To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Discovery Channel's Shark Week, Southwest Airlines will be sporting artwork of different types of sharks.
The plane designs are a partnership between Southwest and Discovery Channel.
In years past, they had one shark-themed plane, but this year they will include five aircraft with customized decals featuring a different species of shark.
These shark flights took off from Dallas, Houston, Chicago and Phoenix and will continue to fly through the end of August.
Southwest is also sharing the tail numbers of the aircraft so fans can track their journey.
The airline even has a special channel dedicated to Shark Week that will have the premier of an episode of Great White Abyss before it airs on television.
Get ready Shark Week fans!!
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