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Air India is Decorating its Boeing B-777

Issue 2 - 2019
Air India is Decorating its Boeing B-777

National carrier Air India (AI) is all set to celebrate World Tourism Day which is on September 27. To celebrate the day with the theme of `Celebrating India,’ Air India has decorated its Boeing B-777 with India`s World Heritage photos.

Mesmerizing pictures of India`s historical monuments and wildlife have been used to decorate one of Air India`s Boeing B-777 aircraft. The aircraft got its makeover at AI, Maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO), Nagpur in Maharashtra.

The aim of this is to spread information about India`s historical monuments, wildlife and culture to the world. This is the first time that any aircraft in India has used these gigantic pictures on an aircraft.

Air India has a traditional culture to give a name to every aircraft, and interestingly the above mentioned Boeing B-777 is known as the Jammu and Kashmir aircraft.

Logo Sky completed the decoration of the Air India Boeing 777-337 -ER with 2 Logo Sky personnel in 1 day at Air India’s Nagbur, India hangar. Logo Sky, which has been manufacturing and applying plate and livery to many points around the world for more than 25 years, continues its activities in the Asia region as well.


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