Canarian Airways closer to take-off as colour scheme of planes is revealed
The image of the first and only plane of the Tenerife airline Canarian Airways has already been made public as it has been seen this weekend on social media. The aircraft, still with it’s original OYRCG registration, has been painted at London's Southend airport and the colours are those that were previously seen at some of the company's press conferences; blue and white.
The first plane originally belonged to Atlantic Airways, and the new company name has not yet been painted on the fuselage, and some variations to the original design have been introduced on the tail.
The airline company, which the Cabildo de Tenerife has a minority stake in, has plans to link some destinations in Europe with Tenerife, especially with the South of the island at Reina Sofia airport.
They have revealed that they plan to fly to European destinations such as Madrid, Barcelona, Bilbao, and Berlin, and two UK destinations being Glasgow and Cardiff. The majority of the new airline is owned by the Spring Hotels Group and is working with One Airways, who will actually carry out the operating of the flights.