Credits to Morris Biondi (Linked Here)
Like many other Airbus A320’s, VH-VGF started her journey at the Airbus factory in Toulouse under the registration “F-WWIK”. On the 7th October, 2010, she rolled off the production line in a primer coat. More than a month later, on November the 8th, she took to the skies for the very first time in the regular Jetstar livery for testing and of course an interior fit-out at Hamburg Finkenwerder. On November 26th, flying as JST7992, she started her journey from the Toulouse factory to Melbourne, Australia via Dubai and Singapore. VH-VGF finally entered service on her first revenue flight 4 days later as JQ701 from Melbourne Tullamarine to Hobart. On the 7th May, 2014, almost 3.5 years after entering commercial service, she completed her last flight in the regular Jetstar livery and was flown to Singapore Seletar for what would be known as one of the most iconic Australian liveries. On the 23rd May, she arrived back in Melbourne in the “10th Anniversary” orange livery, to commemorate Jetstar’s achievement of operating successfully for 10 years. Returning back into service 4 days later, she continues to fly around Oceania, Orange as ever.
This is just an extract in my own words, original article linked here
On the left side of the aircraft, it reads #jetstargeneration, whereas on the right side it reads Low Fares Forever. For all the Europeans out there, it may remind you of EasyJet, as it is a little bit “EasyJet-y”
I would like this livery as it really is something special. I haven’t flown on VGF, but I have flown on her sister, VGR a little more than a year ago.
If you enjoy flying short hauls, love the Australian countryside from every angle, are an Airbus fanboy and enjoy “variety” and “something different” rather than the existing Jetstar A320 (Which is now in service with Viva Aerobus as XA-VAH) This is the livery for you!