It's a tie!
We've had the online poll up for almost two days now and Star-Telegram readers are evenly split between the American Airlines old logo design and the new flag design for the tail.
It should be “the new one!!! The old represents AMR legacy so it should only be use in Retrojets now on,” tweeted reader Ivan Tolj on Tuesday.
With over 800 votes, the old AA eagle logo design tail is winning with 51 percent of the vote while the new flag tail has garnered 49 percent. Twenty-three votes separate the current design winner.
On Monday, American CEO Doug Parker announced that employees would be asked to vote on the tail design for the carrier in response to questions about the merged airline's future livery.
Parker said the current light silver paint scheme would remain on the fuselage but workers could choose between the new American flag design on the tail (which was unveiled in January) or the old AA eagle logo.
Some readers still miss the polished silver look which was not one of the livery choices.
“All I can say is it will be a sad day when there are no more big silver birds in the Grapevine sky,” Antoinette Haste said on Twitter.
Employees have until January 2 to vote.
Of course, readers votes won't count in Parker's decision but we thought it would be fun to see what your opinion is.
The poll is still up here, so keep voting!