United’s first 737 MAX 9 made its initial appearance in full paint on Friday evening. The aircraft, which is due to start service on June 7, sported a different livery compared to its 737 counterparts.
After weeks of speculation, Lufthansa officially displayed its new livery in an unveiling ceremony on Wednesday in Frankfurt. Lufthansa’s new livery will focus more on dark blue and white, leaving out the yellow crane logo
American’s AstroJet retro paint scheme has been a long-enduring staple of the airline’s fleet. It is beloved among aviation enthusiasts and airline employees alike while still being recognizable by seasoned passengers. The original livery was