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Southwest Airlines unveiled one of its Boeing 737s painted to in the colors of “Coco,” an upcoming Disney-Pixar movie.  Southwest Airlines>FullscreenSouthwest Airlines unveiled one of its Boeing 737s
Southwest Airlines unveiled one of its Boeing 737s painted to in the colors of “Coco,” an upcoming Disney-Pixar movie.  Southwest Airlines>FullscreenSouthwest Airlines unveiled one of its Boeing 737s
Southwest Airlines unveiled one of its Boeing 737s painted to in the colors of “Coco,” an upcoming Disney-Pixar movie.  Southwest Airlines>FullscreenSouthwest Airlines unveiled one of its Boeing 737s
Southwest Airlines unveiled one of its Boeing 737s painted to in the colors of “Coco,” an upcoming Disney-Pixar movie.  Southwest Airlines>FullscreenSouthwest Airlines unveiled one of its Boeing 737s
Southwest Airlines unveiled one of its Boeing 737s painted to in the colors of “Coco,” an upcoming Disney-Pixar movie.  Southwest Airlines>FullscreenSouthwest Airlines unveiled one of its Boeing 737s
Southwest Airlines unveiled one of its Boeing 737s painted to in the colors of “Coco,” an upcoming Disney-Pixar movie.  Southwest Airlines>FullscreenSouthwest Airlines unveiled one of its Boeing 737s
Southwest Airlines unveiled one of its Boeing 737s painted to in the colors of “Coco,” an upcoming Disney-Pixar movie.  Southwest Airlines>Fullscreen

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    Southwest Airlines is turning to Disney as the source of inspiration for its latest “specialty aircraft.” 

    The carrier will paint one of its Boeing 737s in the colors of “Coco,” an upcoming Disney-Pixar movie set to be released Nov. 22

    The animated film follows the travels of a young boy – Miguel – who is eager to become a musician despite his family's long-standing prohibition on music. Miguel’s adventures take him from the fictional Mexican town of Santa Cecilia to the “Land of the Dead,” a vibrant world inspired by the “Day of the Dead” holiday that's popular in Mexico. 

    The Southwest Boeing 737-700 getting the unique look in the Disney partnership will showcase a “vibrant ‘Coco’ logo and artwork inspired by the film.” The jet will fly to destinations throughout Southwest’s route map. 

    In particular, the plane’s motif could give Southwest increased visibility in its new international markets. Southwest first began flying international routes just three years ago, making its first cross-border flight in July 2014. Since then, the company has expanded rapidly across the Caribbean, Mexico and Central America. In Mexico, Southwest now flies numerous routes to the Mexican destinations of Cabo San Lucas, Cancun, Mexico City and Puerto Vallarta. 

