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"Greetings!"

 

ENTRIES WILL NO LONGER BE ACCEPTED

(AS OF JUL6 24:00 CET)

 

It's been a while since I've been active on AE, but even while away when I looked into the gallery I saw only a few Arabic airline concepts (even fewer good ones). I was wondering what brands are out there right now, and which could be developed with a little effort by the design community. 

 

Therefore, I would like to announce an AE design contest for Arabic airline brands.

For those interested in entering, submit a brand portfolio for an original airline based somewhere in the Arab World* by the end of this month (June 2018).** Please carefully read the rules, guidelines, and point categories first.

After submissions are finalized points will be awarded in several key categories and I may provide feedback. Additionally, select members of the AE design community will be further consulted. The brands will be ranked and a winner announced as AE's Best Arabic Brand 2018!*** A runner-up will also be announced. With your permission, a selection of this year's submissions, including the winner and runner-up will then be featured on a special gallery created for the displaying your designs.

 

 

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*The Arab World is generally regarded by membership in the Arab league. Israeli designs will not be considered.

 

Contestants 2018

 

 Vision | Jumeirah Airways, Abu Dhabi, UAE.

Britannia | Iraqi Airlines, Baghdad, Iraq

Джон-Пол | Nakheel | Dubai, UAE 

N664US| Transport Aerien Algerien Algiers, Algeria.
BFS (Boeing Flight Simmer) | Primair | Doha, Qatar
TNT88 | Muscatair Muscat, Oman
Moon | Jazira Airways Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 
Coco & Co | Qatariya International Airways |  Doha, Qatar
bAnderson | Alaouite Moroccan Airlines | Casablanca, Morocco 

POTKC | Tayir | Tunis, Tunisia 

CC96 | Lebanese Airways | Beirut, Lebanon

Noreste | Maghreb Air | Casablanca, Morocco

edge | Bahraini | Bahrain 

KITTY| Rihla Airways | Dubai, UAE 

kingoftheskies | Ajniha Airways | Kuwait, Kuwait

5280_Av8r | Air Arabie | Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Nahel | Bahrain Airways | Bahrain

cseries | Omanwings | Muscat, Oman

rustupid2 | Altaira| Sharjah, UAE

SkySwimmer | Nour Al-Arabiya | Abu Dhabi, UAE

Trevor De Verteuil | Moroccan Air | Casablanca, Morocco

 

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Good luck!" 

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Rules

  1. "Brand portfolio" entails a logo and livery at a minimum.
  2. Participants may only submit one design each.
  3. Total submissions cannot exceed two per country or unique base of operations i.e. not more than two airlines based in Egypt, or not more than two airlines based in Dubai at a first come basis. Discretion is reserved over which rule applies. May be subject to further exceptions upon appeal.
  4. ENTRIES WILL NO LONGER BE ACCEPTED (AS OF JUL6 24:00 CET) 
  5. Logo and/or Livery must contain Arabic titles.
  6. Airline submissions must be based in the Arab World (see figure 1); Israeli designs will not be considered.
  7. Final designs must be submitted through a post in this thread exclusively. Final designs submitted through PM or Discord will not be considered. 
  8. Please disable your signature by unchecking "enable signature?" in your post's full editor to keep this thread clean.
  9. Please refrain from posting comments or replies, ones posted during the submission period will be deleted after 48 hours at least. Comments or replies posted after submission time will not be deleted.

 

Guidelines

  • Name and overall brand design must be as original as possible. 
  • You may submit completely new designs or ones previously made, so long as the designs follow all the rules and guidelines.
  • Brands can include LCCs or mainlines/ flag carriers.
  • You can assume this airline operates in modern times (2010–). Exclusively historical submissions will not be considered. Brand timelines/evolutions may be considered if a modern livery is included.
  • Writing a story or history is not required, but will be considered.
  •  Post submissions below with a title at the top of the post stating your username, airline name, country, and home airport in the following format: "USERNAME, AIRLINE, COUNTRY, AIRPORT'S IATA" e.g. "AEUSER, ARABIAN AIRLINES, UAE, DXB"
  • Please message BoingTheOstrich for further inquiries or concerns.

