Asiana's Unicef A330:
We spotted this Asiana plane at JFK recently, and the little blue "Unicef" logo near its nose made us wonder exactly how many airlines pass the little envelopes in collection. According to the organization itself, those airlines are Aer Lingus, Alitalia, ANA, American Airlines, Asiana, Cathay Pacific, Finnair, Japan Airlines and Qantas. Look hard and you'll see a similar Unicef logo on Japan Airlines jets as welland more than just one.
Southwest's "Spirit of Hope" Boeing 737:
Just like Asiana, Southwest stays minimal with their charity logos. In this case, for the "Spirit of Hope" 737 painted up in 2004, SWA celebrates the 30th anniversary of Ronald McDonald House. Believe it or not, the Ronald McDonald House program is the primary corporate charity of Southwest Airlines, with golf tournaments and everything.
[Photos: Jaunted, Southwest Air]