A Boeing 737 painted in the new livery of the soon-to-be Solaseed Air. Skynet Asia Airways of Japan announced today it will take to the skies under the name of Solaseed Air starting in July. The airline's fleet will sport the distinctive pistachio green and white insignia.
Headquartered in Miyazaki, Japan, the soon-to-be Solaseed Air currently operates a fleet of ten 737-400s. The airplane pictured above will be the airline's first factory-delivered aircraft and first Next-Generation 737. It will mark the start of the airline’s fleet renewal program.