New Saudi Arabian airline, Riyadh Air has announced its second livery on a digital rendition of a Boeing 787-9.
The airline was founded in March of 2023 and is destined to be the second state sponsored carrier in Saudi Arabia and has orders for 39 Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners. The airline announced its first livery featuring a striking dark purple fuselage colour in June, painted on its first aircraft, with Riyadh Air’s corporate colours being “Inspired by the lavender blossoms that carpet Saudi Arabia”. At the time the airline said that it was to be the first of two liveries that it will use.
Riyadh Air is set to start operations in 2025 with a goal of flying to more than 100 destinations worldwide.
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