airlines with all yellow or all red liveries

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What are the airlines that predominantly use an all red scheme or an all yellow scheme the only ones i can think of for all red Air Greenland http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/bd/Air_Greenland.jpg and for all Yellow DHL http://www.airport-technology.com/uploads/feature/feature65671/1-dhl.jpg
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How about the old Virgin Blue and Sterling Airlines liveries? Then there's the current Royal Mail 737 aircraft.

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Taken at Berlin Tegel in 2005... http://garyculpan.smugmug.com/Airplanes/Berlin-Tegel-November-2005/i-vXnLmDQ/0/XL/D-AGEP%20%20%20Hapag%20Lloyd%20Express%20B737-700%20%20%20Berlin%20Tegel%2C%20Germany%20%20%20October%202005-XL.jpg Sharm El Sheikh 2012... http://garyculpan.smugmug.com/Airplanes/Sharm-El-Sheikh-March-2012/i-5qVHZVN/0/XL/OY-MRH%20%20%20Sterling%20Airlines%20B737-700%20%20%20Sharm%20El%20Sheikh%2C%20Egypt%20%20%20March%202012-XL.jpg Birmingham 1996... http://garyculpan.smugmug.com/Airplanes/Various-Airports-1990s/i-Pqggdrz/0/XL/HB-IUH%20%20%20Crossair%20%27McDonalds%27%20MD-81%20%20%20Birmingham-XL.jpg Obvious one...Palma 2012.... http://garyculpan.smugmug.com/photos/i-VwsJqwR/0/XL/i-VwsJqwR-XL.jpg
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There are also a few medevac flights that are all yellow. For instance the Aero-Dienst (Germany) planes operating for ADAC with a fleet of Dornier 328s. Speaking of all-red in the past the special liveries from Qantas and Malaysia with the Wunala Dreaming and Hibiscus. I suppose the Hibiscus could be classified as mostly red.
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If you lived on the West Coast of North America in the 70s, you'l never forget Hughes Airwest (yes, owned by that Hughes). http://www.google.com/search?q=hughes+airwest&hl=en&tbo=u&qscrl=1&rlz=1T4ADRA_enUS410US410&tbm=isch&source=univ&sa=X&ei=S1cRUZCoFarwigLczIGgBA&sqi=2&ved=0CD4QsAQ&biw=1721&bih=878 It's said that in addition to the yellow paint, the windows were covered with a film that made them look lke mirrors from the outside...not that I ever noticed that on my flights with them.

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all red certainly seems to look better than all yellow with Air Greenland looking the sharpest
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best looking russian airliner
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best looking russian airliner
That's the livery of former operator Air Volga. They unfortunately went bankrupt so this livery will likely disappear sooner rather then later. Air Volga also had a few CRJs.