Safi Airways Boeing 767 (YA-AQS) in the Netherlands in March 2009 taking the President of Afghanistan to a conference

Safi Airways Boeing 767 (YA-AQS) in the Netherlands in March 2009 taking the President of Afghanistan to a conference

This livery is unique, but it seems confused. I like the nice silver base and the blue strips on front. However, the red/orange font doesn’t go too well and the tail seems confused with having strips, gradient, and the logo.

Safi Airways was founded in 2006 and flies between Afghanistan, Germany, Iraq, and UAE. Their fleet has one Airbus A340-300, two Boeing 737-300’s, and two Boeing 767-200ER’s. It is headquartered in Kabul, Afghanistan, with an office in Dubai, UAE.

One of their Boeing 767’s is the official plane for the president of Afghanistan.

THANK YOU YVETTE FOR THE TIP!

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