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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Tue May 13, 2014 7:03 am

Quoting UA444 (Reply 134):
It would be nice if they put the titles of the actual airline for the retro jet, rather than putting "American" where "TWA" or "Piedmont" is supposed to be. They can just put the "operated by AA" sticker by the door.

Or, at the least, put the titles in the font that goes with the livery.

Quoting dtw757 (Reply 144):
N528EG 528
N529EA 9EA
N531EG 531
N532EA 532
N533AE 3AE
N535EA 535
N536EA 6EA
N537EA 537

So, what's up with the random changes to number/letter/letter in the midst of all numerical ship numbers?

Quoting abirda (Reply 161):
Wondering how this jives with all the folks who were SO SURE an MD-80 was wearing a nose cone painted in the new livery's base color.

Do DC9s and MD-80s use the same nose cone? Maybe AA borrowed an old NW spare from Delta? I know I saw a DL DC9 sporting a NW Silver nose cone last year at one point.
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Tue May 13, 2014 7:14 am

Quoting bgm (Reply 160):
So, a 757 was painted in the new livery...

So was at least a few portions of at least one MD-80. These were proof-of-concept paint jobs to evaluate the various tones of silver paint that were tested, and the B757 story above makes sense; why pull an aircraft you're using in revenue service for livery testing?
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Tue May 13, 2014 7:43 am

Quoting jpdx024 (Reply 164):
Check at about 47 secs, looks like the 757 being referred to.

Well caught! And that's a fake rego, so presumably it was indeed (1) a plane not in active service, and (2) applied to test the contrast/readability of the black paint on silver (?)
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Tue May 13, 2014 11:18 am

Quoting abirda (Reply 161):
I meant to comment on this a while back, but I guess it slipped my mind. Wondering how this jives with all the folks who were SO SURE an MD-80 was wearing a nose cone painted in the new livery's base color. Still haven't seen a picture that makes that clear. I think what is clear is that the MD-80s aren't getting painted.

I think that at this point there no disputing that MD-80 raydomes are painted in the silver/gray of the new livery. Raydomes are refurbished often due to the abrasion, hail, bird/bug strikes that happen during everyday service.
 
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Tue May 13, 2014 12:15 pm

Have we discussed why AA refuses to paint the tops of their T-tails? The logo has 7 blue stripes on all the tails of the mainline jets, but the RJs only have 5, with a big grey cap. Looks half-assed.
 
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Tue May 13, 2014 12:40 pm

Quoting KarelXWB (Reply 165):
Seen in Hamburg today

Very exciting! First A321 in American's livery and it's for US.   
 
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Tue May 13, 2014 12:50 pm

Quoting jpdx024 (Reply 164):
Check at about 47 secs, looks like the 757 being referred to.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J-KD0PdI1Ek

Also at 1:19 there are some pictures of a plane in the new livery and it is a 757 in the photos.
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Tue May 13, 2014 12:58 pm

First A321? They already have more than a dozen in service...
 
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Tue May 13, 2014 1:04 pm

Quoting N766UA (Reply 175):

First US Airways 321 in American colors!
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Tue May 13, 2014 1:20 pm

Quoting KarelXWB (Reply 165):
Seen in Hamburg today: US Airways N579UW (A321) in AA livery. No sharklets.

Nice! Anyone know if there are plans to retrofit the US 321's with sharklets?
 
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Tue May 13, 2014 3:33 pm

Quoting RyanairGuru (Reply 170):
Well caught! And that's a fake rego, so presumably it was indeed (1) a plane not in active service, and (2) applied to test the contrast/readability of the black paint on silver (?)

I mentioned all this almost a year and a half ago. Yes a 757 was pulled in at VCV and painted. It was then inspected and painted back over. If you visit VCV you'd probably find an all grey 757.

Quoting Antoniemey (Reply 168):
So, what's up with the random changes to number/letter/letter in the midst of all numerical ship numbers?

MQ numbered their aircraft by number such as all 145's were 600-699 and started over at 900. The 135's were 700 and up and 140's start at 800. The CR7 started at 500. When they began taking delivery of the second round of CR7, the ship numbers collided with some of AA MD80 ship numbers so a small change was made to differentiate them from the MD80 to eliminate any confusion.
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Tue May 13, 2014 3:44 pm

Quoting B757capt (Reply 176):
First US Airways 321 in American colors!

