In October, Indonesia had recorded 295,499 cases of COVID-19, second only to the Philippines in Southeast Asia, with 10,972 fatalities, the highest number in the region.
Revealing the special livery on its social media, Garuda Indonesia said its launching is a part of the airline’s support for the government’s program to educate the public to wear masks.
The blue mask has its straps heading back to the aircraft’s passenger windows painted until the middle of the plane, as if they are blown by the wind. The phrase “Ayo Pakai Masker” (Let’s Wear Masks) is written underneath the airline’s name.
There are currently four aircraft of the company with this livery, and I think that this livery would be very important to add (if you make the A330-900) because it is related to what we are currently experiencing and that will remain engraved in our history for a very long time.
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