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.