Russian carrier Red Wings has taken delivery of its first Airbus A321 in the airline’s new revised livery.
The 220-seat A321, which has an all-economy layout, arrived at Moscow Domodedovo on 18 April after being painted in Montpellier.
Red Wings said the A321, a 2006 airframe is one of four that will be introduced during the year to upgrade the carrier’s fleet.
“The new corporate identity is a reflection on out internal changes,” says Evgeny Klyucharyov, highlighting on-board service improvements and adjustments to increase business efficiency.
Russian bureau Duck Design developed the revised scheme which features a red logo, resembling a simplified pair of wings, which is replicated in white with the carrier’s name on a red vertical fin.
Red Wings revealed that the logo is a “logical continuation” of the earlier one, but more “dynamic and modern”.
Partner operator Nordavia has also recently undergone a rebrand under the Smartavia name, also featuring a new livery.