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Pictures: SAS releases images of the first aircraft with new corporate livery

Toulouse, France - Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has released images of the first aircraft painted with the new corporate livery.

It is a brand new Airbus A350-900, which will soon be delivered to the Scandinavian carrier by the European aircraft manufacturer.

The new color scheme, which was presented with a special event last week, is characterized by a huge silver SAS logo.

Also read: Scandinavian Airlines reveals its new corporate livery

The engine nacelles are no longer red, and the blue of the tail is extended to the rear of the hull.

SAS has ordered eight A350-900 in total. They will all be painted with the airline's new colors before delivery like the operator's remaining A320neos waiting to be delivered.

The existing planes in the fleet will be painted during the checks when available.

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