The airline company Air Tahiti presented a special livery on one of his ATR 72-600 on the occasion of his 65th birthday. On his side, Airbus unveiled its sixth and final BelugaXL
The special livery of the Polynesian company based at the airport of Papeete-Faa’a was baptized “Tattoo Marquises” and created on the occasion of its 65th anniversary. It was applied to the 72-600 registered F-ORVT (“Te Anuanua”), delivered in 2017 and able to accommodate 68 passengers. Air Tahiti currently has two 42-600 and ten 72-600including a 72-seater leased to Amelia.
—Eurospot (@cliper31) June 20, 2023
At Airbus, it’s the release of the sixth and last BelugaXL which was the subject of a publication, its livery resembling in all respects that of the preceding ones except for the number of course (in particular its nose which earned it the nickname of “smiling beluga”)
—Airbus (@Airbus) June 29, 2023