 Points will be awarded for: 

  • Originality (Inspiration, Uniqueness)
  • Design Features (General design, Realism, Cohesiveness, Pairing of fonts)
  • Use of Arabic language and culture (Name, Cultural elements or colors, Historical accuracy)

** Deadline may be extended.

***This is a clearly subjective ranking, you can also use "Boing's Best Arabic Brand of 2018" or similar to please your sensitive ass.

*Boing reserves the right to modify rules, guidelines, or point categories without prior notice and as deemed necessary. New rules, guidelines, or point categories will be made clear.

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" A Thousand Congratulations!"

A thousand congratulations indeed to Airline Empire's Best Arabic Brands of the Year. 

In 3rd Place: {32/40}:  

IRAQI
In 2nd Place: {33/40}:  
NAKHEEL
In 1st Place: {34/40}:  
JAZIRA
 

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For the remaining rankings and detailed commentaries

please view the following posts

 Lowest Ranking Enties {Scored <20/40}

Middle-Pack Entries {Scored <30/40}

4th Place Runners Up {Scored 30/40}

Winners {Scored >30/40}

 



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VISION, JUMEIRAH AIRWAYS, UAE, AUH - Abu Dhabi International Airport

 

I present you with my entry for the AE Arabic Airline Design Contest.

 

 

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ABOUT JUMEIRAH

Jumeirah Airways, based in Abu Dhabi, is one of the UAE's most luxurious airlines. The airline, with respect to other notable brands around the world, is also one of the newest in our skies today, having only launched back in 2003.

 

Jumeirah currently operates a considerable range of aircraft from both industry giants Airbus and Boeing. As of March 2018, Jumeirah's fleet currently consists of the Airbus A320, Airbus A321, Airbus A330-200 and -300, Airbus A380, Boeing 777-300ER, and Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner. This fleet is expected to grow with the arrivals of both Airbus's A350-1000 and Boeing's 787-10, 777-8 and 777-9.

 

 

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A render of one of our active Airbus A380 aircraft.

 



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BRITANNIA, IRAQI AIRLINES, IRQ, BGW - Baghdad International Airport

 

My entry for the AE Arabic Airline Design Contest.

 

Presenting Iraqi Airlines

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Iraqi Airlines commenced operations on January 27, 1946. It currently is the oldest operating airline in the Middle East. Iraqi Airlines is the national carrier of Iraq, headquartered at Baghdad International Airport. It operates both domestic and international service and is currently a member of the airline alliance Unitedwings.

 

Iraqi Airlines has a fleet including:

A320-200

A321-200

A330-200

B737-700

B737-800 (one operated for the Government of Iraq)

B747-400

B767-300ER

B777-200LR

B787-8 (fleet entry in Q4 2018)

CRJ-900LR

CS300 (fleet entry Q4 2018)

 

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Iraqi Airlines livery on the A320-200, YI-ATA.



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Джон-Пол - NAKHEEL - AN/NKU - UAE - DXB - Dubai International Airport

 

-- Nakheel --

 

Nakheel (IATA: AN | ICAO: NKU | Callsign: PALM) is a government-owned airline based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The airline operates flights out of Dubai International Airport and Dubai Al-Maktoum Airport. The airline was founded in 2010.

 

The fleet consists out of Boeing 737s only.

 

Fleet:

 

Boeing 737-800 - 45 - 10 more on order - 10C 156Y

Boeing 737-900ER - 12 - 0 more on order - 12C 164Y

Boeing 737 MAX 8 - 3 - 57 more on order - Used to replace older Boeing 737-800s and to expand the route network

 

Nakheel also has Boeing 737 MAX 10s on order, which will enter the fleet in the future.

