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Million Dollar Paint Job On A T7

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Speaking from the experience of someone who flies an airplane painted a very deep color: That thing is going to be a b*&ch to maintain....

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They also want to be careful about which routes they use them on. Parking an all black plane in the desert somewhere can make it get very very hot. Still a cool looking scheme though.

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Speaking from the experience of someone who flies an airplane painted a very deep color: That thing is going to be a b*&ch to maintain....
It looks fantastic though! ;)

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That is one beautiful livery! The black screams importance.Just don't park it in the desert and it will be fine for the folks inside.

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That is a beautiful livery, and the 777-300ER is one gorgeous aircraft it looks really great.thank you for sharing

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Wow, that T7 looks amazing! Imagine flying the PMDG T7 with that livery. :(

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What a beautiful paint job! Don't think they have too many deserts to worry about, so they'll do fine. Miss flying on ANZ!

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Speaking from the experience of someone who flies an airplane painted a very deep color: That thing is going to be a b*&ch to maintain....
Just curious as to why? or do you mean just maintaining the paint job.

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Just curious as to why? or do you mean just maintaining the paint job.
Probably because the dark color doesn't reflect the heat like white does and it probably makes its inner components run at a hotter temperature which reduces their service time./guessing

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Hate to be the first person that scratches it :( You can imagine the person driving the catering truck sweating as he approaches the door

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