Becoming the first 787 to wear the new Boeing Commercial Airplanes livery, the first Boeing 787-9 rolled out of the paint hangar at Boeing’s Everett final-assembly facility overnight on the night of July 26-27, 2013.

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Southwest and SeaWorld unveiled the aircraft at a ceremony on June 20 at Orlando International Airport featuring real penguins, Southwest and SeaWorld employees and community members. The specially painted Boeing 737-700, filled with Southwest and SeaWorld employees, also made stops in two other SeaWorld cities, San Antonio and San Diego.

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Boeing has delivered its 1,000th commercial jet for a Chinese airline, a 737-800 which the manufacturer handed over to China Eastern Yunnan Airlines on March 28.

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Air New Zealand has taken delivery of its first ATR 72-600, which is painted in a striking all-black livery featuring New Zealand’s national fern emblem, as part of the airline’s support for New Zealand’s famous national rugby union team, the All Blacks.

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At a ceremony held on October 30 at Boeing’s plant at Everett near Seattle, Air China took delivery of the new, specially painted Boeing 777-300ER, which is the 10th of 19 777-300ERs Air China has ordered.

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Hawaiian inter-island carrier Island Air is embarking on an image and brand overhaul to accompany the replacement of its existing fleet of Bombardier Dash 8-100 and Dash 8-200 turboprops with ATR 72s and ATR 42s, which begins in August.

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United Airlines is scheduled to take delivery of its first Dreamliner in late September and reveals it plans to put five 787s into service in 2012. United’s 787s will feature a customized, Boeing-inspired livery exclusive to the fleet: the gold line wrapping the fuselage will swoop from nose to tail.

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The A320 traded its usual blue branding for a gray paint scheme inspired by the Red Sox road uniforms and complete with blue wing tips and a gray tail featuring the team’s dangling red socks. The aircraft also includes a banner commemorating Fenway Park’s 100th anniversary on April 20, 2012.

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Dubbed the “Magic Jet”, the Airbus A330-300 is the first of three to be delivered to EVA Air – each of which are to fly with unique Hello Kitty liveries. Onboard, passengers also will be treated to elaborately decorated Hello Kitty cabins and character-themed service items.

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At Los Angeles International Airport on September 23, the film’s star, Hugh Jackman, unveiled a new Airbus A320 named “Real Steel” with a larger-than-life image of the film’s “World Robot Boxing” contender “Atom” on the aircraft fuselage.

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The aircraft features a special Lion Air livery, which includes a “50th” emblazoned on its tailfin, to commemorate the 50th 737-900ER delivery to the airline.

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ANA’s first Boeing 787 bears a special livery signifying what the carrier sees as the core elements of its service brand – innovation, uniqueness and Japanese style.

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Air Astana is decorating 10 Boeing and Airbus aircraft with special commemorative insignia and slogans to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the independence of Kazakhstan.

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The new “Blue Moon Rising” livery also marks the beginning of double-daily service by Etihad Airways between Manchester and Abu Dhabi, effective from August 1.

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At the airline’s 75th-anniversary ceremony, Aer Lingus flight attendants modeled vintage uniforms from each decade from 1945 through to the current Aer Lingus uniform.

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EasyJet has reached a fleet of 200 Airbus aircraft more quickly and at a younger age than any other airline in history, and is Europe’s largest operator of Airbus single-aisle aircraft.

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The aircraft features the Portland Timbers’ name and logo in the team’s trademark colors, with a rising sun across the forward part of the fuselage.

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United Airlines has commemorated its 85th anniversary by unveiling an Airbus A320 painted in the airline’s 1970s-era “Friend Ship” livery at an employee celebration at Chicago O’Hare International Airport.

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