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    Passengers don complimentary snorkel gear that Southwest handed out on its second-ever international flight -- which flew from BWI to Montego Bay, Jamaica, on July 1, 2014.
    Passengers don complimentary snorkel gear that Southwest handed out on its second-ever international flight -- which flew from BWI to Montego Bay, Jamaica, on July 1, 2014.  Southwest Airlines Wieck>FullscreenThis plane was the first-ever to fly paying Southwest passengers outside the USA on July 1, 2014, when it operated Flight 1804 from BWI airport to Aruba.
    This plane was the first-ever to fly paying Southwest passengers outside the USA on July 1, 2014, when it operated Flight 1804 from BWI airport to Aruba.  Ben Mutzabaugh, USA TODAY>FullscreenA sign directs Southwest's BWI passengers to international check-in on July 1, 2014. Southwest's first-ever international flights departed BWI later that morning.
    A sign directs Southwest's BWI passengers to international check-in on July 1, 2014. Southwest's first-ever international flights departed BWI later that morning.  Ben Mutzabaugh, USA TODAY>FullscreenSouthwest Airlines Flight 906 -- the carrier's first to Montego Bay, Jamaica, arrives from BWI on July 1, 2014.
    Southwest Airlines Flight 906 -- the carrier's first to Montego Bay, Jamaica, arrives from BWI on July 1, 2014.  Southwest Airlines>FullscreenPlane or airline-themed cakes have become common centerpieces at ceremonies to mark new airline service. This cake fashioned in the model of a Southwest 737 is one of the more unique ones.
    Plane or airline-themed cakes have become common centerpieces at ceremonies to mark new airline service. This cake fashioned in the model of a Southwest 737 is one of the more unique ones.  Ben Mutzabaugh, USA TODAY>FullscreenGate agents at BWI airport check to make sure passengers have their passports for Southwest's  first-ever international flights to Aruba and Jamaica.
    Gate agents at BWI airport check to make sure passengers have their passports for Southwest's first-ever international flights to Aruba and Jamaica.  Ben Mutzabaugh, USA TODAY>FullscreenSouthwest Airlines Flight 906 -- the carrier's first to Montego Bay, Jamaica, gets a water-cannon salute upon arriving on July 1, 2014.
    Southwest Airlines Flight 906 -- the carrier's first to Montego Bay, Jamaica, gets a water-cannon salute upon arriving on July 1, 2014.  Southwest Airlines>FullscreenPassengers from Flight 906 -- Southwest's first to Montego Bay, Jamaica -- are welcomed on arrival from BWI on July 1, 2014.
    Passengers from Flight 906 -- Southwest's first to Montego Bay, Jamaica -- are welcomed on arrival from BWI on July 1, 2014.  Southwest Airlines>FullscreenSouthwest placed complimentary snorkels at every seat on its first Caribbean flights – including this flight to Aruba from BWI – on July 1, 2014.
    Southwest placed complimentary snorkels at every seat on its first Caribbean flights – including this flight to Aruba from BWI – on July 1, 2014.  Ben Mutzabaugh, USA TODAY>FullscreenSouthwest Airlines Flight 906 -- the carrier's first to Montego Bay, Jamaica -- prepares to depart BWI  on July 1, 2014.
    Southwest Airlines Flight 906 -- the carrier's first to Montego Bay, Jamaica -- prepares to depart BWI on July 1, 2014.  Southwest Airlines>FullscreenPassengers from Southwest Airlines Flight 906 -- the carrier's first to Montego Bay, Jamaica-- are greeted upon arrival from BWI on July 1, 2014.
    Passengers from Southwest Airlines Flight 906 -- the carrier's first to Montego Bay, Jamaica-- are greeted upon arrival from BWI on July 1, 2014.  Southwest Airlines>FullscreenPassengers don complimentary snorkel gear that Southwest handed out on its first-ever international flight -- which flew from BWI to Aruba on July 1, 2014.
    Passengers don complimentary snorkel gear that Southwest handed out on its first-ever international flight -- which flew from BWI to Aruba on July 1, 2014.  Ben Mutzabaugh, USA TODAY>FullscreenWykeham McNeill (left), Jamaica's Minister of Tourism and Entertainment, and Kevin Krone, Southwest's Chief Marketing Officer, exchange gifts after Flight 906 arrived in Montego Bay on July 1, 2014.
    Wykeham McNeill (left), Jamaica's Minister of Tourism and Entertainment, and Kevin Krone, Southwest's Chief Marketing Officer, exchange gifts after Flight 906 arrived in Montego Bay on July 1, 2014.  Southwest Airlines>FullscreenSouthwest agents check-in passengers in the international queue at BWI on July 1, 2014. The passengers were flying on Southwest's first-ever international flights.
    Southwest agents check-in passengers in the international queue at BWI on July 1, 2014. The passengers were flying on Southwest's first-ever international flights.  Ben Mutzabaugh, USA TODAY>FullscreenMedia outlets -- including a CNBC camera crew -- turned out at BWI  airport on July 1, 2014, to cover the launch of Southwest's first-ever international flights.
    Media outlets -- including a CNBC camera crew -- turned out at BWI airport on July 1, 2014, to cover the launch of Southwest's first-ever international flights.  Ben Mutzabaugh, USA TODAY>FullscreenGate agents at BWI airport check to make sure passengers have their passports for Southwest's  first-ever international flights to Aruba and Jamaica.
    Gate agents at BWI airport check to make sure passengers have their passports for Southwest's first-ever international flights to Aruba and Jamaica.  Ben Mutzabaugh, USA TODAY>FullscreenTeresa Laraba, Southwest's Senior Vice President of Customers, speaks at a BWI press event on July 1, 2014, shortly before she boarded Flight 1804 to Aruba.
    Teresa Laraba, Southwest's Senior Vice President of Customers, speaks at a BWI press event on July 1, 2014, shortly before she boarded Flight 1804 to Aruba.  Ben Mutzabaugh, USA TODAY>FullscreenA boy on Southwest Flight 1804 -- the carrier's first-ever to fly paying passengers outside the USA -- volunteered to help attendants with their duties on the way from BWI airport to Aruba.
