Jump to content

Photo

[RESULTS ANNOUNCED] 2021 East Asia Design Challenge


  • Please log in to reply
21 replies to this topic

#1
Boeing 707

Boeing 707

    sevenohseven

  • Member
  • 365 posts

brief.png

water-animation.gif

____________________

 

1. Main page of the 2020 East Asia Design Challenge

2. General tips from the 2020 East Asia Design Challenge



#2
Airlines33

Airlines33

    Landor Lover

  • Member
  • 83 posts

Hana Airlines | Japan
IATA: HN | ICAO: HNA | CALLSIGN: BLOSSOM 
 

Hana 787 9 JA076A

hana logo


 

Hana Airlines [Japanese: ハナ航空] is a Japanese airline with its head office in Ota City, Tokyo Prefecture. Originally founded as the Kanto Air Service in 1935, it is Japan's oldest airline. After World War II, and during Japan’s economic miracle in the 1960s, Hana rapidly grew, serving its first trans-Pacific flight from Tokyo to Washington DC via Anchorage on 1962-02-16, using a leased DC-8. Hana saw a major fleet transformation in the late 1990s. Looking to expand into the low-cost market and compete with the likes of Scoot, AirAsia, Peach and Cebu Pacific, Hana opened its low cost subsidiary, Jinsoku, in 2015. Hana serves many routes from its main hub at Tokyo Haneda Airport. The aircraft shown, JA076A, was Hana's first aircraft in the new livery , delivered on 27 September 2015. Hana uses its newer widebody aircraft to serve various international destinations on every corner of the world.
 
Hana mainly competes with Nihon Air System and All Japan Airlines on long haul routes, however it also competes with other East Asian legacy airlines such as Daehan Air or Hanjin Airlines to attract customers to connect via Japan and it’s flagship Tokyo Haneda hub rather than connecting via cities such as Seoul or Beijing. Hana’s regional subsidiary, Nippon Regional, mainly focuses on routes with less demand (etc Sendai to Fukuoka) and as such does not compete with many other airlines.
 
Fleet as of 2021-08-07, including all airlines in the Hana Group
Airbus:
- 60 A321XLRs, 25 Hana, 35 Jinsoku  (On Order, first delivery 2023) 
- 18 A330-200s, 18 Hana
- 36 A330-300, 30 Hana, 6 Jinsoku
- 15 A380-800, 15 Hana
 
Bombardier:
- 17 Dash 8-400, 17 Nippon Regional. To be phased out by 2024 and replaced with MRJ70
 
Boeing:
- 15 737-700 - 10 Nippon Regional, 5 Jinsoku. To be phased out by 2026
- 56 737-800 - 31 Hana, 20 Jinsoku, 5 Nippon Regional. To be phased out by 2026 and replaced with 737 MAX, A321XLR
- 43 737-900 - 21 Hana, 22 Jinsoku. To be phased out by 2026 and replaced with 737 MAX, A321XLR
- 12 757-200 - 12 Jinsoku (Formerly Hana) Currently being phased out, all gone by 2023 and replaced with larger MAX aircraft
- 15 747-8I - 15 Hana
- 39 777-200ER - 39 Hana
- 29 777-300ER - 29 Hana

- 35 777-8 - 35 Hana (On order, first delivery in 2025)
- 40 777-9 - 40 Hana (On order, first delivery in 2024)
- 35 787-9 - 30 Hana, 5 Jinsoku
- 21 787-10 - 21 Hana
- 45 737 MAX 8 - 20 Hana, 20 Jinsoku, 5 Nippon Regional (14 already delivered, 31 on order)
- 55 737 MAX 9 - 30 Hana, 25 Jinsoku(2 already delivered, 53 on order)
- 30 737 MAX 10 - 5 Hana, 25 Jinsoku (launch customer, first delivery 2023)
 
Embraer:
- 35 ERJ-175 - 30 Nippon Regional, 5 Jinsoku - To be phased out once MRJ delivery begins
- 30 ERJ-195 - 30 Nippon Regional - To be phased out once MRJ delivery begins 
 
