Hungarian airline Wizz Air has unveiled its support for Budapest's 2024 Olympic bid by wrapping aircrafts with an Olympic design.
The largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, in partnership with Budapest Airport and the Budapest 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Bid, revealed the livery of its Budapest aircraft yesterday (pictured).
As part of its sponsorship of the Budapest 2024 Olympic and Paralympic bid, Wizz Air has decorated one Airbus A321 and one Airbus A320* aircraft of its Budapest fleet with unique livery carrying Budapest 2024 design elements.
The design reflects the waves of the Danube River that flows through the heart of the city, as well as the historic monument of the Statue of Liberty located on one of the highest hills of the Hungarian capital.
The A321 Budapest 2024 livery design aircraft joined the fleet on November 24, followed shortly by an A320 aircraft that will start operating commercial flights from December 1, 2016.
Both aircraft will feature the new Budapest livery for the entire duration of the Olympic and Paralympic Bid, until August 31, 2017.