Today Brazilian carrier GOL Linhas Aéreas (G3) introduced a special livery painted on one of its Boeing 737-800s. The company aims to support the participation of the Brazilian men’s football team in the upcoming FIFA World Cup, to be held from 20 November to 18 December. GOL Linhas Aéreas (G3) is a new airline that is supporting its local teams.
The new aircraft
Last Wednesday, GOL revealed the new livery which has been announced to promote Brazil’s participation in the upcoming FIFA Men’s World Cup. Brazil is in Group G and will play against Serbia, Switzerland, and Cameroon in this tournament, but it is one of the fans to go all the way and win its sixth world championship.
Currently, GOL is the official carrier of the Brazilian Football Confederation. Earlier this honor was received by other carriers like Varyag and TAM. The plane, revealed today at Belo Horizonte International Airport (CNF), registration PR-GXB, is GOL’s third jetliner to be decked out in a football-related livery.
On the tail of this plane is the logo of the Brazilian Football Confederation and a phrase that says “GOL do Brasil” (Goal of Brazil!) The name Brasil can also be seen on the rear of the undercarriage and each letter On top of that, the airline also featured a jersey with the number representing each of the world championship victories of this country. If you do not know, then let us tell you that Brazil won its first World Cup in 1958 in Sweden. After this, they won again in the years 1962, 1970, 1994, and 2002. The engine of this aircraft is painted green. The engine of this aircraft is painted green.
The airline will provide special onboard services during the World Cup
The airline is providing special onboard services to passengers during the World Cup. With the country’s first match against Serbia scheduled to be played on 24 November, the GOL is ready for the match. Anyone who travels to matches in these three special football uniformed planes will be given this special benefit. GOL will serve hamburgers, beer, and other beverages between 30 minutes and one hour before departure on each flight.
Other soccer uniforms around the globe
So let’s start with Brazil’s most famous rival, Argentina. Just last month, Aerolineas Argentinas revealed a special Airbus A330 livery to promote its football team’s participation in the World Cup. In addition, Brussels Airlines recently revealed an Airbus A320 painted in the colors of the Belgian football squad. In this aircraft, the airline is also adding recognition for the Belgian women’s football team.