mozart
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Luxair Planes Name-less Now?

Wed Dec 17, 2003 8:05 pm

Luxair planes in the old livery used to carry names, the 737s were named after castles and the smaller ones after members of the royal family; and they had the Luxembourg coat of arms (red lion on blue-white stripes) somewhere on the fuselage:


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The new livery seems to have done away with that:


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Photo © Olivier Dessy



Anyone knows why?
 
kingsford
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RE: Luxair Planes Name-less Now?

Wed Dec 17, 2003 8:21 pm

'cos it's old fashioned ?

Maybe they still have to add them.

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