United Airlines just unveiled its first new look since merging with Continental Airlines nearly a decade ago
- United Airlines unveiled its new livery on a Boeing 737NG airliner.
- It's United's first new paint scheme since the company merged with Continental Airlines in 2012.
- United's livery is an evolution of the old Continental paint design.
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United Airlines unveiled its brand-new livery on Wednesday. It's United's first new paint scheme since the company merged with Continental Airlines in 2012."As we improve and elevate our customer experience, we are changing the way people think and feel about United, and this branding captures that new spirit," United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz said in a statement. "This modernized design, especially our iconic globe, enhances the very best of United's image and values while pointing in the direction of where we intend to go next in serving our customers."Advertisement
United presented its new livery on a freshly painted Boeing 737NG airliner.
United's new livery is more evolutionary than revolutionary. It's actually the next iteration of the current paint scheme.
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