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Southwest repaints 737 N629SW “Silver One”
Taxiing at San Francisco now with Blended Winglets (winglets were added about two weeks before repainting), Southwest has retained a "Silver One" logo by the nose. Copyright Photo: Mark Durbin.
N629SW prepares to taxi from the gate at Los Angeles in the gray fuselage version of "Silver One". Copyright Photo: Roy Lock.
Southwest Airlines (Dallas) has repainted its Boeing 737-3H4 N629SW (msn 27704) known as “Silver One” into the current 2001 colors. N629SW originally was introduced in a metal top scheme in June 1996 celebrating its 25th Anniversary (Silver Anniversary). In 1999 the metal top was replaced with gray paint.