Central Air Lines (2012 [FICTIONAL]) - Boeing 757-239(W) - Livery Test #1

Central Air Lines (2012 [FICTIONAL]) - Boeing 757-239(W) - Livery Test #1

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Central Air Lines has a vast fleet of Boeing 757 aircraft. First delivered in 1983 to replace the 707 and DC-8 Jet Trader fleets, the 757-200, 757-200M, 757-300 and 757-300ER are in extensive service with Central Air Lines today. All 757s are currently fitted with winglets. Two liveries (Next Generation II and Next Generation III designed by Vishnu Nistala) were designed for Central, but the Next Generation III livery won. Ship 916 was temporarily painted in the proposed Next Generation II as a test. The 757 fleet is currently being the first of Central's large fleet to be repainted in to the new 2012 Next Generation III livery, which will serve the airline until at least 2026. Since the 757 fleet is almost 30 years old, making it the second oldest aircraft in Central's standard fleet, the 757 along with the MD-90 will be replaced by the 737 MAX 9 as time progresses. The equally old 767 fleet will be sooner replaced by the 787-8 and 787-9. The 747SP charter aircraft, dating back to 1974, will also be replaced by the 787-8. There are currently no plans to retire the 737NG and 777-200LR fleet. Lastly, the 737-200 and 727-200 (oldest still operating plane) will be replaced by the 737 MAX 7 and MAX 8 respectively. NOTE: The Central 757s are the only 757 to be delivered with General Electric CF6 engines. Original aircraft is by WilliamT. #757 #757200 #757200W #757239 #757239W #Air #Airlines #Boeing #Central #Lines #N916CL
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