Following the popularity and "hey, look at that!" recognition of its all-black All Black "Crazy About Rugby" planes, Air New Zealand will repaint its entire fleet in black and white.
It's a reverse version of the special rugby paint job for Virgin Australia's trans-Tasman partner – with a white body, black tail (containing the airline's signature koru glyph) along with chic new lettering for the Air New Zealand name itself.
But don't worry: the airline will be keeping its special all-black jets too.
If you haven't come across one of the sleek, black-bodied jets in NZ, at an Australian airport during one of their occasional runs across the Tasman, or further afield at LAX or London Heathrow, we'll confirm that they're seriously impressive.
Click on the image below to zoom in...all the way in.
About John Walton
Aviation journalist and travel columnist John took his first long-haul flight when he was eight weeks old and hasn't looked back since. Well, except when facing rearwards in business class.