Southwest unveils latest jet image: Penguin One

 
 
Penguin One, Southwest Airlines' newest specialty plane, makes its debut in Orlando
Penguin One, Southwest Airlines' newest specialty plane, makes its debut in Orlando
Stephen M. Keller / Southwest Airlines

Associated Press

Southwest Airlines Co. has added another creature to its fleet. Penguin One, a Boeing 737-700 painted with images of penguins, will help mark Southwest’s 25 years of partnership with SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment.

Southwest and SeaWorld — which opened a new attraction, Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin, last month — unveiled Penguin One Orlando International Airport on Thursday.

Penguin One joins a dozen other Southwest jets with unique paint schemes, including Shamu One and Shamu Two – featuring images of SeaWorld whales. Most of the other theme-decorated Southwest jets commemorate certain states, including Florida, Arizona and California.

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