I'd suggest lowering the color saturation. The color stripes on the tail - especially the red - are a little to 'neon' bright. I had the same problem with an Aloha photograph I submitted a while ago. The rejected photo:
was over saturated. I toned it down, and it was accepted: View Large View Medium
Photo © David Sperry
Compare the red on the "Aloha" logo to see the difference. Somtimes it's a subtle difference, but it's important to the screeners to have the color accurate, not 'blaring' bright.
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