Red, white and blue

The first 787 for American Airlines rolled out of the paint hangar in Everett early Thursday morning. I always enjoy showing off the liveries for first time 787 customers when we can. Enjoy these photos by Tim Stake.

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Comments (9)

Dr Dorothy (Washington, Virginia):

Congratulations to our American Airlines and Boeing!

Congratulations to American Airlines, US Airways to form largest air travel giant with latest WiFi and etc years ago! Another rich , robust, booming, fizzling, blossom and advancement of our USA aviation besides aerospace in this era!

Congratulations too to the investments of technology and hitech rallying and booming in USA where investors from USA as well as UK, Europe, Canada, Australia, NZ, Russia who invest Pentagon, NASA, USAF, Harvard and etc gain > 100,000% for all these investments including American Airlines, Boeing and etc Aerospace Companies!

Andrew Boydston (Boise, ID USA):

Lucky you, as you get to witness another Boeing master piece.

Here comes the art critic part.

Simply beautiful. Red, white, and Blue fitting for a Presidential Air Force one! Yet uniquely American as in Airlines. Make this one a postage stamp image as with all American made aircraft. Work with the US Post Office and I will buy sheets of these American 787's stamps.

Thiagarajan K Rengasamy (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia):

One word to describe it B E A U T I F U L

Bensliman, N. (Val D'Oise, France):

Well done !

Norman Garza (Long Beach, CA):

That looks very nice, American Airlines new livery looks very good on the 787. Congrats to Boeing and American Airlines on the 787.

Weldon K. Stanford (Redlands, CA):

I saw the building of this plane during a tour of Boeing with a group of retired military officers who served in the Boeing built Minuteman missile system at Minot AFB, North Dakota. Beautiful.

Ted C (Mt. Vernon, WA):

You're a grand old flag. Radical blue striping, they need some of that on the wingtips.

Ants R. (Newcastle, WA):

Just fantastic! Put AAL 787 on a stamp! That will be the only stamp I buy!

Paulo M (Johannesburg, RSA):

Lots of questions amongst the AvGeeks when it was ordered. Looking good

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