Bombardier announced today, their latest purchaser of the new CS100 aircraft was a start-up airline flymojo, based out of Johor Bahru, Johor and Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia. Just across the straits from Singapore, the airline has signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) for the sale and purchase of 20 CS100 aircraft with options for an additional 20 CS100 aircraft.
“Born of the desire to make air travel a much-anticipated and longed for experience, flymojo is dedicated to providing value, and exceptional customer service that will focus on putting the human touch back into flying,” said flymojo Chairman, Alies Anor Abdul. “We are confident that our model will resonate deeply with our passengers and that the use of the technologically advanced CSeries aircraft will transform the aviation industry in Malaysia and the region,” added Mr. Alies.
The livery, which is bright, bold and graphic (similar to the aesthetic seen in Thai Smile) seems to mimic the google drop pins, embracing a sense of direction and place, whilst combining a bohemian colour aesthetic, which feels a little more Beatles than airline. Still, we aren’t one to criticise any airline that brings a little more colour to the skies.