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Southwest Airlines 'Lone Star One' 737-3H4 N352SW

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This is N352SW, c/n 24888, a 737-3H4 which first flew Oct 17, 1990 and was delivered to SWA Nov 6, 1990. Southwest introduced its second special livery, Lone Star One, in celebration of the airline’s 20th anniversary. This 737-3H4 was painted with the Texas state flag as a tribute to the airline’s home state and the ten Texas cities it serves. Ship 352 wore the carrier's original "Desert Gold" tail until July 2003, when it was repainted with a tail representative of the "Canyon Blue" colors. Lone Star One was retrofitted with winglets in mid-2010, and was retired from service on May 17, 2016. The livery is slated to be repainted onto a 737-700 later this year.

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