The national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain, Gulf Air, is preparing to receive another plane that has been painted with a renewed copy of its old identity, according to specialized websites.
The plane is an Airbus A321NEO, and bore the golden falcon design that was characteristic of the Gulf Air's Lockheed Triestar in the 1970s.
Gulf Air has previously received a traditional Dreamliner aircraft to celebrate 70 years.
Gulf Air - the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain - was established in 1950, becoming one of the first commercial airlines in the Middle East region, and today it is an important global commercial carrier flying to 49 cities in 27 countries.
The airline is currently serviced by a fleet of 37 modern aircraft, which vary between large and small. The new fleet of Gulf Air will witness a new era by enhancing its products and raising the level of its services.