Blue Wahoos Kazoo Airplane Unveiled

April 19, 2019

Silver Airways, unveiled a Pensacola Blue Wahoos themed aircraft Thursday morning.

Named after the Wahoos’ mascot mascot, the plate dubbed “Kazoo” rolled out of Silver Airways’ Orlando maintenance hangar and made its maiden flight to Pensacola International Airport.

The new livery of the Saab 340 aircraft showcases joint branding featuring Silver Airways’ iconic turbine and the baseball team’s powerful Blue Wahoo. “Kazoo” was designed by Steven Ward, a Silver Airways mechanic and tattoo artist, and the airline’s technical operations team carried out the plane’s transformation.

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3 Responses to “Blue Wahoos Kazoo Airplane Unveiled”

  1. Michael O on April 22nd, 2019 10:29 am

    I would still like to know who is going to use this plane?

  2. Wise Years on April 19th, 2019 10:22 am

    Now that’s a beautiful SAFE bird!

  3. Michael O on April 19th, 2019 7:29 am

    So who is this plane for? is this public transportation, for the team, or for the corporate people? The plane looks great, but lets be honest, who will ever see it. Its a good waste of money in my opinion.

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