American Airlines' first Boeing 787-8 being towed at Paine Field - Photo: American Airlines

American Airlines’ first Boeing 787-8 being towed at Paine Field – Photo: American Airlines

American Airlines’ first Boeing 787 came out of paint last night giving us a first glimpse at the Dreamliner in AA’s new livery.

When the airline takes delivery, by the end of the year, they will become the second US-based airline to operate the Dreamliner, after United. American has 16 787-8s and 26 of the larger 787-9 Dreamliners on order.

A rear angle of Americans 787 - Photo: American Airlines

A rear angle of Americans 787 – Photo: American Airlines

Catch more photos of American’s first 787 below.

American's first 787-8 in the paint booth - Photo: American Airlines

American’s first 787-8 in the paint booth – Photo: American Airlines

AA's 787-8 Dreamliner pulling out of the paint hangar at Paine Field - Photo: American Airlines

AA’s 787-8 Dreamliner pulling out of the paint hangar at Paine Field – Photo: American Airlines

A close up of the American titles on the 787 - Photo: American Airlines

A close up of the American titles on the 787 – Photo: American Airlines

A close-up of American's complex tail - Photo: American Airlines

A close-up of American’s complex tail – Photo: American Airlines

Learn more and see a few more photos at our friends at Airways News

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2 Comments

Is it possible for any livery to look bad on a 787? I don’t think so. I mean, come on. Just look at it.

Man that is one fine looking plane. It looks incredible, especially in the dark.

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