Budding aviation photographers take note: Air France is running a photography competition to celebrate the launch of its new livery.
The contest is open until August 15, and invites the public to enter photographs around the theme “Air France livery: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow”.
“Yesterday” refers to the Air France livery of 1946, which was reintroduced last year on the carrier’s Airbus A320 F-GFKJ to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Air France. “Today” refers to the current livery that has been in use since 1975, and “Tomorrow” refers to the airline’s revamped livery which is gradually being introduced across the Air France fleet.
The contest is open to everyone and will be judged by a jury of amateur and professional photgraphers, chaired by Pierre Vellay, Air France vice president fleet management. The grand prize is a Breitling watch worth €3,800, with other prizes including long-haul flights with Air France and Airbus A380 simulator experiences.
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Report by Mark Caswell