First 737-800 for Southwest sees daylight

 The much awaited first Boeing 737-800 for Southwest Airlines has finally seen daylight (or, actually night-light). The first aircraft, N8301J, was rolled out of Boeing’s Renton flight line on Friday. See below for the photos. Note the ETOPS marking on the nose gear door.



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All photos copyright Boeing.

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