New KLM "Orange Pride" Boeing 777-300ER

KLM Updates its famous “Orange Pride” special livery ✈!

PH-BVA, the Boeing 777-300ER we all know, spent a few days in Malta while the new redesigned scheme was applied, so I’m requesting for the already existing livery to be updated! 🧡

What do you think about the new change? I personally like it, and if you do the same, be sure to drop a vote, thanks for the support!

Noice!

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Indeed it is! 🧡

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I like the change - looks better than the faded transition.

Looks definetly nice! Unfortunately I don’t have any votes left so it is up to everyone else to vote.

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Nice update! 👍

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Gate7: KLM’s Boeing 777 “Orange Pride” went through the paint workshop in Malta to refresh its livery which in the process incorporated the colors of the Dutch flag 📸 KLM & Chris Camille.

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Perhaps this topic violates the voting rules - special liveries are currently prohibited.

but as soon as the votes become available, I will share them! this livery is much better than the previous version😻

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I’m not requesting for a whole different livery, just for an update to the already existing one :)

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Beautiful!😍

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Looks gorgeous 😍
Would love this in game

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Thanks for the vote, indeed it looks stunning.

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Airways Magazine: KLM has updated its “Orange Pride” livery. The airline has replaced the color gradient by the Dutch flag.

PH-BVA, a Boeing 777-300ER, got its fresh coat of paint in Malta and flew back to Amsterdam this weekend.

📸: Bram Steeman / Dylan Portelli.

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Just lovely!!🧡

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I’m curious, are we allowed to request specialty liveries again? I thought we could only make feature requests for an airlines permanent livery. :)

Just voted 🧡🧡🩵

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And by the way, this topic was approved it’s not like I pop it here :)

I’d really like the updated livery, small bump =)

A little bump, I’d love to see the updated livery :) 🧡

This topic will stay open.
No bumping needed. :)

The design was changed because it was too complicated (and expensive) to maintain the transition, which looked liked this:

So now it’s changed to a simpler and less labor intensive (so cheaper) variant.

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