The new Austrian Airlines livery was applied to the Boeing 777-200ER (OE-LPF)
At 60's anniversary, Austrian Airlines has updated its color scheme. The new livery can be admired on the Boeing 777-200ER (OE-LPF) aircraft. At the same time, anniversary items were applied.
The new Boeing 777-200ER (OE-LPF), which will join the Austrian Airlines fleet, has been unveiled in the Austrian company's new livery. At the same time, the new livery also includes 60 anniversary items for years of flights. The new livery was applied in Hong Kong.
The new Austrian Airlines livery
Boeing 777-200ER (OE-LPF) is still in Hong Kong, the aircraft undergoing tests and checks to meet Austrian Airlines standards. By mid-May, the plane will be transferred from Hong Kong to Vienna, to enter operational service in the Austrian Airlines fleet.
Boeing 777-200ER has a height of 18,8 meters, a length of 63,7 meters and a wingspan of 60,9 meters. It is a widebody aircraft dedicated to long-haul flights, being the largest of the Austrian carrier fleet. With the arrival of the OE-LPF aircraft, Austrian Airlines will have 6 Boeing 777-200ER aircraft in its fleet.
Returning to the new livery, we can see some notable changes. The logo has a dynamic structure, "Austrian" is displayed on a larger surface, making it easy to read. In the area of the gearbox, the red color goes down the fuselage. The engines are completely painted white. Instead, the Austrian greeting "SERVUS" will remain painted on the belly of the plane. In the next 7 years, the Austrian Airlines fleet will gradually receive the new livery.