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American's former livery featuring a red, white and blue stripe on the aircraft's fuselage was developed by Massimo Vignelli.
Boeing 767-200 N252AU (c/n 24765) is one of ten currently in service with US Airways.
The Boeing 767 is a type common to American and US Airways as are the Boeing 737 and 757.
A330-200 N283AY (msn 1076) was delivered to US Airways in December 2009. The aircraft is one of 16 in service.
A319 N822AW (msn 1410) is painted in the colours of the Nevada state flag as a logo jet. US Airways continued the logo jet policy originally started by American West Airlines after the two carriers merged in 2005.
The most numerous type within the American Airlines fleet is the Boeing 737-800. American currently has 207 of the type in service.