|Quoting Longhornmaniac (Reply 1):|
If I remember correctly, AA stopped the winglet program on their 763s a couple years back.
|Quoting ATL (Thread starter):|
(For example, do they fly DFW-LAX, MIA-LAX, MIA-DFW, LAX-ORD, etc..?)
|Quoting aa61hvy (Reply 2):|
At ORD lately it seems like 60% do have them. I actually prefer them without.
|Quoting N243NW (Reply 9):|
The winglet program has not stopped. A freshly wingleted plane rolls out of Tulsa about every 25 days. There are currently about 32 out of 58 763s completed (55%)
|Quoting DocLightning (Reply 3):|
Quoting Longhornmaniac (Reply 1):If I remember correctly, AA stopped the winglet program on their 763s a couple years back.
Why? Were they not happy with them? Everyone else seems happy with them.
|Quoting xdlx (Reply 15):|
76ER that has winglets do not have the capability to dump fuel.
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