In October 2004, the US airline AirTran Airways added a Boeing 737-700 sporting the manufacturer’s serial number (MSN) 32744 and line number 1584 to its fleet. Equipped with 12 business class seats and 125 in economy class, the plane was registered as N169AT for ten years, flying domestic routes in the USA.
In 2014, the Boeing 737-700 switched from Atlanta to Dallas, where it found a new home at Southwest Airlines, now flying under registration N7705A. As a typical low-cost carrier, Southwest changed the configuration to a single-class cabin with 143 economy class seats.
On January 16, 2020, the aircraft took to the skies for the last time, landing with a five-minute delay at Pinal Airpark, where it was later dismantled into its individual parts and prepared for its new mission as an Aviationtag.
We are proud to welcome the first Boeing 737-700 to the Aviationtag family, the N7705A!