Photo © Ralph Duenas
Photo © Sergio Domingos
Photo © Carlos Aleman - SJU Aviation Photography
Photo © Ariel Shocron
Photo © DAI - Dutch Aviation Images
Photo © Fabio Laranjeira - Contato Radar
And the photo that really inspired this:
Photo © Europix
Although none of theses are really great examples, I can't remember any better/older ones.
1) Why (esp. as has been established the vast majority of the flying public doesn't care about what they're flying on let alone know)?
2) Since, for example, in Boeing's case that stylized "Boeing Font" is a Boeing trademark, don't the airlines need to get permission?
Why would an airline want to go to the extra cost (decal printing, installation and maintenance) and hassle (getting the OK to use the logo) for something very few people will care about/notice?