It looks like, as far as US is concerned no Boeing will be repainted.

The 757s and 767s probably wont be.
The 734s definitely wont be, that I am 100% sure. They'll be gone by late August of this year.

Only the Airbus models (319, 320, 321 and 330) and Express jets (CRJs and ERJ-170/190s) will be. Not sure about the Dash 8s.
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Tue May 13, 2014 4:00 pm

Quoting American 767 (Reply 179):
It looks like, as far as US is concerned no Boeing will be repainted.

The 757s and 767s probably wont be.
The 734s definitely wont be, that I am 100% sure. They'll be gone by late August of this year.

Only the Airbus models (319, 320, 321 and 330) and Express jets (CRJs and ERJ-170/190s) will be. Not sure about the Dash 8s.

Dash 8s and 757s will be repainted on the US side
 
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Tue May 13, 2014 7:59 pm

Quoting Sinlock (Reply 171):
I think that at this point there no disputing that MD-80 raydomes are painted in the silver/gray of the new livery. Raydomes are refurbished often due to the abrasion, hail, bird/bug strikes that happen during everyday service.

Which is why I'm still skeptical of their "plan" to not paint any of the MD-80s. I have zero doubt the retirement will be later than they are currently planning. Things change fast in this industry. I wouldn't be surprised either if at least one gets painted.
 
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Tue May 13, 2014 8:14 pm

Quoting Sinlock (Reply 171):
I think that at this point there no disputing that MD-80 raydomes are painted in the silver/gray of the new livery. Raydomes are refurbished often due to the abrasion, hail, bird/bug strikes that happen during everyday service.
Quoting PDX88 (Reply 166):
Yes, the folks who have seen 565 up close are VERY SURE the nose cone is in the new livery.

Perhaps so, but these pictures posted as evidence don't do much to bolster the argument. I still say if the company has no current plans to paint any MD-80s there's no reason to be painting nose cones any other way than they have in the past.

http://www.spotterforum.net/spotterbrowser/imgview.php?id=24799

The problem with the above photo is that the nose cone looks no darker, though maybe slightly more reflective, than the rest of the painted composite parts. So let's take a look at N480AA, below, with its nose cose also missing the red stripe. In this photo the nose cone looks a bit darker than the other painted composite parts.


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Yet in the photo below, you can see that more even lighting shows all the parts to be the exact same shade of grey.


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Clearly, they are producing new nose cones, painting them in the same grey they've always been and not bothering to paint the red stripe. Maybe because these birds are already one foot out the door?

Then there are all of these photos, which show the nose cone WITH the red stripe looking either unusually dark or reflective, as though it was painted in the new grey.


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Finally, there's this photo:

http://imgur.com/weHpsBw

I fail to see how anyone could objectively claim it's any different from these, aside from missing the red stripe and the same old grey paint being freshly painted.


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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Tue May 13, 2014 8:29 pm

An MD-80 is great... in first class
 
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Wed May 14, 2014 8:19 am

Anyone seen the 737 in oneworld livery?

http://pbs.twimg.com/media/BnY0T25CQAA7v5l.jpg:large

http://twitter.com/avgeek1701/status/465617128906063872/photo/1

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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Wed May 14, 2014 11:20 am

Quoting UA444 (Reply 181):
I have zero doubt the retirement will be later than they are currently planning. Things change fast in this industry.

That's a pretty firm statement. I'm sure we'd all like to know what AA/US Fleet planning meeting you got to sit in on.
 
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Wed May 14, 2014 12:14 pm

Quoting JDAirCEO (Reply 183):
I would say here is the now unpainted 757!

While yes that is an unpainted 757, it is not the 757 that was used for testing. The testing was done at VCV and this aircraft is at ROW
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Wed May 14, 2014 5:29 pm

Quoting boberito6589 (Reply 180):
Dash 8s and 757s will be repainted on the US side

Yes, I would be very surprised if US 757s are not repainted. Some of them will be around for years, and I can't imagine they will just be left in US livery for all that time (or that any that are due for repainting anyway will be repainted in US livery).
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Wed May 14, 2014 11:25 pm

Quoting dtw757 (Reply 186):
While yes that is an unpainted 757, it is not the 757 that was used for testing. The testing was done at VCV and this aircraft is at ROW

No, the plane was painted in ROW. AA sends all their retirements to ROW. I even remember reading the articles when the new livery was introduced that listed ROW as where the paint was tested. That is clearly the 757 used for testing.
 