 

Historical fleet:

 

Boeing 737-800 - 4

 

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Note: this airline is for the most part based off FlyDubai



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BFS (Boeing Flight Simmer), Primair, Qatar, PAI

 

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About Primair

Primair is a LCC based in Qatar. Flying planes on high traffic routes throughout the middle east and to parts of monsoon Asia with a small fleet of aircraft. The airline started in 2004 by a wealthy middle eastern businessman with an interest in aviation.

 

Fleet:

 

A320-200: 25 (10 on order)

A321-100: 10 (5 on order)

A330-200: 4 (1 on order)

 

 

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N664US, TRANSPORT AÉRIEN ALGÉRIEN, DZA, ALG — Algiers Houari Boumediene International Airport


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About Algérien
Transport Aérien Algérien (IATA: AG, ICAO: DZA, Callsign: ALGERIAN), commonly referred to simply as Algérien, is an Algerian airline based on the grounds of the Houari Boumediene Airport in Algiers, with focus cities in Oran and Paris - de Gaulle. In Arabic, Algérien is referred to as الجزائرية, which is a shortening of the full name of الخطوط الجوية الجزائرية. It is the flag carrier of Algeria, with service to 31 domestic destinations and 42 international destinations.

Algérien operates a fleet of predominantly Airbus aircraft, most of which came as a result of the long and historical (albeit tense) relationship between Algeria and France, which has provided both financial assistance and technical aid on the purchase and maintenance of both Airbus and ATR aircraft. Algérien is currently a member of Unitedwings, offering a connection between Northern and Western Africa and the world.

Current Fleet
Airbus A319-100 — 8C 114Y — 14 aircraft
Airbus A320-200 — 12C 132Y — 20 aircraft
Airbus A321-200 — 16C 159Y — 6 aircraft
Airbus A330-200 — 23C 28W 192Y — 12 aircraft
Airbus A330-300 — 30C 35W 223Y — 3 aircraft
ATR 72-500 — 68Y — 15 aircraft

Aircraft Orders
Airbus A330-800neo — 8 aircraft from 2018 (sole and launch customer)
Bombardier CS100 — 10 orders from 2020
Bombardier CS300 — 5 orders from 2019

 

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Presented here is a breakdown of the livery's main components.

 

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Here's a render of an example A330-200 in the Algérien fleet.



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TNT88, Muscat Air, Oman, MCT - Muscat International Airport

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Muscat Air is an Airlines based in Muscat International Airport, Oman. This airlines is a semi-Full Service Airlines that focus primarily on connecting many cities from all the continent through Muscat International Airport.

 

The airlines primarily owned by The Shaksy Group (83%) and further investment by International Airlines Group (17%). 

 

Fleet Consist of:

31 B777-300ER (28C 428Y)

46 A330-300ceo (20C 296Y)

42 A321-200ceo (8C 180Y)

 

Fleet On Order:

7 Brand New B777-300ER and 10 Used B777-300ER

15 Used A330-300ceo

9 Used A321-200

50 Brand New A321NEOLR

 

Seats:

B777-300ER, Business Class Zodiac's Cirrus (42" pitch between shells), Economy class Zodiac's 5751 (17" width, 31" seat pitch)

A330-300, Business Class Zodiac's Cirrus (43" pitch between shells), Economy class Zodiac's 5751 (17" width, 31" seat pitch)

A321-200, Business Class Zodiac's 6850 (36" seat pitch), Economy class Zodiac's 5751 (17" width, 30" pitch)

 

Routes

European :

LHR, CDG, AMS, FRA, IST, MAD, BCN, LGW, MUC, FCO, SVO, DUB, ZRH, CPH, MAN, OSL, LIS, ARN, BRU, DUS, VIE, MXP, ATH, TXL, HEL, HAM, GVA, LED, WAW, PRG, KBP, VCE, LYS, GLA.

 

Africa:

JNB, CAI, CPT, CMN, LOS, TUN, RAK, MRU, ABV, RUN, DKR, ABJ.

