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Advertisement on aircraft livery?

Sat Apr 01, 2017 10:03 pm

I was reading some old information about how Japanese LCC Skymark once have advertisement as livery but they stopped doing so because of the downtime needed to repaint their planes when advertisement contract end.
But why not just time the contract in a way that would make the plane repaint time match heavy maintenance check time?
And is there any other airlines who have done similar things before?
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Re: Advertisement on aircfraft livery?

Sat Apr 01, 2017 10:23 pm

Ryanair did so with a number of their 737-200s. These included my favourite the Jaguar one. There was also Hertz, News of the World, Vodafone and Eircell. This last one is in Dublin Airport still, used by the fire service. They also had a 737-800 sponsored by Cable and Wireless. Crossair had the McDonalds MD83 among others
 
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Re: Advertisement on aircfraft livery?

Sat Apr 01, 2017 10:24 pm

Norwegian Air Shuttle also used to do this in the beginning.
 
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Sat Apr 01, 2017 10:37 pm

Alitalia has done it as well iirc.
 
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Sat Apr 01, 2017 10:40 pm

IIRC Aeromexico had Visa ads on the sides as well.
 
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Sat Apr 01, 2017 10:52 pm

Western Pacific (upstart LCC in the 90s)...all their planes carried some kind of distinct advertising theme, a casino, Thrifty Car Rental and their most popular-"The Simpsons" on Fox.
 
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Sat Apr 01, 2017 11:03 pm

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Re: Advertisement on aircfraft livery?

Sat Apr 01, 2017 11:25 pm

bradyj23 wrote:
IIRC Aeromexico had Visa ads on the sides as well.


Among majors, Aeromexico is notorious for selling ad space on their aircraft. I do wish more airlines did though (vinyl wrap). America West also did so back in the day.
 
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Re: Advertisement on aircfraft livery?

Sat Apr 01, 2017 11:39 pm

Not exactly on the livery, but US had advertisements on their tray tables, and I think NK does that now as well.
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Sat Apr 01, 2017 11:49 pm

Skybus had an A319 carrying advertising for Nationwide Insurance.
 
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Re: Advertisement on aircraft livery?

Sun Apr 02, 2017 5:54 am

Southwest did a controversial Sports Illustrated bikini cover once.

Alitalia painted one each 747 in Breitling watch and Baci livery, chocolate maker perhaps? both were some of the best advert liveries, nothing compares.

Air France did a pepsi Concorde but it wasnt used on commercia flights.

Travel Service did a striking O2 Telefonica livery on a 737-800,, all liveries can be googled for easy viewing.
 
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Re: Advertisement on aircraft livery?

Sun Apr 02, 2017 6:41 am

Down here, you get lots of "Banco de Chile" stickers on Sky Airline's planes, as they have a Commercial Alliance called "Alianza Travel", in which you can get miles and use them to fly with either Sky, Delta or Iberia. I believe there's also an A320 going around with a big "Banco de Chile" sticker on its side.
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Re: Advertisement on aircraft livery?

Sun Apr 02, 2017 7:01 am

Canadian North Airlines had billboard liveries for Celebrity Cruises and Canadian Football League.

Azul Brazilian Airlines had several billboards for Nestle Chocolate brands and also for several performing arts groups. They also had liveries devoted to various travel agencies, credit cards and frequent flier programs.

Cebu Pacific did three liveries celebrating the cities of Manila, Cebu and Davao. They also had a billboard for Henann Resorts.

Sunwing has had a number of liveries advertising resort destinations. Some of these were replaced after just one season.

Volaris had quite a series of billboards honoring Mexican cities/states and extended the program to cover Phoenix, Oakland, Los Angeles and Chicago. They also had ads for tequila, Coca Cola, Krispy Kreme and for causes such as the fight against breast cancer, a population and housing census, and more.

Bangkok Airways / Siem Reap Air had at least a dozen different liveries extolling tourist destinations or regions of Thailand.

Alaska Airlines (especially), JAL (especially), Air Europa, TAM, Jet Airways, Malmo Aviation, China Eastern, Vietjet, Qantas, Azul, Luxair, SAS, LOT, (and perhaps some I have missed), have all had special liveries advertising Disney movies or theme parks.

