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A special lineup courtesy of DFW operations. Big thanks to the tower folks, the best in the business. Unfortunately the sun didn't cooperate and the day could not have been more drab. N908NN, N951AA, N845NN lined up.

Comments (13)
Posted by Leonardo Mello on February 04, 2013

Awesome picture! I really love the new American scheme.

Posted by Roger Cannegieter on January 29, 2013

Very nice picture Joe!!! A unique line-up that many of us would like to see as well!!! Cheers, Roger Cannegieter

Posted by DJ Reed - OPShots Photo Team on January 29, 2013

Drab weather, great result. Thanks for coming thru with another big time photo!

Posted by Marseno Bremer on January 29, 2013

Great shot Joe! N951AA should have been on the other end, but regardless, still a great shot!

Posted by Quego Norrea on January 29, 2013

Great catch, really nice the three in the time.

Posted by on January 29, 2013

Fantastic history!

Posted by Kevin Koske on January 29, 2013

Historical lineup! Congrats, Joe! Great work!

Posted by Nigel Garrigan on January 29, 2013

A really great shot, great organisation too! Congrats. Nig.

Posted by Itay Tsin on January 29, 2013

Ouch! Cracking shot! What an amazing overview of AA's 3 legendary 737's. 5* shot despite the "drab day".

Posted by KoryC on January 29, 2013

That's a great line-up. I still personally prefer the two older schemes though.

Posted by JAMES BABINSKI on January 29, 2013

Very nice shot!

Posted by Derin on January 28, 2013

What a catch! Lucky you

Posted by Ian San Gabriel on January 28, 2013

That is truly priceless. Lucky you and again kudos.

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