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Dear United and Continental, Have you considered this livery?

Check out this incredible livery that FTer UAL4life designed. Not only does it blend the best of both airlines, but it is elegantly simple and would not require a great deal of extra labor to paint.

 

Far better than this monstrosity.

What do you think?

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Comments

#1
gluedtothewindow May 30, 2010 at 12:27 pm

Huh, that's decent looking. "United" in CO's font is pretty hideous.

@gluedtothewindow: It sure does.

I'm really impressed by the tulip/globe. So simple, yet so nice.

#3
HunterSFO June 1, 2010 at 03:06 pm

That is really nice. maybe the marketing folks at UA/CO will see that and push it through

#4
UnitedHistorian September 30, 2010 at 03:14 pm

I guess this works better than the first UA-CO proposal. I still believe the United SHIELD (the "tulip" is a highly stylized version of the shield) should be preserved. The old red, white and blue shield dates back to the 1920s. That's true aviation history. Would American abandon the Eagle?

@UnitedHistorian: And CO used a red, white, and blue shield as well. That wouldn't be a bad new logo...

I really like the one above, though.

#6
Chief Pilot December 17, 2010 at 07:31 pm

Continental had the most beautiful livery in the sky: simple, classy, understated. It set forward a very professional and comforting image. United liveries for the past 30 years have been tasteless and garish.

Thankfully the new company kept the Continental brand image.

@Chief Pilot: On this we, disagree! ;)

I don't like the bingo machine and shade of blue.

But what's wrong with the composite image above?

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