In January 2022, Spain’s Iberojet painted one of its A330-300s (EC-LXA) in the colors of Correos, the Spanish Postal Service. The aircraft’s simple paint scheme adds substantial color to any airport it visits. [Read more…] about Correos A330-300 Released
World2Fly is a Spanish airline founded in 2021, and based on Palma de Mallorca. The airline Operates one A350-900 (EC-NOI), and one A330-300, with a second A350 on order (EC-NTB). The aircraft are painted in a simple scheme. We are releasing decals for both the A330 and A350. [Read more…] about World2fly A330 and A350s Released
In 2019, Aer Lingus of Ireland unveiled a new brand design. A new color pallette, as well as revised titles fonts and shamrock logo have been introduced. The first aircraft to wear the new livery was Airbus A330-300 EI-EDY. [Read more…] about Aer Lingus 2019 Colors A330-300s Released
In early 2018, DHL Express began operations of its first passenger-to-freighter A330-300 converted aircraft. This first frame, and the two others that have followed, were placed with Air Hongkong. The aircraft were all originally operated by ASL Airlines of Ireland on behalf of Air Hongkong, though the first frame (EI-HEA) has now been taken over by Air Hongkong and added to its operating certificate as B-LDO.
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In February 2018, Lufthansa unveiled an update to its long-serving paint scheme. Gone is the yellow in the tail crane logo, and the resulting look is that of yet another white whale livery. This decal provides the markings for Lufthansa’s A330-300s in these new colors. Our latest Next Generation DIGITAL Silk release is available in both 1:144 and 1:200 scales, and it includes double-struck white ink.
In the Fall of 2015, Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific introduced an updated color scheme and corporate branding. The first aircraft painted was a 777-367ER. The new colors are now being applied to the fleet of 42 Airbus A330-300 aircraft. Our latest Next Generation Digital Silk decal is available in both 1:144 and 1:200 scales, and it joins our previous releases for the 777-300ER and A350-900 in Cathay Pacific’s 2015 scheme.