JetBlue debuted its redesigned “Blue Monster” aircraft with Red Sox livery on Thursday, just in time for opening day at Fenway Park.
The Airbus A320 aircraft, named after Wally the Green Monster, underwent its first exterior redesign in nearly a decade and entered service at Logan International Airport on Thursday.
JetBlue, Logan’s largest carrier, is the official airline of the Boston Red Sox.
The plane is blue and white with a royal blue line “swooping down from the tail onto the fuselage to show movement,” according to the airline. There is a Red Sox logo and “B” on the plane’s tail and wingtips and a new design on the underbelly of the aircraft that spells out “Blue Monster” in the team’s iconic Red Sox font.
“The refreshed livery serves as a symbol of JetBlue’s commitment to the Red Sox and the team’s avid fans throughout Boston and the New England region,” according to a JetBlue press release.
The Red Sox season opener on Thursday was pushed to Friday due to rain.
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