November 9, 2009

AirTran Rolls Out with Third Logojet; Indianapolis Colts

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Written by: Mark Hsiung
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Following a special scheme for the Atlanta Falcons and the Baltimore Ravens, it’s the Indianapolis Colts’ time to get one of their own.  AirTran Airways’ N936AT has been painted in the Colts’ team colors of Speed Blue and white.  The Boeing 717-231 is painted in a similar fashion to those of the Falcons and Ravens, featuring the Colts’ logo on the tail and their name on the engines.

This is expected to be the last of AirTran’s plans to paint three aircraft for NFL teams.

Photo by Andres Castro

Photo by Andres Castro

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