LAMINAR LIVERIES

There is always something to be said for tradition. The developers behind X-Plane have created an amazing environment with open source abilities for add-ons, new aircraft and more. The following are liveries to be used with the original Laminar Research 737 included in X-Plane 11.

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BRAVO 737 HOUSE LIVERY

Want the stock feel without the stock look? Then you will want the BRAVO 737 House Livery. The various techniques used to paint the Laminar Research 737 includes image wrapping, gradients, reverse cutouts and more.

Always sporting the "Flying for the original Frontier Airlines" message, our BRAVO 737 house livery will be one you will surely want to download, use, screen cap, share and love!

NOTE: Files included are repaints only. You will need to have the standard Laminar Research 737 in your aircraft files.

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FRONTIER AIRLINES CRESCENT AND ARROW LIVERY

First unveiled in February 1968 in this configuration, the crescent and arrow livery of the original Frontier debuted on the airline's first jet engine aircraft, the Boeing 727-100 and 727-200. Frontier called them the "Arrow-jets" and they transitioned the airline from the DHC-6 Otters and CV-380 Convairs into the jet age.

 

Later, the company traded their 727 fleet for the 737-200 series aircraft. This became the more familiar fleet for the airline. This is an adapted version of the 1968 livery with two options offered, the standard gray engine pods or the white pods with crescent logo emblazed upon them. Simply change the file name to whichever works for your home fleet. 

NOTE: Files included are repaints only. You will need to have the standard Laminar Research 737 in your aircraft files.

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FRONTIER AIRLINES SUNSET LIVERY WITH GRAY PODS

Originally introduced on April 30, 1978, the stylized F livery (also known as the sunset livery) was designed by Saul Bass. The livery marked the growth and shift of Frontier from being a regional airline to a national carrier and ultimately domestic.

The adaptation to the original livery on this Laminar Research 737-800/900 features winglets for both upper and lower winglets as well as gray engine pod covers.

NOTE: Files included are repaints only. You will need to have the standard Laminar Research 737 in your aircraft files.

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FRONTIER AIRLINES REIMAGENED

Although another "Frontier" began operations in 1994, there still was the original core of employees and leadership who felt the airline closed too soon. Due to airline deregulation, oil prices and mergers forcing airlines to revisit investment goals, Frontier ceased operations in August 1986. But what if they airline was able to survive, what would the livery look like today?

This is a re-imagined livery using the Saul Bass design as inspiration and moving forward. Although, the time from 1986 until 2019 is a large gap (and there might have been another version in middle...hint, hint), this is the BRAVO 737 vision of what Frontier Airlines might look like today if it were still flying the sunset colors of Mr. Bass.

NOTE: Files included are repaints only. You will need to have the standard Laminar Research 737 in your aircraft files.

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