After a long period as the dominant shorthaul type in and out of here, the 732 has almost entirely disappeared from BUF. Metrojet(the most attractive livery ever to grace a 732 IMO) is gone, UA uses 319 or 733/5's, US uses 734's(mostly), CO is MD's or 737NG, DL is still [amazingly]727's although a 732 or MD will[very]rarely make a call. AA is MD or F100 while NW is DC9's. RJ's are becoming more comman than ever before.
However, I've recently seen a number of unusual 732's here. An AC 732 visited, much to my surprise as I had thought that AC had retired them all.
Another 732 was the mystery ship painted overall teal blue with an orange fleur-de-lis on the tail. I know this craft (and it's sister painted in the reverse colors)has been spotted in other East coast locations, but I do not recall if it has been successfully identified. From my vantage point, the low-contrast colors make it impossible to determine the reg or even if there is any titling. We have previously speculated that the carrier is from Canada because of the tail device, but I don't recall if any of our friends from Canada ever made a positive ID.
This morning another unidentified 732 departed @7:10, but again id was impossible in the dim morning light. It was overall white with a green tail and an orange flash.
Can anybody id these last 2?