Mitsubishi:
- 45 MRJ70 - 40 Nippon Regional, 5 Hana (launch customer, delivery date unknown)
- 50 MRJ90 - 40 Nippon Regional, 10 Jinsoku (launch customer, delivery date unknown)
 
Cargo:
- 30 747-8F - 30 Hana CARGO
- 21 767-300F - 21 Hana CARGO - Formerly Hana aircraft, converted to freighters in years 2014-2021.
- 17 757-200F - 17 Hana CARGO - Formerly Hana aircraft, currently being converted since year 2016.
- 14 747-400F - 14 Hana CARGO (4 on lease to UPS) - Formerly Hana aircraft, converted to freighters in years 2008-2017.
———————————————————————————————————
Other Airlines in the Hana Group
Jinsoku, Nippon Regional, Hana CARGO
 
Jinsoku: Jinsoku was formed in 2015 to combat ultra-low cost carriers in the Asia-Pacific region such as Scoot, AirAsia, Peach and Cebu Pacific. What differs Jinsoku from these airlines is that, while keeping its low cost prices, can offer a much more pleasant product than its competition, with much wider seats and an average 40% more legroom than other LCCs in the region. Bases include Tokyo Narita and Osaka-Itami. Jinsoku’s competition includes Koreana and Dojo Air
 
Nippon Regional: Nippon Regional was broken off from Hana in 1989 to allow it to focus on providing the best service for customers wishing to travel within Japan. Bases include Naha, Fukuoka, Sendai, Sapporo, and Kobe. Nippon Regional mainly operates Q400s and smaller E-jets, however it does have some 737 aircraft transferred from Hana.
 
 
Template: Med
 
(The image shown here is small for some reason, however if you click on it it will show its actual size)



#3
Boeing 707

Boeing 707

    sevenohseven

  • Member
  • 365 posts

update.png

water-animation.gif



#4
Avelo

Avelo

    ae4ever

  • Member
  • 1,327 posts

User's Awards

4    2   

Daehan Air | South Korea

IATA: DH | ICAO: DHA | Callsign: DAEHAN AIR

 

InksalN.png

 

S2en8L6.png

 

RRABrzF.png

 

iCZTuD0.png

 

 

Daehan Air Co., Ltd. (Korean: 대한항공), formerly known as Daehan Airlines, is the flag carrier of South Korea and the country's largest airline by fleet size and number of destinations served. Though the present-day company was first established in 1962 as a state-owned entity, its origins date back to 1946 when it operated as a private company flying domestic and regional Asian services under the name Korea Civil Aviation (KCA). After its acquisition by the Hyundai Group in 1969, the company underwent a period of rapid expansion that propelled it to becoming one of most dominant airlines in the region, an attribute fuelled in part by South Korea's massive economic expansion between the 1970s and 1990s. Together with its freighter division Daehan Cargo, Daehan Air now serves a total of 139 destinations in 44 countries with most flights originating from its primary hub at Seoul's Incheon International Airport.

 

Fleet as of May 2021

 

Passenger fleet: 10x Airbus A220-300, 30x Airbus A321neo*, 8x Airbus A330-200, 22x Airbus A330-300,10x Airbus A380-800, 4x Boeing 737-800, 12x Boeing 737-900, 6x Boeing 737-900ER, 30x Boeing 737 MAX 8, 9x Boeing 747-8I, 12x Boeing 777-200ER, 26x Boeing 777-300ER, 10x Boeing 787-9 (+10 orders), 20x Boeing 787-10*

 

Cargo fleet: 4x Boeing 747-400ERF, 7x Boeing 747-8F, 12x Boeing 777F

 

*future aircraft orders



#5
Antonio27

Antonio27

    AE Addict To-Be

  • Member
  • 17 posts

Koreana | South Korea

 

IATA: KO | IACO: KRN | Callsign: KOREANA AIRLINE

 

Koreana is a low cost carrier based at Seoul Incheon Airport and its secondary hub at Seoul Gimpo. The airline started operations in 2001 when the country's government decided to create a new low cost carrier of South Korea after Daehan Air, Hanjin Airlines and Hangang Airlines. The airline operates to 84 destinations from its Seoul Incheon hub and 25 destinations from its Seoul Gimpo hub.

