China Airlines has taken delivery of a Boeing 777-300ER featuring a co-branded livery, marking the carrier's 10th 777-300ER (Extended Range). The fuselage is painted with the two companies' brands, while the tail carries the airline's traditional plum blossom logo. In 2004, China Airlines became the first airline to use Boeing's co-branded livery on a 747-400. That airplane was nicknamed the 'Blue Whale' by the airline and was the first co-branded twin-aisle airplane in the world.
With this delivery, China Airlines now operates a fleet of 10 777-300ERs featuring a new, state-of-the-art cabin interior designed by Taiwanese architect Ray Chen. Each aircraft is configured to seat 358 passengers in a three-class layout including 'Family Couch' seats in economy class, where three economy seats convert into a flat surface to provide passengers with added rest and relaxation.