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16 Mar, 2023
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Those familiar with Emirates will easily notice the changes in the tail section of the aircraft and the wings.

In this latest design, the UAE flag on the Emirates tailfin looks as if it is fluttering in the wind with a 3D effect, and the wingtips are painted red with the airline logo in Arabic calligraphy.

Passengers onboard with a window view will see the colors of the UAE flag painted on the wingtips facing the fuselage.

The Emirates branded gold lettering on the main body in English and Arabic is now larger and bolder.

The first aircraft to present the new design will be the A6-EOE, the Airbus A380, which was released this week by Emirates Engineering after an upgrade.

Its first flight will be to Munich on Friday, March 17.

Sir Tim Clark, President Emirates Airline said: “Aircraft livery is the most instantly recognisable brand real estate for any airline. It’s a visual representation of our unique identity, something we wear proudly, and display in all the cities we fly to around the world. We’re refreshing our livery to keep it modern, without losing the key elements of our identity such as the UAE flag on our tailfin and the Arabic calligraphy.”
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