American Airlines to stick to its stripes
January 7 , 2014
More than 60k employees of American Airlines voted in favor of the company sticking with the stripes on its aircrafts.
The voting took place before the company announced its collaboration with US Airways and adopted a new logo.
Former CEO of US Airways Doug Parker decided to let the workers decide on whether or not to stick to the previous design, which featured a red and blue "AA" logo and a blue eagle.
In order to save the cost on repainting every plane, Parker asked the employees to only decide on the tail design.