Air Canada Debuts New Uniforms and Livery

By Jesse Sokolow on 9 February 2017
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DSC_0990Air Canada debuted new livery for its fleet, as well as new uniforms for its employees.

The airline’s aircraft will be repainted in a black and white design, which the carrier says will highlight the red maple leaf on the tail of the planes. The tail, minus the maple leaf, and the underbelly of the planes will be black, while the main body of the aircraft will be painted white.

All of Air Canada’s 300 mainline and regional aircraft will be repainted with the new design. The carrier debuted three aircraft with the new designs on Thursday, which the airline said it will immediately put into service.

The airline’s new employee uniforms are charcoal grey and black, with red accents.

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