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Boeing 737-700 (N7746C)

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Three different chapters of Southwest at PHX!

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warmwynds
3 x 5 = 15 Nice! Right place, Right time.
Colton Fletcher
never seen the middle plane's livery before. nice shot!
Viv Pike
A virtually identical photo was posted by user Garrett Heller just 8 days before this post. I had to look twice to make sure it was not the same pic.

https://flightaware.com/photos/view/8960915-b49c17481068f2eea4c64d94f04078931708eb27/user/gh6912/sort/votes/page/1
zfwaviationPhoto Uploader
Hi Viv.

That's because Garrett and I went on a trip to Arizona together and therefore were standing next to each other for many of the shots we took. Thank you!
Viv Pike
Hi ZFWAviation. Thanks, awesome pictures, both of them.
Garrett Heller
Hi Viv- yep ZFW summed it up, we were next to one another when we both got this shot. It's ironic that we do have many similar frames from the trip. Thanks for the support
bigkahuna400
Not really big on Southwest livery....boring..Brown one looks best
Michael Wulfsohn
Nice pic! The contrasting livery schemes make the shot very interesting.
edwin schramm
N711HK , the aircraft in the middle is the only remaining aircraft in the Southwest fleet with the original livery. It was registered as N711HK in memory of Herb Kelleher the original CEO of Southwest who passed away recently; there's artwork of Herb's face painted on the opposite side of the cockpit.
Leon Kay
Thanks for posting an excellent shot of three Southwest Aircraft lined up, all in different livery.
marylou anderson
this is a great shot! Thank you!
zfwaviationPhoto Uploader
Thanks all!
Jack Hosier
The three generations all posing together.
ROBERT MILLS JR
SUPERB photograph!
I Fly SWA a lot, and, always note the tail numbers, and whether they're a 3/4/6/7/800 and now 8MAX for many years.
I remember seeing this one several times, but, never catching a ride.
Thanks to Edwin Schramm above for the enlightening details!
Herb Kellerher: One of my huge heros as a businessman.
LUV SWA!
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Date Aircraft Origin Destination Departure Arrival Duration
22-May-2020 B737Denver Intl ()Baltimore/Washington Intl () 11:53AM MDT 04:55PM EDT 3:01
22-May-2020 B737Baltimore/Washington Intl ()Denver Intl () 09:06AM EDT 10:22AM MDT 3:16
21-May-2020 B737San Antonio Intl ()Baltimore/Washington Intl () 02:27PM CDT 06:27PM EDT 2:59
21-May-2020 B737Phoenix Sky Harbor Intl ()San Antonio Intl () 09:46AM MST 01:32PM CDT 1:45
21-May-2020 B737Hartsfield-Jackson Intl ()Phoenix Sky Harbor Intl () 07:34AM EDT 08:22AM MST 3:48
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