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Frontier Airlines has received its first Airbus A321neo, which is painted in a special livery with "America's Green Airline" and "Powered by Pratt & Whitney" titles.

After over ten years under the AeroPX name, my aviation photography has been rebranded to PlaneCaptures.

US startup RoadRunAir has painted aircraft in a striking black livery. The new operator, which offers all-inclusive small-group tours, has a total of three ex-American Eagle Embraer ERJ-145s.

An American Blimp Corporation A-60R has been decorated in a new livery promoting Discovery Channel's "Shark Week". N618LG, which was formerly one of the MetLife blimps, has been flying along the East Coast in the week preceding the popular week of summer programming.

United Airlines has painted two Boeing 757-200 aircraft in conjunction with their "Her Art Here" contest. The livery on N14102, designed by Corinne Antonelli, features New York and New Jersey landmarks, and N14106, designed by Tsungwei Moo, has a California motif.

Icelandair painted a recently-acquired ex-Arkia Boeing 757-300 (TF-ISX), in a special livery celebrating 100 years of Icelandic sovereignty and the debut of Iceland's men's national football team. It is depicted arriving at KEWR on June 19th.

As the official airline of the San Francisco Giants, Alaska Airlines painted one of their new Airbus A321neo aircraft (N924VA) in a livery to celebrate the Major League Baseball (MLB) team. Virgin America originally established the partnership with the organization in 2008.

A new Frontier Airlines Airbus A320-251N features my photo of an Atlantic Puffin on the tail and winglets. "Captain the Puffin" (N322FR) was built at the Airbus factory in Hamburg, Germany and delivered in late December 2017. The aircraft is seen at Trenton-Mercer Airport in Ewing, NJ, below.

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