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Wed May 14, 2014 11:28 pm

Quoting AirplaneFan (Reply 2):
You can tell its the new livery silver nose cone because the red cheatline does not run through the nose cone as on the other MD-82/83 fleets.

ive seen allot of these at DFW recently , happy to say i still see some black nose now and then still

Quoting abirda (Reply 182):
I still say if the company has no current plans to paint any MD-80s

i dont know , arnt some MD80S supposed to be around lintel 2018? maybe 2017 with the merger now?

Quoting KarelXWB (Reply 184):
Anyone seen the 737 in oneworld livery?


looking good! happy to see some smaller aircraft in the fleet get one world on the side
 
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Thu May 15, 2014 12:56 am

I find it strange that the US birds are not being painted as fast as the AA ones. The US name and logo will disappear, so doesn't it make sense to slow down the removal of the old AA livery to speed up the repainting of the US birds?
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Thu May 15, 2014 2:01 am

Fleets aren't integrated yet, when would the US fleet have the slack to do it relative to the AA one?
 
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Thu May 15, 2014 5:28 am

Quoting KarelXWB (Reply 165):

If you look closely, just above the temporary German registration, you can see the sharklets. The upper one actually obscures one of the windows.
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Thu May 15, 2014 5:35 am

Quoting UA444 (Reply 188):

Correct. While on a recent trip to Roswell I was able to see the 757 that was used for testing.

Quoting aalaxfan (Reply 192):

Those are wingtip fences. Only the current AA delivered A321s are equipped with sharklets.
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Thu May 15, 2014 8:11 am

Quoting aalaxfan (Reply 192):
If you look closely, just above the temporary German registration, you can see the sharklets. The upper one actually obscures one of the windows.

No, those are the standard A320 winglets. The A320 sharklets look completely different.

Have a look:

1) A320 family sharklet:


A319 American Airlines N9011P by XFW-Spotter, on Flickr

2) A320 family winglet:


A319 Germanwings D-AGWY by XFW-Spotter, on Flickr

The US Airways deliveries are with winglets while the American Airlines deliveries are with sharklets.
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Thu May 15, 2014 9:35 am

Quoting KarelXWB (Reply 194):
2) A320 family winglet:

Actually Airbus calls them Wingtip fences! And Sharklets is just a marketing name for a sort of Blended Winglets, as used on the 737NG.
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Thu May 15, 2014 9:42 am

Quoting KarelXWB (Reply 194):
Have a look:

Here are two more photos to show the difference:


Airbus A320 Wingtip Fence by Flightline Aviation Media, on Flickr


Airbus A320 - Sharklets by PaulFlight, on Flickr

Quoting MaxiAir (Reply 195):
Actually Airbus calls them Wingtip fences! And Sharklets is just a marketing name for a sort of Blended Winglets, as used on the 737NG.

Sure it's a marketing name, at least it tells people about what kind of winglet we are talking about.
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Thu May 15, 2014 3:39 pm

Quoting etops1 (Reply 93):

Are those Trent 772s on a US A333?
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Thu May 15, 2014 3:47 pm

Quoting KarelXWB (Reply 165):
Seen in Hamburg today: US Airways N579UW (A321) in AA livery. No sharklets.

A bit of a tangent here, but I seem to recall that the last Airbus delivered in HP colors was N678AW with N679AW wearing the new US colors when it entered service. Funny to see the transition for US metal between US/AA colors being 578/579...
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Thu May 15, 2014 4:47 pm

Quoting Molykote (Reply 197):
Are those Trent 772s on a US A333?

No the 333s have PW engines....the 332s have RR.

Whoops guess I should have looked at the photo vs posting what really is on the US 330 fleet.... Smile They do appear to be a RR engines....Dallas we have a problem  Smile

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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Thu May 15, 2014 4:58 pm

Quoting United1 (Reply 199):
No the 333s have PW engines....the 332s have RR.

