Thad Beyer and Robert Reuling of Hawaiian Airlines' heavy maintenance division highlight the steps of providing a Hawaiian Airbus A330 with a fresh paint job. The process, which takes 16 days, is done at a specialized facility on the US mainland. During this time, the aircraft undergoes a detailed cleaning, and painting. The process requires 13 different paint colors and hundreds of gallons of paint. Read more.
Hawaiian goes behind the scenes of how an airplane is painted
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