(Video) Southwest Airlines Introduces Boeing 737-700 "Missouri One"
On April 15, 2015, Southwest Airlines celebrated over 30 years of flights to and from destinations in the state of Missouri. To express its "love" for employees, friends and residents of the state of Missouri, Southwest Airlines presented the Boeing 737-700 aircraft "Missouri One" in an anniversary livery.
The aircraft was painted in 10 days.
Boeing 737-700 "Missouri One" Presentation Ceremony
Boeing 737-700 "Missouri One" in flight.
The ceremony took place in Kansas City, a destination served by Southwest Airlines starting with 1982. Representatives of the airline, including Gary Kelly, president and CEO, employees, but also officials from the state of Missouri attended. Kansas City Mayor Sly James was missing from the ceremony.