The livery, which JetBlue Airways calls ‘Bluemanity’, emblazons an Airbus A320 with the values it says its employees share, and it comes as JetBlue celebrates 15 years since it began flying.

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Starting with ‘Bippity Boppity Blue’ (N565JB), an Airbus A320, which has already had its vertical stabilizer painted in the Tartan pattern, JetBlue Airways will reproduce the new tail paint scheme on additional aircraft.

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The one-off livery joins JetBlue’s fleet on the Airbus 320 registered N709JB, which JetBlue Airways has renamed ‘CONNECTED TO 01000010 01001100 01010101 01000101’.

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When JetBlue Airways is finally able to take delivery of its first Airbus A321, a step which the U.S. government’s partial shutdown has temporarily stymied, the aircraft will debut ‘Prism’ as the latest design to join the New York-based carrier’s line-up of tailfin designs.

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