American Airlines Group (American Airlines and US Airways) (Dallas/Fort Worth) has repainted the pictured US Airways Airbus A319-112 N742PS (msn 1275) now with American titles. The Group is proud of its heritage logo jets and is also proud to remember its honored past. The group intends to have additional heritage jets (including TWA) for most of its heritage airlines that are now in the new and expanded American Airlines family tree (below).
The original Pacific Southwest Airlines-PSA (San Diego) operated from 1949 to 1988.
In other news, the continued negotiations for a combined pilot seniority list continues for the new American Airlines with some calling for America West pilots to be included in the negotiations.
This article by Ted Reed in Forbes details the on-going negotiations for a fair seniority list. Read the article: CLICK HERE
Copyright Photo: Jay Selman/AirlinersGallery.com. Airbus A319-112 N742PS (msn 1275) in the 1977 livery of PSA and now with American titles departs from the Charlotte hub.
Photos of the original PSA via YouTube:
Family Tree: Courtesy of American Airlines (aircraft images from AirlinersGallery.com):