 

Koreana 코리아나 A380
 

Aircraft fleet

 

Passenger

 

15 Boeing 737-800

 

8 Boeing 787-800

 

30 Airbus A320-200

 

18 Airbus A321-200

 

6 Airbus A319

 

9 Boeing 737-900

 

7 Boeing 747-8

 

8 Airbus A380

 

10 Boeing 777-200

 

5 Boeing 777-200ER

 

11 Boeing 777-300ER

 

7 Boeing 777-300

 

Cargo

 

6 Boeing 777F

 

12 Boeing 747-400F

 

4 Boeing 747-8 Freight



#6
Brazilianguy

Brazilianguy

    Fictional Airlines

  • Member
  • 7 posts

TAIWANAIR | TAIWAN

IATA: TW | ICAO: TAI | Indicativo de chamada: TAIWAN AIR

 

TAIWANAIR (em chinês 台湾 航空 "  Táiwān hángkōng  "), é a principal companhia aérea da República de Taiwan.


Fundada em 1951, é uma das companhias aéreas mais antigas da China e do mundo.

Possui uma frota de 218 aeronaves, voando para mais de 200 destinos na Ásia, Oceania, Europa, América do Norte e África.

 

Attached File  TAIWANAIR-(PNG).png   79.95KB   3 downloads

Attached File  TAIWANAIR-(JPG).png   106.9KB   1 downloads

Attached File  TAIWANAIR-(POSTER-BRANCO).png   141.29KB   2 downloads

Attached File  TAIWANAIR-(POSTER-AZUL).png   138.73KB   1 downloads

Attached File  TAIWANAIR-(777F).png   118.69KB   2 downloads

Attached File  TAIWANAIR-(PROPAGANDA).png   1.27MB   2 downloads

Attached File  TAIWANAIR-(PASSAGEM).jpg   46.73KB   1 downloads

 

Frota em julho de 2021


- 15 Airbus A319-132

- 40 Airbus A320-200

- 28 Airbus A321-200

- 20 Airbus A330-300

- 9 Airbus A340-500

- 3 Airbus A340-600

- 10 Airbus A350-900

- 7 Airbus A380-800

- 13 ATR 72-500

- 26 Boeing 747-400F

15  Boeing 777-200F

- 11 Boeing 777-300

- 16 Boeing 787-800

- 5 Boeing 787-900



#7
Makka

Makka

    aeroplame

  • Member
  • 26 posts

User's Awards

     

BAYLINK AIRLINES LTD. | 大灣快線航空有限公司

Hong Kong S.A.R. of the People's Republic of China

 

IATA: 8B | ICAO: 8BK | CALLSIGN: BAYLINK

 

Founded in 1991, Baylink Airlines (branded as BAYLINK) operates a fleet of Sikorsky and Airbus helicopters on hops around the Pearl River Delta, catering to the rich and famous that wish to travel to the gambling hub of Macau as well as providing fast and quick transport between the financial and tech hubs of South China. 

 

In 2020, Baylink announced an order for up to twelve eVTOL aircraft from UK-based startup Vertical.


The logo of this brand, inspired by the rotors of a helicopter in flight, is the basis of much of the branding. I was inspired by the real-world helicopter airlines in my home city Hong Kong Sky Shuttle and Heliservices, which provide fast yet extremely costly travel in the Greater Bay Area.

Baylink.pngapp_baylink.png


Nope, no signature here.


