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Saturday February 2, 2013

Houston, TX (Current Weather Conditions)

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5. Clabo
9:46 PM GMT on February 04, 2013
SWA? Definitely a 737, then. :D I think that's all they run.

Yep, the vertical stabiliser sold me, too. ('Fcourse it's much clearer now on my huuuuge monitor at work than last night on my laptop. :D )


Wow, kinda weird seeing a 737 *without* winglets nowadays. :D
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4. papajuan
4:37 PM GMT on February 04, 2013
OLD 737 w/o winglets
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3. Sara99
1:54 AM GMT on February 04, 2013
I'm not sure what kind of plane it was. I do know that it was owned by Southwest Airlines :)
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2. Kajzar
1:42 AM GMT on February 04, 2013
I think it's a 737 without winglets. Compare leading edges of vertical stabilizers of A319 and 737.
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1. Clabo
1:30 AM GMT on February 04, 2013
Nice!

A319?

Too chubby and has the wrong nose to be an Embraer. No winglets, so it's not a 737, so that means fences instead (which I can *barely* make out, even squinting), so that's gotta be a Scarebus, just not sure of the model.
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