Frontier Airlines “Orville the Cardinal” A320-214

I mean, who doesn’t love a fat birb?

Frontier Airlines, as you may know, features numerous animals on their aircraft. I present to you their Orville the Cardinal livery, featured on one of their Airbus A320s. Cute, right?


Credit to Planespotters.net, photo taken by KMCOSpotter.

The Airbus A320 is a narrow-body aircraft designed and first flown in the late 1980s. With a usual capacity of 175 passengers, the A320 is a great fit for short haul, domestic routes from city to city. The maximum range of the A320 is 3,300 nautical miles.

Frontier Airlines is a low-cost carrier based in Denver, Colorado, United States of America. Operating out of a few key cities such as Denver, Orlando, and Las Vegas, Frontier is designed as a low-cost vacation airline that claims they are environmentally friendly. They paint numerous animals on their aircraft from various biomes of the world.

A cardinal is a red bird found in temperate environments across North and South America. The cardinal is usually 4-8 inches tall, with red feathers and a dark face, surrounding an orange beak. These birds commonly feed on small seeds. Cardinals are named after the biretta of a Catholic cardinal, both of which feature similar qualities.

Why don’t you leave a vote for this nice livery? We only have one new Frontier A320 livery in IF, and this would be another great addition. All information found has been paraphrased from Wikipedia.

Cute livery indeed.

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Birb.

I’m voting!

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Yes birb indeed is the only reason I would vote for this.

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I voted.

B. I. R. B.

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