Alaska has had many more themed liveries. My favorite was the full-bodied salmon that promoted wild Alaska seafood. Also, Alaska and Horizon have had numerous liveries promoting or recognizing regional sports teams.

I'll stop before this begins to look like a book about special liveries. There is much. much more.

Some airlines have sold advertising billboards for limited durations (and no doubt took the cost of paintings into account). In other cases, the advertising is the result of a "sponsorship agreement" that, at some point usually ends. The costs of the paint jobs might be borne by the airlines in return for advertising rights. Southwest's "Slam Dunk" National Basketball League promotion (N224WN) was a case in point. Not only did it involve a full external livery, but the internal overhead luggage bins were decorated with the logos of all the NBA teams.
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Re: Advertisement on aircfraft livery?

Sun Apr 02, 2017 7:27 am

bx737 wrote:
Ryanair did so with a number of their 737-200s. These included my favourite the Jaguar one.


Yes, it was superb. For a while thought it was a new airline, until I saw the Ryanair logo on the nacelle:

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Re: Advertisement on aircraft livery?

Sun Apr 02, 2017 8:39 am

Norwegian air Shuttle logo jets from the past:

KANDIDATEn ( Norwegian reality tv series )

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Norwegian Air Shuttle sporting a logo livery for SILVER ( Insurance Company )

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Acta ( an savings and investment Company ) :

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Network Norway ( mobile telecome Company )

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Norwegian advertising for the winter season:

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Beach volleyball world tour 2005

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WIRELESS INTERNET ON BOARD

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They have also had / has altleast two Aircraft With UNICEF tail:

Norwegian supports UNICEF - Every child deserves a childhood - Unite for Children

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and ... the 6000th Boeing 737


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Re: Advertisement on aircraft livery?

Sun Apr 02, 2017 10:16 am

The Spanish IAG companies have a few interesting ones as well. IB has a few aircraft with advertisements on them, like El Corte Inglés (similar to Dunnes Stores, Harrods, Macy's). I2 has an A320 flying around promoting Pull & Bear, a cheap Spanish clothing brand within the Inditex group. VY is also famous for placing advertisements on some of their planes, most notably Mtv. YW places a lot of promotional decals on their CRJ fleet, but they're almost all sponsored by regional governments (with the exception of "Aviación sin fronteras", an NGO).
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Re: Advertisement on aircraft livery?

Sun Apr 02, 2017 10:18 am

Jetstar Australia do this quite often.
A319, A320, A321, A330-200, A350-900, A380, 737-700, 737-800, 777-200ER, 777-300, 777-300ER, 787-8, Q300, Q400
 
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Re: Advertisement on aircraft livery?

Sun Apr 02, 2017 11:03 am

Germanwings had a pink T-Mobile jet if i remember correctly.
 
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Re: Advertisement on aircraft livery?

Sun Apr 02, 2017 11:40 am

Tuifly, Germany, has Boeing 737-8K5's with Haribo ads. Haribo, Hans Riegel Bonn makes popular licorice candy. Search in photos for: tuifly boing haribo and you will find photos.
 
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Re: Advertisement on aircraft livery?

Sun Apr 02, 2017 12:08 pm

LCKip wrote:
Tuifly, Germany, has Boeing 737-8K5's with Haribo ads. Haribo, Hans Riegel Bonn makes popular licorice candy. Search in photos for: tuifly boing haribo and you will find photos.


Yes, TUIfly has a lot of sponsored aircraft. Here are some of them:







Transavia also has one in Sunweb colors, a Dutch travel agency that books their passengers on Transavia flights but the plane is not flying exclusively for Sunweb.

 
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Re: Advertisement on aircraft livery?

Sun Apr 02, 2017 12:28 pm

A few in Australia over the years











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Re: Advertisement on aircraft livery?

