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Boeing 737-700 (VH-VBC)

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Fabian Dirscherl
nice pic
mike prendergast
Where are the winglets Brian?
Brian WilkesPhoto Uploader
Pic was taken when they just started to get there 737-700's and 800's. The very early aircraft did not come with the winglets 73G's and 738's untill some time later when they were added on in maintenance down time checks at Melbourne. All wingless aircraft were towed into the hanger on a Friday night and came out ready for the first flights on Monday morning with the winglets on.
For the life of me I can't find a link to a vid that exist of the team putting them on a plane. It was an interesting watch!
mike prendergast
Thanks Brian,great info!
Martin Allan
Brian, would a "Wingless" plane be classed as a Rocket?
Brian WilkesPhoto Uploader
It's ok Martin the person who asked the question knew what I was on about!!!!!!!!!!!!
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