2012 Aviation News

MAY 01 2012
Aviation News >> Thomson's New Colours Applied to 767 G-OBYG

Thomson Airways' new livery entered service this morning. G-OBYG, one of the carrier's Boeing 767s, departed Manchester for Orlando wearing the airline's new identity. The aircraft was painted by Air Livery at Manchester Airport and rolled out of the hangar yesterday.

The new colour scheme has been designed for the airline's Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft, which, due to delays, will now not enter service with the airline until the summer of 2013. It was originally revealed when one of Boeing's 787s visited Manchester on the 24th April as part of the Boeing Dream Tour.

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