Plane full of Women's March supporters headed to Washington, D.C. turns on pink cabin lights

A flight headed to Washington, D.C. on Thursday evening turned its cabin lights pink in an apparent show of support for passengers headed to Saturday's Women's March on Washington.

"Southwest turns on the pink lights and a loud cheer erupts. #WomensMarch" Twitter user Jennifer Moran captioned her photo.

And on Instagram, Krystal Parrish wrote, "When your Southwest flight crew celebrate a plane full of kickass women and men going to the Women's March by lighting it up!!"

A spokesperson for Southwest Airlines tells Mashable:

Per the New York Times, march organizers expect a turnout of more than 200,000 people, while local law enforcement have planned for as many as 400,000 people to march.

The event is scheduled for president-elect Donald Trump's first full day in office. He is expected to be sworn in as president at about noon on Friday.

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