Singapore Airlines has unveiled a special livery celebrating the nation's Golden Jubilee that will feature on two A380s until the end of the year.
The themed superjumbos will be flown on the carrier's London, Beijing, Hong Kong, Mumbai, New Delhi, Shanghai, Sydney and Zurich routes from early June.
The livery includes a ten-metre-tall and 47-metre-long Singapore flag design on both sides of the fuselage, while the two inboard engines are adorned with the official "SG50" logo.
SIA chief executive Goh Choon Phong said: "Singapore Airlines' success is closely tied to the success of Singapore. What better way to celebrate SG50 than by proudly flying the national flag around the world on the world's largest aircraft."
Last week, it emerged that SIA will introduce a new generation of A380 first class suites and business class seating in 2017 (see news, May 22).
The airline also showed off its forthcoming premium economy seat at a media event in Singapore (see news, May 21).