Delta Air Lines has unveiled another new corporate livery on a Boeing 777-200 as part of a wider "customer-focused" re-branding effort launched last month. The airline is one-third of the way through repainting its 586-strong fleet with a revised scheme, launched three years ago. The latest revamp removes the words "Air Lines" from its aircraft livery, and add a new tail paint scheme and rounded triangular logo. Delta says it will take 3.5 years to compete the switch to the latest livery.
Source: Flight International