Makau Cargo is a modern cargo airline based in Honolulu and serving the Hawaiian island chain from the Mainland US, Canada, and Southeast Asia. It's fleet consists of 6 Airbus A300-600F, and 4 Boeing 777F freighters.
"Makau" is symbolic in Hawaii as meaning "safe passage over water" and the fish hook is a symbol of the world as well. The fish hook is highlighted on the engine cowls, and the palm tree motif on the tail.
Featured here is an A300-600F, serving Honolulu to Los Angeles and Vancouver, bringing Hawaiian goods to the west coast, and vice versa.
Algiers Cargo is a private cargo company serving Algiers and Northern Africa; it's aircraft are no longer allowed in the EU. The 1990s livery soldiers on, and needs a good coat of paint; if you look closely some parts need more paint than others.... The fleet consists of 1 B707-320C, one B727-200F and two Convair 580s.
How it stays in business is anyone's guess, but theories abound...
(This should nicely offset all these pretty, spotless airplanes in this contest! )