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Old 25th Apr 2002, 19:48
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Air 2000 New Colourscheme

Here it is ........ mmmmm ...... not sure


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Old 26th Apr 2002, 09:46
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No, I'm not sure either, but at least the company is spending its money wisely, rather than just frittering it away on luxuries like pay and conditions for employees.
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Old 26th Apr 2002, 10:53
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Not as bad as I thought it would be still think the old colours are better they are a lot more bright and cheerful.

It seems to be a fashion at the moment for airlines to change their colours to a more dull look, still it's nowhere near as bad or dull as Britannia.
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Old 27th Apr 2002, 03:48
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Well, I like it but I am also partial to primarily white aircraft. The one I fly around in has the delightful colors of a bowlingshoe.
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Old 29th Apr 2002, 02:09
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No offence intended, skylord, but the previous livery reminds me of the crayon drawings often sent to the flight deck by our very young passengers. Unlike certain others, including the one you mention ( ), this new scheme is quite pleasant in my view. I also think Spotty M have done quite a tasteful revamp, and the new My Travel livery does not match up to the rather striking Airtours livery shown in the background of Electric Sky's pic.

Returning to the main topic, however, I am not so sure about the splodge on the tail. As I often take the train into London, I am wondering if they haven't rounded up all the suburban graffiti artists and employed them as tail-painters at some of the airline livery shops. It certainly seems to be a bit of a trend.

Unfortunately, paint jobs are rarely the deciding factor when customers choose their holidays and are usually a complete waste of money unless done only when the old paint needs replacing, and the new livery is a major cost-saving on the old one. The new Preussag one is clearly inexpensive
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Old 29th Apr 2002, 03:38
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Hmmm - I wonder how much Air 2000 were charged for that little beauty.

Reckon my 6 year old daughter could have a big future in livery design

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Old 1st May 2002, 20:12
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Not a bad colour scheme, maybe a new name would be a good idea. Air 2000 is a bit outdated
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