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Delta Livery List - January 2009  
User currently offlineQFATWA From Australia, joined Jun 1999, 730 posts, RR: 0
Posted (5 years 6 months 3 weeks 4 days 17 hours ago) and read 6422 times:

Taken from December list - dated 12th December. Anything in three weeks?

Delta Air Lines

737-700:
N301DQ
N302DQ
N303DQ
N304DQ
N305DQ

737-800:
N3744F

747-400:
N665US

757-200:
N602DL
N608DA
N610DL - Breast Cancer Research Foundation
N613DL
N615DL
N616DL
N621DL
N622DL
N623DL
N626DL
N627DL
N628DL
N629DL
N633DL
N634DL
N636DL
N638DL
N639DL
N640DL
N641DL
N644DL
N647DL
N649DL
N652DL
N654DL
N657DL
N684DA
N687DL
N688DL
N689DL
N690DL
N692DL
N695DL
N696DL
N697DL
N698DL
N699DL
N6700
N6701
N6703D
N6704Z
N6705Y
N6706Q
N6707A
N6708D
N6709
N6710E
N6711M
N6713Y
N6714Q
N6715C - Grammy Awards titles
N67171

757-200 (winglets):
N702TW
N703TW
N704X
N705TW
N706TW
N707TW
N709TW
N710TW
N711ZX
N712TW
N713TW
N717TW
N718TW
N721TW
N722TW
N723TW
N727TW

767-300:
N125DL
N128DL
N130DL
N135DL
N143DA

767-300ER:
N1201P
N1602
N1604R
N1605
N1612T
N171DZ - Habitat for Humanity
N174DN
N175DN
N177DN
N180DN
N181DN
N183DN
N184DN

777-200ER:
N863DA
N864DA
N866DA

777-200LR:
N701DN - The Delta Spirit
N702DN

MD-88:
N908DL
N903DE
N908DE
N909DE
N910DE
N911DE
N912DE
N913DE
N914DE
N915DE
N916DE

MD-90:
N902DA
N903DA
N904DA
N912DN


Delta Connection

CRJ200 - ASA:
N826AS
N827AS
N836AS
N837AS
N838AS
N839AS
N840AS
N841AS
N842AS
N843AS
N844AS
N845AS
N846AS
N847AS
N848AS
N849AS
N850AS
N851AS
N852AS
N853AS
N854AS
N856AS
N855AS
N857AS
N858AS
N859AS
N860AS
N861AS
N868AS
N882AS
N886AS
N901EV
N922EV

CRJ100/200 - Comair:
N409CA
N447CA
N587SW
N588SW
N594SW
N597SW
N716CA
N721CA
N816CA
N818CA
N868CA
N914CA
N924CA
N927CA
N934CA
N936CA
N938CA
N959CA
N960CA
N964CA

CRJ200 - Skywest:
N430SW
N432SW
N433SW
N435SW
N437SW
N439SW
N440SW
N463SW

CRJ900 - Comair:
N538CA
N548CA
N549CA
N554CA
N582CA
N676CA
N678CA
N679CA
N689CA
N691CA
N692CA
N693CA
N695CA - 30th Anniversary livery
N918CA

CRJ900 - Pinnacle:
N600LR
N601LR
N602LR
N604LR
N605LR
N606LR
N607LR
N146PQ
N147PQ
N153PQ
N161PQ
N162PQ
N163PQ
N166PQ
N170PQ
N176PQ
N181PQ

CRJ900 - Skywest
N822SK

ERJ-145 - Freedom:
N856MJ
N857MJ
N858MJ
N859MJ
N860MJ

EMB-175 - Shuttle America:
N201JQ
N202JQ
N203JQ
N204JQ
N206JQ
N207JQ
N208JQ
N958WH

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User currently offlineSESGDL From United States of America, joined Jan 2001, 3466 posts, RR: 10
Reply 1, posted (5 years 6 months 3 weeks 4 days 17 hours ago) and read 6400 times:

Delta Air Lines

A320-200:
N314US

737-700:
N301DQ
N302DQ
N303DQ
N304DQ
N305DQ

737-800:
N3744F

747-400:
N665US

757-200:
N602DL
N608DA
N610DL - Breast Cancer Research Foundation
N613DL
N615DL
N616DL
N619DL
N621DL
N622DL
N623DL
N626DL
N627DL
N628DL
N629DL
N633DL
N634DL
N636DL
N638DL
N639DL
N640DL
N641DL
N644DL
N647DL
N649DL
N652DL
N654DL
N657DL
N684DA
N687DL
N688DL
N689DL
N690DL
N692DL
N695DL
N696DL
N697DL
N698DL
N699DL
N6700
N6701
N6703D
N6704Z
N6705Y
N6706Q
N6707A
N6708D
N6709
N6710E
N6711M
N6713Y
N6714Q
N6715C - Grammy Awards titles
N67171
N539US

