Croatia Airlines Airbus A320 (9A-CTF)
Can anyone take a guess where Croatia Airlines might be based? If you guessed Croatia, give yourself a pat on the back. The airline is based at Zagreb Airport and is a part of the Star Alliance.
They have a fleet mostly Airbus A320/A319, but also four Bombardier Dash 8 Q400’s. They fly to just under 30 destinations and have been in operation since 1989.
The airline started running cargo for UPS using Cessna 402 aircraft. At the time the airline was called Zagreb Airlines. After the first democratic elections were held in Croatia, the name was changed to Croatia Airlines in 1990. In 1991, Coatia Airlines leased a MD-82 and started passenger service.
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A Condor Boeing 757-300 (D-ABON) in 50th Anniversary Livery
Hope everyone has a great Valentine’s day!
This Condor livery works perfectly for today. Here is a little big of information on Condor Airlines, whose 50th anniversary livery is shown in the photo:
Condor Airlines was founded in 1955 and is a no-frills airline based in Germany. In 2003 the airline’s name was changed to “Thomas Cook”, but then changed back to it original name in 2004.
The airline has a fleet of just over 30 aircraft, made up of Airbus A320-200’s, Boeing 757-300’s and Boeing 767-300ER’s.
Condor Airlines flies to over 70 destinations on five continents around the world.
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Kulula Air Boeing 737-400 with a very busy livery
Kulula Air is a low-cost airline based out of Johannesburg. The word “Kulula” is Zulu for light, easy, or simple. The airline was founded in 2001 and is owned by Comair, which is a franchisee of British Airways. They have a fleet of two Boeing 737-200’s and four Boeing 737-400’s. and they are known for their creative ads and odd liveries.
There is the very, very busy one in the photo and also a nice camouflage one as well.
Thanks AirlinesAngel for the tip!
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