“When your Southwest flight crew celebrates a plane full of kickass women and men going to the Women’s March by lighting it up,” she wrote on Instagram.
On a Southwest Airlines flight from Chicago-Midway International Airport to Baltimore-Washington International Airport Thursday that was reportedly full of men and women traveling for the march, the flight crew took notice and changed the hue of cabin lighting to bright pink.
Parrish later told Refinery 29 that while the Southwest crew didn’t make an announcement before changing the lights, their motives were clear.
Jennifer Moran, another passenger on the flight, also posted a photo of the lit cabin: “Southwest turns on the pink lights and a loud cheer erupts.”
While Traveler editors may not agree on Southwest’s boarding policy or rapping flight attendants , the sentiment here is certainly moving.
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Southwest Airlines Light Up Pink for Women’s March
“When your Southwest flight crew celebrate a plane full of kickass women and men going to the Women’s March by lighting it up!
Southwest Airlines is getting lit in honor of Saturday’s Women’s March on Washington.
?#lit #womensmarchonwashington #lovetrumpshate A photo posted by Krystal Parrish (@kpmagnolia) on Jan 19, 2017 at 12:56pm PSTSouthwest turns on the pink lights and a loud cheer erupts.
Several flights to D.C., including Southwest, were packed with women who are planning on participating in the march.
#WomensMarch pic.twitter.com/Ft8ukziRVk — Jennifer MOran (@jgmoran2) January 19, 2017On @AlaskaAir flight 4 with plane full of women and pussy hats.
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The event recently emerged as an abortion advocacy event and kicked out several pro-life groups after initially welcoming them as partners.
Before revealing this position, though, the organizers initially welcomed several pro-life groups as partners.
However, they quickly backtracked and kicked out the pro-life groups when abortion activists complained.
Mashable reports one or possibly more Southwest flights turned their cabin lights pink on Thursday to show support for the upcoming Women’s March on Washington.
#WomensMarch,” Jennifer Moran tweeted this week along with a photo of the flight to D.C.Southwest turns on the pink lights and a loud cheer erupts.
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