So I've been laying low lately with a number of things going on in the other parts of my life and I'm noticing all the "Save the Tulip" campaigns.
Really folks? Do you have nothing better to do than worry about the logo an airline? Sure, the UA logo is unique, but it's dated and the use of primary colors reminds me of something I'd expect of my nephews.
And yes, I do like the CO logo better. I think it does a far better job describing the company -- a global entity that connects people and destinations. What does the tulip demonstrate?
But, in all seriousness, it's an airline folks. It's a company, it has no emotions and neither should you towards it. It's one thing to form an allegiance to a company for loyalty, but it's a completely different beast when you take it personally when it decides to make a change you don't like.
And to the UA folks, I would seriously get ready for some serious change, this isn't going to be the UA you're used to.