Photos: Malaysia Airlines A380 In Special Livery

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The first Malaysia Airlines A380 in special livery was unveiled today. 

The livery was applied post-delivery by Airbus in Toulouse. It was designed specifically for this flagship A380 by the airline, says Airbus. MAS took delivery of the aircraft at the end of May.

The A380, one of six ordered, will be used on the Kuala Lumpur - London route. 

Look out for the Malaysia Airlines A380 at this year's Farnborough Air Show where it will participate in the flying display 9 - 11 July. Airbus will also be flying its A380 later in the week, once MAS departs.

Yesterday Airbus revealed photos of the first Thai Airways A380 out of the paint shop. Click here to see them.

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