Lufthansa 787-9 Current Livery in 8k, (Registration D-ABPA Berlin), aircraft delivered in August 2019.
Lufthansa Airlines currently operates 5 787's, all of the -9 type, transferred from Hainan Airlines (in the Hainan Airlines cabin configuration) with 39 more on order with 5 of those being transferred to Austrian Airlines, a Lufthansa subsidiary group (Wikipedia).
For the payware 4Simmers 787-9. Please do not PM me asking for help regarding the model as this is just a livery. Paintkit is rather limited at the moment in regards to engine and wing (might be limitation with the Asobo 787-10 model or I'm just terrible with Blender) for more complex liveries that involve engine/wing details. *UPDATE: 4Simmers released an updated paintkit and is pushing an update to the game model as well.
Used reference photos from various plane spotting websites, please let me know about any inaccuracies or missing livery details, only my second attempt at a livery and with Blender.
Install: Just unzip and drag and drop into the Community Folder
Known Issues/To Do List (Livery only):
- Spot on the fuselage by the rear elevators doesn't have the blue paint to match the tail (still looking for the part in Blender OR the developer may need to update the Blender paintkit-will update once figured out) *UPDATE: 4Simmers released an updated paintkit and is pushing an update to the game as well.
- Rear blue color that runs down the stabilizer onto the fuselage, the rear portion could have the paint touched up and filled more to look less air brushy.
Deutsche Lufthansa AG, commonly shortened to Lufthansa, serves as the flag carrier of Germany. When combined with its subsidiaries, it stands as the second-largest airline in Europe in terms of passengers carried, after the ultra low-cost carrier Ryanair. Lufthansa is also one of the five founding members of Star Alliance, which is the world's largest airline alliance, formed in 1997. Besides its own services, and owning subsidiary passenger airlines Austrian Airlines, Swiss International Air Lines, Brussels Airlines, and Eurowings.