I have never seen a Delta Shuttle 738 with winglets at LGA or Boston, and I have never seen a picture on Airliners.net, Airways, Airliners, Airliner World, World Airline Fleets, Flying, Aviation Week & Space Technology, or Flight International of a Delta 738 with winglets. My question is, with no hint of a Delta 738 with winglets, and no scuttlebut about winglets on a Delta 738, where did this come from? My final question is, with such short stage lengths (which contraindicate winglets whose fuel saving performance is maximized over longer routes) on Shuttle flights and at over $250,000 U.S. per set, why in the hell would Delta ever put them on it's shuttle aircraft? Think about it, the winglets would show up on the mainline fleet FIRST whose stage lenghts are greater, and we have no indication of winglets on any DL738. I think you have done NO homework on this one Crash Landing. By the way, why would you have such a negative name with regard to flying? Don't you know that any negative comments about flying diminish the whole industry?