Re: Southwest Airlines 737-700

Date:         25 Jan 98 03:27:14 
From:         Brian Ratcliff <ratcliff@aero.und.edu>
Organization: University of North Dakota; Grand Forks
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On 24 Jan 1998 skiea3b@earthlink.net wrote:
> Southwest started revenue service on 1/18/98 with their first 737-700
> (N700GS). Does anyone know the routing or how the aircraft is
> performing?

I am not sure on the routing or the performance of the aircraft, but I
have another question.  Does the N-numbers of all southwest jets end in
"GS"?  I know that all aircraft who started flying with NOrthwest or
United end in the letters "NW" and "UA", respectively.  What do Southwest
Airlines jets end in?  I would think it would be "SW" or "SA".   Let me
know if anyone knows this.

THanks,
BRian