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Yangtze A330 Poster


Yangtze A330 Poster

The Airbus A330 is the workhorse of the Yangtze Airlines fleet. The airline received its first A330-200 in 1999, and would continue to take delivery of A330 family jets until October 2019. Between 2000 and 2003, 3 Yangtze Airlines A330-200 jets wore United States registrations and frequently operated flight YZ913/4 PVG-HNL-LAX. These A330-200s were re-registered with Chinese registrations in 2004. In 2017, Yangtze Airlines received the first A330-300 built in Tianjin, China: B-301P. B-301P was named "Airbus Tianjin" by the airline to commemorate this special event. This was the first Chinese-built airliner for the airline.

Aircrafts Pictured:
B-8364, Airbus A330-200 "Hawaii", delivered to Yangtze Airlines in 2000, originally registered N301YZ, re-registered to B-8364 in 2004. Operated by the Guangzhou branch.
B-301P, Airbus A330-300 "Airbus Tianjin", delivered to Yangtze Airlines in 2017, operated by the Chengdu branch.



    Nice, but the Yangtze Airlines font does seem very thin and doesn't really fit with the Chinese titles

    Nice, but the Yangtze Airlines font does seem very thin and doesn't really fit with the Chinese titles

    Thanks. I'm working on finding a new font that suits the airline better.

    AAAAHHH I love it on the A330!  :wub:

    Looks pretty good apart from the fact that the tail screams austrian

    AAAAHHH I love it on the A330!  :wub:

    Thanks! The tail swoop has been modified so it fits the A330 perfectly, and I think it looks the most "natural" out of all the liveries.

    While it's smart, the back-end design is concerningly close to Austrian.

    While it's smart, the back-end design is concerningly close to Austrian.

    While it's smart, the back-end design is concerningly close to Austrian.

    While it's smart, the back-end design is concerningly close to Austrian.

    finding a new font that suits the airline better.

    i mean you could just make it bold...

     

    While it's smart, the back-end design is concerningly close to Austrian.