757-200 (winglets):
N702TW
N703TW
N704X
N705TW
N706TW
N707TW
N709TW
N710TW
N711ZX
N712TW
N713TW
N717TW
N718TW
N721TW
N722TW
N723TW
N727TW

767-300:
N125DL
N128DL
N130DL
N135DL
N143DA

767-300ER:
N1201P
N1602
N1604R
N1605
N1612T
N171DZ - Habitat for Humanity
N174DN
N175DN
N177DN
N180DN
N181DN
N183DN
N184DN
N187DN
N192DN
N194DN

777-200ER:
N863DA
N864DA
N866DA

777-200LR:
N701DN - The Delta Spirit
N702DN

DC-9-50:
N776NC

MD-88:
N908DL
N903DE
N908DE
N909DE
N910DE
N911DE
N912DE
N913DE
N914DE
N915DE
N916DE

MD-90:
N902DA
N903DA
N904DA
N912DN


Delta Connection

CRJ200 - ASA:
N826AS
N827AS
N836AS
N837AS
N838AS
N839AS
N840AS
N841AS
N842AS
N843AS
N844AS
N845AS
N846AS
N847AS
N848AS
N849AS
N850AS
N851AS
N852AS
N853AS
N854AS
N856AS
N855AS
N857AS
N858AS
N859AS
N860AS
N861AS
N868AS
N882AS
N886AS
N901EV
N922EV

CRJ100/200 - Comair:
N409CA
N447CA
N587SW
N588SW
N594SW
N597SW
N716CA
N721CA
N816CA
N818CA
N868CA
N914CA
N924CA
N927CA
N934CA
N936CA
N938CA
N959CA
N960CA
N964CA

CRJ200 - Skywest:
N418SW
N430SW
N432SW
N433SW
N435SW
N437SW
N439SW
N440SW
N463SW

CRJ900 - Comair:
N538CA
N548CA
N549CA
N554CA
N582CA
N676CA
N678CA
N679CA
N689CA
N691CA
N692CA
N693CA
N695CA - 30th Anniversary livery
N918CA

CRJ900 - Pinnacle:
N600LR
N601LR
N602LR
N604LR
N605LR
N606LR
N607LR
N146PQ
N147PQ
N153PQ
N161PQ
N162PQ
N163PQ
N166PQ
N170PQ
N176PQ
N181PQ

CRJ900 - Skywest
N822SK
N823SK
N824SK

ERJ-145 - Freedom:
N856MJ
N857MJ
N858MJ
N859MJ
N860MJ

EMB-175 - Shuttle America:
N201JQ
N202JQ
N203JQ
N204JQ
N206JQ
N207JQ
N208JQ
N209JQ
N210JQ
N211JQ
N958WH

Added N619DL, N187DN, N192DN, N194DN, N209JQ, N210JQ, N211JQ, N418SW, N823SK and N824SK. Also added N314US, N776NC and N539US for NW.

Jeremy


User currently offlinePilotboi From United States of America, joined Sep 2007, 2366 posts, RR: 9
Reply 2, posted (5 years 6 months 3 weeks 4 days 16 hours ago) and read 6312 times:



Quoting QFATWA (Thread starter):
Anything in three weeks?

Plenty:

Add: N776NC, the DC-9.

Add: N314US, the A320.

(You may want to separate NW's Delta-painted planes)

Add: N618DL, a 757, spotted in KPAE on 11/25/08: http://paineairport.com/kpae1478.htm

Add: N659DL, a 757.

Add: N306DQ, a 737-700, spotted at Boeing on 12/8/08: http://www.flickr.com/photos/liem/3094168059/ (Should be delivered in January if it already isn't)

Remove: N134DL, a 767-300, will be WFU and sent to VCV on Jan 5th.

Add: N823SK and N824SK, SkyWest CRJ-900s, recently delivered.

Add: N209JQ, N210JQ, N211JQ, N212JQ, and N213JQ, Shuttle America E-175s, recently delivered.

Add: N186PQ, N187PQ, N195PQ, N197PQ, and N200PQ, Pinnacle CRJ-900s, recently delivered.

