Airplane Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-800 New Livery 15.5 Model Aircraft

Airplane Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-800 New Livery 15.5 Model Aircraft

Airplane Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-800 New Livery 15.5 Model Aircraft

Airplane Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-800 New Livery 15.41 Model Aircraft. (NYSE: LUV) is a major U. Airline and the world's largest low-cost carrier, headquartered in Dallas, Texas. It was established in 1967 and adopted its current name in 1971. The airline has more than 46,000 employees as of August 2012 and operates more than 3,400 flights per day.

As of June 5, 2011, it carries domestic passengers of any U. As of January 2013, Southwest Airlines has scheduled service to 79 destinations in 39 states. Southwest Airlines has solely operated Boeing 737s, except for a few years in the 1970s and 1980s, when it operated Boeing 727s. As of August 2012, Southwest is the largest operator of the 737 worldwide with over 550 in service, each operating an average of six flights per day. In May 2011, the airline acquired AirTran Airways, with the integration of the carriers expected to be complete by 2014. On March 1, 2012, the company was issued a single operating certificate, technically becoming one airline. Southwest's original primary livery was desert gold, red and orange, with pinstripes of white separating each section of color. The word Southwest appeared in white on the desert gold portion of the tail.

On the original three 737-200s, from June 1971, on the left side of the plane, the word Southwest was placed along the upper rear portion of the fuselage, with the word Airlines painted on the tail where Southwest is today N21SW. On the right side, the word Southwest was in the same place as today, but also had the word Airlines painted on the upper rear portion of the fuselage.

Southwest introduced the current canyon blue livery on January 16, 2001, the first primary livery change in Southwest's 30-year history. Spirit One was the first plane painted in the canyon blue fleet color scheme. The new livery replaces the former primary color, desert gold, with canyon blue and changes the Southwest text and pinstripes to gold.

The orange and red stripes continue to be used. The pinstripe along the plane is drawn in a more curved pattern instead of the straight horizontal line separating the colors in the original. For aircraft equipped with blended winglets, the blended winglets are painted to include the text SOUTHWEST.

Southwest completed repainting its entire fleet with the new Canyon Blue livery in early 2010; however, The Colleen Barrett Classic (N714CB), The Herbert D. Kelleher One (N711HK), & The Metallic Gold One (N792SW), which are Boeing 737700 aircraft, retain the original desert gold livery.

The item "Airplane Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-800 New Livery 15.5 Model Aircraft" is in sale since Monday, September 25, 2017. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Transportation\Aviation\Airlines\Southwest". The seller is "atlantisgift" and is located in New York. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.


Airplane Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-800 New Livery 15.5 Model Aircraft