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Nile Air, Egypt's leading private full service carrier unveils 6th aircraft with special livery created by Lila Design.

Theme LiveriesPosted by The Blog Owner Fri, June 03, 2016 00:08:56

Official Press Message published by Nile Air:

Nile Air Unveils A Stunning Special Livery
Tuesday, Jun 07, 2016

Nile Air, Egypt's leading airline, has unveiled a striking special livery on the delivery of its latest aircraft. The new Airbus A320 arrived at Cairo International Airport on the 1st of June 2016 with a unique livery commemorating the 5th anniversary of Nile Air and promoting the many facets of tourism in Egypt including the Great Pyramids of Giza, the pristine beaches of the Red Sea & Mediterranean, the historical riches of Luxor & Aswan and the cultural treasures of Cairo and Alexandria.

Ahmed Aly, Chief Executive Officer at Nile Air said: “As an airline with a proud Egyptian heritage, the unveiling of this special livery is another commitment in our drive to be a key pillar in developing the Egyptian tourism industry & economy. This livery, the first of its kind by an Egyptian airline, promotes the beauty, riches and diversity of what Egypt has to offer to all”.

The design itself was co-created with the leading brand consultants Lila Design (the Netherlands) with the aim of showcasing the Egypt’s wide array of tourist treasures and attractions.

This aircraft also marked another first, with the start of a partnership between Nile Air and Avolon, one of the leading global aircraft leasing companies. Based in Ireland, Avolon has in recent years become a key player in providing aircraft leases and the delivery of this aircraft to Nile Air, begins a new era in its business development in Egypt.

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Posted by GSE Solutions Wed, January 16, 2019 14:52:17

What a stunning livery! Thank you for sharing. Carolina at GSE Solutions