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Remember That AA Mystery Plane?

Sat Nov 08, 2003 3:04 am

Remember that AA mystery Plane? I got a reply from AA.  Smile

Thank you for contacting Customer Relations via We appreciate the opportunity
to address your concerns regarding the art utilized in our advertisement.

The particular visual you referenced is an artist rendering we have utilized for
several years. It's basic underlying structure is a generic Boeing cockpit, though
most closely resembling a Boeing 767 aircraft. Upon close observation you will be
able to note that both the width and livery have been modified to accentuate the
American Airlines color logo format.

I hope this information helps you.


J. Michael Holmberg
Customer Relations
American Airlines

So alot of you were right about it being a drawing.  Smile
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RE: Remember That AA Mystery Plane?

Sat Nov 08, 2003 12:48 pm

....and some people mentioning it being a 767  Smile
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RE: Remember That AA Mystery Plane?

Sat Nov 08, 2003 1:55 pm

Glad to see that you got a response to your inquisition!!!

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