The arrival of an airliner at Oshkosh is nothing unusual; last year the show saw the gigantic Airbus A380, among others. But a recent post on Southwest’s blog describes the Aeroshell Square experience as seen through the fresh eyes of an airline employee who helped to coordinate the Boeing’s arrival. You can read the post here.
I had already left AirVenture 2010 when one of Southwest Airline’s Boeing 737s, N948WN–a month-old 737-700–arrived on July 31. The jet carried a special “2010 AirVenture” logo on its nose.