N14AZ wrote:767333ER wrote:The world's biggest/most well known airlines for the most part do not use eurowhite. The main ones like American, British, Cathay, Delta, Ethiad, Lufthansa, KLM, Qatar, United, etc are all non-eurowhite. There is no reason why Air Canada shouldn't steer clear of eurowhite and there is no reason to get rid of their current livery.
??? LH's livery is the mother of all eurowhite-liveries, IMO.
Im under the impression that eurowhite means all white fuselage. Lufthansa is partly grey which makes it not quality as eurowhite.
CanadaFair wrote:Only people with warped thinking might see things that way, I dont mean you but AC management.
Cathay is practically a Eurowhite now, so is American they just use grey instead, United is a version of Eurowhite as is Luftnansa.
Air Canada can definitely go bolder if it fits in with their economics,, and we would love to see more colour as well, but most airlines moving to Eurowhite are also saving pennies somewhere along the line, in anycase that green tail livery wasnt bad at all and could have been around for another 20 years, it was by far one of the best tails out there in the Eurowhite tail design league.
American is not eurowhite, but just grey. First of all there is a reason the term is eurowhite, grey doesn't count and by that logic I guess Air Canada already uses eurowhite but with the toothpaste color. None of the airlines I listed use a version of eurowhite because eurowhite means a solid white fuselage with only maybe logos/titles to break the solid white like WS or evergreen AC. All the ones I listed include other colors painted on to the fuselage. If the eurowhite idea saved so much money, why don't all airlines use it?
I guess we will never agree on evergreen, I still think it is AC's worst.