workhorse
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Iata Codes For Aircraft With Retrofitted Winglets

Sat Nov 20, 2010 10:43 pm

With recent development of winglets retrofitting, a lot of classic Boeing models now have a 'wingleted' counterpart.

The question is, have specific IATA codes been created to distinguish them from the initial model (like in 738 for 737-800 without winglets, 73H with them...)?

I am particularly interested in IATA codes (if any) for these:

737-300 with winglets
737-500 with winglets
737-900 (non-ER) with winglets
757-200 with winglets
757-300 with winglets
767-300 with winglets

Thanks in advance!
 
bgm
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RE: Iata Codes For Aircraft With Retrofitted Winglets

Sat Nov 20, 2010 11:06 pm

The only ones I could find:

73J = 737-900 (non-ER) with winglets
75W = 757-200 with winglets

Hope that helps  
 
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RE: Iata Codes For Aircraft With Retrofitted Winglets

Sun Nov 21, 2010 2:56 am

Quoting bgm (Reply 1):
The only ones I could find:

73J = 737-900 (non-ER) with winglets
75W = 757-200 with winglets

Hope that helps

Also:

73W - 737-700 with winglets
73H - 737-800 with winglets.
 
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RE: Iata Codes For Aircraft With Retrofitted Winglets

Sun Nov 21, 2010 1:34 pm

I realize winglets add slight performance increase and weight but what's the logic for a different IATA code?
 
workhorse
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RE: Iata Codes For Aircraft With Retrofitted Winglets

Sun Nov 21, 2010 4:51 pm

Quoting 26point2 (Reply 3):
I realize winglets add slight performance increase and weight but what's the logic for a different IATA code?

I guess gate space is the main issue.
 
workhorse
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RE: Iata Codes For Aircraft With Retrofitted Winglets

Sun Nov 21, 2010 4:53 pm

Quoting bgm (Reply 1):

73J = 737-900 (non-ER) with winglets
75W = 757-200 with winglets

Thanks for these, I didn't know 73J applied to retrofitted 737-900s (I thought it was for 737-900ERs only).
 
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RE: Iata Codes For Aircraft With Retrofitted Winglets

Sun Nov 21, 2010 6:25 pm

Quoting workhorse (Reply 5):
Thanks for these, I didn't know 73J applied to retrofitted 737-900s (I thought it was for 737-900ERs only).

I only know this because KLM use 73J for their 737-900 (non-ER) aircraft.  
 
 
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RE: Iata Codes For Aircraft With Retrofitted Winglets

Sat Apr 13, 2013 10:36 am

Hi

Just to add a question.

What is the current IATA code for a B757-300 with winglets

...... and has there been an IATA code allocated for the A320 with sharklets?

The above links don't have this info.

Regards

Len
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RE: Iata Codes For Aircraft With Retrofitted Winglets

Sat Jun 22, 2013 7:29 pm

Quote:
What is the current IATA code for a B757-300 with winglets

...... and has there been an IATA code allocated for the A320 with sharklets?

32A - A320 Sharklets
32C - A321 Sharklets
73C - B737-300 Winglets
75T - B757-300 Winglets
 
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RE: Iata Codes For Aircraft With Retrofitted Winglets

Sun Jun 23, 2013 1:18 am

Quoting tcx69k (Reply 9):
Quote:
What is the current IATA code for a B757-300 with winglets

...... and has there been an IATA code allocated for the A320 with sharklets?

32A - A320 Sharklets
32C - A321 Sharklets
73C - B737-300 Winglets
75T - B757-300 Winglets

What source did you use for that?

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