Southwest Airlines Presents the Green Plane


Southwest is proud to introduce our Green Plane today. No, the paint isnt green, (though there is a decal) and you probably cant tell much difference on the interior, but our Green Plane is a test lab of eco-friendly products that we are evaluating. What makes this so innovative is that we hope to be able to reduce the weight of the aircraft by up to five pounds per seat, saving fuel and reducing emissions while being good environmental stewards. Yes, environmental decisions can also make …

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  1. #1 by andrewmsj at October 21st, 2009

    I dont understand it..

  2. #2 by snoopyloopy at October 21st, 2009

    so how long does a strip of the interior like that take? and crazy to think almost all those parts have to get faa approval for use in an aircraft. that’s a lot of stuff to keep track of.

  3. #3 by beefree1 at October 21st, 2009

    Here is quote, “What makes this so innovative is that we hope to be able to reduce the weight of
    the aircraft by up to five pounds per seat, saving fuel and reducing emissions while being good environmental stewards.”

  4. #4 by aja2460 at October 22nd, 2009

    It’s so cool. Thinking about the “little” things can make a very big difference.

  5. #5 by southwestairlines28 at October 22nd, 2009

    when is it in service????

  6. #6 by digitalpretzel at October 24th, 2009

    i love you southwest. i really do. but something about a time-lapse shot of people stripping the inside of a plane at high speed set to jazz music… makes me feel kind of…. unsafe? lol…. we’ll keep up the good work anyway.

  7. #7 by wuhlei at October 27th, 2009

    lame why not make a different kind of plane

  8. #8 by wuhlei at October 27th, 2009

    an electric plane would be so much safer.

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