US Airways puts its first American branded Airbus A330 into revenue service

US Airways (American Airlines Group) (Phoenix and Dallas/Fort Worth) has painted its first Airbus A330 in the American Airlines‘ 2013 livery. Airbus A330-323 N270AY (msn 315) was painted at Amarillo, Texas and was delivered to the Philadelphia hub on September 18, 2014. The first revenue service was from Philadelphia (PHL) to London (Heathrow) on September 19 followed by Venice on September 20.

The aircraft operated to Dublin, Ireland on September 21 arriving the next day. Today N270AY is pictured departing from Dublin for the return journey back to Philadelphia.

US Airways next will repaint the PSA heritage Airbus A319 with American titles.

Copyright Photo: Michael Kelly/AirlinersGallery.com.

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5 thoughts on “US Airways puts its first American branded Airbus A330 into revenue service

  1. Oliver

    I have been waiting so long to see this aircraft Bruce. After searching every so many months, only to find photoshopped pictures, it’s finally here. Hopefully it won’t be long until we see this beautiful aircraft landing at my dear Manchester

    All the best

    Oliver

  2. Oliver

    NO WAY!? I don’t mean to sound like a complete child but these are 2 aircraft I am desperate to see. Have you got an image on the gallery?

    Til next time

  3. Oliver

    I’ve just seen a video of N185AN and it was worth the wait. Such a great moment to see a historic AA aircraft finally in the carrier’s new colours.

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