And for those who care (Warning: lame story follows, only read if you're bored): I just spent 30 minutes solving a confusing mystery. While comparing the Anet lists to my own, I found a few discrepancies that didn't make sense. First I came across N918CA, listed on here as a repainted Comair CR9. Realizing that there was no such aircraft, I went back to find out who added it and why. After going all the way back to the March 2008 list, I found out it was ME who suggested to add it to the list. However I stated that it was a CRJ-200 (which is correct). Then the person who actually added it to the list put it in the wrong section. It has stayed this way for 9 months! So now I'm trying to figure out why my Comair CRJ-200 lists don't match up. I come to find that N818CA was added to the list back in July. This was a typo by the person adding it and THIS was supposed to be N918CA. So to conclude this is what needs to be corrected:

Remove: N918CA from the Comair CRJ-900 list.

Change: N818CA to N918CA on the Comair CRJ-200 list.


User currently offlineBok269 From United States of America, joined May 2007, 2105 posts, RR: 0
Reply 3, posted (5 years 6 months 3 weeks 4 days 16 hours ago) and read 6268 times:

I saw N653DL (757) at CUN on Tuesday in new colors.


"Reality is wrong, dreams are for real." -Tupac
User currently offlineDeltaL1011man From United States of America, joined Sep 2005, 9289 posts, RR: 14
Reply 4, posted (5 years 6 months 3 weeks 4 days 15 hours ago) and read 6250 times:

A320-200:
N314US

737-700:
N301DQ
N302DQ
N303DQ
N304DQ
N305DQ
N306DQ

737-800:
N3744F

747-400:
N665US

757-200:
N602DL
N608DA
N610DL - Breast Cancer Research Foundation
N613DL
N615DL
N616DL
N618DL
N619DL
N621DL
N622DL
N623DL
N626DL
N627DL
N628DL
N629DL
N633DL
N634DL
N636DL
N638DL
N639DL
N640DL
N641DL
N644DL
N647DL
N649DL
N652DL
N653DL
N654DL
N657DL
N659DL
N684DA
N687DL
N688DL
N689DL
N690DL
N692DL
N695DL
N696DL
N697DL
N698DL
N699DL
N6700
N6701
N6703D
N6704Z
N6705Y
N6706Q
N6707A
N6708D
N6709
N6710E
N6711M
N6713Y
N6714Q
N6715C - Grammy Awards titles
N67171
N539US

757-200 (winglets):
N702TW
N703TW
N704X
N705TW
N706TW
N707TW
N709TW
N710TW
N711ZX
N712TW
N713TW
N717TW
N718TW
N721TW
N722TW
N723TW
N727TW

767-300:
N125DL
N128DL
N130DL
N135DL
N143DA

767-300ER:
N1201P
N1602
N1604R
N1605
N1612T
N171DZ - Habitat for Humanity
N174DN
N175DN
N177DN
N180DN
N181DN
N183DN
N184DN
N187DN
N192DN
N194DN

777-200ER:
N863DA
N864DA
N866DA

777-200LR:
N701DN - The Delta Spirit
N702DN

DC-9-50:
N776NC

MD-88:
N908DL
N903DE
N908DE
N909DE
N910DE
N911DE
N912DE
N913DE
N914DE
N915DE
N916DE

MD-90:
N902DA
N903DA
N904DA
N912DN


Delta Connection

CRJ200 - ASA:
N826AS
N827AS
N836AS
N837AS
N838AS
N839AS
N840AS
N841AS
N842AS
N843AS
N844AS
N845AS
N846AS
N847AS
N848AS
N849AS
N850AS
N851AS
N852AS
N853AS
N854AS
N856AS
N855AS
N857AS
N858AS
N859AS
N860AS
N861AS
N868AS
N882AS
N886AS
N901EV
N922EV

CRJ100/200 - Comair:
N409CA
N447CA
N587SW
N588SW
N594SW
N597SW
N716CA
N721CA
N816CA
N868CA
N914CA
N918CA
N924CA
N927CA
N934CA
N936CA
N938CA
N959CA
N960CA
N964CA

CRJ200 - Skywest:
N418SW
N430SW
N432SW
N433SW
N435SW
N437SW
N439SW
N440SW
N463SW

CRJ900 - Comair:
N538CA
N548CA
N549CA
N554CA
N582CA
N676CA
N678CA
N679CA
N689CA
N691CA
N692CA
N693CA
N695CA - 30th Anniversary livery


CRJ900 - Pinnacle:
N600LR
N601LR
N602LR
N604LR
N605LR
N606LR
N607LR
N146PQ
N147PQ
N153PQ
N161PQ
N162PQ
N163PQ
N166PQ
N170PQ
N176PQ
N181PQ
N186PQ
N187PQ
N195PQ
N197PQ
N200PQ

