The first Airbus A380 Hi Fly was painted in the livery "SAVE THE CORAL REEFS" (Photo)

Today, 18.07.2019, the first Airbus A380 HI Fly came out of the paint. Comes with a special color scheme. The aircraft will be presented at the Farnborough Airshow 2018.

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Update 19.07.2018: Hi Fly supports the campaign of the Mirpuri foundation "Save the coral reefs" - "Save the Coral Reefs", painting the first A380 in a special livery. The aircraft was painted in 2 shades. On one side it is painted a dark blue, symbolizing the polluted ocean and destroyed corals. On the other side it was painted light blue, symbolizing a clean ocean with a colorful and healthy marine life.

The campaign sounds an alarm about coral reefs, which have disappeared in proportion of 50%. If no action is taken to save them, the corals will completely disappear until 2050. Awareness of the danger is the first step in a long and difficult series of actions aimed at saving corals.

Initial news: Today, the first Airbus A380 Hi Fly came out of the paint. The plane was received on 5 July, and on 7 July it entered the paint. After 11 days, we have the first images of Airbus A380 Hi Fly in the new livery.

Between 19-22 July 2018, Hi Fly and Airbus will present this aircraft at the Farnborough International Airshow 2018. Visitors will be able to visit the plane and inside. The first Airbus A380 HI Fly is configured in 3 classes and can carry up to 471 passengers. The propulsion is provided by 4 Rolls Royce Trent 900 engines.

Airbus A380 Hi Fly was painted

By introducing this A380 into the fleet, Hi Fly becomes the 4 European air carrier with this model in the fleet, the 14 global carrier. At the same time, Hi Fly is the first Wet Lease company with A380 offered for rent.

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This A380 is not new. It was taken over by Singapore Airlines. The first A380 Hi Fly is the former (9K-SKC) Singapore Airlines. The aircraft will enter the Hi fly Malta fleet and will be based at Malta International Airport, alongside 6 Airbus A340-300 aircraft and an Airbus A330-300.

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