Emirates has unveiled its first Boeing 777 to sport its updated colours.
Registered as A6-ENV, the 777-31H(ER) operated its first flight on the 23rd of September in 2014 and was delivered to the company the following month in October 2014.
Last month, Emirates revealed their updated livery, noting it would eventually roll out across their two fleet families. The Airbus A380 was the first type to welcome the livery, where noticeable changes included larger and bold font.
The UAE iconic flag tail is also refreshed with the tail intended to pop thanks to the white lining, curves and more. On the Airbus A380, the wingtips were also painted. So, passengers inside the aircraft would be greeted with a UAE flag on the inner wingtip. Meanwhile, the outer part was painted red with the logo mark featured.
Emirates intends to continue refreshing its fleet over the coming years, and all newly delivered aircraft will arrive sporting the updated scheme.
The Dubai-based airline said the livery operated its first flight back from the paint shop to Amsterdam Schupol as EK149 – https://www.flightradar24.com/UAE149/30265ca5