CRJ900 - Skywest
N822SK
N823SK
N824SK

ERJ-145 - Freedom:
N856MJ
N857MJ
N858MJ
N859MJ
N860MJ

EMB-175 - Shuttle America:
N201JQ
N202JQ
N203JQ
N204JQ
N206JQ
N207JQ
N208JQ
N209JQ
N210JQ
N211JQ
N958WH



yep.
User currently offlineSuper80DFW From United States of America, joined Oct 2007, 1687 posts, RR: 11
Reply 5, posted (5 years 6 months 3 weeks 4 days 15 hours ago) and read 6224 times:

Delta Air Lines

A320-200:
N314US

737-700:
N301DQ
N302DQ
N303DQ
N304DQ
N305DQ
N306DQ (Will be delivered soon, if not already)

737-800:
N3744F

747-400:
N665US

757-200:
N602DL
N608DA
N610DL - Breast Cancer Research Foundation
N613DL
N615DL
N616DL
N618DL
N619DL
N621DL
N622DL
N623DL
N626DL
N627DL
N628DL
N629DL
N633DL
N634DL
N636DL
N638DL
N639DL
N640DL
N641DL
N644DL
N647DL
N649DL
N652DL
N653DL
N654DL
N657DL
N659DL
N684DA
N687DL
N688DL
N689DL
N690DL
N692DL
N695DL
N696DL
N697DL
N698DL
N699DL
N6700
N6701
N6703D
N6704Z
N6705Y
N6706Q
N6707A
N6708D
N6709
N6710E
N6711M
N6713Y
N6714Q
N6715C - Grammy Awards titles
N67171
N539US

757-200 (winglets):
N702TW
N703TW
N704X
N705TW
N706TW
N707TW
N709TW
N710TW
N711ZX
N712TW
N713TW
N717TW
N718TW
N721TW
N722TW
N723TW
N727TW

767-300:
N125DL
N128DL
N130DL
N135DL
N143DA

767-300ER:
N1201P
N1602
N1604R
N1605
N1612T
N171DZ - Habitat for Humanity
N174DN
N175DN
N177DN
N180DN
N181DN
N183DN
N184DN
N187DN
N192DN
N194DN

777-200ER:
N863DA
N864DA
N866DA

777-200LR:
N701DN - The Delta Spirit
N702DN

DC-9-50:
N776NC

MD-88:
N908DL
N903DE
N908DE
N909DE
N910DE
N911DE
N912DE
N913DE
N914DE
N915DE
N916DE

MD-90:
N902DA
N903DA
N904DA
N912DN


Delta Connection

CRJ200 - ASA:
N826AS
N827AS
N836AS
N837AS
N838AS
N839AS
N840AS
N841AS
N842AS
N843AS
N844AS
N845AS
N846AS
N847AS
N848AS
N849AS
N850AS
N851AS
N852AS
N853AS
N854AS
N856AS
N855AS
N857AS
N858AS
N859AS
N860AS
N861AS
N868AS
N882AS
N886AS
N901EV
N922EV

CRJ100/200 - Comair:
N409CA
N447CA
N587SW
N588SW
N594SW
N597SW
N716CA
N721CA
N816CA
N868CA
N914CA
N918CA
N924CA
N927CA
N934CA
N936CA
N938CA
N959CA
N960CA
N964CA

CRJ200 - Skywest:
N418SW
N430SW
N432SW
N433SW
N435SW
N437SW
N439SW
N440SW
N463SW

CRJ900 - Comair:
N538CA
N548CA
N549CA
N554CA
N582CA
N676CA
N678CA
N679CA
N689CA
N691CA
N692CA
N693CA
N695CA - 30th Anniversary livery

CRJ900 - Pinnacle:
N600LR
N601LR
N602LR
N604LR
N605LR
N606LR
N607LR
N146PQ
N147PQ
N153PQ
N161PQ
N162PQ
N163PQ
N166PQ
N170PQ
N176PQ
N181PQ
N186PQ
N187PQ
N195PQ
N197PQ
N200PQ

CRJ900 - Skywest
N822SK
N823SK
N824SK

ERJ-145 - Freedom:
N856MJ
N857MJ
N858MJ
N859MJ
N860MJ

EMB-175 - Shuttle America:
N201JQ
N202JQ
N203JQ
N204JQ
N206JQ
N207JQ
N208JQ
N209JQ
N210JQ
N211JQ
N212JQ
N213JQ
N958WH

List updated.