#8
planeboy0411

planeboy0411

    AE Addict To-Be

  • Member
  • 10 posts
 
 
gallery_225422_3741_25586520.png
Screen_Shot_2021-08-02_at_7.30.49_PM.png
unknown.png
 

Hanjin Airlines is the largest airline in the Republic of Korea (total fleet inc. subsidiaries, cargo and passengers served), and also serves as its flag carrier airline. It was founded in 1955 as Hanil Air Transport by an ex-Republic of Korea Air Force officer with a fleet of two Curtiss C-46s who primarily used them for private charters. Wanting to open up the economy after the catastrophic Korean War, the Korean government found it in its best interest to establish an international airline. After buying Hanil Air Transport, the Korean state built up the airline into the airline we know of today, a regional leader in fleet modernization, punctuality and cleanliness, consistently ranked as one of the best airlines in the world. Hanjin Airlines is also a founding member of the XXXXXXX Alliance, and it has been a member of it since.

 

Hanjin Airlines (including Hanjin Airlines Cargo and Seasonal Charters) bridges South Korea to the world, and vice versa, connecting the nation's capital, Seoul, to over 160 destinations in 50 countries on six continents. Apart from their main hub at Seoul-Incheon International Airport, the airline also Busan-Gimhae and Jeju International Airport as focus cities. The airline operates a large fleet of mixed Airbus and Boeing aircraft for passenger and cargo operations.

 

2021

​----------​----------​----------​----------​----------

Passenger Fleet (+ indicates future orders)

한진항공

Airbus A320-214 ​x 10한진항공

Airbus A321-271neo x 10 + 25

Airbus A330-223 x 5한진항공

Airbus A330-323 x 25

Airbus A350-941 x 10한진항공

Airbus A380-861 x 8

한진항공

 

한진항공

한진항공

Boeing 747-8B9 x 8

Boeing 777-2B9ER x 10

Boeing 777-3B9 x 7

Boeing 777-3B9ER x 25

Boeing 777-9B9X + 10

Boeing 787-9B9 x 10

 

​----------

 

 

 

Cargo Fleet

 

 

 

 

 

 

Airbus A330-223F x 5

 

 

 

Boeing 747-4B9F x 5
Boeing 747-4B9BCF x 4

Boeing 747-8B9F x 10

Boeing 777-2B9F x 20



#9
ThePessimist

ThePessimist

    Professional Cheapskate

  • Member
  • 57 posts

User's Awards

2    2      

Nihon Air System | Japan

IATA: NS | ICAO: NAS | Callsign: KOIFISH

Nihon 773 2014 - Present

Nihon Air System (stylized as Nihon) is the premier international carrier of the Japanese Isles. It operates a majority widebody fleet and is particularly strong in the Transpacific sector. It was founded by government decree in 1955. It was entirely state owned for the first 3 years of existence and operated a small turboprop network on a largely domestic and regional network. That changed with the sale of a minority stake in the carrier to a large American airline which lead to rapid fleet growth and the introduction of transpacific flights through Guam and later Honolulu. The parternership has lasted until the present day and the co-operation between Nihon and its American co-owner informs its largely transpacific route structure.


uw-sig1.png
Untitled.png

Himmelbahn-Tail.png


#10
Red Panda220

Red Panda220

    Panda Member

  • Member
  • 10 posts

User's Awards

2       2   

All Japan Airways | Japan

IATA: JY | ICAO: AJA | CALLSIGN: ALL JAPAN

 

All Japan Airways is one of the major airlines of Japan. All Japan Airways was founded as a privately owned company in 1969, to compete with Hana Airlines and Nihon Air System in the growing market. Starting out with a small fleet of Boeing 737-200s, All Japan Airways grew rapidly with Japan's economic miracle. Nowadays, All Japan Airways is a part of the three major Japanese Airlines along with Hana Airlines and Nihon Air System. It has hubs at Tokyo Haneda, Tokyo Narita, and Osaka Kansai International airports.

 

Fleet: All Japan Airways has been known for being a big fan of Boeing, having operated every single family of Boeing's jet aircraft, but it also operates some Airbus aircraft too. It has also recently placed a major order for Mitsubishi SpaceJets. In 2019, before major retirements, This was All Japan Airway's fleet. 

