Discussion in 'Transportation' started by wee-haggis, Sep 26, 2005.
Does anyone know what typical aircaraft would be used by SWA between Buf and Mco ?
Southwest uses one type of airplane. The 737.
Southwest only flys Boeing 737's. So the answer to your question is a 737.
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Thanks...I should have been more specific.
In their fleet they use 737-300,737-500 and 737-700.
I believe you might get any of the above. The only difference anyway is that the 300 and 700 models have 15 more seats than the 500. At least that is what I read on one of the airline forums I visit once in a while.
Do the 700s have those nifty video screens that drop down from the ceiling in each row? I know the 800s do.
No videos on SWA. Just low fares, and reliable schedules.
Check their website. They might have a breakdown of the # in their fleet of each model.
Southwest is the only way to go. Wish they came to Philly sooner.
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