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Topic: AA's Repaint Sched?
Username: blueman87
Posted 2013-02-03 06:46:40 and read 8126 times.

What is the Scheduale of AA repainting there Planes???

Topic: RE: AA's Repaint Sched?
Username: piedmont727
Posted 2013-02-03 08:55:17 and read 7861 times.

im not sure what the schedule is but if ur looking for where at DFW there being painted in the east side hangar

Topic: RE: AA's Repaint Sched?
Username: american 767
Posted 2013-02-03 11:11:06 and read 7562 times.

I believe that end of this year, at least one quarter of the fleet will already be repainted, if not one third. At that rate, the whole fleet should be repainted by 2018. By then the AA blue and white logo on the tail will be history, 2020 at the latest.

Ben Soriano

Topic: RE: AA's Repaint Sched?
Username: FWAERJ
Posted 2013-02-03 11:15:26 and read 7545 times.

Quoting american 767 (Reply 2):

I believe that end of this year, at least one quarter of the fleet will already be repainted, if not one third.

IIRC, Eagle should repaint half of their fleet (most likely ERJs that will not be retired or replaced by larger aircraft) by year-end as well. And all new Eagle deliveries of the new larger RJs like RW's E175s, and I think the EV CR2s as well, will enter the fleet in the new AA/Eagle livery.

[Edited 2013-02-03 11:16:16]

Topic: RE: AA's Repaint Sched?
Username: SPREE34
Posted 2013-02-03 11:20:15 and read 7503 times.

I'd bet only aircraft due for repaint, until the merger is decided Yay or Nay. That should be coming sooner than later.

Topic: RE: AA's Repaint Sched?
Username: 727LOVER
Posted 2013-02-03 11:22:18 and read 7488 times.

How many so far?

Just N908NN & N718AN?

With N717AN and N719AN waiting?

Topic: RE: AA's Repaint Sched?
Username: 71Zulu
Posted 2013-02-03 11:27:19 and read 7458 times.

N908NN
N717AN
N718AN are done

N368AA in paint shop ROW

Topic: RE: AA's Repaint Sched?
Username: PHLapproach
Posted 2013-02-03 13:38:59 and read 7150 times.

Quoting FWAERJ (Reply 3):
I think the EV CR2s as well, will enter the fleet in the new AA/Eagle livery.

The EV birds are all entering the fleet in old colors. This is due to some kind of "paint issue". Probably more of a stencil issue as far as one being done for the CRJ2s yet. Plus those birds have to be in the air in one week.

Topic: RE: AA's Repaint Sched?
Username: TWA772LR
Posted 2013-02-03 14:31:25 and read 6825 times.

When is the first MD80 supposed to be painted?

Topic: RE: AA's Repaint Sched?
Username: PHX787
Posted 2013-02-03 14:39:11 and read 6727 times.

Quoting TWA772LR (Reply 8):
When is the first MD80 supposed to be painted?

I dont think any of them are getting painted. If any, it will be the last few to be retired.

Topic: RE: AA's Repaint Sched?
Username: fraspotter
Posted 2013-02-03 15:52:58 and read 6066 times.

Quoting PHX787 (Reply 9):

I dont think any of them are getting painted. If any, it will be the last few to be retired.

It has been stated in other threads that even though the 738 fleet now outnumbers the S80 fleet, it will still be several years (3-5) before all S80s are retired. More than a few will surely see the new scheme even if its only for a few years...

Topic: RE: AA's Repaint Sched?
Username: kann123air
Posted 2013-02-03 16:47:11 and read 5679 times.

How about the 763 fleet? I know the 762s are going to be out soon....

Topic: RE: AA's Repaint Sched?
Username: fraspotter
Posted 2013-02-03 16:59:44 and read 5566 times.

Quoting kann123air (Reply 11):
How about the 763 fleet? I know the 762s are going to be out soon....

Well N368AA is in the shop now so that makes at least one...

Topic: RE: AA's Repaint Sched?
Username: TZTriStar500
Posted 2013-02-03 19:52:24 and read 4534 times.

Quoting piedmont727 (Reply 1):
at DFW there being painted in the east side hangar

AA does not paint their own aircraft and never have to this extent. There is also no paint facility at DFW. From what I know, AA is using Leading Edge Aviation Services and Dean Baldwin, both of which have multiple paint facilities. The only airline in the US that has its own paint facility is DL TechOps in ATL.

Topic: RE: AA's Repaint Sched?
Username: OB1504
Posted 2013-02-03 20:32:14 and read 4255 times.

Which will be the first 737 to wear the new colors straight from the factory? I noticed today that N914NN (ship 3JY) is in service now, but I didn't get a chance to confirm what color scheme she was in.

Topic: RE: AA's Repaint Sched?
Username: piedmont727
Posted 2013-02-03 20:41:55 and read 4188 times.

any news on flagships and the one worlds getting painted? i just saw the 767-3 oneworld takeoff in the old logo yesterday

Topic: RE: AA's Repaint Sched?
Username: SKAirbus
Posted 2013-02-04 05:30:33 and read 2117 times.

Are there any renders of the A32X in the new colours?

Topic: RE: AA's Repaint Sched?
Username: brilondon
Posted 2013-02-04 05:36:47 and read 2077 times.

Quoting piedmont727 (Reply 15):
any news on flagships and the one worlds getting painted? i just saw the 767-3 oneworld takeoff in the old logo yesterday

As far as flagships are concerned, it all depends on how you define flagship, the 773 is already in the new paint, or if you think that the largest number in the fleet, the debut of that one was on the first plane they showed us the new paint. The one world scheme would either be on a new 773 or on an existing one when it comes in for heavy maintenance.

Topic: RE: AA's Repaint Sched?
Username: A388
Posted 2013-02-04 05:45:04 and read 2013 times.

Quoting OB1504 (Reply 14):
Which will be the first 737 to wear the new colors straight from the factory? I noticed today that N914NN (ship 3JY) is in service now, but I didn't get a chance to confirm what color scheme she was in.

There is information on this in below thread:

http://www.airliners.net/aviation-fo...eneral_aviation/read.main/5666674/


N914NN seems to be painted in the airline's old livery.

A388


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