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Boeing 777-200

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"Silverbirds" in Chicago.

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great! 4 tails in one shot, and yes i do mean 4
JASON AWID
ahhhh...THE WAY IT SHOULD OF REMAINED...yep Caps...I'm yelling it out loud ....NEW LIVERY BLAhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
Oh ur right there is also an MD-80 in the background and are the other 3 all 777s?
skyhawkrg
I'm not any kind of expert, but looking at the vertical stabilizers and rudders, the closest aircraft's rudder's leading edge is straight from bottom to top, while the other two have a small detail of some sort at the top and the second back has a small difference at the bottom. Maybe different aircraft?
Dwight Hartje
Excellent tail lineup! The closed 2 aircraft are 777-200. The 3rd aircraft is a 767-300. The fourth and final aircraft is an MD82 or MD83.
skyhawkrg
Dwight, I must disagree on the tails. The closest has a one piece rudder, while 2 and 3 have trim tabs at the bottom of the rudders. Also there is a small difference at the top leading edge of the rudders, while the closest has none, the leading edge of the rudder is straight from bottom to top.

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