 

  • 14 A320NEO (21 on order)
  • 21 A321NEO (19 on order)
  • 87 B737-800 (retiring 2026, to be replaced by A320NEO, converted into freighters and transferred to AJA Cargo)
  • 40 B747-400 (retired 2020, replaced by B777-300ER, converted into freighters and transferred to AJA Cargo)
  • 8 B747-400D (retired 2020, replaced by B787-10)
  • 9 B747-8i
  • 60 B767-300ER (retired 2020, replaced by B787-8, converted into freighters and transferred to AJA Cargo)
  • 8 B777-200 (retired 2020, replaced by B787-9)
  • 16 B777-200ER
  • 12 B777-300 (retired 2020, replaced by B787-10)
  • 38 B777-300ER 
  • 20 B777-9X (on order)
  • 63 B787-8
  • 59 B787-9 (11 on order)
  • 2 B787-10 (19 on order)
  • 47 M90 (on order)

Attached Files



#11
POTKC

POTKC

    AE Know It All

  • Member
  • 194 posts

Dojo Air | Tokyo HND

Japanese LCC operating A320-family aircraft on domestic and international routes, primarily out of Tokyo Haneda.

IMAGE.png



#12
Boeing Flight Simmer

Boeing Flight Simmer

    Boeing Is Better

  • Member
  • 692 posts

Competition_Entry_Title.png

 

Air Hong Kong | IATA: AH | ICAO: AHK | CALLSIGN: CRANE

Air_Hong_Kong_Chicago_Route_Addition.png

 

A Advertisement for Hong Kong to Chicago via Vancouver 

 

EADC.png

 

 

Air Hong Kong is a Hong Kong Based International Airline. Started in 1955 the airline and subsidiaries operate to over 165 Destinations with both Scheduled passenger and Cargo Services. They are renowned for their customer service and punctuality doing the most to provide the best experience for their passengers who include millions of people a year from around the world.

 

As of 2021 their mainline fleet consists of.

 

Airframe - In Operation - On Order-

Boeing 737-800 - 10 - 0 - 

Boeing 737 Max 8 - 4 - 5 - 

Boeing 757-200 - 10 - 0 -

Airbus A330-300 - 50 - 0 -

Airbus A340-600 - 5 - 0 -

Boeing 777-300ER - 50 - 5 - 


Aloft_Banner_BFS.png

Founder__CEO.png


#13
AviatorCJ

AviatorCJ

    I'm not the Chosen One

  • Member
  • 393 posts

Hong Kong Orchid Airways | Hong Kong

IATA: HO | ICAO: HKO | CALLSIGN: Orchid

 

Untitled-3_copy.png

Untitled-2_copy.png

Hong Kong Orchid was founded in 1949 and is the largest and oldest carrier operating in the country today. They have a fleet of 149 total aircraft serving 109 destinations across the globe. Their cargo subsidiary operates a fleet of 23 aircraft serving 37 destinations.

 

Fleet:

Airbus A321 - 7

Airbus A321neo - 0 (20 on order)

Airbus A330-300 - 27

Airbus A350-900 - 14 (16 on order)

Airbus A350-1000 - 5 (15 on order)

Boeing 777-200 - 3

Boeing 777-300ER - 38

Boeing 787-9 - 11 (4 on order)

 

Cargo Fleet:

Boeing 747-400BCF - 6

Boeing 747-8F - 12

Boeing 777-300ERSF - 0 (5 on order)


Aloft_Banner_AviatiorCJ.png


#14
kcinh

kcinh

    AE Addict To-Be

  • Member
  • 20 posts

HANGANG AIRLINES | REPUBLIC OF KOREA(ROK)

IATA: SK | ICAO: HNR | CALLSIGN: HANGANG

 

Founded in 1989, Hangang Airlines(Korean: 한강항공) is a full-service air carrier headquartered in Incheon, South Korea with its only hub in Seoul-Incheon International Airport(ICN). The airline prides itself on its ability to provide passengers with high levels of customer satisfaction on modern, clean airframes, making the airline not only one of the best in the Asia-Pacific region, but in the world overall. Named after the Han River, Hangang Airlines hopes to spread Korean culture and traditions around the world, adding a unique Korean flair to international travel.

