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Mon, Jul 02, 2007

Boeing Delivers 777-200ER In Asiana's New Livery

New Look Will Grace Carrier's Fleet Within Five Years

Late last week, Boeing delivered a 777-200ER (Extended Range) airplane to Asiana Airlines in the airline's new livery.

The South Korean-based airline introduced its new livery during a celebration in November 2006. The color scheme sports a tail design using traditional Korean colors on a gray background. The airline's fleet will be converted to the new livery over the next five years.

Asiana operates a mixed fleet of more than 60 airplanes, including 737s, 747s and 767s, that connects more than 60 cities in 17 countries.

Boeing notes the twin-engine 777 is the most fuel-efficient airplane in its category, while also releasing fewer emissions into the environment than its four-engine competitor, the Airbus A340.

FMI: www.boeing.com, www.flyasiana.com

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