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FlyDubai Plasters Special Decal On Engines


To celebrate the UAE's Golden Jubilee (50th Anniversary), Dubai-based low cost carrier, FlyDubai has plastered a special decal on a select few of their 737 MAX 8 aircraft. They also performed some interesting fly-bys and formation flights

Image: © FlyDubai

According to the airline, The new design feature is inspired by the flydubai logo, while the circle breaks into colourful triangles which symbolise the celebration of this important milestone. flydubai's two primary colours are incorporated in the design with the colour orange representing the sun and sand in the desert and the colour blue the sky and sea reflecting Dubai's landscape and coastline.

Alongside this, FlyDubai has also launched a dedicated website asking citizens and residents to celebrate and share their most memorable experiences and moments in the UAE. Those who participate will have the opportunity to win one of 10 pairs of return Economy Class tickets to fly anywhere on the flydubai network.

Ghaith Al Ghaith, Chief Executive Officer at flydubai, commented on the launch of the website: "I am incredibly proud of the achievements that the nation has made over the past 50 years. These achievements would not be possible without the vision and leadership of the UAE and flydubai has always been committed to contributing to its success. I am excited to see the wonderful memories, moments and experiences that will be shared on the website in what is a very special year for us all."

What is FlyDubai?

From its home in Dubai, flydubai has created a network of more than 90 destinations served by a fleet of 54 aircraft. Since commencing operations in June 2009, flydubai has been committed to removing barriers to travel, creating free flows of trade and tourism and enhancing connectivity between different cultures across its ever-expanding network.

Image: © FlyDubai

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