I absolutely adore the new British Airways color scheme with the red and blue Union Jack flag curving across the tail. Very very elegant.
It certainly is much better than those awful designer tails they will replace.
Two questions: First, I have noticed that the actual fuselage of the aircrafts painted with the new Union Flag livery tend to vary in color. Is this intentional? i noticed a 777 at JFK that had more creamy white bodies, and another 777 and 747 that had a more grey-based white scheme similar to the early nineties scheme.
The other question I have is that is the painting of the exterior of the aircraft coincide with the new changes they are implementing inside, such as the 180 degree bed for Club Class, and the movie screen for each seat. For example, if I fly a "union jack" painted plane, can I be assured I will have a PTV ?