Boeing Blue to change looks of 777X, 787 Dreamliner & 737 MAX
From now on new 777X, 787 Dreamliner, 737 MAX and 747-8 aircraft leaving Boeing paint shop won’t be painted in burgundy, orange and teal colors. The United States manufacturer announced on July 5, 2018, unifying the looks of its product family by changing livery system in favor of “Boeing Blue”.
The new livery system also includes changes as larger logo, preceding family name, which is replacing minor model designator on the nose and aft fuselage, and details such as sweeping lines, finishes and wingtip markings.
Introducing something new in Boeing Blue! We've updated our livery system to visually unify our expansive and unrivaled product family. See the refreshed look for #777X, 787 #Dreamliner, #737MAX and #Queenoftheskies 747-8 Intercontinental: https://t.co/VhutVO511V #Boeing pic.twitter.com/wwjNinA02k— Boeing Airplanes (@BoeingAirplanes) July 5, 2018
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