    A boy on Southwest Flight 1804 -- the carrier's first-ever to fly paying passengers outside the USA -- volunteered to help attendants with their duties on the way from BWI airport to Aruba.  Ben Mutzabaugh, USA TODAY>FullscreenThe white sands of Aruba come into view on July 1, 2014, as Southwest's first-ever international flight nears the end of its four-hour journey from Baltimore/Washington International.
    The white sands of Aruba come into view on July 1, 2014, as Southwest's first-ever international flight nears the end of its four-hour journey from Baltimore/Washington International.  Ben Mutzabaugh, USA TODAY>FullscreenAnd this is what the water-cannon salute looked like from inside Southwest Flight 1804 after it arrived in Aruba from BWI on July 1, 2014.
    And this is what the water-cannon salute looked like from inside Southwest Flight 1804 after it arrived in Aruba from BWI on July 1, 2014.  Ben Mutzabaugh, USA TODAY>FullscreenSouthwest's first-ever international departure makes its way to the gate after arriving to Aruba and receiving a traiditional water-cannon salute on July 1, 2014.
    Southwest's first-ever international departure makes its way to the gate after arriving to Aruba and receiving a traiditional water-cannon salute on July 1, 2014.  Ben Mutzabaugh, USA TODAY>FullscreenPlane or airline-themed cakes have become common centerpieces at ceremonies to mark new airline service. This cake fashioned in the model of a Southwest 737 is one of the more unique ones.
    Plane or airline-themed cakes have become common centerpieces at ceremonies to mark new airline service. This cake fashioned in the model of a Southwest 737 is one of the more unique ones.  Ben Mutzabaugh, USA TODAY>FullscreenSouthwest workers lined up to applaud passengers arrival to Aruba on Flight 1804 from BWI. Aruba tourism officials and media also were on hand.
    Southwest workers lined up to applaud passengers arrival to Aruba on Flight 1804 from BWI. Aruba tourism officials and media also were on hand.  Ben Mutzabaugh, USA TODAY>FullscreenThe 737 that operated Flight 1804 -- Southwest's first-ever international departure -- sits at a gate in Aruba after arriving from BWI on July 1, 2014.
    The 737 that operated Flight 1804 -- Southwest's first-ever international departure -- sits at a gate in Aruba after arriving from BWI on July 1, 2014.  Ben Mutzabaugh, USA TODAY>FullscreenTeresa Laraba, Southwest's Senior Vice President of Customers (third from the right), joins Aruba government officials for a ceremonial ribbon cutting to mark the carrier's first-ever flight to the island on July 1, 2014.
    Teresa Laraba, Southwest's Senior Vice President of Customers (third from the right), joins Aruba government officials for a ceremonial ribbon cutting to mark the carrier's first-ever flight to the island on July 1, 2014.  Ben Mutzabaugh, USA TODAY>FullscreenThe arrival of Southwest to Aruba was a big story for the local media.
    The arrival of Southwest to Aruba was a big story for the local media.  Ben Mutzabaugh, USA TODAY>FullscreenPassengers play along to a beach theme while awaiting Southwest's first-ever international flights to depart BWI airport on July 1, 2014, for Aruba and Jamaica.
    Passengers play along to a beach theme while awaiting Southwest's first-ever international flights to depart BWI airport on July 1, 2014, for Aruba and Jamaica.  Ben Mutzabaugh, USA TODAY>FullscreenTeresa Laraba, Southwest's Senior Vice President of Customers (left), presents a model Southwest 737 to an Aruba ministry to celebrate Southwest's arrival to Aruba.
    Teresa Laraba, Southwest's Senior Vice President of Customers (left), presents a model Southwest 737 to an Aruba ministry to celebrate Southwest's arrival to Aruba.  Ben Mutzabaugh, USA TODAY>FullscreenTeresa Laraba, Southwest's Senior Vice President of Customers, does her best to slice an intricate ceremonial cake in the shape of a Southwest 737 Aruba’s Queen Beatrix International Airport on July 1, 2014.
    Teresa Laraba, Southwest's Senior Vice President of Customers, does her best to slice an intricate ceremonial cake in the shape of a Southwest 737 Aruba’s Queen Beatrix International Airport on July 1, 2014.  Ben Mutzabaugh, USA TODAY>FullscreenCaribbean-themed musical performers were on hand at BWI on July 1, 2014, to help create atmosphere for Southwest’s first international flights -- bound for Aruba, Jamaica and the Bahamas.
    Caribbean-themed musical performers were on hand at BWI on July 1, 2014, to help create atmosphere for Southwest’s first international flights -- bound for Aruba, Jamaica and the Bahamas.  Ben Mutzabaugh, USA TODAY>FullscreenThis Aruba mascot – seen at Aruba’s Queen Beatrix International Airport  on July 1, 2014 -- welcomes fliers with a traditional Aruban greeting.
    This Aruba mascot – seen at Aruba’s Queen Beatrix International Airport on July 1, 2014 -- welcomes fliers with a traditional Aruban greeting.  Ben Mutzabaugh, USA TODAY>FullscreenTeresa Laraba, Southwest's Senior Vice President of Customers, talks at a press event at Aruba’s Queen Beatrix International Airport on July 1, 2014.
    Teresa Laraba, Southwest's Senior Vice President of Customers, talks at a press event at Aruba’s Queen Beatrix International Airport on July 1, 2014.  Ben Mutzabaugh, USA TODAY>FullscreenSouthwest Flight 1804 – Southwest’s first-ever international departure – flies over the Atlantic off the coast of the Carolinas on July 1, 2014, on its way from BWI airport to Aruba
    Southwest Flight 1804 – Southwest’s first-ever international departure – flies over the Atlantic off the coast of the Carolinas on July 1, 2014, on its way from BWI airport to Aruba  Ben Mutzabaugh, USA TODAY>FullscreenSouthwest passengers queue up at BWI to board Flight 1804 to Aruba on July 1, 2014. It was Southwest’s first-ever international flight.
    Southwest passengers queue up at BWI to board Flight 1804 to Aruba on July 1, 2014. It was Southwest’s first-ever international flight.  Ben Mutzabaugh, USA TODAY>FullscreenTeresa Laraba, Southwest's Senior Vice President of Customers, speaks to Aruban media after Flight 1804 – Southwest’s first-ever international flight – landed in Aruba on July 1, 2014.
    Teresa Laraba, Southwest's Senior Vice President of Customers, speaks to Aruban media after Flight 1804 – Southwest’s first-ever international flight – landed in Aruba on July 1, 2014.  Ben Mutzabaugh, USA TODAY>Fullscreen

