A part of the Japan Airlines family, ZIPAIR utilizes 787-8s leased from JAL. Not wanted to be confused with the “Z” Russian forces are using in their invasion of Ukraine, ZIPAIR updated the tail livery of their scheme in 2022 by replacing the “Z” with a stripe pattern
In February 2022 Japan Airlines 787-8 JA835J appeared with a gold “Tsurumaru” tail logo. The special gold logo appears to be a tribute by the Japan Airlines staff to the Olympic and Paralympics athletes.
Announced in 2019, with operations to have begun in 2020, ZIPAIR Tokyo is the first Trans-Pacific low-cost, long-haul airline. A part of the Japan Airlines family, ZIPAIR utilizes 787-8s leased from JAL.
TUI Airways is the world’s largest charter airline and is part of the TUI Group. The former Thomson Dreamliner livery has been modified with the new TUI and TUI.COM titles. This updated livery is applied to all of the TUI family airlines, including JetairFly of Belgium and ArkeFly of Holland
Japan’s All Nippon Airways -ANA was the launch customer for the 787 Dreamliner. ANA currently operates over 70 787s including 35 each of the -8 and -9 models.
Air Europa is the third largest airline in Spain and operates a fleet of eight 787-8 Dreamliners on long haul services