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    Everyday we posted about cars.But today, we want you to learn something about aircarft. Thanks to Kulula Airlines for their new livery that make us easier to make you understand about aircraft. =)

    Kulula Airlines, is a low fare carrier which only operates domestic flights in the Republic of South Africa since its launch in July 2001 from its hub at OR Tambo International Airport (JNB) near Johannesburg.This low-fare airline are apparently well known for their distinctive, brightly coloured and funny livery.One of their Boeing 737-86N (ZS-ZWP / OK-PIK), called “Flying 101? is entirely covered with details and funny remarks about the plane.

    The captain’s window is marked with the big cheese (”captain, my captain!”), the co-pilot’s window with co-captain (the other pilot on the PA system) and the jump seat is for wannabe pilots.



    In addition, the following descriptions of plane parts can be found:

    Galley (cuppa anyone?)
    Aavionics (fancy navigation stuff)
    Windows (best view in the world)
    Wing #1 and #2
    Engine #1 and #2 (26 000 pounds of thrust)
    Emergency exit = throne zone (more leg room baby!)
    Seats (better than taxi seats)
    Some windows = kulula fans (the coolest peeps in the world)
    Black box (which is actually orange)
    Landing gear (comes standard with supa-fly mags)
    Back door (no bribery/corruption here)
    Tail (featuring an awesome logo)
    Loo (or mile-high club initiation chamber)
    Rudder (the steering thingy)
    Stabiliser (the other steering thingy)
    A.P.U. (extra power when you need it most)
    Galley (food, food, food, food…)
    Boot space
    ZS-ZWP (OK-PIK) = secret agent code (aka plane’s registration)
    Overhead cabins (VIP seating for your hand luggage)
    Fuel tanks (the go-go juice)
    Cargo door
    Aircon ducts (not that kulula needs it… they’re already cool)
    Front door (our door is always open … unless we’re at 41 000 feet)
    Cockpit window = sun roof
    Nose cone (radar, antenna, and a really big dish inside)



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