This week's updates are here:
This is by far one of my favourite liveries to exist: Alsie Express, a Danish company that offers regional flights. Their all-black livery may not be as fuel-efficient as white paint, but it sure looks stylish!
It may seem like this is enough of the new Air Canada livery, but the MAX8 just looks wonderful with the new livery on it.
Sadly, China Airlines retired their last A340-300 earlier this week, after only 16 years of service. All but one have now been stored, and will most likely never fly again.
One of my favourite airlines of the past is Canadian Airlines, which lost its battle to Air Canada.
This is apparently one of my friend's most favourite aircraft: the "wavy gravy" 767-200.
Norwegian airlines just started flights from EDI to PVD, SWF, and BDL. In celebration: here's a 737-8MAX which is soon to be delivered to D8.
Next up, a FedEx Express DC-10-30F. Come on Laura, this is what we need in IF!
The Singapore A340-500, once the longest-range aircraft in the world. SQ used it to fly the world's longest flight from SIN-EWR, which sadly no longer exists.
One of the most interesting aircraft to come from Russia is the IL-96-300. Now no longer in service, this was one of the coolest part of the Aeroflot fleet and something avgeeks the world over wanted to fly on.
Southwest Airlines is one of the US' most loved carriers. Why not have it expand, using 767-300s as a temporary start on long-haul like WS?
With Tropicana Air coming to fruition in Fall_Etto's liveries, why not have them start their own cargo carrier based on the company Tropicana? This put a whole new meaning to "freshly-squeezed" orange juice.
United is known for their "Stars and Bars" retro livery on an A320. Why not have another retro A320, with a Saul Bass livery on it instead?
Once again, your suggestions for new liveries to come next week are much appreciated. Be sure to let me know what you as a community would like to see next. And yes, that TWA livery is coming.