Earlier today, Boeing released the first images of the first Boeing 787 destined for Japan Airlines.
From the Boeing press release:
The first Boeing (NYSE: BA) 787 Dreamliner to enter service for Japan Airlines (JAL) rolled out of the paint hangar last night. The airplane’s livery features the iconic new brand mark on its tail and underscores the airline’s commitment to provide the highest level of service to customers and contribute to the advancement of society. The logo is a distinct symbol of the airline which was the first Japanese carrier to fly internationally from Japan since 1954.
JAL will be beginning service to Delhi in 2012 using 787s, and this aircraft will be a welcome addition to the collections of many Indian spotters. In my personal opinion, the livery is a bit bland. Then again, I do have sort of an eclectic taste when it comes to liveries.