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All-white Aircraft At Orlando Today

Tue May 28, 2002 6:39 am

On Monday morning I was aboard a DL 777 to ATL when I saw an all-white aircraft that I think was an MD-80. It has no markings on the tail or fuselage, but did have registration numbers on the engines (it was too far away for me to read it.)

Any clue on which airline it was, or why it was all-white? In the past, Spirit has had some planes that seem rather plain, but this one literally had no markings on it.
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RE: All-white Aircraft At Orlando Today

Tue May 28, 2002 7:18 am


I think that MD80 you saw, is from Spirit Airlines. This aircraft will probably be getting the new Spirit Airlines (Airways) livery. The aircraft's registration on the new livery of Spirit Airlines (Airways) is also applied on the engines. Please correct me if I'm wrong.

Regards A388

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