Classifying aircraft

Share the way you classify aircrafts on final, Here’s my way
777-200:4 doors on each side, gear has 3wheels tilting Up.
777-300ER: 5 doors on each side, gear has 3 wheels tilting Up
767-300: 4 doors on each side, some have. Winglets gear has 2 wheels tilting down.
767-400: 4 doors on each side, gear has 2 wheels tilting down, No winglets
757-300: 4 doors on each side,gear has 2 wheels tilting Up, some have winglets some don’t
757-200:4-3 doors on each side,2 wheels tilting Up, some have winglets and some don’t
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As an AvGeek I really don’t look at certain things, it’s like I just know.

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Same. I don’t really know the differences, I just have a Spidey sense.

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One is Boeing and the other is Airbus. 😏

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This is like a reference, to study

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Every aircraft has a unique difference, That helps me in order to indentifying aircrafts 😊

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The B757-300 has winglets though…

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Some do some don’t but I will add that and thanks

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A320 is gorgeous, E190 has a pointy tip, the CRJ is, the CRJ, and the 753 is ugly… Pretty staraightforward

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What is the point of this topic anyway? I’m pretty sure someone can identify what a 757-200 Dolphin is compared to a 757-300 Pencil.

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Just the Boeing 777-300ER that’s great

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Some people might not know what the pencil is

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Everyone knows what a pencil is. 🌚

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Another difference for the 764 is that it has raked wingtips.

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And the 77W for the difference between the 772.

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The 200LR has raked wingtips also

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Great topic. But I think that all 757-300s have winglets. I may be wrong though.

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How dare you forget the mighty Embraer. You sir, are not worthy ;)

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Lol. I was thinking in terms of major airlines, and less about regionals. 😏

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This one doesn’t

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