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McDonnell Douglas MD-83 (N9681B) - Ive been keeping an eye on the ever-decreasing number of MDs in AAs fleet, and earlier today I noticed that N9681B arrived at DFW a week ago ... and hasnt gone anywhere since then.  Im wondering if last weeks flight from Dayton to Dallas was its final revenue flight.br /This shot of N9681B was clicked back in 2009 as it was being prepped for a flight from DFW to SMF.br /Im really going to miss the Dogs.
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McDonnell Douglas MD-83 (N9681B)

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I've been keeping an eye on the ever-decreasing number of MDs in AA's fleet, and earlier today I noticed that N9681B arrived at DFW a week ago ... and hasn't gone anywhere since then. I'm wondering if last week's flight from Dayton to Dallas was its final revenue flight.
This shot of N9681B was clicked back in 2009 as it was being prepped for a flight from DFW to SMF.
I'm really going to miss the Dogs.

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Gary SchenauerPhoto Uploader
Although RNO is still seeing the MDs pass through here daily, I'm anticipating that Reno will see its last AA Dog by the end of June. That will leave AAY as the only airline still using MDs here.
Gary SchenauerPhoto Uploader
Mark T. >>> Check my comment under your photo of this Mad Dog.
My prediction that Reno would see its last AA MD "by the 'end' of June" was off by a month. Instead, it happened at the beginning of June. AA switched equipment from MD-80s to B738s on all flights to RNO yesterday.
Dwight Hartje
Outstanding "Mad Dog" shot! One of my favorite aircraft! Thank you for sharing this one with us!
Jordan Hartje
It is still in use.
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