Second Riyadh Air Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner

Think Twice

If you think all travel looks the same, think twice.
From the heart of Riyadh, we are bringing a new vision for air travel to the world. #FutureTakesFlight Cause Riyadh Air has just revealed its new striking 2nd livery with an elegant white on one of their Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners. As this will be their second livery which will be entering the global stage near 2025.

This Magnificent piece of art would be a lovely sight to see around the world in Infinite Flight,
Connecting the gorgeous Kingdom of Saudi Arabia With the world.


About Riyadh Air

Riyadh Air is a planned second flag carrier of Saudi Arabia. It would operate domestic and international flights from its base in the country’s capital, Riyadh’s King Khalid International Airport to over 100 destinations worldwide. The airline is planned to be the biggest airline in the Middle East in terms of revenue. Their fleet consists of 39 ordered Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners.

About The Aircraft

The Boeing 787-9 is an aircraft in the Boeing 787 Dreamliner family of aircraft. The aircraft was a clean-sheet design incorporating the carbon fiber fuselage. Keeping the same wingspan as the 787-8, the 787-9 is a lengthened and strengthened variant, seating 259 passengers in a typical three-class arrangement, with 7,635 nautical miles of range.

(Credits to Wikipedia)

Be sure to vote for this shiny new livery!

I’m pretty certain the aircraft has to exist first before a feature request can be made. Unless there is a 787-9 painted in this livery, this feature request shouldn’t exist just yet.

Well Riyadh Air has announced this as their second livery as I put on the tweet at around the beginning of the Dubai air show

And here is a tiny hint they tweeted 2 days ago


Voted for this amazing livery!

Vov Nice Livery I vote

Nice livery! At first glance, it looked like an A321neo 😂

Yeah that mask is a unique feature

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I also i have to agree on who ever made that photo cause after looking at it again it looks like how a Boeing NMA would look like

This needs a bump