Sun Apr 02, 2017 12:36 pm

Let's not forget Air New Zealand's "Lord of the Rings" liveries
 
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Sun Apr 02, 2017 1:52 pm

deltaflyertoo wrote:
Western Pacific (upstart LCC in the 90s)...all their planes carried some kind of distinct advertising theme, a casino, Thrifty Car Rental and their most popular-"The Simpsons" on Fox.


I kinda miss Marge Simpson's big blue hair on those Western Pacific tails.
 
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Sun Apr 02, 2017 1:55 pm

Mortyman wrote:
Let's not forget Air New Zealand's "Lord of the Rings" liveries


Those were the best.
 
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Re: Advertisement on aircraft livery?

Sun Apr 02, 2017 2:08 pm

Vietjet Air in Vietnam have a number of advertisements on their aircraft. Their standard livery is red, yellow and white, and the white is mostly at the front, and that's where adverts go.

For example:









A standard one looks like this... adverts easily applied. Easy capitalism in a communist country... at least the planes are the correct colour!

 
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Re: Advertisement on aircraft livery?

Sun Apr 02, 2017 2:18 pm

MrHMSH wrote:
Easy capitalism in a communist country... at least the planes are the correct colour!


Vietnam is not a communist country anymore, it's just as commercial as anywhere else. If you want to look it up, just google for doi moi.
 
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Re: Advertisement on aircraft livery?

Sun Apr 02, 2017 2:28 pm

PatrickZ80 wrote:
MrHMSH wrote:
Easy capitalism in a communist country... at least the planes are the correct colour!


Vietnam is not a communist country anymore, it's just as commercial as anywhere else. If you want to look it up, just google for doi moi.


The government is communist, the economy is capitalist.
 
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Re: Advertisement on aircraft livery?

Sun Apr 02, 2017 2:28 pm

I think the most cost-effective way to add ad revenue is to brand the interior of the aircraft (e.g., carry-on bins, back seats, tray tables, etc.). Recognize that an aircraft cannot be made simultaneously with the maintenance of the aircraft (it can only be done before or after), so that will be time when the aircraft is out of service, not to mention the cost of painting the aircraft, and also the fact that it affects the fuel efficiency of the aircraft due to the added paint weight. Airlines don't paint an aircraft, strip the paint, and repaint; it usually gets painted over the previous coating. So if one was to replace adverts continuously, the weight of all that paint can become significant.
 
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Re: Advertisement on aircraft livery?

Sun Apr 02, 2017 2:42 pm

Southwest has had a bunch of them

Slam Dunk One (NBA)


Shamu one and their penguin counterpart (Seaword)



Beats Headphones


Sports Illustrated


arguably we could add "Bags Fly Free Here" even though its for WN itself
 
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Sun Apr 02, 2017 2:51 pm

Advertisements on Aircraft fuselage is nothing New

Here is a Picture from 1992 of a Braathens S.A.F.E Aircraft With advertisement for their summer flights:

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Diffrent livery advertising summer flights from 1988:

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Here is Braathens S.A.F.E again promoting the Olympics:

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Braathens promoting their website in 1999:

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Re: Advertisement on aircraft livery?

Sun Apr 02, 2017 2:51 pm

Mortyman wrote:
Let's not forget Air New Zealand's "Lord of the Rings" liveries


Or Turkish Airlines' Batman vs. Superman livery. I wish that Norwegian did ads on its Dreamliners.
 
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Re: Advertisement on aircraft livery?

Sun Apr 02, 2017 8:30 pm

It's interesting that the advertising on airplanes seems inversely proportional to the size of the airline's fleet. You don't regularly see "outside" (non-airline) advertising on the exterior of an American Airlines or Delta jet. Yes, you do see things like "southwest dot com" painted on nacelles, but not usually outside advertisers. That said, yes Southwest does things like Shamu, but that is a whole-plane paint job which is done in a very striking manner. But even Southwest doesn't just turn the planes into text billboards. I wonder why?

Maybe I'm totally off-base, but, viewing the photos in this thread, you see a lot more outside advertising on small airlines which fly more often to airports without jet-bridges, providing a much better view of the advertisements to passengers as they embark/disembark.

