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Hawaiian First wingleted 763

Post by seahawks7757 » 18 Oct 2009, 04:15

Was delivered today here in SEA. The tail is N587HA. Look for pictures tonight after I get home. Looks really nice and also they used LED lights for the NAV Lights and they look awesome.
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Post by FJ flyer » 18 Oct 2009, 04:31

Ok, good for you.
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Re: Hawaiian First wingleted 763

Post by NWADC9 » 18 Oct 2009, 04:35

I didn't know HA was getting winglets for their fat birds...
FJ flyer wrote:Ok, good for you.
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Re: Hawaiian First wingleted 763

Post by seahawks7757 » 18 Oct 2009, 04:41

Even though they are getting the airbusses they still have some longterm plans for keeping there 763's for a few quite a few years before they totally get rid of them. Also the A332's will be premiering on the LAX-HNL route after they are delivered.
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Re: Hawaiian First wingleted 763

Post by detpilot » 18 Oct 2009, 15:35

Looks good!
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Post by flyingking12093 » 18 Oct 2009, 15:37

How were you able to get on the tarmac? That's practically a dream of mine. Lucky :D
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Post by Delta320 » 18 Oct 2009, 16:23

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Post by seahawks7757 » 18 Oct 2009, 17:35

flyingking12093 wrote:How were you able to get on the tarmac? That's practically a dream of mine. Lucky :D

Because I work for the airline in my sig :wink:
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Post by sanins192 » 18 Oct 2009, 19:22

I really do like the blended winglets on the 767, and I like how Hawaiian have painted them to match the tail. Looks good! Thanks for sharing!
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Post by flyingking12093 » 18 Oct 2009, 21:26

seahawks7757 wrote:
flyingking12093 wrote:How were you able to get on the tarmac? That's practically a dream of mine. Lucky :D

Because I work for the airline in my sig :wink:
Oh I never looked. :D Still Lucky! :lol:
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Post by seahawks7757 » 19 Oct 2009, 02:22

sanins192 wrote:I really do like the blended winglets on the 767, and I like how Hawaiian have painted them to match the tail. Looks good! Thanks for sharing!

That is also what I like about them. The way they blend in with the tail.
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Post by accguate » 19 Oct 2009, 02:22

great shots the bird look sweet!..........
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Post by Northwestdc9 » 19 Oct 2009, 05:06

Definitely liking the painted winglets, much prettier than the other 767 winglets we've seen so far.
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Post by seahawks7757 » 19 Oct 2009, 05:13

Also after looking close up for the front lining they used chrome and that looks cool as well.
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Post by Northwestdc9 » 19 Oct 2009, 05:16

seahawks7757 wrote:Also after looking close up for the front lining they used chrome and that looks cool as well.
I doubt they'd use chrome on an aircraft. Chrome is for gangster-mobiles, fancy appliances and "bling" as they call it, not to mention expensive.

More likely it's the usual polished aluminum that looks very shiny since it's just been polished after being put back on.
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Post by seahawks7757 » 19 Oct 2009, 05:32

Northwestdc9 wrote:
seahawks7757 wrote:Also after looking close up for the front lining they used chrome and that looks cool as well.
I doubt they'd use chrome on an aircraft. Chrome is for gangster-mobiles, fancy appliances and "bling" as they call it, not to mention expensive.

More likely it's the usual polished aluminum that looks very shiny since it's just been polished after being put back on.

Ok thats what I ment :rolling:
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Post by a.trailblazer7 » 19 Oct 2009, 12:08

Pics look good, seeing that they were taken w/a cell phone :smokin:
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Re: Hawaiian First wingleted 763

Post by seahawks7757 » 19 Oct 2009, 20:25

a.trailblazer7 wrote:Pics look good, seeing that they were taken w/a cell phone :smokin:

3.2 MP. One of the best out there on a phone.
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