At first glance it looks like an airliner livery designed by teenagers. Or a Ryanair clone done with a sense of humour.
But check out the web pages of Kulula Air, a South African low cost carrier, and learn that air travel over there IS different.
Kulula allows passengers to check bows and arrows, sporting guns, surfboards, snowboards plus boots and even gives a free extra 10 kilogram allowance for one golf bag per customer, above the 20 kg limit included in the fare.
And you can take your mountain bike with you too, provided you disassemble and pack it according to Kulula’s published procedure, and check it in at least 90 minutes before departure.
Kulula has a pretty laid back customer culture. The rules for expectant mothers are found under Pregnant Fairies, and as for refunds, it says No turning back, once your booking is confirmed, no refunds (sorree).
More special liveries are promised, including one called ‘camo’. Maybe it’s a good idea not to fly that one when they first land it at Harare or Lusaka in their own metal instead of as code shares.