I wouldn't think, at least in the USA, that it would be worth the while of advertisers or carriers to paint outside ads on the planes, because at major airports you would have so few passengers really paying attention. They enter and exit on jet-bridges and few even look at the airplane. Once they board the plane, the majority pull out personal devices, instead of looking out the windows to see the advertising. And, aside from fanatics like me, how often do you see people at the gate standing at the windows and plane-watching? Really not often. So unless the target audience is the ramp jockeys or passengers using jet-stairs, it would seem to me that outside advertising on a fuselage seems like an exercise in futility. And that's why the majors in the USA don't do it (although, didn't/doesn't Delta or United sometimes add a ".com" after the name?). You go to a baseball game at Dodger Stadium and they've covered nearly every available space with ads, because people are sitting there looking at the field and its background. But that's not the case here.
 
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Sun Apr 02, 2017 8:55 pm

CO953 wrote:
It's interesting that the advertising on airplanes seems inversely proportional to the size of the airline's fleet. You don't regularly see "outside" (non-airline) advertising on the exterior of an American Airlines or Delta jet. Yes, you do see things like "southwest dot com" painted on nacelles, but not usually outside advertisers. That said, yes Southwest does things like Shamu, but that is a whole-plane paint job which is done in a very striking manner. But even Southwest doesn't just turn the planes into text billboards. I wonder why?

Maybe I'm totally off-base, but, viewing the photos in this thread, you see a lot more outside advertising on small airlines which fly more often to airports without jet-bridges, providing a much better view of the advertisements to passengers as they embark/disembark.

I wouldn't think, at least in the USA, that it would be worth the while of advertisers or carriers to paint outside ads on the planes, because at major airports you would have so few passengers really paying attention. They enter and exit on jet-bridges and few even look at the airplane. Once they board the plane, the majority pull out personal devices, instead of looking out the windows to see the advertising. And, aside from fanatics like me, how often do you see people at the gate standing at the windows and plane-watching? Really not often. So unless the target audience is the ramp jockeys or passengers using jet-stairs, it would seem to me that outside advertising on a fuselage seems like an exercise in futility. And that's why the majors in the USA don't do it (although, didn't/doesn't Delta or United sometimes add a ".com" after the name?). You go to a baseball game at Dodger Stadium and they've covered nearly every available space with ads, because people are sitting there looking at the field and its background. But that's not the case here.


Not really. The jetbridges don't show in the pictures that's all because the photos are mostly taken while the Aircraft are taxiing.
 
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Sun Apr 02, 2017 9:34 pm

I don't know to what extent they'd be considered advertising, but there were the two silver US Airways 737s promoting their website:


Germanwings had an A319 advertising Park Inn at one point, as well:


Lastly, two TUIfly 737s with Deutsche Bahn liveries:
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Sun Apr 02, 2017 10:25 pm

Allegiant's Make-a-Wish and Visit Florida liveries.
 
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Mon Apr 03, 2017 1:24 am

Alitalia

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Travel Service

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Mon Apr 03, 2017 1:52 am

CO953 wrote:
It's interesting that the advertising on airplanes seems inversely proportional to the size of the airline's fleet. You don't regularly see "outside" (non-airline) advertising on the exterior of an American Airlines or Delta jet. Yes, you do see things like "southwest dot com" painted on nacelles, but not usually outside advertisers. That said, yes Southwest does things like Shamu, but that is a whole-plane paint job which is done in a very striking manner. But even Southwest doesn't just turn the planes into text billboards. I wonder why?

Maybe I'm totally off-base, but, viewing the photos in this thread, you see a lot more outside advertising on small airlines which fly more often to airports without jet-bridges, providing a much better view of the advertisements to passengers as they embark/disembark.

I wouldn't think, at least in the USA, that it would be worth the while of advertisers or carriers to paint outside ads on the planes, because at major airports you would have so few passengers really paying attention. They enter and exit on jet-bridges and few even look at the airplane. Once they board the plane, the majority pull out personal devices, instead of looking out the windows to see the advertising. And, aside from fanatics like me, how often do you see people at the gate standing at the windows and plane-watching? Really not often. So unless the target audience is the ramp jockeys or passengers using jet-stairs, it would seem to me that outside advertising on a fuselage seems like an exercise in futility. And that's why the majors in the USA don't do it (although, didn't/doesn't Delta or United sometimes add a ".com" after the name?). You go to a baseball game at Dodger Stadium and they've covered nearly every available space with ads, because people are sitting there looking at the field and its background. But that's not the case here.


