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Infographic: Southwest's Fleet Changes, 2006-16

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Southwest's fleet has dramatically changed since 2006. Here is a visualization of its fleet changes in the last decade. (aviationweek.com) More...

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evbutler
Ev Butler 1
I have often thought that an all Boeing, Airbus, etc fleet. would be better for maintenance crews and parts inventory. However, what with all the mergers, it just ain't possible. Too many variants when there are mergers. Southwest has a good thing going with most of their fleet having interchangeable parts, simulators, etc.
jbbooks1
Lewis Tripp 0
Boeing is far superior to Airbus and there mostly copies of Boeing.
ToddBaldwin3
Todd Baldwin 2
they're, there, and their.

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