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Old 07-16-2019, 07:30 AM   #1
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Default Ryanair 737 drops 737 max logo.

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Default Re: Ryanair 737 drops 737 max logo.

Same thing happened with the Lockheed Electra!
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Default Re: Ryanair 737 drops 737 max logo.

American Airlines did the same with their McDonnell Douglas DC-10 airliners in order to avoid bad publicity & criticism after the crash of Flight 191.. they omitted the 'DC-10' name and left just 'Luxury Liner' instead..
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American Airlines did the same with their McDonnell Douglas DC-10 airliners in order to avoid bad publicity & criticism after the crash of Flight 191.. they omitted the 'DC-10' name and left just 'Luxury Liner' instead..
I remember when this was done.
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Default Re: Ryanair 737 drops 737 max logo.

Makes sense. Boeing really pushed the MAX branding/marketing hard. It's simple and catchy, and definitely something that sticks out in the mind of even non-enthusiasts, given all the negative media attention toward MAX. I wonder if other airlines will try to avoid the MAX branding, too. Time will tell.

Sounds like the grounding will last into 2020 now. Yikes. But I really don't feel sorry for Boeing at all.
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Same thing happened with the Lockheed Electra!
Not all airlines. Some had Electra MK II after the modifications.
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