 

Middle East:

MCT (Hub), DXB, DOH, JED, AUH, RUH, KWI, BAH, DMM, AMM, BEY.

 

Asia:

PEK, HKG, PVG, CAN, DEL, CGK, SIN, ICN, BKK, KUL, CTU, BOM, SZX, TPE, KMG, MNL, XIY, NRT, CKG, SGN, HGH, CJU KIX, NKG, BLR, XMN, CGO, CSX, WUH, TAO, HAN, DPS, HAK, NGO, MAA, CCU, HYD, COK, AMD, PNQ, GOI, JAI, LKO, KHI, LHE, DAC.

 

Oceania:

SYD, MEL, BNE, AKL.

 

Americas:

LAX, ORD, DFW, DEN, JFK, SFO, LAS, SEA, MCO, PHX, MIA, EWR, IAH, BOS, MSP, DTW, PHL, BWI, IAD, PDX, AUS, YYZ, YVR, MEX, GRU, GIG.


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Qatariya International Airways - Qatar - QRQ,  QARI, QATARIYA - Hamad International 

 

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Brief Synopsis: Qatariya was founded in 1999 intended to be the main international carrier of Qatar, the current livery was adopted in 2017 and is now present on all the fleet.

 

Aircraft operated: A320-200, A330-200/300, A380-800, 777-300ER and 787-8/9.

 

Despite operating only for a short period has become one of the world's most luxurious airlines flying to a large number of destinations from its Doha hub :P.

 

Update: Due to the Arabic titles being incorrect they have now been updated.

 

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Moon | Jazira Airways | Saudi Arabia | RUH - Riyadh King Khalid International Airport

 

 

 

 

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ABOUT

 

Jazira Airways was founded on December 2nd, 1995, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and is wholly owned by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia .

It is one of the biggest and luxurious airlines in the Middle East and is one of the biggest National carriers in Saudi Arabia.

It has 3 hubs in the country, namely; Riyadh, Jeddah and Dammam with Medina being a focus city.

 

It's fleet consists of:

Airbus A320-200

Airbus A321-200

Airbus A330-200

Airbus A330-300

Airbus A340-300 

Airbus A340-600 

Airbus A380-800

 

Boeing 737-800

Boeing 737-900ER

Boeing 757-200 (Pax/F)

Boeing 767-300ER (Pax/F)

Boeing 747-400 (Pax/F)

Boeing 747-8I (Pax/F)

Boeing 777-200ER (Pax/F)

Boeing 777-300ER

Boeing 787-9

Boeing 787-10

 

Note that some of the types are being retired and replaced by the new generation.

For example; the 757 will switch to the 737-900ER , 767 & A340's to the Dreamliner and older 747-400's to the 747-8I and A380.

 

The airline has destinations all around the world and also operates charter flights during the Hajj season.

 

Livery

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| bAnderson | Alaouite Moroccan Airlines | Morocco | CMN - MOHAMMED V INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT |

 

I present my entry for the AE Arabic Airline Design Contest.

 

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ABOUT ALAOUITE

Alaouite Moroccan Airlines (Alaouite or AMA are acceptable), based in Casablanca, is Morocco's flag carrier and is state-sponsored. The airline is named after the current ruling dynasty of Morocco, the Alaouite Dynasty, which has been in power since 1666. The airline has been in operation since 1944.

 

Alaouite currently operates a selection of European and South American aircraft. The current fleet consists of:

 

Airbus A319

Airbus A320

Airbus A321

Airbus A330-200

Airbus A330-300

Airbus A350-900

ATR-42

ATR-72

BAe RJ-85

Embraer EMB-120

Embraer E-170

Embraer E-195

 

Alaouite has two hubs, one in Casablanca and one in Marrakesh. Marrakesh serves as a more convenient connection hub for travelers on short flights. Casablanca is a worldwide hub. A majority of Alaouite's flights are to and from Europe but the airline serves Asia, the Middle East, North America, and South America as well. The airline is a member of Unitedwings and operates lounges in Casablanca and Marrakesh.



