The DL livery could be equated and hopefully doomed like the BA "international art work" tail scheme. Do you really think having three livery's at one time on the fleet is looking coordinated? I see them mix and match nose and engine cowls between all the liveries. Looks so professional?
Sorry you don't approve. Maybe next time you as a passenger would appreciate it when Delta cancels your flight out of ATL because they couldn't find a thrust reverser sleeve that was painted in the matching livery.
CO has to own a paint franchise, but their aircraft do not appear as cramped. More lav's, and more "J/C" class seating. (As compared on the 767 400 type aircraft carrier to carrier.)
Really? I think that's news to them... First of all, you're comparing apples and oranges. The 764 handles transatlantic flying for Continental. Delta, on the other hand, is strong enough domestically to fly a high capacity aircraft. The 767-400 serves that mission for us. So comparing CO BizFirst to Delta Domestic First Class isn't exactly fair. But, if you insist, then fine. You're wrong. Delta has 36 premium seats on the 767-400, Continental has 35. Looking at the 777, Delta offers 52 BizElite seats and Continental offers 48 BizFirst. Delta BusinessElite has 60 inch pitch, Continental BusinessFirst has 55 inch pitch. You sure CO has more "real estate" up front?
Also, before you bash BizElite, I suggest you try it. I'm not going to say a thing about CO in this category... both Delta and Continental have industry leading premium J class products as far as service is concerned.
What's with the fabric looking wave on the tail? Is that some sort of an SU (Aeroflot) knock off look? It surely is too crumpled to be a flag, may be drapery?
Not a drapery.... on the contrary, it's the image of the carrier that will likely finish this disastrous period sitting atop the industry as we know it. So stop bashing Delta. Check your facts and then come talk to me about how Delta sucks.
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