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A350F - join the Airbus livery design competition

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Dana Ermolenko
Country: France Aircraft: Airplanes

Airbus opens A350F livery design competition! See your design take-off! 

You are a professional designer, an amateur artist or a student: we are inviting creative talents from all around the world to design the livery of our new Airbus generation freighter - the A350F - and make it fly.

Trip 1 

Get your limited edition scale model of the aircraft at Le Bourget Paris Airshow where the winning design will be revealed

Trip 2 

Get your own private factory tour and see your winning design come to life as it embarks on its first flight

SUBMISSION DEADLINE | 28 NOVEMBER 2022

Submit your design today  

Competition design brief 

The A350F is a large freighter aircraft giving you over 1000m2 (622mi2) of surface to play with! Your creation should consider how this new generation, advanced, modern aircraft can benefit air freight operators and airlines from around the globe. 

Depending on your style, your design can be simple or detailed, hand drawn, painted or created using any medium you choose. It can be completely abstract or realistic, submitted in 1 or many colours. The sky is literally the limit!

If your idea is chosen, our design experts will work with you to produce the final livery design, perfectly adapted for the A350F. It will be seen for the first time in the air on its first flight planned for 2024 and will be used to showcase the aircraft to operators and airlines around the world.

Get to know the A350F

In line with Airbus’ mission to pioneer sustainable aerospace for a safe and united world,  Airbus announced the launch of a brand new large freighter, the A350F in November last year. This freighter has been designed to reduce fuel burn and carbon emissions by up to 40% compared to freighters currently flying. 

How will  the A350F achieve this? It all comes down to the significant weight savings achieved through its use of advanced materials, latest generation efficient engines and state of the art technologies. 

The A350F will give the large air freight market an aircraft that will be much easier and more efficient to operate. It will also require less maintenance and deliver up to 40% savings in operational costs compared to current in service freighters. 

Design guide

Guidelines

#01

Include only original artwork

#02

Use only fully licenced photo images. Please avoid “for editorial use only” images

#03

Do not use images or artwork without copyright

#04

Designs must be projected onto aircraft side views provided below

#05

Company logo (Airbus) and product logo (A350F) provided must be clearly visible

#06

Do not modify any corporate artwork provided

#07

Keep designated areas on the aircraft blank from any artwork

#08

Any areas designated as non-adhesive compatible cannot have very detailed artwork or photos

Artwork and brand elements available

A350F blank aircraft design

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Airbus and A350F logos

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A350F zoning areas

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A350F design contest technical brief

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HAVE A QUESTION ?

Contact us : [email protected]

 

 



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