Florida-based Spirit Airlines has unveiled a new livery, becoming the third US carrier in recent weeks to debut a new look on its aircraft.
The low-cost carrier’s new Airbus narrowbodies will be painted in a bright yellow colour, with the airline’s name in black, shows photos published by USA Today. The newspaper says the carrier will have six aircraft with the new livery by end-2014, while in-service aircraft will receive the new livery as and when they are scheduled to be repainted.
Spirit is the latest US carrier this month to show off changes to its aircraft livery. Southwest Airlines debuted a new branding and livery earlier this month, followed by Frontier Airlines a day later.
Spirit’s new bright yellow livery follows changes earlier this year to its website and marketing materials, which have transitioned to the eye-catching shade. The airline did not immediately respond to questions on its new livery.
Spirit is expecting the delivery of seven Airbus A320s in the fourth quarter. It has a fleet of 58 A320 family aircraft currently.
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