Photo: 'Penguin One', Courtesy Southwest.com
Associated Press Release
DALLAS (AP) -- Southwest Airlines Co. has added another creature to its fleet.
Dallas-based Southwest on Thursday announced Penguin One. The Boeing 737-700 painted with images of penguins will help mark Southwest's 25 years of partnership with SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment.
Southwest and SeaWorld unveiled Penguin One in Florida at Orlando International Airport.
Penguin One joins a dozen other Southwest jets with unique paint schemes, including Shamu One and Shamu Two -- featuring images of SeaWorld whales.
The other theme-decorated Southwest jets are Arizona One, California One, Colorado One, Florida One, Illinois One, Lone Star One for Texas, Maryland One, Nevada One, New Mexico One and Triple Crown One, for Southwest customer service achievements.
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