New colour scheme Lufthansa
In February 2018, Lufthansa released the first images of its new house style. Last month, the first Airbus A380 was given a makeover. This Airbus A380 was repainted in the new house style in Guangzhou, China.
The colour yellow has disappeared from the logo and has been adjusted to blue. With the new colour scheme, Lufthansa aims to create a more premium and modern image. The century-old logo with the crane in flight continues to have a prominent place in the company’s looks. In the coming years, Lufthansa’s other A380s will also be fitted out in the new colour scheme.
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