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Isn't the Skyteam logo on the back of the plane backwards? The one on the tail is correct.
|Quoting MaverickM11 (Reply 2):|
Quoting dmt52 (Thread starter):
Isn't the Skyteam logo on the back of the plane backwards?
It's kinda fitting...
|Quoting lindy field (Reply 6):|
Strange also that this Skyteam aircraft uses "Saudia" titles instead of the "Saudi Arabian Airlines" ones found on the rest of the fleet.
|Quoting jumpjets (Reply 11):|
I am 99% sure that I have read somewhere - but where I cannot recall - that there has been an official rebrand and 'Saudia' is the new [or should I say revived] styling for the airline
|Quoting audidudi (Reply 3):|
It would certainly appear so as the DL B763 photo shows the Skyteam logo on the fuselage is painted correctly!
|Quoting longhauler (Reply 14):|
It is also curious that there are only two over-wing exits, instead of the usual four. You can see that the forward two have been disabled.
Is this a corporate or state aircraft?
|Quoting hotplane (Reply 15):|
Saudia is officially their new name.
|Quoting Tobias2702 (Reply 25):|
Source? On their website, it's all Saudi Arabian Airlines.
Furthermore, there is a difference between official name and branding.
|Quoting irregking (Reply 23):|
By instructions of the HQ in JED... please!
|Quoting MayaviaERJ190 (Reply 36):|
Oneworld's Mexicana MRO who did the "job"?
|Quoting TeamInTheSky (Reply 39):|
So now that we have passed blame from Spain to Saudi and back, what is done to fix this? Will they take it back to Spain to have the decal fixed?