Eurowings dedicates Special Livery to its own employees

Eurowings tail fins at Salzburg Airport (Photo: Salzburg Airport Presse).
Eurowings tail fins at Salzburg Airport (Photo: Salzburg Airport Presse).

Eurowings dedicates Special Livery to its own employees

Eurowings tail fins at Salzburg Airport (Photo: Salzburg Airport Presse).
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From February 2021, Eurowings will be in the air with a special livery dedicated to employees. According to the announcement, the aim is to highlight the commitment of pilots, flight attendants and ground workers.

The Airbus A320 with the registration D-AIZS will in future symbolically advertise “the best team in the world”. For the laudation, Eurowings lets D-AIZS speak in person: “What drives me?” Is written in huge letters on the fuselage of the aircraft - and underneath: “The best team in the world.” The German airline is sending it in two languages German on one side, English on the other - a widely visible signal for team play in times of crisis.

The new Special Livery (graphic: Eurowings).

“Hardly any other industry has been hit as hard by the pandemic as aviation and tourism. Whether flight attendants, pilots or employees on the ground - none of them have been able to do their job in the usual way for months. We owe the fact that Eurowings guests were able to take off at all this year to the passionate commitment and high flexibility of all our employees. It is a remarkable team spirit that drives us again and again at Eurowings and makes us stand up for each other in difficult times. That is why we would like to say thank you in an extraordinary way in an extraordinary way: With a team plane for the entire team, ”says company boss Jens Bischof.

The “Eurowings Teamflieger” is to receive its special bilingual paint job in the first quarter of 2021 as part of a maintenance visit and then be stationed on a rolling basis at the Eurowings bases in Düsseldorf, Cologne / Bonn, Hamburg, Stuttgart, Mallorca, Vienna, Salzburg and Pristina.

The new Special Livery (graphic: Eurowings).

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