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Southwest Airlines
Boeing 737-2H4/Adv
Dallas - Love Field (DAL / KDAL)
USA - Texas, January 17, 2005
N95SW (cn 23054/969) N95SW sits quietly on the ramp overlooking the party held for her retirement. Herb was at the podium at the time of this photo and would soon be met with balloons from the ceiling and thousands of cheers... Over 1000 SWA employees and friends attended the pre-dawn event on this cold winter morning - most of which were in their pajamas. If you know anything about SWA, that shouldn't surprise you. Thanks to 737doctor for the angle. (Canon 300D / 28-135mm IS)
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