02 October 2008

New Aloha Air Cargo Livery

Saltchuk is finally coming out with a new livery for Aloha Air Cargo. The first aircraft to have the new livery is N840AL. This aircraft arrived in HNL this morning after heavy maintenance in Costa Rica. And here it is:

Just kidding...They are being really careful to keep the new livery a secret. The whole aircraft is white to hide the livery.

So far, what is known is that the main color is lime green with the dark blue and orange from the AQ livery. "Aloha" in orange and "Air Cargo" in the lime green is written across the whole fuselage as well as the engines. The tail was covered in black plastic, but appears to be mostly lime green with the dark blue making some kind of design.

If you look closely, you can see a lime green mast/antenna on the tail cone that wasn't painted white. They even painted over the titles on the engines.

For a sneak peek, check out the picture from the airliners.net forums:


1 comment:

Blue Wave 707 said...

Looks like they may have put a white decal over the aircraft. I don't think its paint, unless they used something that can easily be removed without damaging the new livery