Going Hollywood

There’s no doubt that the American Airlines 777-300ER is gorgeous. But we had no idea it would be going Hollywood on us.

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Meet Tripp, one of the talking airplanes in a new Disney movie.

The upcoming animated 3D movie Disney’s “Planes” includes a cameo from a talking airplane named Tripp—inspired in part by American’s 777-300ER. Tripp is decked out in the airline’s new logo and tail livery in red, white and blue.

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Here’s the real thing— an American Airlines 777-300ER.

The movie debuts this Friday, August 2 in front of aviation fans who’ve gathered for EAA AirVenture Oshkosh— one week before opening in theaters nationwide. We look forward to getting a glimpse of Tripp on the big screen! You can check out a commercial featuring Tripp below, as well as the movie trailer.

Comments (4)

Walt Birdseye (Parkland, Wa):

PLANES and Boeing. Of course is a 777. Even better if a 787.

Norman (Long Beach, CA):

It seems like quite a movie. I wonder if Disney is planning a movie about trains or ships in the immediate future? I don't have kids but I sure want to see Planes.

Dr Dorothy (Harvard , Ma):

Wi-Fi,scramjet and etc, all just Boeing!Congratulations!
Bravo too to Boeing X-51 as flying from London/Europe to USA just 45 minutes!

RICHARD CAMPBELL (NASSAU NP,BAHAMAS.):

THE 777-300ER IS TRUELY THE BEST THERE IS IN THE WORLD.JUST HOW MANY OF THESE AIRCRAFT AMERICAN ORDER?
NO WOMDER WHY IT SIMPLE CALL THE WORLD BEST.
BEAUTIFUL JUST SIMPLE A BEAUTIFUL AIRCRAFT.KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK BOEING.

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