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it might not be for 800W ?

 

If you're asking about the real plane, it is definitely a -700. In fact, this specific 737 (N230WN) was the 5,000th 737 built. If you're asking about a repaint, then perhaps someone will do it for the -800, but first they'll do the -700 since that's what it really is.


Steve Caffey

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Dunno.. I think I prefer flying the 700 over the 800 when playing Southwest..

A 700 is my everyday runner. But I'll run the 800 every once in a while just to

be different.. :/

I'm kind of a purist.. If the real plane is a 700, the repaint should be a 700..

But.. I hardly ever fly the logo planes. I've got two or three of them now, and

they collect dust.. :( I like my plain jane everyday 700 most of the time.

I did fly the HOU to MDW 800 run a couple of weeks ago though..

That one runs early in the morning..

Also have done the HOU to LAS run a couple of times. It's an afternoon

flight.


Mark Keith

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