Air Canada Releases Retro Livery On The A220

Air Canada has released a retro livery on their newest A220 registered C-GNBN in the Trans Canada Air (TCA) livery. I think they did a stunning job here. The airline on its Twitter said

Fresh from the Airbus paint shop in Mirabel, our brand new A220-300 proudly recognizes our heritage with a special Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA) livery. It will soon join our fleet in the sky, stay tuned!

Take a look!

Source for all: https://twitter.com/aircanada/status/1362371286354120705?s=21

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@CR3W @Pajd02 😍

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@Jesse0409 @if.england

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Everyone waiting for @CR3W like 👀👀

I’m so happy they added it back after the retirement of the A319, especially on such a beautiful aircraft like the A220

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IT LOOKS AMAZING

DAMNNNNNNNN AIR CANADA

That’s how you do a paint job

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gets fired by WSVG

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Ok now I’m fine with AC flying the A220 to SNA 😂

@Ecoops123 forgive me of my sins

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thats blursed

Best plane deserves best livery

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Hey, I’m not arguing with a retro livery. Makes the A220 kinda look okay-ish.

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Not the best plane but it is an ok plane

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That actually looks pretty good.

Wow, just wow. Beautiful livery on a beautiful aircraft!

I think it is a bit ugly JK

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Glad to see you’re joking! Hehe

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I don’t know, I don’t really like it in all honesty

This is not a livery, it is a work of art.

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