The first of the three A380 aircraft All Nippon Airways ordered is configured in a blue colour scheme representing the Hawaiian green sea turtle “Honu;” the second will be green in colour and the third orange
The A380 provides an efficient solution to meeting growth on the world’s most heavily travelled routes – including those operated by ANA – carrying more passengers with fewer flights at lower cost and emissions
Representations of sea turtles that are native to Hawaii will be painted on the three All Nippon Airways A380 aircraft, highlighting the need for environmental protection and underscoring the airline’s use of its very large Airbus jetliners on flights between Japan and Hawaii
All Nippon Airways’ A380 livery is among the most elaborate ever painted by Airbus; 16 different shades of colour were used in covering the no. 1 aircraft’s surface of 3,600 sq. metres with a distinctive Hawaiian green sea turtle livery
The design representing a Hawaiian green sea turtle – a symbol of good luck and prosperity in Hawaii – was selected from submissions received in a competition organised by All Nippon Airways for the livery on its fleet of A380 jetliners
The first of the three A380s ordered by Japan’s All Nippon Airways was delivered to the airline in a special ceremony at the Airbus delivery centre, located adjacent to France’s Toulouse-Blagnac Airport, on 20 March 2019
The first of three A380s ordered by Japan’s All Nippon Airways was delivered to this Japanese carrier on 20 March 2019 during a ceremony at the Airbus delivery centre, located adjacent to France’s Toulouse-Blagnac Airport
Top executives attending the special delivery ceremony of All Nippon Airways’ initial A380 included (from centre left to right): Chris Cholerton, Rolls-Royce President for Civil Aerospace; Shinya Katanozaka, President and CEO, ANA HOLDINGS INC.; and Tom Enders, Airbus Chief Executive Officer
Tom Enders, Airbus CEO; Shinya Katanozaka, President and CEO of ANA HOLDINGS INC.; and Chris Cholerton, Rolls-Royce President for Civil Aerospace; joined by a member of All Nippon Airways’ cabin crew (from right to left) participated in the delivery ceremony for the first of the carrier’s three A380s
Present at the Airbus A380 delivery ceremony to All Nippon Airways – in addition to members of the airline’s cabin crew – were (from left to right): Tom Enders, Airbus Chief Executive Officer; Shinya Katanozaka, President and CEO, ANA HOLDINGS INC.; Chris Cholerton, President, Rolls-Royce for Civil Aerospace
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