United unveils new livery: no more gold
On April 24, 2019, United Airlines is officially revealing their new aircraft livery. As the airline itself explains, the re-do is best described as “gold out, blue in”. Take a look at the re-do in a video below.
Our next livery has been cleared for takeoff. Stay tuned right here for more from our celebration in Chicago tomorrow! pic.twitter.com/n4CJrAJERG— United Airlines (@united) April 24, 2019
The current livery of United, as seen on the main picture of this article, dates back to 2010s, when the company was merging with Continental Airlines. At the time, Continental's logo (the globe) was combined with United’s name.
United's livery before the merger with Continental. Image: Aero Icarus
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