Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has revealed an update of its aircraft livery, as the carrier steps up an appeal to environmentally conscious travelers by giving them the option to pay for less-polluting biofuel. The new color scheme, the airline’s first revision of its livery for more than 20 years, sees its traditional blue tailfin extended over the rear fuselage, while the engine nacelles lose their traditional orange in favor of silver-gray with a blue band and the name ...

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