I am all the way on the other side of the world in Australia… We never see any of Aer Lingus’ planes, but I’d be interested in seeing the NEW livery! Can’t wait! Greetings from Sydney, Australia!
Rumour has is they are going for a euro white body and green tail. If that’s true, then shame on IAG for killing one of the most recognisable livery’s in the world.
Yeah it looks herrrendous
Their current livery looks way better than that generic one. I wonder why they felt the need to rebrand their livery which I personally love because there was nothing like it now.
Yeah nothing really screams Ireland on it like the one now as they say don’t change something if it doesn’t need changeing.
I feel that they just needed to modernise the old livery a tad. They didn’t need to get rid of all of the green, just modernise it.
I thought they don’t fly the 757 anymore?
Sorry if i missed it but can somebody show me the difference between new and old? Thanks
Yeah they are still in service but eventually they will be replaced by the A321LR. Old is at the top of the thread new one has not been released yet @callum5124
Looks like Qantas tbh. I’m not really a fan of this one.
Good news! Also Aerlingus thinks on planning to invest on a new aircraft, the A350. Not today, but some time. That is also ahead of the New Aircraft and livery rebranding. Not to forget Dublin Airport in growing very well; The new ‘North’ runway is beginning its construction, the new bigger and modern control tower is almost done, New routes from different airlines, Terminal 3 planning, more Lounges including Spa and Showers and so on…
I hope good luck for the future of Ireland.☘️ ;)
Yes it does! Look’s like the newest livery for QF… Just different colours…
I question, why are sooo many airlines in the world going for a white fuselage and a coloured tail? Why??? 🤔
Cost is a factor most likely
Ok? So we just guess?
First glimpse only 30 minutes until Aer Lingus go live for there reveal can be viewed on Facebook and YouTube the reasoning for this livery with loads of white it will be easier for them to transition aircraft from leasing company if they need to be changed for mechanical reasons.