"Things change, friends leave, life doesn't stop for anybody." -- EAT'EM UP EAT'EM UP KSU!!
User currently offline1337Delta764 From United States of America, joined Oct 2005, 6433 posts, RR: 2
Reply 6, posted (5 years 6 months 3 weeks 4 days 15 hours ago) and read 6219 times:

So, when can we expect to see the SkyTeam livery 764ER? I know that the seven remaining domestic 764ERs will soon be converted to international and will be getting AVOD and the new Thompson Vantage suites in J. Perhaps the new SkyTeam livery will be introduced on the first to get the new interior.


The Pink Delta 767-400ER - The most beautiful aircraft in the sky
User currently offlineThomas_Jaeger From Switzerland, joined Apr 2002, 2376 posts, RR: 28
Reply 7, posted (5 years 6 months 3 weeks 4 days 15 hours ago) and read 6212 times:

Are all of these Comair CRJ-100s and CRJ-200s really still operating, I thought some of them had been retired, for example N816CA?


Swiss aviation news junkie living all over the place
User currently offlineArgonaut From UK - Scotland, joined Dec 2004, 421 posts, RR: 1
Reply 8, posted (5 years 6 months 3 weeks 4 days 13 hours ago) and read 6052 times:



Quoting Pilotboi (Reply 2):
Remove: N134DL, a 767-300, will be WFU and sent to VCV on Jan 5th

Is this a/c being permanently WFU? If not, shouldn't it remain on the list? Just wondering.

Also, is it simply coincidence that the MD-88s from N908DE to N916DE (inclusive) have been repainted (AFAIK in reg. sequence), or is DL actually working through them in numerical order??  scratchchin 

rj



'the rank is but the guinea stamp'
User currently offlineDispatchguy From United States of America, joined Jan 2006, 1249 posts, RR: 2
Reply 9, posted (5 years 6 months 3 weeks 4 days 13 hours ago) and read 6023 times:



Quoting Argonaut (Reply 8):

Is this a/c being permanently WFU? If not, shouldn't it remain on the list? Just wondering.

136 I think was brought back for the holidays. So its "permanance" in the desert - who knows.



Nobody screws you better than an airline job!
User currently offlineSuper80DFW From United States of America, joined Oct 2007, 1687 posts, RR: 11
Reply 10, posted (5 years 6 months 3 weeks 4 days 12 hours ago) and read 5997 times:



Quoting Argonaut (Reply 8):
Also, is it simply coincidence that the MD-88s from N908DE to N916DE (inclusive) have been repainted (AFAIK in reg. sequence), or is DL actually working through them in numerical order??

I could be wrong, but those are Delta Shuttle MD-88's IIRC. They must be painting all of them at once.



"Things change, friends leave, life doesn't stop for anybody." -- EAT'EM UP EAT'EM UP KSU!!
User currently offlinePilotboi From United States of America, joined Sep 2007, 2366 posts, RR: 9
Reply 11, posted (5 years 6 months 3 weeks 4 days 12 hours ago) and read 5930 times:



Quoting Dispatchguy (Reply 9):

Quoting Argonaut (Reply 8):

Is this a/c being permanently WFU? If not, shouldn't it remain on the list? Just wondering.

136 I think was brought back for the holidays. So its "permanance" in the desert - who knows.

134 actually, not 136. And yes it was sent to storage last year, brought back for the holidays, and will be sent back on Jan 5.

But Argonaut, you are right, it''s just going to storage for an uncertain amount of time. Could be a few months, could be forever. But it's not in going to be in service for a while, that's for sure. It your guys list, not mine, so you can make the decision if it stays or not. On my list, I keep them off to the side, as they're not part of the flying/in-service fleet.

Quoting Super80DFW (Reply 10):
Quoting Argonaut (Reply 8):
Also, is it simply coincidence that the MD-88s from N908DE to N916DE (inclusive) have been repainted (AFAIK in reg. sequence), or is DL actually working through them in numerical order??

I could be wrong, but those are Delta Shuttle MD-88's IIRC. They must be painting all of them at once.

Yes, those were all the a/c in the old shuttle config with shuttle titles on them. Since they were doing away with the shuttle-only config, they needed to get rid of the titles on the a/c too, so they were repainted quickly. No shuttle-specific aircraft exist anymore. Regular 88s and E-175s are being used.


User currently offlineSkoker From United States of America, joined Apr 2006, 439 posts, RR: 1
Reply 12, posted (5 years 6 months 3 weeks 4 days 6 hours ago) and read 5709 times:



Quoting Pilotboi (Reply 11):

Yes, those were all the a/c in the old shuttle config with shuttle titles on them. Since they were doing away with the shuttle-only config, they needed to get rid of the titles on the a/c too, so they were repainted quickly. No shuttle-specific aircraft exist anymore. Regular 88s and E-175s are being used.

