Boeing 737 of SAS is wearing a Zorro mask

Black borders on the cockpit window is a feature of Airbus are actually. SAS has now missed a Boeing 737 on a Zorro mask.

Unusual sight: A photo of the plan of spot-TERS Stian Haabeth shows the first Boeing 737 SAS Scandinavian Airlines, which carries the new Design. The Exciting thing is not about the new silver SAS-lettering or the blue Transition of the tail fin to the fuselage. Much more interesting is the cockpit Windows are.

Around this window, a black border is the 13-year-old Boeing 737-700 with the recognition SE-RJX namely. This Zorro mask is actually a feature of the aircraft from Airbus, not Boeing. It is a pure design element.

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