Orlando, Fla. –

Southwest Airlines in partnership with Sea World in Orlando has unveiled a new logo jet, Penguin One, to celebrate the park’s new Antarctica attraction.

Emblazoned on the side of the Boeing 737-700 airplane is a Gentoo penguin, one of the many types found both in Antarctica and at Sea World in Orlando, Florida.

The new attraction opened recently in Sea World’s Orlando park and if you’d like to visit, you’ll need to shell out $92 clams.

Southwest CEO Gary Kelly said, “SeaWorld has been an important partner to Southwest Airlines for 25 years.”

Southwest has previously put logo-livery onto its planes Shamu One for Sea World in the past and Florida One which has Florida’s flag painted across the airplane.

Southwest also have several other examples of logo jets such as Maryland One and Nevada, Battle Born.

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