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Pictures: Air Baltic's New Airbus A220 Liveries Honor Flags of Baltic States

Aug. 09, 2019
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Pictures: Air Baltic's New Airbus A220 Liveries Honor Flags of Baltic States
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Air Baltic has completed the third in a series of special liveries for its Airbus A220 aircraft. Each new design is based on the flag of a Baltic country.

The newest livery carries the yellow, green and red of the Lithuanian flag in an appropriately wavy design along the plane's fuselage. The airplane, dubbed Vilnius, is named after the Lithuanian capital city. Conveniently, passengers hoping to see Vilnius (the plane) have the best shot at doing so in Vilnius (the city), where the carrier says the plane is currently stationed.

There are two planes with similar liveries in the Air Baltic fleet. One is painted with Latvia's red and white flag and another in Estonia's black, blue and white.

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Air Baltic serves a number of destinations throughout Europe, Asia and the Middle East, so travelers across the Atlantic and beyond have plenty of opportunities to see these special aircraft designs in person.

Featured image by Courtesy of Air Baltic.