Originally Posted by WN737MX
VH-OGT, The aircraft shown in the video (L/N: 4106-YR730) was decaled as the eco-Demonstrator while in the Flight Test inventory during the initial instrumentation layup and flown under an experimental airworthiness certificate to prove out and showcase new technologies and concepts in a partnership with NASA and the FAA in Washington D.C. I was with her in Glasgow, Mo. While on remote testing. She has since been refurbished, decals removed (returned to her type certificate, production configuration). AA took delivery of her 11/20/2012. She's now in revenue service registered as N897NN, at a gate or in the air somewhere around the world........
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Thanks Kevin, I realized it wouldn't have been in commercial service due to the Experimental designation of the AC. Interesting nonetheless, do you work with Boeing? Looking forward to seeing the MAX in the air...