Air Baltic has completed a triple commemorative painting of Airbus A220 twinjets with an airframe carrying the colours of the Lithuanian flag.
The airline had previously unveiled A220s in schemes representative of its Latvian home base and neighbouring Estonia.
It says that it has opted to paint YL-CSK in the distinctive red, yellow and green of Lithuania, to mark the "growing demand" for its services there.
The airline took delivery of the aircraft in August last year.
"We are committed to the Baltic states and will continue our sustainable growth path helping the future development of Latvia, Estonia, and Lithuania," says chief executive Martin Gauss.
Air Baltic's aircraft was painted by Magnetic MRO. The company says it involved 250 litres of paint and 15 artists.
It will station one of its A220-300s in the Lithuanian capital, Vilnius, from the winter season this year.