|Quoting HAWK21M (Reply 4):|
Were these B737s qouted equipped with Winglets?
|Quoting AAR90 (Reply 5):|
there is no noticable difference in the quality of the ride between winglet and non-winglet 738s -there are very slight performance differences noticable, but no ride quality differences.
|Quoting AAR90 (Reply 2):|
I don't know if it is 737 specific or the fact that there are so many 737s out there flying. OTOH, I seem to have been flying with a whole lot more FO's who haven't experienced what "real" turbulence is and claim "moderate chop" or "light turbulence" when we've barely entered "very light chop" (if that).
|Quoting Ryanair737 (Reply 8):|
I too find the 737 series sometimes to be a rough ride in chop, but mainly the 800 series.
The 747-400 is also a bumpy ride during turbulence, more so than any aircraft I have ever flown on - you really feel every jolt.
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