Southwest plans to replace older aircraft with new 737-800s

09/8/2011 | Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Texas) · Forbes

Southwest Airlines has 25 new 737-800s scheduled for delivery next year and expects to have at least 100 of the larger planes operating within its fleet in the next few years, says Laura Wright, chief financial officer at the carrier. Wright says the new aircraft will help Southwest reduce operating costs and improve flexibility in its schedule.

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