Livery of the week: Southwest Airlines special

The world's largest low cost carrier, Southwest Airlines, has unveiled a brand new special livery to commemorate its operations to New Orleans. The airline's latest state-dedicated aircraft - Louisiana One - a Boeing 737-700, has been emblazoned with an artist's rendition of the Louisiana State flag, which is based around a pelican. A total of 475 litres of paint were used for the livery. Louisiana One joins eleven other B737s in the Southwest fleet that carry unique, state-themed paint schemes.

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