Aviation News

February 24, 2011

United-Continental Unveils First Boeing 747 in New Post-Merger Paint Scheme

United Continental new livery Boeing 747 N127UA

United Continental Holdings today officially unveiled their first Boeing 747-400 painted in the newly-merged airline’s updated livery.

United Continental new livery Boeing 747 N127UA

The 374-seat jumbo jet (N127UA) is among 309 re-painted aircraft which represent about 20 percent of the merged airline’s fleet.

United Continental new livery Boeing 747 N127UA

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