An unusual split winglet design, strikingly similar to the “dual feather” wingtip feature revealed by Boeing in May 2012 for its upcoming 737 MAX derivative, has been launched by Aviation Partners Boeing (APB) for retrofit on up to eight versions of the current Next Generation 737. The winglet development, dubbed the Split Scimitar, has been officially launched with an order from United Airlines and initially will be certified for retrofit of 737-800s. APB says the initial FAA ...


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