Using your words, every planes should be painted in 100% white, with the minimal marks required by law to save money associated with design and maintaining a livery as no one would ever brother to watch it.
Clearly it is not the case and airlines spend a fortune to design their livery, even it is a Euro-white theme.
 
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Mon Apr 03, 2017 2:29 am

They dont have glass jet bridges in USA?
 
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Mon Apr 03, 2017 2:34 am

SkymarkAirline's old 767-300s and 200s had billboard advertisements on them for companies like Microsoft and Yahoo Japan.
Well uh, I obviously decided to refine this but i dont know how.
 
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Mon Apr 03, 2017 2:58 am

Some oldies:

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Re: Advertisement on aircraft livery?

Mon Apr 03, 2017 5:10 am

CO953 wrote:
It's interesting that the advertising on airplanes seems inversely proportional to the size of the airline's fleet. You don't regularly see "outside" (non-airline) advertising on the exterior of an American Airlines or Delta jet. Yes, you do see things like "southwest dot com" painted on nacelles, but not usually outside advertisers. That said, yes Southwest does things like Shamu, but that is a whole-plane paint job which is done in a very striking manner. But even Southwest doesn't just turn the planes into text billboards. I wonder why?

Maybe I'm totally off-base, but, viewing the photos in this thread, you see a lot more outside advertising on small airlines which fly more often to airports without jet-bridges, providing a much better view of the advertisements to passengers as they embark/disembark.

I wouldn't think, at least in the USA, that it would be worth the while of advertisers or carriers to paint outside ads on the planes, because at major airports you would have so few passengers really paying attention. They enter and exit on jet-bridges and few even look at the airplane. Once they board the plane, the majority pull out personal devices, instead of looking out the windows to see the advertising. And, aside from fanatics like me, how often do you see people at the gate standing at the windows and plane-watching? Really not often. So unless the target audience is the ramp jockeys or passengers using jet-stairs, it would seem to me that outside advertising on a fuselage seems like an exercise in futility. And that's why the majors in the USA don't do it (although, didn't/doesn't Delta or United sometimes add a ".com" after the name?). You go to a baseball game at Dodger Stadium and they've covered nearly every available space with ads, because people are sitting there looking at the field and its background. But that's not the case here.


Yes, in most cases the large-fleet airlines have little or no full livery advertising (although they may employ small stickers for special events of some sort, sponsorship of sports teams). There are perhaps several reasons including the cost of special paint jobs and the reluctance of potential advertisers to pay big bucks for ads on single aircraft.

Advertisers who weigh the cost by potential customer "exposures" will do much better advertising on the Internet or in specialized media.

Airlines will earn much more revenue from advertisers in their in-flight magazines. Much more. You can have competing ads within a magazine, but not really on the body of an aircraft. And the ad revenue comes in month after month. No repaints necessary.

In the list of airlines that I posted above, I failed to mention the Air Asia group or airlines. I have no "official" numbers to offer, but I think this group has more special liveries for various kinds of advertising, both in raw number and by percentage of fleet, than any other group having 100+ aircraft.
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Re: Advertisement on aircraft livery?

Wed Apr 05, 2017 7:11 pm

And this one came straight from the paint shop:

http://www.luchtvaartnieuws.nl/nieuws/c ... rene-moors

This Corendon 737-800 is flying with advertisement for the "Vriendenloterij" (friends lottery in English). A famous lottery in the Netherlands. Of course some of the prices to be won in the lottery are holidays offered by Corendon.
 
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Wed Apr 05, 2017 7:23 pm

CanadaFair wrote:
They dont have glass jet bridges in USA?

Not really no. There are a handful of exceptions but glass jet bridges are very rare in the US (cost more, requires more A/C, some have trouble meeting US fire codes).
 

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