While any aircraft being added to the fleet have carried the full new livery(1 A321 and 1 B757) MyTravel have only repainted 4 aircraft in over 12 months (3 A320 and 1 B757) None have been repainted since early summer to my knowledge. I think this ties in with a reluctance to press ahead full-steam with the full application of the tarnished MyTravel branding to the aircraft. Currently there are still no B767s or A330s in the new scheme.
Monarch have similarly made very little repainting progress since their new livery was unveiled in March 2002, with only 2 A321s and 2 B757s in the new scheme. As yet the current A320, A321, A300 and A330 fleets have yet to be touched with a paintgun!
British Midland must get some sort of award though, their new image was unveiled in February 2001, and the only aircraft wearing that scheme are aircraft that have been delivered new from Airbus. They did repaint 1 B737 in the new scheme, but that aircraft has since been transferred to bmibaby!
On the other hand Air 2000, Britannia and Thomas Cook (JMC) have all made fairly rapid progress with repainting their fleets over the winter. While it looks like Air 2000 and Thomas Cook will have their fleets completely repainted by May, Britannia will probably carry some old liveried aircraft over to next winter - no B767-200s have yet been repainted, and there are still quite a few B767-300s and B757s yet to do.
Looks like MyTravel are another airline playing the 9/11 card! How could MyTravel stop
their fleet repainting programme due to the events of September 11th 2001, when the new MyTravel image was not adopted until 2002? The first aircraft to be repainted was A320 G-CRPH which was rolled out at Manchester on January 28th 2002... Plus while the MyTravel group may be losing money, the airline is still profitable! I prefer Rick767's explanation [above]