Aer Lingus has unveiled its new brand livery, more than two decades since the airline's last refresh.
The update aims to give the brand a more modern and fresh image as the airline continues its expansion into the North Atlantic market.
The changes include a new version of the shamrock logo and new paint for the aircraft.
Four more new aircraft due to arrive this year will also come painted in the new colours.
Aer Lingus plans to increase its fleet to 80 over the coming years as it grows the North Atlantic fleet from 17 to 30 by 2023.
850 litres of paint are needed to cover a wide-bodied aircraft over 10 days, while a narrow body version requires 500 litres over seven to eight days.
The unveiling happened at Dublin airport today, where the airline showed off a newly painted A330-300 series aircraft in its maintenance hangar.
The first flight of the newly painted aircraft will be tomorrow, when it will travel to JFK airport in New York.
Recently appointed Aer Lingus Chief Executive Sean Doyle said the "refreshed brand reflects an airline that connects those living in Montreal to Marseilles; in Berlin to Boston; as well as those living in Cork to Croatia.
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