In our continuing series on tracking special liveries, we take a look the liveries airlines have added to their fleet to support special causes. From cancer awareness to child poverty to animal conservation, airlines support a variety of causes through donations and paint.

One of Emirates’ two United for Wildlife A380s.
One of Emirates’ two United for Wildlife A380s.

 

How to Track Special Causes Liveries

In the table below, you can search special destination liveries based on Airline, Registration, Aircraft Type, or name of the livery.

AirlineRegistrationAircraft TypeExtended Aircraft TypeLivery
Allegiant Air N218NVA320Airbus A320-214Make A Wish Livery
American Airlines N690AAB752Boeing 757-223Flagship Freedom Livery
Azul Linhas Aereas PR-ATBAT76ATR 72-600National Breast Cancer Foundation Livery
Condor D-ABUEB763Boeing 767-330(ER)Heart for Children Livery
Delta Air Lines N845MHB764Boeing 767-432(ER)Breast Cancer Research Foundation Livery
EasyJet G-EJARA319Airbus A319-111UNICEF Livery
EasyJet G-EZIOA319Airbus A319-111UNICEF Livery
Emirates A6-EDGA388Airbus A380-861United for Wildlife Livery
Emirates A6-EEIA388Airbus A380-861United for Wildlife Livery
Emirates A6-EEQA388Airbus A380-861United for Wildlife Livery
FlyBeG-FBEME190Embraer 190-200LRCancer Research UK Kids Livery
JetBlue Airways N615JBA320Airbus A320-232“Blue Bravest” —FDNY Foundation
JetBlue Airways N775JBA320Airbus A320-232Vets in Blue Livery
Meraj Airlines EP-AJIA320Airbus A320-233Asiatic Cheetah Livery
QantasLink VH-QOHDH8DBombardier Dash 8 Q400National Breast Cancer Foundation Livery
Transaero EI-XLNB744Boeing 747-412Caring for Tigers together Livery

Our list here is a work in progress and will be updated as airlines add other special cause or charity liveries to their fleets. If you know of a livery we missed for this list, please let us know on twitter or Facebook and we’ll add it to the list.

Special Airline Note

We included Transaero’s “Caring for Tigers Together” livery because we have no information that the aircraft has been repainted, so there’s still a chance that it will fly at least once more as the tiger.

Transaero's “Caring for Tigers Together”
Transaero’s “Caring for Tigers Together”

 

Featured Image by Colin Parker

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