Saudi Arabia’s newest airline Riyadh Air has revealed the design of the livery on its Boeing 787 aircraft.
The airline’s planes will adorned in a purple paint featuring a feather-like design near the rear of the fuselage, and ‘Riyadh Air’ written in both English and Arabic near the front.
There will also two Saudi flags on either side of the cockpit, and the vertical stabilizer at the rear of the aircraft. It will painted a light shade of blue featuring the Riyadh Air logo.
The design has revealed in a tweet from the airline’s official Twitter account on Sunday.
Another tweet from the account of the Riyadh-based aviation media company Aviation World Group showed a clip of one of Riyadh Air’s Boeing 787s taking off.
The airline due to start operating in 2025. It is likely to eventually connect to 100 destinations around the world.
According to the official announcement, Riyadh Air is likely to create 200,000 direct and indirect jobs. Thus, adding $20 billion to the non-oil economy.
The company wholly-owned by Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund (PIF) and its CEO is Tony Douglas. He previously chief executive of Abu Dhabi’s Etihad Airways.