Aviation Photo #2214581: Boeing 737-823 - American Airlines


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  • Andy Egloff
    American Airlines
    Boeing 737-823
    Boeing 737-800 (BBJ2/C-40/P-8)
    Boeing 737-800 (BBJ2/C-40/P-8)
    Boeing
    31157
    4247
    N908NN
    3JT
    Dallas / Fort Worth - International (Regional)
    Texas
    USA
    January 17, 2013
  • 133

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#2214581
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January 17, 2013
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American flight 9634 from VCV about to land on Runway 36L. The first photo and the first aircraft to wear the new AA paint scheme!!
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Comments (14)

Anonymous
3 years ago
Great
Anonymous
3 years ago
Congrats Andy on this first photo of the new livery: a refreshed look after 40+ years of the stunning silverbird. And congrats American for the mark of the start of new changes. Welcome Aboard. :)
Anonymous
3 years ago
The colour is bland. Would have loved to see the eagle logo on the tail section.
Anonymous
3 years ago
That's one ugly new livery !!! Like a kind of North American Airlines theme on the vertical stabilizer, but much worst. Today's designers really have no more imagination !
Anonymous
3 years ago
Words cannot describe how ugly this new design is. :(
Anonymous
3 years ago
Like new livery a lot.
Well done American!
Anonymous
3 years ago
Great photo, acceptable livery - The tail is ok, the belly should of polished aluminium again
Anonymous
3 years ago
Great light, great photo...disappointing livery.
Anonymous
3 years ago
The livery looks great but the tail is absolutely ugly.
Anonymous
3 years ago
The logo is fantastic, but colors and tail doesn't look good....!!
Anonymous
3 years ago
Looks like the FO is waving...
Anonymous
3 years ago
I absolutely agree, very poor design. The only good thing is the logo, should be bigger and on the tail!
Anonymous
3 years ago
Good photo. Awful livery.
Anonymous
3 years ago
TWA, PAN AM, AA. Last one of three famous logos gone for good? Who makes those decisions? I´m gonna miss that AA on the tail. Some things should never be changed or only be modified a little. Greetings from GER anyway.