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Photo: First Air New Zealand Link Q300 repainted

written by australianaviation.com.au | August 26, 2014
Air Nelson Q300 ZK-NEQ. (Andrew Aley)
Air Nelson Q300 ZK-NEQ at Auckland. (Andrew Aley)

The first Air New Zealand Link Bombardier Dash 8 Q300 has been repainted in Air New Zealand’s new corporate colours. ZK-NEQ is the first of 23 Q300s operated by Air New Zealand’s fully-owned Air Nelson regional subsidiary to be repainted in the new black and white colours.

3 Comments

  • Peter Knispel

    says:

    It is certainly a striking paint job. It would appear, at the moment, Air New Zealand’s corporate re-branding is very impressive.

  • Glen

    says:

    It sure does look good . Its funny how hardly anyone notices Qantas when they repaint there aircraft as its so hard to notice the diffrence between the new and the old paint job. Just shows a real lack of marketing skills there

  • Stu Bee

    says:

    @ Glen – I think the problem with the new Qantas livery is the fact that it has taken over 6 years to re paint some, not all, of their fleet…

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Photo: First Air New Zealand Link Q300 repainted

written by australianaviation.com.au | August 26, 2014
Air Nelson Q300 ZK-NEQ. (Andrew Aley)
Air Nelson Q300 ZK-NEQ at Auckland. (Andrew Aley)

The first Air New Zealand Link Bombardier Dash 8 Q300 has been repainted in Air New Zealand’s new corporate colours. ZK-NEQ is the first of 23 Q300s operated by Air New Zealand’s fully-owned Air Nelson regional subsidiary to be repainted in the new black and white colours.

3 Comments

  • Peter Knispel

    says:

    It is certainly a striking paint job. It would appear, at the moment, Air New Zealand’s corporate re-branding is very impressive.

  • Glen

    says:

    It sure does look good . Its funny how hardly anyone notices Qantas when they repaint there aircraft as its so hard to notice the diffrence between the new and the old paint job. Just shows a real lack of marketing skills there

  • Stu Bee

    says:

    @ Glen – I think the problem with the new Qantas livery is the fact that it has taken over 6 years to re paint some, not all, of their fleet…

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Photo: First Air New Zealand Link Q300 repainted

written by australianaviation.com.au | August 26, 2014
Air Nelson Q300 ZK-NEQ. (Andrew Aley)
Air Nelson Q300 ZK-NEQ at Auckland. (Andrew Aley)

The first Air New Zealand Link Bombardier Dash 8 Q300 has been repainted in Air New Zealand’s new corporate colours. ZK-NEQ is the first of 23 Q300s operated by Air New Zealand’s fully-owned Air Nelson regional subsidiary to be repainted in the new black and white colours.

3 Comments

  • Peter Knispel

    says:

    It is certainly a striking paint job. It would appear, at the moment, Air New Zealand’s corporate re-branding is very impressive.

  • Glen

    says:

    It sure does look good . Its funny how hardly anyone notices Qantas when they repaint there aircraft as its so hard to notice the diffrence between the new and the old paint job. Just shows a real lack of marketing skills there

  • Stu Bee

    says:

    @ Glen – I think the problem with the new Qantas livery is the fact that it has taken over 6 years to re paint some, not all, of their fleet…

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Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

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