 

hangang_banner.png?width=1440&height=178hanganghangong.png



#15
Rigel

Rigel

    The Resident Imbecile

  • Member
  • 81 posts

gpnVNqm.png
Japan National Airlines is a full-service Japanese airline with its headquarters and main hub at Tokyo Narita International Airport. The airline operates a fleet of 194 aircraft to 99 destinations across Asia, Europe, North America and Oceania. JA445J is a 2007-build Boeing 777-300ER, built for and operated by JNA since its introduction, and painted into the current livery in 2013. This aircraft has served a long, reliable and uneventful life alongside its sister ships. The 777-300ER also worked alongside the 787 and A350 fleets to replace the 747-400 fleet, the last one of which left the JNA fleet in late 2019.
 
Rather unsurprisingly, my main inspirations for this were Japan Airlines and ANA, but I also tried quite hard to separate it from those airlines. My initial plan was to avoid using red and/or black altogether, and I was going to use a blue/green colour scheme for the livery. However, I was soon told that I shouldn't do this, and instead went for a red and silver colour scheme. Another one of my main goals was to avoid traditional Japanese symbols for the logo, such as the Japanese crane or the cherry blossom, and I believe I successfully achieved this. 

E44QySS.png


0MzG4wu.jpg


#16
Boeing 707

Boeing 707

    sevenohseven

  • Member
  • 365 posts

submissions_closed.png

water-animation.gif



#17
Boeing 707

Boeing 707

    sevenohseven

  • Member
  • 365 posts

warning.png

water-animation.gif

 

 

public_poll.png



#18
AJ1985

AJ1985

    New Member

  • Member
  • 3 posts

 

Daehan Air | South Korea

IATA: DH | ICAO: DHA | Callsign: DAEHAN AIR

 

InksalN.png

 

GPdL32k.png

 

Z5NBIJF.png

 

BibgnLd.png

 

Daehan Air Co., Ltd. (Korean: 대한항공), formerly known as Daehan Airlines, is the flag carrier of South Korea and the country's largest airline by fleet size and number of destinations served. Though the present-day company was first established in 1962 as a state-owned entity, its origins date back to 1946 when it operated as a private company flying domestic and regional Asian services under the name Korea Civil Aviation (KCA). After its acquisition by the Hyundai Group in 1969, the company underwent a period of rapid expansion that propelled it to becoming one of most dominant airlines in the region, an attribute fuelled in part by South Korea's massive economic expansion between the 1970s and 1990s. Together with its freighter division Daehan Cargo, Daehan Air now serves a total of 139 destinations in 44 countries with most flights originating from its primary hub at Seoul's Incheon International Airport.

 

Fleet as of May 2021

 

Passenger fleet: 10x Airbus A220-300, 30x Airbus A321neo*, 8x Airbus A330-200, 22x Airbus A330-300,10x Airbus A380-800, 4x Boeing 737-800, 12x Boeing 737-900, 6x Boeing 737-900ER, 30x Boeing 737 MAX 8, 9x Boeing 747-8I, 12x Boeing 777-200ER, 26x Boeing 777-300ER, 10x Boeing 787-9 (+10 orders), 20x Boeing 787-10*

 

Cargo fleet: 4x Boeing 747-400ERF, 7x Boeing 747-8F, 12x Boeing 777F

 

*future aircraft orders

 

Hi, I am returning to livery design after a long hiatus....may I ask where you got the template for the phone to create the app screen?



#19
Avelo

Avelo

    ae4ever

  • Member
  • 1,327 posts

User's Awards

4    2   

Hi, I am returning to livery design after a long hiatus....may I ask where you got the template for the phone to create the app screen?

I'll PM you

#20
Brazilianguy

Brazilianguy

    Fictional Airlines

  • Member
  • 7 posts

I'll PM you


Cam you send for me too ?




0 user(s) are reading this topic

0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users