They've also got ship numbers in the 9xxx series as opposed to the 9xx series used on the "normal" Mad Dogs.


User currently offlineSESGDL From United States of America, joined Jan 2001, 3466 posts, RR: 10
Reply 13, posted (5 years 6 months 3 weeks 4 days 6 hours ago) and read 5704 times:

Delta Air Lines

A320-200:
N314US

737-700:
N301DQ
N302DQ
N303DQ
N304DQ
N305DQ
N306DQ (Will be delivered soon, if not already)

737-800:
N3744F

747-400:
N665US

757-200:
N602DL
N608DA
N610DL - Breast Cancer Research Foundation
N613DL
N615DL
N616DL
N618DL
N619DL
N621DL
N622DL
N623DL
N626DL
N627DL
N628DL
N629DL
N633DL
N634DL
N636DL
N638DL
N639DL
N640DL
N641DL
N644DL
N647DL
N649DL
N652DL
N653DL
N654DL
N657DL
N659DL
N684DA
N687DL
N688DL
N689DL
N690DL
N692DL
N695DL
N696DL
N697DL
N698DL
N699DL
N6700
N6701
N6703D
N6704Z
N6705Y
N6706Q
N6707A
N6708D
N6709
N6710E
N6711M
N6713Y
N6714Q
N6715C - Grammy Awards titles
N67171
N539US

757-200 (winglets):
N702TW
N703TW
N704X
N705TW
N706TW
N707TW
N709TW
N710TW
N711ZX
N712TW
N713TW
N717TW
N718TW
N721TW
N722TW
N723TW
N727TW

767-300:
N125DL
N128DL
N130DL
N135DL
N143DA

767-300ER:
N1201P
N1602
N1604R
N1605
N1612T
N171DZ - Habitat for Humanity
N174DN
N175DN
N177DN
N178DN
N180DN
N181DN
N183DN
N184DN
N187DN
N192DN
N194DN

777-200ER:
N863DA
N864DA
N866DA

777-200LR:
N701DN - The Delta Spirit
N702DN

DC-9-50:
N776NC

MD-88:
N908DL
N903DE
N908DE
N909DE
N910DE
N911DE
N912DE
N913DE
N914DE
N915DE
N916DE

MD-90:
N902DA
N903DA
N904DA
N912DN


Delta Connection

CRJ200 - ASA:
N826AS
N827AS
N836AS
N837AS
N838AS
N839AS
N840AS
N841AS
N842AS
N843AS
N844AS
N845AS
N846AS
N847AS
N848AS
N849AS
N850AS
N851AS
N852AS
N853AS
N854AS
N856AS
N855AS
N857AS
N858AS
N859AS
N860AS
N861AS
N868AS
N882AS
N886AS
N901EV
N922EV

CRJ100/200 - Comair:
N409CA
N447CA
N587SW
N588SW
N594SW
N597SW
N716CA
N721CA
N816CA
N868CA
N914CA
N918CA
N924CA
N927CA
N934CA
N936CA
N938CA
N959CA
N960CA
N964CA

CRJ200 - Skywest:
N418SW
N430SW
N432SW
N433SW
N435SW
N437SW
N439SW
N440SW
N463SW

CRJ900 - Comair:
N538CA
N548CA
N549CA
N554CA
N582CA
N676CA
N678CA
N679CA
N689CA
N691CA
N692CA
N693CA
N695CA - 30th Anniversary livery

CRJ900 - Pinnacle:
N600LR
N601LR
N602LR
N604LR
N605LR
N606LR
N607LR
N146PQ
N147PQ
N153PQ
N161PQ
N162PQ
N163PQ
N166PQ
N170PQ
N176PQ
N181PQ
N186PQ
N187PQ
N195PQ
N197PQ
N200PQ

CRJ900 - Skywest
N822SK
N823SK
N824SK

ERJ-145 - Freedom:
N856MJ
N857MJ
N858MJ
N859MJ
N860MJ

EMB-175 - Shuttle America:
N201JQ
N202JQ
N203JQ
N204JQ
N206JQ
N207JQ
N208JQ
N209JQ
N210JQ
N211JQ
N212JQ
N213JQ
N958WH

Added N178DN.

Jeremy


User currently offlinePilotboi From United States of America, joined Sep 2007, 2366 posts, RR: 9
Reply 14, posted (5 years 6 months 3 weeks 3 days 20 hours ago) and read 5550 times:



Quoting Skoker (Reply 12):
They've also got ship numbers in the 9xxx series as opposed to the 9xx series used on the "normal" Mad Dogs.

