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.

All photos copyright Boeing.

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