A United Airlines Boeing 737-800 is equipped with a new, split scimitar winglet that adds a downward foil to the vertical one. Winglets cut drag and add to fuel savings.
A United Airlines Boeing 737-800 is equipped with a new, split scimitar winglet that adds a downward foil to the vertical one. Winglets cut drag and add to fuel savings. McClatchy-Tribune
A United Airlines Boeing 737-800 is equipped with a new, split scimitar winglet that adds a downward foil to the vertical one. Winglets cut drag and add to fuel savings. McClatchy-Tribune

Winglets go long way in saving airlines fuel

March 11, 2014 12:00 AM

UPDATED August 08, 2014 10:22 AM

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