This request is for the Jetstar Airways Airbus A320-232(WL) new livery. The old request was closed due to age. This topic has been approved by moderators.
VH-VQB, the Jetstar A320 currently in Infinite Flight, is no longer owned nor operated by Jetstar. The new livery as pictured below features new branding. The logo is larger with a star replacing the “.com” title, and the slogan under the logo is now written in orange. The belly of the aircraft is also painted orange and has a shortened version of the logo. The flap track fairings are painted orange at the rear tip. The silver paint of the aircraft is now a lighter metallic. All of Jetstar’s new aircraft are also fitted with winglets.
VH-VFV photographed at Perth Airport, 1 February 2015 (Credits to Lachlan McDonald)
#Airbus A320-232 VH-VFV
(MSN 5858) fitted with 2 IAE V2527-A5 engines was first flown on the 6/11/2013 with the registration F-WWDE. It was delivered to Jetstar on 1/12/2013 at Melbourne Tullamarine Airport. “Sunglasses Hut” decals were applied to the aircraft on 24/9/2015. The aircraft is now 3.5 years old and is currently operated by Jetstar.
is an Australian low-cost airline based in Melbourne. It was founded in 2004 and is a fully owned subsidiary of Qantas. The airline has stakes in Jetstar’s family airlines Jetstar Asia, Jetstar Pacific and Jetstar Japan (also Jetstar Hong Kong, which is temporarily postponed and not operating) which altogether, operate a total of 130 aircraft. The Australian “Jetstar Airways” branch operates a fleet of 77 aircraft comprising of 53 Airbus A320, 8 Airbus A321, 11 Boeing 787-8 and 5 Bombardier Q300. Jetstar Airways flies to almost 40 destinations across Australia, New Zealand, Asia, the Pacific Islands and the United States. Jetstar was the first low-cost airline to fly internationally.