Bennu 737 Max 200s
Bennu is Egypt's largest LCC. Founded in the mid 1990s, the airline has seen impressive and consistent growth over its history and this culminated in its fleet renewal program with plans to retire its heavily used T tail MD 80s and 90s in favor of fancy new 737 Maxes configured with an extra exit to allow for a higher density configuration. This coincided with a brand overhaul and the introduction of the new livery. The transition was delayed by the Max engineering issue and later COVID pandemic, but starting in summer 2021, the airline hopes to restart full operations out of its Alexandria hub with 10 of the Max 200s which have been stored at Renton for nearly 3 years.
The above aircraft wears a special "Wings of Egypt" livery which was used to introduce the brand overhaul and is frequently used in press images. The below craft is in the mainline livery with simplified tail design and 35 of the total 40 Max 200s on order will wear this livery.
[Edit: Moved some text about and changed the engine/winglet designs]
[Edit: No more winglet or engine stripes. The colours are less excited and they moved around. The font evokes wings if you squint right.]