Mmmmmmmm, shiny things....if you look real close at the reflection on the undernose, you can make out a row of parked cars. I'm in that row. Selfie! This MD-80 is Ship 426 which corresponds with tail number N426AA, delivered in November 1986 to American.
Location: SH114/Freeport Parkway
Here's another ex-TWA MD-80 still flying for American on short final for 17C. Delivered to TWA in September 1998, she still has her TeeDub tail number N9624T but as I've posted before, ex-TWA Mad Dogs at AA have alphanumeric fleet numbers- in this case, 4XK, as opposed to a numeric fleet number that corresponds with the tail number.
American actually has two MD-80s named "Flagship Tulsa"- this is the second one, N9627R called "Flagship Tulsa II". Both aircraft honor the employees of the Tulsa heavy maintenance base for their efforts in generating $500 million in value for the airline in 2006 after a two year effort.
Location: DFW Founders' Plaza
This particular MD-83 is unique in several ways. Tail number N9405T, she is one of a small handful of MD-80s that were built in China by SAIC (Shanghai Aircraft Industries Corporation) under license from McDonnell Douglas. Built in December 1992, she was to go to CAAC, the Chinese state airline, but was cancelled and instead went to TWA. She's one of a handful of ex-TWA MD-80s still flying for American and