|Title||Delta Livery Concept Boeing 767-300 Model Airplane|
|Collection||Delta Air Lines Promotional Objects|
|Description||This Boeing 767-300 model airplane is one of a set of models painted in proposed and modified versions of Delta aircraft livery, ca. 1994-2000. The model's registration number N102DA is that of Boeing 767-200 The Spirit of Delta. Model is plastic with a metal and wood base. Scale - 1:100|
|Artist/Maker||Pacific Miniatures (Pac Min)|
|Artist 2/Maker 2||Landor Associates|
Dimensions taken with stand
Width = Wingspan
Length = Nose to Tail
This model features a work-in-progress design by Landor Associates during development of two Delta aircraft paint schemes from 1994-2000.
Landor Associates designed Delta's "interim" aircraft paint scheme, or livery, which was introduced on April 10, 1997 in Atlanta. Delta’s triangular widget emblem was retained in its original form and appeared with new logotype and modernized cheatlines and tail paint. This was the first major overhaul of Delta's brand in over 30 years.
Just under half of Delta's planes had been repainted in the 1997 interim scheme, when it was replaced by the Colors in Motion livery, also designed by Landor Associates, and introduced in 2000.
Delta Air Lines
Logo, Delta Classic Widget
|Credit line||Delta Air Lines|
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