LVWTY wrote:Some sources talk to a Brazilian blog that is the new LH color scheme
http://caixapretadasolange.blogspot.com ... ta_17.html
777Mech wrote:gennadius wrote:Looks like a revised livery is happening. Per 747classic on another forum, he states that D-ABYA, LH's first 747-8, has been ferried to Rome for paint as the first aircraft in the new livery. He cites: http://www.skyliner-aviation.de/regdb.m ... av4&page=4
This was mentioned upthread already.
jeffh747 wrote:LVWTY wrote:
Can’t be. That’s a carbon copy of Joon, with the crane logo and Lufthansa titles slapped on.
BestWestern wrote:Airliners.net doesn’t like change of livery we should know by now.
abrelosojos wrote:WHY would you get rid of the iconic yellow for a dull grey?
gatibosgru wrote:Very boring, and as someone else said, very JOON...
SurlyBonds wrote:gatibosgru wrote:Very boring, and as someone else said, very JOON...
Well, yes, objectively it's a bit boring; it's certainly not the new AA livery (which I like). But then again, Lufthansa's current livery is boring -- the airline wants to evoke an "old faithful" kind of feeling -- and this is really just a refresh of the current livery. It's not *that* different. Judged in that context, I certainly don't think it's outrageous, and I like the contrast of the silver logo on the tail. Personally, I might prefer an oversize logo and a trim of yellow somewhere, perhaps on the engines, but that's quibbling. Lufthansa was never going to adopt an exciting, avant-garde livery.
NickWebb wrote:LH IS updating its livery and will be losing the yellow from the tail but the blue will extend over rear fuselage Qantas style.
Noshow wrote:If you have gold as your established logo colour how can you step back to silver? That's just second class. No more first? Big mistake I'd say.
FW200 wrote:For the circle was introduced no sooner than 1962 (and the employees didn't like it at all then - they thought the crane would look like it was locked up in the circle, deprived of its freedom and unable to fly):
SurlyBonds wrote:...and the more I think about it, the more I see why they may be ditching the yellow. Yellow is an "excitement" color; that's not what they want to convey. And I don't inherently think "Lufthansa" when I see yellow. Blue and yellow make me think of SQ, or maybe Jet Airways. Offhand, I (surprisingly) can't think of another airline that uses a Dallas Cowboys-esque dark blue and silver. Lufthansa may want to own that, especially judging by their new cabins.
The Qantas-style tail at least means this isn't a full Eurowhite; I think that's about the best we can expect from LH.
seahawk wrote:The whole brand will change.
IFixPlanes wrote:According to my knowledge the yellow will stay...
FW200 wrote:LVWTY wrote:
I don't like this too much. If they do want to replace their old livery, why not trying something like the livery suggested by → Boeing778X on page 1 of this thread, but removing the interrupted circle?
For the circle was introduced no sooner than 1962 (and the employees didn't like it at all then - they thought the crane would look like it was locked up in the circle, deprived of its freedom and unable to fly):
Jawaiiansky66 wrote:Bring back the big black nose...love it.
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-wjESlwQipw0/V ... ro%2B2.jpg
KLMatSJC wrote:Lufthansa or BOAC?
Alpenmilch85 wrote:New designt on a Boeing 747-8 will be presented aprox. in three weeks from now on. 100 years Lufthansa.
Cant wait. ..(..).. "the evolution of the crane".
More Inspiration abt. the possible future colours can be found at:
http://magazin.lufthansa.com/xx/en/nons ... om-himmel/
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