|Company||Larchfield Aerospace & Graphics Ltd.|
Recently in April Larchfield Aerospace & graphics deployed a team of professional installers to Etihad Engineering in Abu Dhabi.
The task was to prepare and install the 2018 year of Zayed liveries onto two aircraft and the chosen aircraft was the Etihad Airways Boeing 777 Cargo plane and the A380.
The promotional livery is part of a number of remembrance projects in honour of HH Sheikh Theyab bin Mohamed bin Zayed and to celebrate themes of wisdom, respect, sustainability and human development.
See the Twitter article here: https://twitter.com/EtihadAirways/status/990836802293551105
The design was undertaken by Etihad and given to Larchfiled Aerospace to produce and print using 3M high performance approved aircraft vinyl. All of the printed design was completed in-house at our head office and production line before being shipped out to Abu Dhabi for installation.
When we first found out about the design we were really excited, these liveries were technically challenging and pushed the boundaries and opened the door to lots of new possibilities when it comes to using vinyl materials.
Our professional installers took just 6 days in total to install the livery on the 777 and A380 keeping within the tight AOG deadline. Had Etihad chose to paint the aircraft it would have taken considerably longer.
The fact that Etihad chose 3M vinyl also means that the livery can be easily removed at the end of 2018 without any damage to the aircraft or repainting needed, once again saving more time and money.
Promotional aircraft livery using 3M vinyl is ideal for short-term projects or indeed wet lease situations where aircraft are supplied white-tailed or with another airlines livery design, our print facilities enable us to create a cover-up design using the aircraft’s original colour scheme background.
Click here to see some of our other fantastic livery designs: http://www.larchfield-aerospace.com/portfolio/
Are you looking for a promotional or even short-term livery? drop us a line today.