Have you’ve ever seen a painted custom aircraft? Well then, if you do, you know a standard aircraft just won’t do it anymore. Some of them are so innovative that, to tell the truth, it shocked us. Jumbo jets painted for commercial purposes, private jets painted. However, the owner wants, and all of them are here, the most intimidating military aircraft ever! You’re going to love this one.
Sea Turtles That Can Fly
The first of three A380s for All Nippon Airways (ANA) is to roll out of the Airbus Paintshop in Hamburg, Germany. It bears the distinctive and special Hawaiian sea turtle livery of the airline. ANA is Japan’s first customer for the superjumbo, and in the custom aircraft paint job you see here, all three ANA A380s will be painted, depicting sea turtles that are native to Hawaii. The airline will operate its aircraft on the popular Narita-Honolulu leisure route. The first aircraft will be blue, while the second will be green, and the third will be orange. It took 21 days for the Airbus team to paint a 3,600 m2 using 16 different shades of color. The ANA A380 is one of the most elaborate ever painted by Airbus.
A much-talked-about, little-seen Royal Canadian Air Force CF-18 Demo Jet. With an artistic representation of the maple leaf, this custom-painted fighter jet has Canada’s hallmark red and white-the de facto symbol of our northern brethren. At the RCAF’s 150th Anniversary Air Show back in 2017, also known as Canada150, the CF-18 fighter jet was revealed. The top speed of the CF-18 is a whopping 1,127 miles per hour, fast enough never to notice this amazing, colorful fighter jet as it flies faster overhead than the speed of sound! Think about the polished look of this aircraft, and then compare it with the next one …