Whoops guess I should have looked at the photo vs posting what really is on the US 330 fleet....  They do appear to be a RR engines....Dallas we have a problem  

The model looks like a -200, and the reg is N288AY...
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Fri May 16, 2014 5:30 am

Quoting United1 (Reply 199):
Quoting wn676 (Reply 200):

My mistake. I was waiting for a flight and scrolling on my iPhone. It looked longer to me initially, but is obviously a -200 when I view it on a larger screen.
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Fri May 16, 2014 8:54 pm

Quoting KarelXWB (Reply 165):
Seen in Hamburg today: US Airways N579UW (A321) in AA livery. No sharklets.

Delivery flight today:

http://youtu.be/JibHrpWYJB0
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Sat May 17, 2014 3:07 am

Tonight (5/16/14) N384AA, a Boeing 767-300, ferried DFW-ROW for paint.

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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Sat May 17, 2014 3:17 am

Quoting KarelXWB (Reply 202):
Delivery flight today:

http://youtu.be/JibHrpWYJB0

As much as I dislike the livery, can't wait to see her in PHL!
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Sat May 17, 2014 4:32 am

Quoting Molykote (Reply 197):

That model is of an A330-200 which have RR Trent engines .
 
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Sat May 17, 2014 1:35 pm

Quoting KarelXWB (Reply 202):
Delivery flight today:

http://youtu.be/JibHrpWYJB0

Thanks for the video. The view of the plane after take off in the last few seconds of the film is absolutely stunning!
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Mon May 19, 2014 11:08 am

When is the AA757 getting the new paint???? When? Seems like forever for such a busy workhorse among AA fleet!
 
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Mon May 19, 2014 3:16 pm

Quoting PRAirbus (Reply 207):
When is the AA757 getting the new paint???? When? Seems like forever for such a busy workhorse among AA fleet!

I seem to recall in an earlier thread that August was the target date

fo the 1st legacy AA 757 re-paint.
 
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Mon May 19, 2014 9:26 pm

First CRJ-900 with the new paint. It will be delivered to AA (PSA) tomorrow, and there will be an event tomorrow at DFW to unveil it. PSA has an order for 30 CR9s.

http://www.fliegerfaust.com/new-amer...n-airline-eagle-crj-535027493.html

Besides, as LAXintl posted in another thread, Mesa today announced that they will operate 6 additional CR9s for AA (for a total of 57).

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/mesa-a...-expand-partnership-183300880.html
 
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Mon May 19, 2014 10:43 pm

Quoting rydawg82 (Reply 203):
Tonight (5/16/14) N384AA, a Boeing 767-300, ferried DFW-ROW for paint.

Was flying out of DFW yesterday (5/18/2014)--a 757 with that exact same flight number departed from DFW (gate A14) at about 820am headed for Roswell. Could this be the first one to get the new paint?
 
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Mon May 19, 2014 10:56 pm

I started a google site for fleet information on AA. This was for myself but thought I would post it online for people to see if they wish. It isn't as detailed as the UA site and isn't finished yet.

https://sites.google.com/site/americanfleetwebsite/
 
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Mon May 19, 2014 11:08 pm

Quoting us330 (Reply 210):
Was flying out of DFW yesterday (5/18/2014)--a 757 with that exact same flight number departed from DFW (gate A14) at about 820am headed for Roswell. Could this be the first one to get the new paint?

No, this was a 757 retirement flight to Roswell.
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Tue May 20, 2014 1:36 am

That 900 for PSA is interesting, small winglets, and no engine chevrons....
 
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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Tue May 20, 2014 8:31 pm

Managed to catch the oneworld 738 at DFW this weekend! I agree - the circular sticker is way too big.


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RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Wed May 21, 2014 3:03 pm

Updated 5/21/14 Total in new paint 307 aircraft

Canadair CRJ 200 (2/16) operated as American Eagle by Skywest
N492SW
N955SW

Canadair CRJ 200 (0/11) operated as American Eagle by Expressjet


Canadair CRJ 700 (36/47) operated as American Eagle by Envoy Air
N500AE 500
N502AE 502
N504AE 504
N505AE 505
N506AE 506
N507AE 507
N508AE 508
N509AE 509
N510AE 510
N511AE 511
N512AE 512
N513AE 513
N514AE 514
N519AE 519
N520DC 520
N522AE 522
N524AE 524
N525AE 525
N526EA 526
N528EG 528
N529EA 9EA
N531EG 531
N532EA 532
N533AE 3AE
N535EA 535
N536EA 6EA
N537EA 537
N538EG 8EG currently being painted at AMA
N539EA 539
N540EG 0EG
N541EA 1EA
N542EA 542
N543EA 543
N544EA 544
N545PB 5PB
N546FF 546