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CC96, LEBANESE AIRWAYS, LEBANON, BEY

 

Overview:

Lebanese Airways (Arabic: الخطوط الجوية اللبنانية, French: Compagnie Aérienne Libanaise), (IATA: LB, ICAO: LBN, Callsign: LEBANESE), is a major airline based in Beirut, Lebanon. Founded in 1965 as a government-owned charter airline, Lebanese was privatized in the 1980's and has since grown into a major scheduled air carrier with service to over 70 destinations across the Mediterranean region and around the world. The airline is currently undergoing an expansive modernization and is replacing all of its older aircraft with new models, particularly the Boeing 737 MAX and the 787 Dreamliner.

 

Fleet:

ATR 42-500 | 46Y | 3 aircraft

ATR 72-500 | 68Y | 3 aircraft

Boeing 737-800 |16C/132Y | 24 aircraft

Boeing 737 MAX 8 | 16C/132Y | 2 aircraft, 12 orders

Boeing 767-300 | 24C/208Y | 6 aircraft

Boeing 787-8 | 24C/216Y | 4 aircraft, 8 orders

Embraer 170 | 6C/64Y | 4 aircraft

Embraer 190 | 6C/84Y | 4 aircraft

 

 

 

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Noreste, Maghreb Air, Morocco, CMN

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Overview:

Maghreb Air (Arabic: الطيران المغاربي) is a Moroccan full-service airline based in Casablanca. It is Morocco's second-largest carrier, operating flights to 48 domestic and international destinations throughout Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, and the Middle East from its main hub at Mohammed V International Airport. In addition to scheduled services, the airline operates occasional charter flights that include Hajj services.

Code data:

IATA: MG
ICAO: MAG
Callsign: MAGHREB AIR

History:

Maghreb Air was originally established in 1993 as an air charter operator specializing in seasonal, non-scheduled flights between Europe and Morocco. It was Morocco's first privately-owned airline, commencing operations in 1994 using a fleet of two McDonnell Douglas MD-83 aircraft with flights between Casablanca and Lyon. Its foray into scheduled services began in 2000 with the launch of regular flights to former charter destinations. Throughout the 2000s and 2010s, Maghreb Air would continue to grow its network and expand its products and services to better compete against state-owned Royal Air Maroc and attract international flyers.

Short-haul fleet:

Bombardier CRJ900 (90Y)
Boeing 737-700 (8C/120Y)
Boeing 737-800 (12C/148Y)
Boeing 737 MAX 7 (future)
Boeing 737 MAX 8 (future)

Long-haul fleet:

Airbus A330-200 (36C/210Y)
Airbus A330-300 (36C/264Y)
Airbus A350-900 (future)

Logo and livery history:

1993-2010:

 

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2010-present:

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edge - Bahraini - BH/BAH - Bahrain - BAH - Bahrain International Airport
 

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KITTY, RIHLA AIRWAYS, UAE, DXB - Dubai International Airport

 

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Rihla Airways (IATA: RA, ICAO: RLA, Callsign: RIHLA) is a low-cost carrier based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Founded in 2004, the airline operates a fleet of 55 Airbus A320 and A319 aircraft to 51 destinations in the Middle East, India, and Africa. 



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kingoftheskies, Ajniha Airways, Kuwait, KWI - Kuwait City

 

AJ | AJH | AJNIHA

 

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Founded in 1970 by the Government of Kuwait, Ajniha Airways started out with Boeing 737-200 aircraft, flying on short haul routes within the Middle East. Over the years, it has expanded its fleet and network, now flying from Kuwait to over 65 destinations worldwide. Its fleet ranges from the Boeing 737-800, flying within the Middle East, to the Boeing 777-300ER widebody, flying on long haul routes to London, Paris, Bangkok and New York.

