Embraer Really Likes Animal Liveries on Its E190-E2 Jets

Jun 5, 2018

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Two months after Embraer’s first E190E2 went into service with Widerøe, the aircraft manufacturer appears to be rolling out a new special livery on the airplane that’s been dubbed the ‘Profit Hunter’.

An Embraer communications employee tweeted a picture of the new paint job for the aircraft, which displays what appears to be a great white shark on the nose.

The E190-E2 is one of the newest passenger jets in the world and was officially launched at the Paris Air Show five years ago. The single-aisle aircraft will be used for shorter hauls as a regional jet for most airlines because it has a range of 3,200 miles. Embraer even claims the E2 is more fuel efficient than the Boeing 737 MAX family and Airbus A320neo family.

This isn’t the first time an animal has been emblazoned on the aircraft — a tiger was first painted on the the jet when it debuted in February.

The Profit Hunter. Image via Embraer.
The Profit Hunter. Image via Embraer.

The larger version of the E190, the E195, was decorated with an Eagle that stares you down.

If animal themed-liveries are you thing, ANA plans on flying an A380 decked out with a massive sea turtle, named the Flying Honu. Alaska Airlines operates its “Salmon Thirty Salmon,” a 737-800 with a livery that’s an ode to the state of Alaska’s famous export.

If you want to see the shark-themed E190-E2, the aircraft will be on display at the Farnborough Airshow in England in July.

Featured image courtesy of Kalie Marsch / Twitter.

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