Aviation Photo #2067514 Boeing 737-3T0 - Orient Thai Airlines

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    Pawarin Prapukdee
    Orient Thai Airlines
    Boeing 737-3T0
    Boeing 737-300
    Boeing 737-300
    Boeing
    23371
    1191
    HS-BRC
    Phuket
    Thailand
    November 24, 2011
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Photo Added: February 18, 2012

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Anonymous
5 years ago
Beautiful photo.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Great shot.... but i wonder when did a -300 series 737 get winglets?
Anonymous
5 years ago
5*'s for an awesome capture of a beautiful work horse!
Anonymous
5 years ago
A classic 737 with winglets? Never seen this before. Looks amazing from this angle and I like that sense of power.
Awesome shot! 5*
Anonymous
5 years ago
Great shot! Love the blasting effect on the runway.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Great shot ! Norwegian air Shuttle DY has also installed winglets on their B737 300's, so all that uncommon it's not
Anonymous
5 years ago
Quite the capture, well done! I love the effect of the engine thrust on the wet runway, the "spray" effect is always cool to look at.

For those who are wondering when the 737 Classics started getting winglets, it has been a while since they started getting those. Continentyal and Southwest are two such airlines with many Classics retrofitted with winglets.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Interesting angle! As soon as I saw the info on the aircraft type, I checked its history. This is a former CAL B-737-300. Check out the paint on the winglets. Love the feeling of power from the engines as it kicks up a trail of mist behind it.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Great! It looks like a jet fighter..
Anonymous
5 years ago
Winglets have been available for retrofit on 737-300s, bringing them up to the 737-300X standard after the technology became available through the development of the NG.

You will see many of the Southwest classics with these winglets (the 300s not the 500s).
Anonymous
5 years ago
Ok the winglets but what kind of fuel does it burn cooking oil?
Anonymous
5 years ago
Great shot! Looks like a pretty rough landing considering the hight and angle of the aircraft and the fact it has just touched down. Or was this a touch and go landing?
Anonymous
5 years ago
This is an aircraft taking off. The detail is great as is the angle of rotation. Very nice!
Anonymous
5 years ago
It's not cooking opil, but spray from wet weather and runway surface...... very clear to see actually.....
Anonymous
5 years ago
Go, Hot Dog, Go

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