EVA Airway’s newest 777-300ER (B-16725) rolled out of paint hanger in Portland, Oregon on Tuesday (10/27) with the new paint theme.
The standard EVA Air livery utilizes dark green, signifying durability, and orange, representing technological innovation. The tail globe logo is intended to represent stability and reliability, and its positioning on the tail, with one corner off the edge, represents service innovation. The EVA Air livery was updated in 2002, adding a larger typeface and the use of green covering the aircraft below the window line. The tail design and logo remained unchanged. The new livery update in 2015 is believe to be a sign of adapting to the flexibility of their next generation wide body aircraft, potentially the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
EVA Air has begun the process of repainting their fleet with the new livery that was debuted on B-16725 in November 2015.