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N974AN / 3DG (cn 30098/977) Here she is! American's first 737 with Blended Winglets. Departing from the new Terminal D on its way to MIA. This bird will surely be in the spotlight for days to come as she shows off her new wings!
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A visitor from United States posted Sat November 5, 2005:
Beautiful winglets!

A visitor from Switzerland posted Tue November 1, 2005:
The Winglets make the Boeing 737-800 more beautiful!!! ;-)

A visitor from United States posted Tue November 1, 2005:
One 737 done and many 757's to go

A visitor from United States posted Mon October 31, 2005:
Now its delta's turn! real nice hope to see these at RDU!

A visitor from Germany posted Mon October 31, 2005:
It's one of the best planes, isn't it?
Love these wings and the whole airplane looks simply fantastic!
WOW!!

A visitor from Sweden posted Mon October 31, 2005:
AA has the most beautiful painting of all airlines.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon October 31, 2005:
This type of bird is my favorite, Winglets make it look more sexier. The wife even agrees! Keep up the good Graphs. WOW.
Regards John Bothwell

A visitor from United States posted Mon October 31, 2005:
Excellent angle, no glare, great weather.

A visitor from Australia posted Mon October 31, 2005:
What a great photo. The 'puffy' cloud formation in the background looks terrific. The aircraft is well centered (in the photo), clear, great quality and simply looks great. Thank you for sharing it with us.

A visitor from United States posted Mon October 31, 2005:
Aboslutely wonderful shot. I love those winglets!

A visitor from Canada posted Mon October 31, 2005:
Awesome shot, nice winglets! I didn't think that AA would need to test those bad boys to see that they increase fuel efficiency. Once the results come back, hopefully American will install them on all the 738's. The only downside is the cost, which I believe is upwards of $400 000.

A visitor from United States posted Mon October 31, 2005:
I have never seen an AA 738 with winglets, and it has great lighting and the plane is really shiny! You can even clearly make out the aa.com on the winglet!

A visitor from United States posted Mon October 31, 2005:
Nice background (the clouds look great) and very good contrast.

A visitor from United States posted Mon October 31, 2005:
HOW LUCKY!
You got it man!
How beautifull! I hope they put them on all their 737s and 757s
YEEEEEEAH!!!
Saludos!

A visitor from United States posted Mon October 31, 2005:
Cristian Beutiful photo thier with the BO738 those AA winglets look amazing bet their fast!!!!!!!(-

A visitor from United States posted Mon October 31, 2005:
Wooo-hooo! It's here! Damn that bird is fine...

A visitor from United States posted Mon October 31, 2005:
Go now go fly

A visitor from United States posted Mon October 31, 2005:
Nice catch Eggers. I was at DFW same day but I missed it. Waiting to see it in the future days :).

A visitor from Israel posted Sun October 30, 2005:
The sky calling for you..

A visitor from United States posted Sun October 30, 2005:
Beautiful winglets! Didn't know AA was going to install them...

A visitor from United States posted Sun October 30, 2005:
Oh man, fine bird she is ;-)

very nice photo there

good job

A visitor from United States posted Sun October 30, 2005:
First Airliners.net photo of AA 738 with winglets! that's fast! :)

A visitor from Germany posted Sun October 30, 2005:
Thanks for sharing this picture with us Christian. Winglets look really nice on this AA 737, can't wait to see them on their 757's though.

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