Pullmantur's Boeing 747-400. Photo by Ken Fielding.

Pullmantur’s Boeing 747-400. Photo by Ken Fielding.

Madrid-based Pullmantur Air recently changed up its livery and it is quite the drastic change from the old livery if do say so myself. The fuselage of their aircraft is still predominantly of a white paint scheme, but the tail, forward section and winglets are now proudly sporting aqua & navy blue paint.

This charter airline, founded in 2003, currently operates a fleet of four 747-400s out of Madrid Barajas International Airport (MAD).

Pullmantur is a subsidiary of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd and their aircraft are 2-class configured (Business & Economy) for a passenger count of 477 and flies over 400,000 passengers per year.

This story written by… Christopher McMullin, Correspondent.

Christopher is a native of Seattle, Washington and his enthusiasm for aviation & travel started at a very young age due to his mother working for an airline. It is extremely common that after ending his work week, he’ll race to Sea-Tac for a quick getaway. Flying is not just a love, but a big part of him.

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