Gallery: QantasLink A220 new Flying Art livery

Qantas is showing off a new livery that will appear on one of the 29 new Airbus A220 it is rolling out on QantasLink domestic routes.

This aircraft is set to arrive in Australia by the end of the year. The A220 is replacing the Boeing 717s currently used on longer-haul QantasLink routes (think Cairns-Alice Springs or Melbourne-Canberra, which is the route this plane will initially fly).

Who designed the artwork?

The latest Flying Art Series livery features the artwork of senior Pitjantjatjara artist Maringka Baker and tells the Dreaming story of two sisters who traverse remote Australia together, covering vast distances to find their way home. The aircraft is named after the artwork Minyma Kutjara Tjukurpa – The Two Sisters Creation Story.

Looking good! Now I just have to start taking more regional flights that aren’t on Dash 8s . . .

For more photos of and inside planes, check out Virgin’s recent Halloween flight and more aviation galleries.

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