Embraer ERJ 140 (0/57) operated as American Eagle by Envoy Air

Embraer ERJ 145 (24/118) operated as American Eagle by Envoy Air
N610AE 610
N611AE 611
N612AE 612
N613AE 613
N621AE 621
N629AE 629
N633AE 633
N635AE 635
N636AE 636
N638AE 638
N651AE 651
N659AE 659
N665BC 665
N668HH 668
N673AE 673
N676AE 676
N686AE 686
N692AE 692
N695AE 695
N922AE 922
N925AE 925
N928AE 928
N939AE 939
N942LL 942

Embraer ERJ 175 (26/26) operated as American Eagle by Republic
N401YX A01
N402YX A02
N403YX A03
N404YX A04
N405YX A05
N406YX A06
N407YX A07
N408YX A08
N409YX A09
N410YX A10
N411YX A11
N412YX A12
N413YX A13
N414YX A14
N415YX A15
N416YX A16
N417YX A17
N418YX A18
N419YX A19
N420YX A20
N421YX A21
N422YX A22
N423YX A23
N424YX A24
N425YX A25
N426YX A26

Airbus A319 (17/17)
N8001N 001
N9002U 002
N93003 003
N9004F 004
N4005X 005
N9006 006
N5007E 007
N9008U 008
N8009T 009
N9010R 010
N9011P 011
N9012 012
N9013A 013
N3014R 014
N9015D 015
N9016 016
N9017P 017 acceptance check

Airbus A321T Transcon (16/16)
N101NN 783
N102NN 784
N103NN 785
N104NN 786
N105NN 787
N106NN 788
N107NN 789
N108NN 790
N109NN 791
N110NN 792
N111ZM 793
N112AN 794
N113AN 795
N114NN 796
N115NN 797
N117NN 799

McDonnell Douglas MD80 (0/161) None will get paint

Boeing 737-800 (90/233)
N956AN 3CL
N963AN 3CU
N964AN 3CV
N965AN 3CW
N966AN 3CX
N967AN 3CY
N968AN 3DA
N969AN 3DB
N970AN 3DC
N971AN 3DD
N972AN 3DE
N973AN 3DF
N974AN 3DG
N975AN 3DH
N978AN 3DL
N980AN 3DN
N981AN 3DP
N982AN 3DR
N983AN 3DS
N987AN 3DT
N989AN 3DU
N991AN 3DW
N992AN 3DX
N801NN 3EA
N803NN 3EC
N804NN 3ED
N805NN 3EE
N807NN 3EG
N809NN 3EJ
N810NN 3EK
N811NN 3EL
N812NN 3EM
N813NN 3EN
N814NN 3EP
N815NN 3ER
N816NN 3ES
N817NN 3ET
N818NN 3EU
N819NN 3EV
N820NN 3EW
N821NN 3EX
N822NN 3EY
N823NN 3FA
N824NN 3FB
N825NN 3FC
N826NN 3FD
N827NN 3FE
N829NN 3FF
N830NN 3FG
N832NN 3FJ
N833NN 3FK
N835NN 3FM
N836NN 3FN
N837NN 3FP
N838NN 3FR oneworld paint
N839NN 3FS currently being painted at GUS
N894NN 3JD
N895NN 3JE
N896NN 3JF
N897NN 3JG
N908NN 3JT
N922NN 3KH
N923NN 3KJ
N924NN 3KK
N925NN 3KL
N926NN 3KM
N927NN 3KN
N928NN 3KP
N929NN 3KR
N930NN 3KS
N931NN 3KT
N932NN 3KU
N933NN 3KV
N934NN 3KW
N935NN 3KX
N936NN 3KY
N937NN 3LA
N938NN 3LB
N939NN 3LC AVOD
N940NN 3LD AVOD
N941NN 3LE AVOD
N942NN 3LF AVOD
N943NN 3LG AVOD
N944NN 3LH AVOD
N945NN 3LJ AVOD
N946NN 3LK AVOD
N947NN 3LL AVOD
N948NN 3LM AVOD
N949NN 3LN AVOD
N950NN 3LP AVOD

