By CBSMiami.com Team

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – An airplane with a very special meaning landed at Miami International Airport Tuesday morning.

American Airlines partnered with “Stand Up To Cancer” and wrapped one of its planes with the names of family members impacted by cancer.

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The Airbus A321 features more than 22,000 names of cancer survivors, patients and those who have lost loved ones to cancer.

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Some of the names on the plane. (CBS4)

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The plane is touring four airports, with MIA being its first stop.

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The names are written on the black up arrow. (CBS4)

Names were submitted last year. Each submission came with a $25 donation, raising more than $825,000 for cancer research.

CBSMiami.com Team