Airbus Reveals The Winning Livery Design For A350F Freighter

Airbus has officially shown the winning livery for the A350F freighter at the Paris Air Show. The design was created by two brothers from the Netherlands, Quinnten and Ellisten Iversen. Their design features a "packaging boxes" motif that is meant to emphasize the aircraft's potential advantages for international air freight companies and airlines.


Another winning design was created by John Feehan, a graphic designer from Dublin, Ireland. Feehan's design features a more traditional look, with a blue and white color scheme.


The first A350F will be painted with the winning livery by the end of 2024. The competition winners will be invited to witness their designs come to life and will also receive a private factory tour and a limited-edition scale model of the aircraft.


The A350F is a next-generation freighter that is designed to be more sustainable than current in-service freighters. It is expected to have a higher range and capacity, while also reducing fuel consumption and carbon emissions by up to 40%.

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