To promote the G20 summit, Saudia painted 3 planes in special liveries.
Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudi Arabia) has decided to promote the G20 summit, which took place on November 21-22, 2020, in a special way.
Representatives of the richest nations in the world did not meet in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, as planned before the COVID-19 pandemic, but in an online conference.
But this did not stop Suadia from promoting the G20 summit by painting 3 aircraft in a special livery.
To promote the G20 summit, Saudia painted 3 planes in special livery.
Saudi Arabia painted the Boeing 787-9, Boeing 777-300ER and Airbus A320 aircraft in a special livery dedicated to the G20 summit. The custom design was applied by Saudia Aerospace Engineering Industries (SAE), a sister company of Saudia.
Two of the 2 planes, the Boeing 3 Dreamliner (registered HZ-ARF) and the Boeing 787-777ER (registered HZ-AK300), were painted with the motifs of the Saudi Arabian flag and the G42 summit logo.
The airbus A320 of the Saudia airline, registered as HZ-ASG, was painted differently from the 2 Boeing aircraft. Saudi Arabia used the same colors, adding additional details about the G20 summit.
The airline's fleet consists of a total of 159 aircraft, 67 Airbus A320 aircraft, 32 A330 wide-body aircraft, 9 Boeing 747 aircraft, 39 Boeing 777 aircraft and 18 Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft.
The global Saudi network includes over 95 destinations worldwide and all 28 domestic airports in Saudi Arabia.