Video: United Airlines unveils its new livery


Chicago - United Airlines unveiled its new color scheme for the first time with a video posted on its Twitter account.

The new livery is an adaptation of the current livery, on which the "United" writing is much larger and the gold from the famous globe logo has been replaced by blue.

In the time-lapse video published by the carrier, it can be seen that a Boeing 737 is being repainted with the new livery.

It was already clear that United would stick to the 1991 globe logo in the new livery. Recall that, Chief Executive Oscar Mundoz defined the new livery as an evolution rather than a revolution last month during a press conference.

"Pictures: Evolution of the United's livery"

The new livery will be introduced to the public with an official ceremony in Chicago today.



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