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The NEW AA! Looks great, I think they got it right. First plane arriving at DFW

Comments (15)
Posted by Sean D Silva on January 18, 2013

Looks beautiful! A few of our ugly Indian carriers particularly the 'broken egg'can take a leaf out of this on how to design a livery!

Posted by NNewcomb1 on January 18, 2013

Not really liking this new livery, too bad they couldn't have kept the old one...

Posted by Chris Kilroy on January 17, 2013

Fine shot of a historic event. Thanks for sharing, Joe!

Posted by Brian Hankey on January 17, 2013

Lovely shot! I agree with you that the logo looks magnificent. Can't wait to see it here in AUS.

Posted by ben boren on January 17, 2013

Beautiful picture and livery ! great photo.

Posted by Robert J Cijntje on January 17, 2013

Nice ! Hope to shoot it soon over the beach !

Posted by AA Watcher on January 17, 2013

Great shot... checked the history of N908NN and it looks like they snuck it out to get the new look on January 5th. I don't know a thing about painting and airplane, but wow that seems like a quick turn!

Posted by jeff on January 17, 2013

nice, but tail is ugly, NO stars on the blue for the flag

Posted by Edward Pascuzzi on January 17, 2013

Great shot!...but agreed, pretty ugly tail and livery in general. Stripes would have looked much more attractive!

Posted by Leonardo Mello on January 17, 2013

Beautiful livery! Very classy and fresh looking!!! I loved it! I'll miss the old one, though...

Posted by TheFlyingCroc on January 17, 2013

I don't like the tail design, the fuselage is not bad with the silver, new titles & logo, at least we still have the good old AA eagle's beak! :)

Posted by Dave Potter on January 17, 2013

I knew this would be a high hitter but almost 30,000 views in 8 hours, could this be a record?! I personally like the colours and the shot is very nice. Got lucky with the weather Joe!

Posted by A.Bacallado on January 17, 2013

Reminds me of the Sahara India tail design with different colors. Expected something better!

Posted by Dash on January 17, 2013

I am still a fan of the 50's international orange and lightning bolts. . . . .but, the change very good, refreshing

Posted by Dave Henderson on January 17, 2013

Great work with the quick upload Joe, you certainly got the scoop with this new livery! I quite like the livery itself, looks better than the mock up pictures of it.

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