|Quoting BlatantEcho (Reply 17):|
The new AA livery is easily the worst in north america, but somehow the 752 makes it look not as terrible.
|Quoting laxboeingman (Reply 2):|
I just saw the picture of the 757 in the new paint job and I noticed a difference between its paint and others in the new livery. The rear door is fully painted in the tail portion of the scheme while that is not the case for other e/q types. I guess they are trying to keep the tail portion proportional for all of the e/q types, right?
|Quoting qqflyboy (Reply 9):|
There are two things at play here when it comes to how much of the aft door is painted. First of all, the paint extends down the fuselage at the same angle as the tail, and the aft door on the 757 is further back, or more of it is directly under the tail. Those two things will affect how much of the door is painted. Some tails may not be swept back as much, and some aft exit doors may not be as far back under the tail as on the 757. When you look at the various pictures, they're all relative.
|Quoting Jamake1 (Reply 19):|
Secondly: It would be nice if the winglets had the flagged tail logo on them...
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