True, but not all the ex-"normal" were 9xx. 9000-9007 and 9017-9020 were never in shuttle config. Only 9008-9016 were. The thousands doesn't indicate anything in particular. They just ran out of hundreds.


User currently offlineGregarious119 From United States of America, joined Jun 2006, 532 posts, RR: 0
Reply 15, posted (5 years 6 months 3 weeks 3 days 20 hours ago) and read 5531 times:

Would it be better to create a website with this list, then post the changes here on a.net when you update the site?

I just tried reading through this and it seemed like a really hard read (in list format). I would think a table on a website would be much easier to digest.

In any case, it is interesting reading...especially now with the NW planes being added to the list.


User currently offlineSkyTeamTriStar From United States of America, joined Dec 2007, 388 posts, RR: 0
Reply 16, posted (5 years 6 months 3 weeks 3 days 19 hours ago) and read 5500 times:

It's GRAMMY(r) --- all upper case letters

SkyWest --- "W" upper case letter

Don't shoot the messenger, fella's.


User currently offlinePilotboi From United States of America, joined Sep 2007, 2366 posts, RR: 9
Reply 17, posted (5 years 6 months 3 weeks 3 days 19 hours ago) and read 5471 times:



Quoting Gregarious119 (Reply 15):
Would it be better to create a website with this list, then post the changes here on a.net when you update the site?

I just tried reading through this and it seemed like a really hard read (in list format). I would think a table on a website would be much easier to digest.

What an excellent idea! (sarcasm) Check out my site: http://www.koolaiders.com Download one of the excel files, and digest away!

Quoting SkyTeamTriStar (Reply 16):
It's GRAMMY(r) --- all upper case letters

I don't think that really matters for this purpose. We're airplane nuts, not grammer nuts.

Quoting SkyTeamTriStar (Reply 16):
SkyWest --- "W" upper case letter

Now this one I agree with. Skywest is something completely different.


User currently offlineDTWAGENT From United States of America, joined Jan 2006, 1283 posts, RR: 0
Reply 18, posted (5 years 6 months 3 weeks 3 days 19 hours ago) and read 5460 times:

Does anyone have a list on the NWA A/C that are going to be painted into the new DL colors? That is besides the ones that are out their now.

Chuck


User currently offlineArgonaut From UK - Scotland, joined Dec 2004, 421 posts, RR: 1
Reply 19, posted (5 years 6 months 3 weeks 3 days 19 hours ago) and read 5449 times:



Quoting Super80DFW (Reply 10):
I could be wrong, but those are Delta Shuttle MD-88's IIRC. They must be painting all of them at once.



Quoting Pilotboi (Reply 11):
Yes, those were all the a/c in the old shuttle config with shuttle titles on them.



Quoting Pilotboi (Reply 14):
in shuttle config. Only 9008-9016 were.

Of course...fast-tracking the old shuttle MDs. All makes perfect sense now. Thanks guys!

rj



'the rank is but the guinea stamp'
User currently offlinePilotboi From United States of America, joined Sep 2007, 2366 posts, RR: 9
Reply 20, posted (5 years 6 months 3 weeks 3 days 18 hours ago) and read 5408 times:



Quoting DTWAGENT (Reply 18):
Does anyone have a list on the NWA A/C that are going to be painted into the new DL colors? That is besides the ones that are out their now.

Sure - just list every NW aircraft except for the 4 in new colors. Visit my site for a list of all the aircraft.


Ohhhhh - wait a minute, you meant going to be painted NEXT? Oh well that I have no idea. Big grin


User currently offlineKaiGywer From United States of America, joined Oct 2003, 12214 posts, RR: 35
Reply 21, posted (5 years 6 months 3 weeks 3 days 18 hours ago) and read 5354 times:
AIRLINERS.NET CREW
FORUM MODERATOR



Quoting Pilotboi (Reply 17):
We're airplane nuts, not grammer nuts.

Should I? Should I? OK...I will: It's grammar  rotfl 



911, where is your emergency?
User currently offlinePilotboi From United States of America, joined Sep 2007, 2366 posts, RR: 9
Reply 22, posted (5 years 6 months 3 weeks 3 days 17 hours ago) and read 5326 times:



Quoting KaiGywer (Reply 21):
Should I? Should I? OK...I will: It's grammar rotfl

Noice! (yes, I meant to misspell that one.  Silly )


User currently offlineSuper80DFW From United States of America, joined Oct 2007, 1687 posts, RR: 11
Reply 23, posted (5 years 6 months 3 weeks 3 days 17 hours ago) and read 5320 times:



Quoting Pilotboi (Reply 11):
Yes, those were all the a/c in the old shuttle config with shuttle titles on them. Since they were doing away with the shuttle-only config, they needed to get rid of the titles on the a/c too, so they were repainted quickly. No shuttle-specific aircraft exist anymore. Regular 88s and E-175s are being used.

