Which 737 Do Split Scimitars Fit Better?

737-700

737-800

737-900

Thoughts?

All from: www.planespotters.net

NO ONE CREATE A POLL!

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737-900 by far.

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Which further advatages do the scimitars have compared to the winglets?

Less drag, less fuel consumption (smaller vortices)

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So tough to decide between the 800 and 900…

If the photographer had a better angle on that UA 737-900ER, that would make it a fairer comparison

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1: Where’s the MAX?
2: Either the -8 or -9

This for the next gens

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Perhaps slightly off-topic, but Doritos would fit all three of them ^^

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Sorry…

  • 73G
  • 738
  • 739
  • None

0 voters

Please share what you voted for.

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If he said don’t make it then why would you do it? It’s indecent… If he says it’s fine ultimatelty I suppose this could stay but given the current situation, if I were you’d delete this

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The 737-700 looks all out ugly. Although I think the 737-800 and 737-900 split scimitars look really good.

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I did it because it just keeps things organized. I’m sure he won’t mind.

The reason I don’t want anyone to create a poll is because I want to see who has that opinion 😉

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738, I think if American buys any MAX’s there livery would look cool with scimitars

They already have orders placed

Then I pick Americans’s 738s

They have scimitars?!😍😕

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The 738. 739 looks too long and 737 (700) is too short and chubby for them.

The 737 MAX uses different winglets than the winglets that are being modified to split winglets on the 737NGs :)

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