Airline tail art: More winged wonders!

Airline tail art: More winged wonders!

Last week I bought you the second 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 or mythical creatures as inspiration for their logos, like Iran Air’s Homa, a griffin from Persian mythology.

Here is part two of “the fauna liveries”; the airlines that have flying fauna painted on their tails.

Which one is your favourite? Comment below!

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Writer, traveller, amateur photographer, teacher. Based in Melbourne and Lahore.

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  • Anna @ shenANNAgans May 14, 2017, 9:44 pm

    Fan of the seagull on SilkAir of Singapore, this is a fun series. You really have seen a lot of different planes. Next time I am at the airport I shall be paying a lot more attention. 🙂 Hope you had a great weekend friend! 🙂

    • Tim Blight May 15, 2017, 5:50 pm

      Thanks Anna! I had a great weekend – very restful – just what the doctor ordered! Hope you are doing well, still kicking goals in life (I know you are 🙂 )