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      The “Coco” plane isn’t the first Southwest aircraft to receive a special paint scheme. In June, Southwest rolled out a special shark-themed aircraft -- part of a “Shark Week” partnership with the Discovery Channel. 

      Perhaps even more notable have been Southwest’s “flagship” aircraft painted to honor a state that’s home to a large Southwest presence. Currently, Southwest is flying 10 state-themed Boeing 737s. An 11th will take to the skies when a new “Arizona One” livery begins flying next year, replacing a previous Arizona-themed paint scheme that disappeared this year when its aircraft was retired.

      Beyond the state-inspired planes, Southwest currently flies three other “specialty” aircraft. Those jets – all Boeing 737-700s – include “Triple Crown One,” one honoring airline co-founder Herb Kelleher and another featuring Southwest’s “Classic” brown, red and orange scheme. 

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      Southwest Airlines will fly this shark-themed livery on a Boeing 737-700 through Aug. 31, 2017, as part of a Shark Week promotion.  Southwest Airlines/Stephen M. Keller>FullscreenSouthwest Airlines will fly this shark-themed livery
      Southwest Airlines will fly this shark-themed livery on a Boeing 737-700 through Aug. 31, 2017, as part of a Shark Week promotion.  Southwest Airlines/Stephen M. Keller>FullscreenSouthwest Airlines will fly this shark-themed livery
      Southwest Airlines will fly this shark-themed livery on a Boeing 737-700 through Aug. 31, 2017, as part of a Shark Week promotion.  Southwest Airlines/Stephen M. Keller>FullscreenSouthwest Airlines will fly this shark-themed livery
      Southwest Airlines will fly this shark-themed livery on a Boeing 737-700 through Aug. 31, 2017, as part of a Shark Week promotion.  Southwest Airlines/Stephen M. Keller>FullscreenSouthwest Airlines will fly this shark-themed livery
      Southwest Airlines will fly this shark-themed livery on a Boeing 737-700 through Aug. 31, 2017, as part of a Shark Week promotion.  Southwest Airlines/Stephen M. Keller>Fullscreen

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