) -- The new
says it has now repainted at least one model of every aircraft type in its fleet.
On Thursday, the carrier unveiled a 374-seat
747, the largest aircraft in its fleet, in the new livery with the new colors associated with the merger between United and
United has now painted 309 mainline and regional aircraft, more than 20% of its total fleet. "The ongoing visual rebranding of the company will accelerate in the months ahead, and customers will begin to see rebranded airport facilities and new advertising," the carrier said.
United operates approximately 5,675 daily flights to 372 airports around the world.
-- Written by Ted Reed in Charlotte
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