Every airline has their own branding on their planes, but for the most part, they’re all painted white. Why? The light color reflects sunlight and solar radiation while the plane is in flight and keeps the cabin cool. “It’s basically like putting sunblock on,” MIT Aeronautics and Astronautics professor R. John Hansman told Business Insider.
As passengers enter SAS’s new cabin, they are met by a gray color scheme with blue and light ash elements. The idea is to create a relaxing and comfortable atmosphere on board.