Pardon my ingnorace, but I didn't know DL was doing away with Delta Shuttle. Is it just that business travelers like having the optional F class also?



"Things change, friends leave, life doesn't stop for anybody." -- EAT'EM UP EAT'EM UP KSU!!
User currently offlinePilotboi From United States of America, joined Sep 2007, 2366 posts, RR: 9
Reply 24, posted (5 years 6 months 3 weeks 3 days 16 hours ago) and read 5264 times:

Quoting Super80DFW (Reply 23):
Pardon my ingnorace, but I didn't know DL was doing away with Delta Shuttle. Is it just that business travelers like having the optional F class also?

I'll pardon it this time - but next time is a different story.   They aren't doing away with the service. They are just getting rid of the configuration. Now the standard MD-88 config will serve shuttle routes. Also, E-175s will be added to the mix (via Shuttle America). But the once-an-hour schedule plus all free amenities are still there.

[Edited 2009-01-02 13:11:06]

25 SESGDL : Delta Air Lines A320-200: N314US 737-700: N301DQ N302DQ N303DQ N304DQ N305DQ N306DQ (Will be delivered soon, if not already) 737-800: N3744F 747-400:
26 FlightPlan06 : For Pinnacle there is no N163PQ !!!everything else looks good for us.
27 Post contains links Super80DFW : Take a look at this. http://www.airfleets.net/ficheapp/plane-crj-15170.htm There isn't any pictures of it, but there seems to be a CR9 registered wit
28 Post contains links Pilotboi : Are we sure this time? Cus last time it was added I think it was a mistake. Just wanted to make sure. Do me a favor please and don't ever trust that
29 SESGDL : There's a picture on another site that starts with a "j" and ends in "photos." Jeremy
30 Pilotboi : Yup, someone showed me, thanks! I was also proven that N805CA has been in wavy gravy colors all this time. I (and we at Anet) had listed it as in ron
31 SESGDL : According to airfleets.net, N729CA and N821CA are stored and no longer in service. N816CA is also no longer in service and is now flying for Skywest
32 RL757PVD : These lists are getting way to long and annoying to read... with hundreds of planes left to be painted, these threads are going to be pages long. Perh
33 Tristarcrazy : There is a NWA 752 in Bay 12 of the Delta Atlanta TOC Paint Hanger to get sprayed. Ship 5654 with winglets. I believe this is the first to be painted
34 TristarCrazy : Also, saw N182DN 763ER in new paint
35 TristarCrazy : And N306DQ 737NG was in the TOC-II hanger so guess its been received
36 Post contains links Pilotboi : I don't trust airfleets.net at all. 90% of the time their information is out-of-date. Those aircraft may have been stored at some point, but they cou
37 WesternA318 : Are there any pics of the A320 yet? I cant wait to see that bad boy in SLC!!
38 Post contains links TristarCrazy : You been away for a while?? There's been several shots on here....I googled this link for ya http://boardingarea.com/blogs/things...y/2008/12/24/the-
39 Micstatic : I'm still surprised these are the only pics of this a320 we are seeing. Can't wait to see more.
40 Post contains links and images EIDAA : You can add N451CA during the next copy and paste of the list, noted at BOS on the night of the 29th/30th Dec in the new livery. The aircraft used wea
41 Pilotboi : 'Bout time. For a few months they had the 25th anniversary AND 30th anniversary ones flying at the same time.
42 Atlanta : I liked the 25th anniversary colors. Atlanta
43 Jetlanta : I agree. What's up with that? Let's get some more A320 pics in the database. 744 and D95 for that matter. The other site at least has a few more of t
44 San747 : AC still flies the 65th anniversary A320, C-FFWN, while it flies two 70th anniversary aircraft (an A321 and 767-300)!
45 Atlanta : Well, I guess to people who don't care about the paint on the plane it doesn't matter. Atlanta
46 San747 : I know, and honestly, I love the 65th Anniversary scheme, but it's just weird to me that they'd still keep it around while they're flying the 70th An
47 Pilotboi : Imagine them sitting next to each other at the gate. Some people will be scratching their heads there.
48 San747 : I'm sure it's happened at YYZ before!
49 KaiGywer : It's so damn elusive. Always showing up in bad weather or when I don't have a good vantage point of it
50 DLCnxgptjax : Should see the first CR7 by the beginning of next month. The ASA 700 that was WO in BTR is being replaced. I'm sure it'll look like a slightly shorter
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