 

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Ajniha is Arabic for "wings", the logo features the falcon, also featured on the Emblem of Kuwait, and its wings, representing forward flight, that Ajniha Airways is always moving forward, advancing and expanding over the years.

 

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Ajniha Airways' look is one that is modern, distinctive and unique, strengthening corporate identity and creating a sense of pride within the corporate.

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5280_Av8r, AIR ARABIE, Saudi Arabia, JED

 

IATA: RB    ICAO: ABA Callsign: ARABIA

 

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About AIR ARABIE

 

A Saudi Arabian businessman had studied at University in France. This businessman had always been fascinated by air travel and aircraft. When He returned to Saudi Arabia, he decided that he wanted to start his own airline. He decided to incorporate some of French in his airline hence why he used the french word for Arabian.

 

Our main hub is located at Jeddah’s King Abdulaziz International Airport. From here we serve the Middle East, Africa, Asia, Europe, Australia, and North America. We have a secondary hub at Riyadh’s King Khalid International Airport. From here we serve the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and Europe. We also have a small hub at Dammam’s King Fahd International Airport where we serve the Middle East and parts of Africa and Europe. We also have a focus city at Medina’s Prince Mohammed bin Abdulaziz International Airport where we operate year round flights to the Middle East, Parts of Africa and Asia. We increase our flights and destinations at Medina during the Hajj.

 

Fleet

 

All aircraft feature on demand audio and video, electronic games, and flight tracker in every class. Pillows and Blankets are offered to everyone on flights over six hours. There is one complimentary snack and beverage on all flights less than six hours. There are two complimentary snacks and beverages on all flights greater than six hours. Alcoholic beverages are available for charge on all flights as well as additional snacks. Every passenger is limited to ONE alcoholic beverage per 3 hours. On long-haul flights, economy passengers have two meals to choose from for Dinner or Breakfast depending on their departure and arrival time. Business class passengers receive the same as economy plus extra on demand entertainment, free wifi, and one extra mean option to choose from. First class passengers are welcomed to all of that with even more on demand entertainment plus a complimentary alcoholic beverage. First class is only available on A380 and select 787-9 flights. These destinations include, London, Paris, New York-JFK, Singapore, Hong Kong, Beijing, and Melbourne.

 

Current Fleet:

 

Narrow-body:

26 | 737-700 | 12C/132Y | 0 on order

48 | 737-800 | 12C/147Y | 0 on order

     |               | 16C/135Y |

     |               | 20C/135Y |

5 | 737 MAX 8 | 16C/135Y | 47 on order

 

Wide-body:

34 | 787-9 | 28C/271Y | 14 on order

  18 with | 8F/28C/195Y |

28 | 777-300ER | 42C/316Y | 7 on order | Replacing A340-600 Aircraft

16 | 777-200LR | 42C/217Y | 4 on order

10 | 777-200ER | 35C/270Y | 0 on order

8 | 787-8 | 22C/232Y | 10 on order | Replacing A330-200 Aircraft

14 | A330-300 | 30C/275Y | 0 on order

12 | A380-800 | 8F/48C/461Y | 0 on order

10 | A330-200 | 24C/236Y | 0 on order

5 | A350-900 | 36C/247Y | 20 on order | Replacing A330-300, and 777-200ER Aircraft

7 | A340-600 | 42C/271Y | 0 on order

 

Future Fleet:

0 | 737 MAX 9 | 12C/162Y | 16 on order

0 | 777-8 | TBA | 20 on order | Replace 777-200LR

0 | 777-9 | TBA | 35 on order | Replace 777-300ER

 

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Meaning behind the livery:

Symbols:

The Eagle/Falcon on the tail represents our strength in flight, and our fearlessness in competition.

 

Colors:

The tan color which covers the majority of the fuselage represents the sandy desert of which we are based.

The Green color on the tail and the rear fuselage represents our safety, and ambition.

The golden color on the stripe and in the eagle/falcon represents our optimism, success, and elegance.



