UPDATE: We’ve added to the list of planes currently painted in American’s new livery. Last updated 3/9.
So by now, we’re all familiar with the new American Airlines livery (jury’s still out on that one, by the way). Anyway, before a few days ago, the only aircraft painted in the new colors were a Boeing 737-800 and one (or perhaps two) Boeing 777-300s. Now, American is slowly rolling out the new livery across the fleet. We’ve got pictures today of a Boeing 767-300 and an American Eagle ERJ-145 wearing the new livery.
American’s tail numbers are trackable on FlightAware, so here’s a rundown of what to plug in to see where the repainted aircraft are flying.
- N717AN Boeing 777-300
- N718AN Boeing 777-300
- N719AN Boeing 777-300
- N720AN Boeing 777-300 (painted; not delivered; added 3/7)
- N721AN Boeing 777-300 (painted; not delivered; added 3/7)
- N368AA Boeing 767-300
- N7375A Boeing 767-300
- N908NN Boeing 737-800
- N803NN Boeing 737-800
- N928AE Embraer ERJ-145
- N505AE CRJ-700 (added 3/7)
We anticipate that this list will be expanding rapidly, especially as more Boeing 737s get delivered in the new livery. In the meantime, keep an eye on three tail numbers to see where these birds are. You’ll only find the 777-300s on the Dallas to Sao Paulo route (at least at present), so no need to track them down just yet.
American’s first painted Boeing 777-200 is anticipated to return to service after painting on April 8.