Gulf Air May Respond To Paraguaya With Legal Action

Gulf Air is considering legal action in response to Regional Paraguaya Airlines new livery, which is virtually the same as their gold and white design.  Regional Paraguaya, which is based in Asuncion, has new markings very similar to Gulf Air’s, with the same color scheme, purple diagonal stripe, and golden falcon on the tail. 

Regional Paraguaya is a charter airline that began services last July. Gulf Air says they did not grant approval allowing them to use its livery design.   Gulf Air’s departing chief executive said “Only the feet of the falcon are missing.”  Regional Paraguaya serves Ciudad del Este in Southern Paraguay with two Boeing 737-200’s.  They plan to expand their network to 13 cities in nine Latin American countries.

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