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More: Kansas City - International (MCI / KMCI)
More: USA - Missouri, July 10, 2008
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N389AA (cn 27449/564) 1st ever Aviation Partners Boeing winglet install on B767
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A visitor from - posted Sun July 12, 2009:
Great photo. The TWA logo is on the botton of picture

A visitor from United States posted Fri July 3, 2009:
Union labor at its finest! 4 guys working, 9 guys watching.

A visitor from Germany posted Tue July 15, 2008:
Looks great! The TWA Logo is on the box on the ladder ;)

A visitor from Australia posted Sun July 13, 2008:
The side of things we dont get to see to often, excellent pic and well done.

A visitor from United States posted Sat July 12, 2008:
*Bling*Bling*, hot stuff, can wait to see these birds fly...great capture

A visitor from - posted Sat July 12, 2008:
Is this part of the Amarican Airlines' plan to reduce the fuel consuption, and still keeping its old fleet? GREAT plan indeed :D!

A visitor from United States posted Sat July 12, 2008:
Find the TWA logo..........

A visitor from India posted Sat July 12, 2008:
Great to see this shot get accepted.
Heck for all it portrays........
Cheers - Vishal Jolapara

A visitor from Spain posted Sat July 12, 2008:
Nice shot! But I didn't know it is such a manual work in a non-high tech environment.

A visitor from Nigeria posted Sat July 12, 2008:
Looks like a really tall version of the b737 winglet, i wonder how heavy it is seeing that a crane is also involved in the lift. Cool photo.

A visitor from - posted Sat July 12, 2008:
Unique catch!

A visitor from United States posted Sat July 12, 2008:
Wow! Winglets always look small to me but this photo makes them look huge!

A visitor from Ireland posted Sat July 12, 2008:
Can't wait to see this , will it come to dublin?

A visitor from Ireland posted Sat July 12, 2008:
Daddy like !

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat July 12, 2008:
I didn't realize those winglets were so damn big, at least 3 times the height of a person !!!!

A visitor from Luxembourg posted Sat July 12, 2008:
How many engineeers does it take to install a winglet????lol a lot of spectators here........great photo.....can't wait to see the finished result!

A visitor from United States posted Fri July 11, 2008:
What a awsome picture. History in the making. Cant wait to see this lovely bird take-off with her brand new jewerly(winglets, lol)

A visitor from United States posted Fri July 11, 2008:
The intricacies involved in the operation were successfully portrayed in the image

A visitor from United States posted Fri July 11, 2008:
Lovin' It, Excellent capture! -Dave

A visitor from Netherlands posted Fri July 11, 2008:
My favorite now with WL? Great picture!

A visitor from United States posted Fri July 11, 2008:
Awesome! Can't wait to see this in service!

A visitor from United States posted Fri July 11, 2008:
Success!! i was wondering if they were ever going to install them

A visitor from Chile posted Fri July 11, 2008:
WOW a 763 with winglets!!! That ll'be an interesting sight!! Can't wait to see it ready!!

A visitor from United States posted Fri July 11, 2008:
The intricacies of the action taking place in the photo of the task at hand...the installation of the first ever winglet on a B767.

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