Can you name the airline pictured here?
What’s the airline pictured above? Can you name it?
The first correct answer wins some (admittedly not that exciting) swag from Turkish Airlines. You’ll get what appears to be a key chain and a couple of notepads featuring Kobe Bryant and Messi — the airline’s pitchmen. I’ll send it to you in the post.
Leave your guesses in the comments section.
And thank you for reading.
Jet Airways, an Indian carrier, has a pretty cool first class cabin. Photo courtesy of the airline.
We have a winner!
L.A. Airspace sends a hearty congratulations to Ian Petchenik, the first person to correctly guess Jet Airways, an Indian airline, as the carrier pictures above. He wins an Eva Air Hello Kitty tote bag.
Check bag soon for the next installment in our Name that Interior game.
Ian Petchenik has won this tote bag. Are you jealous?
What airline’s first class cabin is pictured above? Photo courtesy of the airline.
It’s your favorite time of the week. It’s time for another installment of “Name that interior!”
If you’re the first person to correctly name the airline pictured above, I’ll send you a snazzy Hello Kitty Eva Airways tote in the mail. Please leave your guesses in the comments section and make sure I can contact you.
Folks have been pretty good at guessing the right airline in the past, but if no one is on the right track, I’ll be back in a couple of days to give a hint.
Don’t you want the tote bag?
Can you airline with this interior? Photograph courtesy of Darren Booth.
Hello loyal L.A. Airspace readers.
Can you name the interior pictured above? Since it’s an “easy” one this week, I’ll need the carrier and the type of plane.
Leave your guesses in the comments section. The winner receives the swag below, courtesy of Long Beach Airport. (Prior winners may guess but won’t win the prize.)
Readers of L.A. Airspace never cease to impress me. This week, reader Darren Booth, or Frequentlyflyin on Twitter correctly guessed our airline interior of the week.
It is Virgin Australia.
Check back soon for another installment of Name That Interior.
Above, a Virgin Australia 737 cabin.