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Amazon’s First ‘Prime Air’ Aircraft

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For a while now, Amazon have been using leased freighter aircraft to help transport it’s huge inventory of product around the US. Whether it’s to help move products, or to help with delivery for customer’s using Amazon Prime, it’s been a great tool for the shopping giant to use.

In an attempt to control their shipping and cost, Amazon have decided to lease 40 cargo aircraft to be part of their vast shipping network. Despite 11 of these aircraft already gracing our skies, Amazon have officially painted their first ‘Prime Air’ aircraft, a converted Boeing 767.

As you can see in the video above, the livery sports the iconic logos and branding, with the Prime-blue used in a subtle fashion.

I think it looks stunning. What are your thoughts?

 

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