Aviation Photo #2223188: Boeing 737-823 - American Airlines


Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
  • Christian Eggers
    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 28, 2013
  • 421

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February 06, 2013
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Three 737 jets with three different AA liveries lined up at DFW Terminal C. Astrojet colours N951AA on C4 inbound from SNA and current livery N845NN on C6 inbound from LGA join N908NN on C2 wearing the new livery. The weather certainly didn't cooperate, but my fellow AA operations tower folks deserve a big thank you for the great photo opportunity! Taken from the rooftop of the AA operations tower.
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Comments (36)

Anonymous
3 years ago
Best proof that time is really flying!
Anonymous
3 years ago
Well done, very nice to see these together
Anonymous
3 years ago
Past, present and future in one shot, well done.
Anonymous
3 years ago
Why is there still astrojet coulors?!
Anonymous
3 years ago
This will become a historic photo! -rsa, 2013-02-06
Anonymous
3 years ago
How great to see the "retro" 737 next to new AA!
Anonymous
3 years ago
Three generations of liveries...
Anonymous
3 years ago
Rare opportunity to capture 3 AA liveries!
Anonymous
3 years ago
They should revert back to Astrojet for the "new" livery!
Anonymous
3 years ago
The last three AA liveries lined up. Amazing!
Anonymous
3 years ago
Wow, what a great capture!
Anonymous
3 years ago
That 737 in the foreground is probably jealous of her two sisters wearing the classier dresses! :)

✈SoCalFlyer
Anonymous
3 years ago
Perfect! This picture is generation!
Anonymous
3 years ago
Nice
Anonymous
3 years ago
Same type, three different liveries... kinda like United at one point.
Anonymous
3 years ago
This has to be one of the best shots in A.net. Three liveries on AA 737, showing their timeless grace!
Five stars, Nevertheless!
Cheers from India!
Anonymous
3 years ago
Great photo indeed, to capture the 3 different liveries in one place needs a lot of luck.
Anonymous
3 years ago
An amazing picture. Very nice to see the three liveries together. 5 stars!
-Sushank Gupta
Anonymous
3 years ago
I liked the photo showing all three paint schemes of American's past and current look. It probably won't happen too often.
Anonymous
3 years ago
Amazing love them all
Anonymous
3 years ago
I find the Astrojet both the coolest and the most beautiful. But also, I must say I have not liked the new scheme as much as I do now in this shot. Maybe because here it is a workhorse captured during daily routine and not posing as on previous new cs shots.
Anonymous
3 years ago
That was very lucky. Of the 3 liveries shown, I would pick the newest one.
Anonymous
3 years ago
Three in one!
Anonymous
3 years ago
Perfect picture
Anonymous
3 years ago
The new one looks so clean
Anonymous
3 years ago
Thanks for this pic, I think it really captures what AA were going for with the new livery. When you compare the new livery to the old one especially in this pic, you can see which looks more dated and I guess that's what AA was trying to change.
Anonymous
3 years ago
Awesome picture!!!
I didnt like the new livery in the beginning but i kind of start to now...
Eventhough i would love all the American a/c´s to be painted like Astrojet
Anonymous
3 years ago
The history of AA told by 3 jets.
Anonymous
2 years ago
GREAT PHOTO love it
Anonymous
2 years ago
Great catch!
Anonymous
1 year ago
Nice pic, interesting to see three liveries, but I think the new one is the worst American Airlines had had
Anonymous
1 year ago
Grandpa, father and son.
Anonymous
1 year ago
While i appreciate progress and revitalization, i really miss the vintage AA livery.
Anonymous
1 year ago
Great photo
Anonymous
1 year ago
Excellent capture, I'm okay with the new livery on the body of the jet but the color choice for the tail is a miss. if it suppose to represent the flag it should not be red, white, blue and silver?! there is something wrong with that.
Anonymous
6 months ago
I was at Kennedy a number of years ago and recall an American Airlines gate staff member calling out "all a board" much like board a ship or a train would have been in the distance past. I wonder if they are still doing it now at AA?