Within the community, I’ve found that a major consensus is that eurowhite liveries aren’t as appreciated as more colorful ones. For those who don’t know, eurowhite is a type of livery on an airplane that is primarily white, with a few splashes of color on the engines and/or tail. Some airlines have switched their primary liveries to eurowhite to freshen them up. One of the most recent examples is Aer Lingus.
In my opinion, these updates make older liveries look fresh and attractive. However, some don’t share this sentiment. Is there an explanation? Or is it just that people have grown attached to older liveries and hate to see them go?
Some other examples:
Fun fact: although it’s called eurowhite, it actually originated in the United States with Air West.