Vueling A320: winglets or sharklets?

If I playing the Vueling Airbus A320, it has winglets (see pic). But Matt posted a picture of the Vueling with sharklets on twitter. The registrationnumber is the same: EC-LUO. So I want to know: if you are playing the Vueling Airbus A320, has the plane winglets or sharklets?

  • Winglets
  • Sharklets

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Picture: Vueling Airbus A320 with winglets.

Sorry, but they are not called “winglets”, they’re called “wingtip fences”, or as @Boeing707 calls them, Doritos.

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Oh I tough it called winglets

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EC-LUO has sharklets in real

Winglets, are the ones on the Turkish Airlines 737. Wingtip fences are on that A319.

Oke I understand

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I have the shaeklet one it looks better

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I mean I have the sharklet version, it looks better

Boeing uses their own “Blended Winglets”, Airbus uses their own sharklets. Basically it’s like the same thing really.

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He is making a reference to the wingtip fences. One of our fellow forum members likes to call them, “Doritos”.

I say Dorito chips for the wingtips of the A320200 1989-2014 builds.

Rotate is saying they’re cheese flavored because of orabge Vueling chips

Sharklets.
I’ve checked Flightradar24 and noticed that there are only a very few Vueling A320s with the V2500-wingtip combination.
The most A320s equipped with V2500 engines have sharklets.

Last sunday, I flew to Barcelona, Spain witch Vueling. To Barcelona, the plane has wingtip fences and back to Amsterdam sharklets.


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