Liveries can make an aircraft stand out on the ramp, or blend in with the rest.
This is the fifth A220 variant in the ITA Airways fleet.
The airline's long-awaited rebrand is finally here, and it is a huge change.
From cherry-reds to baby blues, here are some of our favorite private jet liveries.
Delta Air Lines and Emirates are notable airlines that use the underside of the aircraft as a canvas.
The whale-like plane will be taking to the skies in the coming days.
The aircraft will reportedly fly past three landmarks across the capital of Saudi Arabia.
The new design appears as the music festival takes over Las Vegas this weekend.
Delta Air Lines takes a leading role in funding breast cancer research and raising awareness.
Say hello to Emirates' modern take on its iconic livery.
The four ex-Aeroflot Airbus A350s have been operating a mix of intercontinental and regional routes from the airline's Istanbul hub.
Azul is known for introducing unique liveries on its fleet, including the four Disney-themed aircraft featuring Mickey, Minnie, Donald Duck and Daisy.
Large amounts of paint are wasted during an aircraft paint job.
The liveries remember the airlines Aviateca (Guatemala) and Aerogal (Ecuador), which merged with Avianca in 2009 and 2014.
The color scheme on the aircraft will closely resemble that of the current livery.
The "Pledge To Our Keiki" livery will replace Alaska Airlines' previous "Spirit of the Islands" artwork later this year.
Finnair has retrofitted two A350s with Moomins characters to celebrate 100 years of business.