Aviation Photo #4113123 Boeing 777-300/ER - United Airlines

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    Chris P. Edwards
    United Airlines
    Boeing 777-300/ER
    Boeing 777-300
    Boeing 777-300
    Everett - Snohomish County / Paine Field
    December 7, 2016
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Arizona, USA
2 years ago
Shouldn't this be a B777-324ER, since the CO certificate was the surviving entity?
2 years ago
The Boeing certificate and the finance reports had registered the plane as a 777-322ER. They're using UA's customer code although they are operating on the CO certificate.

Source: https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/319687/000119312516615290/d202596d424b2.htm
2 years ago
Whether it's supposed to be 322ER or 324ER, that is a beautiful sight. Look at the light shining through the fan...UNITED is absolutely HUGE on the fuselage.
Vermont, USA
2 years ago
United, refresh your brand already! You're literally the last one with a cheatline and a boring one at that. Bring back the Tulip or change your name to Continental and be done with it. Just pick an airline!
2 years ago
This valuing the precious Tulip is absurd, as is the demand the Airline bring back the Continental name. Let it go. Seek therapy if you must to do so.
2 years ago
The tulip will never come back
Vermont, USA
2 years ago
Can you prove that? It was Smisek's doing to save money, and he's gone. The current livery is almost 27 years old. It's time to bring back the real United.
2 years ago
The real "United" is the merged airline of the old United and the old Continental. I believe the livery was chosen as a compromise of the merged carrier and, frankly, it was cheaper to transition to this livery when United had a hodgepodge of liveries Continental had a standard livery, United had several as they had not updated their rather old fleet. Customers would prefer what goes in the inside of the plane. If you cannot suffer the loss of the precious Tulip, seek help.
2 years ago
Even a 787 type cheatline would've looked awesome.
Iowa, USA
2 years ago
Wow, she sure is beautiful. Complete with Polaris business cabin!

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