Boeing 757-200 (0/87)

Boeing 767-300 (35/58)
N342AN 342
N343AN 343 oneworld livery
N344AN 344
N345AN 345
N346AN 346
N347AN 347
N348AN 348
N349AN 349
N350AN 350 Retrofit Cabin
N366AA 366
N368AA 368
N369AA 369
N372AA 372
N373AA 373
N374AA 374
N7375A 375
N376AN 376
N378AN 378
N379AA 379
N380AN 380
N382AN 382
N383AN 383
N384AA 384 currently being painted at ROW
N385AM 385
N386AA 386
N387AM 387
N388AA 388
N389AA 389
N390AA 390
N391AA 391
N392AN 392
N393AN 393
N394AN 394
N395AN 395
N398AN 398

Boeing 767-200 (0/2)

Boeing 777-200 (47/47)
N770AN 7AA
N771AN 7AB
N772AN 7AC
N773AN 7AD
N774AN 7AE
N775AN 7AF
N776AN 7AG
N777AN 7AH
N778AN 7AJ
N779AN 7AK
N780AN 7AL
N781AN 7AM
N782AN 7AN
N783AN 7AP
N784AN 7AR
N785AN 7AS
N786AN 7AT
N787AN 7AU
N788AN 7AV
N789AN 7AW
N790AN 7AX
N791AN 7AY oneworld livery
N792AN 7BA
N793AN 7BB
N794AN 7BC
N795AN 7BD
N796AN 7BE oneworld livery
N797AN 7BF
N798AN 7BG
N799AN 7BH
N750AN 7BJ
N751AN 7BK
N752AN 7BL
N753AN 7BM
N754AN 7BN
N755AN 7BP
N756AM 7BR
N757AN 7BS
N758AN 7BT
N759AN 7BU
N760AN 7BV
N761AJ 7BW
N762AN 7BX
N765AN 7BY
N766AN 7CA
N767AJ 7CB
N768AA 7CC

Boeing 777-300 (13/13)
N717AN 7LA
N718AN 7LB
N719AN 7LC
N720AN 7LD
N721AN 7LE
N722AN 7LF
N723AN 7LG
N724AN 7LH
N725AN 7LJ
N726AN 7LK
N727AN 7LL
N728AN 7LM
N729AN 7LN acceptance check

US Airways

Airbus A319 (7/93)
N700UW 700
N701UW 701
N702UW 702
N703UW 703
N809AW 809
N814AW 814
N819AW 819

Airbus A320 (0/68)

Airbus A321 (1/96)
N579UW 579 Acceptance Check

Airbus A330-200 (0/14)

Airbus A330-300 (0/9)

Boeing 737-400 (0/12)

Boeing 757-200 (0/24)

Boeing 767-200 (0/8)

Embraer 190 (0/20)
Embraer 170/175 Republic (0/58)

Canadair CRJ200 PSA, Skywest, Air Wisconsin (0/116)
Canadair CRJ700 PSA (0/14)
Canadair CRJ900 Mesa, Skywest, PSA (1/52)
PSA Reg. UNK


deHavilland Dash 8 Piedmont (0/40)

[Edited 2014-05-21 08:54:42]
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ckfred
Posts: 5200
Joined: Wed Apr 25, 2001 12:50 pm

RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Wed May 21, 2014 3:14 pm

Quoting dtw757 (Reply 215):
McDonnell Douglas MD80 (0/161) None will get paint

Is that absolutely certain? I still think that for a plane that will stay in the fleet until the 2018 to 2020 range, painting might be more cost effective than polishing the skin and doing the maintenance that a bare-metal aircraft requires over the next 4 to 6 years.
 
miaami
Posts: 971
Joined: Thu Jul 12, 2007 2:27 am

RE: New AA Painted Aircraft - Part 5

Wed May 21, 2014 3:21 pm

Which 737 has the new One World Scheme? Looks like they skipped a delivery of one of the A321-T's. Reg goes from 797 to 799 skipping 798. Any word on when the first LAA 2 class A-321 will be arriving? Thanks again for the updates, I always look forward to your post and appreciate your hard work.

[Edited 2014-05-21 08:31:07]

[Edited 2014-05-21 08:32:22]

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