Emirates has today revealed a new custom Airbus A380 livery dedicated to Dubai’s newest architectural icon – the Museum of the Future.
The new livery will be applied to ten of Emirates Airbus A380 fleet.
The first Emirates A380 (A6-EVK) to sport this exciting new livery, takes flight tomorrow to Los Angeles. As its nine other aircraft siblings roll out of the dedicated Aircraft Appearance Centre at Emirates Engineering over the coming weeks, Emirates’ Museum of the Future A380s will be deployed on routes to Europe as well as key Arab regional cities.
According to the airline, the seven-storey, pillarless, torus-shaped Museum of the Future, dubbed as the ‘world’s most beautiful building’, has become one of Dubai’s definitive design marvels, and aims to inspire the world to imagine the possibilities of tomorrow, featuring mesmerising installations and futuristic experiences. The building’s ring forms a void to represent unknown and undiscovered knowledge.
Making us of A380 fuselage
Emirates currently operate an active fleet of 79 out of their 121 strong fleet – so this livery will be applied to a full eighth of their active fleet.
The fleet has been decorated in the past with the Dubai 2020 Expo, Year of Zayed, and the Rugby World cup – to name a few liveries the fleet has carried.
For those who enjoy snapping photos of aircraft – it’s going to be something different to look out for in the air.
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