conaly wrote:Yeah, my first guess would also be Eurowings. Pretty much the same as Lufthansa, so they can swap planes whenever they want, just replace the crane with the stripes. As the whole LH group plans to unify their fleets (inside and outside) as much as possible, it would be plausible.
This makes the most sense. My first thought was that it was supposed to be a highly stylized version of UA's globe, but given the holiday in the US and how it lines up with LH's crane and shares its blue color it has to be an LH group airline. No way LH themselves would introduce a new livery so quick, and the other LHG brands have logos that are too iconic to ditch completely, which leaves Eurowings. It's a good excuse to ditch the random color splotches and line the airline up closer with its parent airline, at least visually. If Eurowings is supposed to be Lufthansa's holiday/charter/low cost subsidiary it makes sense for its livery to be a variation on that of the parent.