Emirates revealed its ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 themed Emirates A380 livery inside the increase to one of the globe’s most predicted wearing activities this year. Former India cricketer and ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2011 winner Virender Sehwag and Emirates backed Lancashire crew players Saqib Mahmood and Tom Bailey helped to marshal the newly emblazoned plane out of the Emirates Engineering hangar.
The cricket players had been followed with the aid of the Emirates Engineering workforce, who had labored on putting in the sticky label and who were later treated to a game of mini-cricket by using the plane. The ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup trophy also made its debut at Emirates Engineering, and excited employees got the threat to take pix with the long-lasting award.
The ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019 sticker covers an enormous location of 694sqm on the Emirates A380 fuselage. It consists of participant silhouettes batting and bowling against a backdrop of colorful sun shades of red and crimson. Over the next few months, the plane is anticipated to fly to different UK points and Manchester and London Gatwick.
Cricket fans and aviation lovers alike can also look out for the aircraft landing and commencing in Johannesburg, Mumbai, in addition to Emirates locations served with the aid of the A380 in both Australia and New Zealand. Emirates can also be flying most of the national groups to the occasion as they prepare to compete for the trophy and identify worldwide champions of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019 in England and Wales.
The event will run from 30 May to 14 July 2019, with groups competing from England, South Africa, Pakistan, India, West Indies, Afghanistan, Australia, New Zealand, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka.