Gp Monza, Airbus A350 dedicated to Enzo Ferrari is ready
Airbus A350 is ready
ITA Airways’ new light blue livery Airbus A350 dedicated to the legend Enzo Ferrari will make its first flight to Monza at the Italian Grand Prix on Sept. 11, when it will lead the way for the Frecce Tricolore at the start and in conjunction with the national anthem.
This is the first time ever that-“the Drake”-the legendary founder of the scuderia, the most titled in the history of Formula 1, with 31 world titles (16 Constructors, 15 Drivers), the man who changed the history of world motor racing has an airplane named after him, and only ITA Airways could do it. And this is the first time the Flag Company is present at the Italian Grand Prix, as well as a unique occasion during which the Frecce Tricolore will perform together with an airliner.
Special thanks go to Enzo Ferrari’s son, Eng. Piero Ferrari, Eng. John Elkann and the Ferrari management team.
The name Enzo Ferrari will be written on a red background, also a uniqueness, because red and Ferrari are one and the same, on par with ITA Airways and light blue, as exclusive is this red color detail among all the planes in the fleet. The Connubium between Enzo Ferrari and ITA Airways is natural: as Ferrari innovated racing, ITA Airways wants to pioneer innovation in air transportation.
ITA Airways’ Airbus A350 dedicated to Enzo Ferrari on the occasion of the Italian Grand Prix joins the other three aircraft the company has dedicated to illustrious drivers who have written the history of Italian motor racing, namely the A330 named after Tazio Nuvolari, and two Airbus A319s named after Alberto Ascari and Michele Alboreto. All four aircraft with new light blue livery from the ITA Airways fleet wear the Autodromo Celebration Logo.