Gatwick
The introduction of a London Gatwick service brings the total number of routes the airline serves from Jersey to five. In addition to its exiting year-round services to Liverpool, Glasgow and London (Southend), the airline also introduced a summer service to Newcastle earlier this year.
Copyright Photo: TMK Photography/AirlinersGallery.com. Airbus A319-111 G-EZGI (msn 4693) is pictured in action at Amsterdam.
Frontier Airlines (2nd) (Denver) will suspend the Denver-Rockford, IL (near Chicago) route on September 7 per Airline Route. The route is currently being flown three days a week with Airbus A319s.
Copyright Photo: Michael B. Ing/AirlinersGallery.com. Airbus A319-111 N936FR (msn 2392) with Earl, the Walrus, on the tail climbs away from the runway at Los Angeles International Airport (click on the photo for the full-size view).
Frontier Airlines (2nd) (Denver) today returns nonstop service between its Denver, Colorado (DEN), hub and both Harrisburg, PA (MDT) and Knoxville, TN (TYS). Both routes will operate seasonally with three weekly nonstop flights.
Following is the schedule for the service from Denver:
Denver-Harrisburg (beginning April 22, 2013)
Denver-Knoxville (beginning April 22, 2013)
Beginning May 16, 2013, the days of operation for Harrisburg will be Tues/Thurs/Sun and the days of operation for Knoxville will be Mon/Wed/Fri.
These flights will operate on 138-seat Airbus A319 aircraft.
Copyright Photo: Bruce Drum. Airbus A319-111 N928FR (msn 2236) (Bobcat) arrives at Minneapolis/St. Paul.
Frontier Airlines (2nd) (Denver) is planning to end nonstop daily Denver-Grand Rapids flights after the coming summer on September 8, 2013 per Airline Route. The route is currently operated year-round with Airbus A319s.
Copyright Photo: Michael B. Ing. Airbus A319-111 N942FR (msn 2497) with Stan, the Ram, on the tail completes its final approach into Los Angeles International Airport.