American Airlines 737-800 (Old Livery)
As the old thread got closed and I couldn’t find a new one, I made this.
I really miss seeing this beautiful silver bird in the skies, and would love to see it added to Infinite Flight. From the 1980’s up until very recently, this livery was seen very very frequently in the skies of the U.S., Caribbean, Central America, etc. on American’s 737’s.
However, there is still 1 American 737 left in the old livery, N921NN (which is the one pictured above), which is not going to be re-painted! American has called it their “Retro AA TriColor Bar Livery”.
I feel that this livery would be a very good addition to the simulator. If you want to see it added too, don’t forget to click the VOTE button!
History Of AA and the 737:
American Airlines received their first Boing 737 classic in the 1980s. Since then, they have been a loyal customer of the 737 program. Historically, they have had a total of 52 737 classics. Historically, the 737-800 has been the most important 737 type in their fleet. AA currently operates 300 of the next generation 800 series aircraft, only second in number to Ryanair, dating back to their first delivery in 1999.
AA’s unique Old Livery:
The American Airlines old livery is one of the most notable in the skies. It is painted in red white and blue stripes along the middle, surrounded with different shades of grey. The rear of the aircraft features the old American Airlines logo on the tail fin that was used for 45 years from 1968 until 2013. Another of the most important aspect of this livery is the American Airlines Winglets, also painted in a red white and blue stripe. The unique livery combined with the 737-800 results in a unique airplane that does not disappoint!
The 2 paragraphs above are the words of @Reedgreat.