Southwest wants fuel-efficient successor to 737-700

09/13/2005 | Seattle Times, The

Southwest Airlines is urging Boeing to develop a fuel-efficient jetliner that would include technologies used in the 787 Dreamliner. The new plane would replace the 737-700; Southwest is the world's largest 737 operator. A more fuel-efficient jetliner could help the airline remain profitable even as fuel prices climb, Southwest Chief Executive Officer Gary Kelly said.

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