Airline tail art: Flying fauna!

Airline tail art: Flying fauna!

Last week I bought you the first instalment in my new series, showcasing some of the most interesting, beautiful and impressive examples of airline tail art from around the world.

Airlines often use birds as inspiration for their airline names (such as Garuda Indonesia, a “garuda” being a mythical bird in Indonesian folklore). These airlines often include birds in their liveries, painted in a variety of colours and styles along the aircraft fuselage.

Here’s part one of “the bird liveries”; the airlines that have flying fauna painted on their tails.

Which is your favourite? Comment below!

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  • Andrew May 12, 2017, 12:10 am

    Ahh theres the flying kanagroo! But my vote goes to sri lankan airlines this time!

    • Tim Blight May 13, 2017, 2:57 am

      It’s a great artwork, isn’t it? Thanks for commenting, Andy 🙂