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Nahel - Bahrain Airways - BR/BRH - Bahrain - Bahrain international airport BAH
Bahrain Airways 
is a privately owned luxurious airline based in BAH Bahrain international airport 
BH now operates 18 aicrafts with more than 30 others on order. 

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Omanwings (stylised as omanwings) is the flag carrier and largest airline of Oman. Based in Muscat, the airline started flying in 1997, after the nation's previous flag carrier ceased operations. The airline is growing in the Middle East and passengers are attracted to its attractive prices and convenient schedules. Omanwings operates a mixed fleet of Boeing and Airbus aircraft, with the Embraer 175 being used for regional routes. The company will move to an all-Boeing fleet in 2021, when the last A330 is retired in favor of the 787. 

 

The Omawings fleet as of June 2018 consists of:

  • 10 Airbus A330-200s (to be replaced by the 787-8)
  • 5 Airbus A330-300s (to be replaced by the 787-9)
  • 35 Boeing 737-800s (15 aircraft to be replaced by the 737 MAX 9)
  • 1 737 MAX 9 (29 more on order, to replace 15 737-800s)
  • 3 787-8s (12 more on order, to replace the A330-200)
  • 2 787-9s (8 more on order, to replace the A330-300)
  • 10 Embraer 175s (to be replaced by the CS100)

The airline also has 15 Bombardier CS100s on order, to be delivered between 2019 and 2021. These aircraft will be used for lower-demand routes and will replace the 10 Embraer 175s in the airline's fleet.


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rustupid2, ALTAIRA, UAE, SHJ (Sharjah International Airport)

 

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About ALTAIRA

 

Translating to "bird," ALTAIRA is a low-cost carrier based out of Sharjah International Airport (SHJ) in the United Arab Emirates. With close proximity to Dubai, we offer a more affordable alternative to the luxury carriers operating throughout the United Arab Emirates and the Persian Gulf area. ALTAIRA began operations in 2004, and has become particularly successful considering the competitive nature of the routes which it serves.

 

Fleet

 

ALTAIRA currently operates a fleet of 42 Boeing 737-800 aircraft. By using this aircraft alone, it allows ALTAIRA to keep maintenance costs low, to ensure low fares for all of our passengers. Nevertheless, ALTAIRA has recently placed an order for 5 Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft, with the intention to increase this order in the near future, to modernise the current fleet.

 

Destinations

 

Whilst the majority of ALTAIRA's destinations can be found within the Persian Gulf, North Africa, and other parts of Asia, there has been a rising demand for low-cost flights to and from Europe. Therefore, as of 2018, ALTAIRA currently serves these European destinations:

 

Azerbaijan - GYD - Baku Heydar Aliyev

Belgium - BRU - Brussels

Bosnia & Herzegovina - SJJ - Sarajevo

Denmark - CPH - Copenhagen

France - CDG - Paris Charles de Gaulle

France - LYS - Lyon-Saint-Exupéry

Germany - FRA - Frankfurt

Germany - MUC - Munich

Germany - TXL - Berlin Tegel

Greece - ATH - Athens
Ireland - DUB - Dublin

Italy - FCO - Rome Fiumicino

Netherlands - AMS - Amsterdam Schiphol

Russia - DME - Moscow Domodedovo

Spain - MAD - Madrid Barajas

Spain - BCN - Barcelona-El Prat

Spain - PMI - Palme de Mallorca

Sweden - ARN - Stockholm Arlanda

United Kingdom - LGW - London Gatwick

United Kingdom - MAN - Manchester 

 

Design

 

Since it began operations, ALTAIRA has continued to be a bright and modern airline. Although the United Arab Emirates and the emirate of Sharjah are full of exciting history and culture, ALTAIRA has recognised that there is a unique market beyond luxury carriers, and part of filling that market involves creating a brand which is recognisable and memorable. The current design, used since 2011, can be seen below. This design is featured on all of our current 737-800 aircraft and will continue to be painted onto our incoming 737 MAX 8 aircraft.

 

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