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southwest 737-300 takeoff las vegas

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Published on Apr 24, 2008

southwest 737-300 with winglets taking off from las vegas to san diego. flight#0016, reg#N604SW, seat#18F, date:042208

Comments • 10

ag3498
@dylanhelmer Those were the spoilerons. They assist the ailerons.
Jason Reeves
seems like its always really bumbpy after takeoff or landing in las vegas
dylanhelmer
one of the coolest things ive seen on swa was when we tookoff outta PHX where i live, and when we tookoff, the spoilers came up for a few seconds, and the reason i belive they do that is to bring the nose up more, i hear some of the 737's are kinda nose heavy. and the pilot even told me at KSMF (sacremento) that he did use spoilers on takeoff
dylanhelmer
and another good way is by the wing the -300 and -500 have the engine part extending a lil bit at the back of the wing, and the 700 looks like a 757-200 wing kinda, just helpin out :)
dylanhelmer
the 737-300W is better then the 737-700. i like both but the -300 looks nicer and i love the power and look of it
michael armstrong
they're becoming rather popular. 737-300s 757s 767s and eventually a few 737-600s are getting winglets
michael armstrong
anytime anything "might" happen. you might get hit by a meteor while checking your mail. doesn't mean that checking your mail is the most hazardous thing you could do in your life
michael armstrong
all airlines do tank inspections
michael armstrong
your story is a bit mixed up due to unreliable media coverage but those inspections are all completed.
Dan True
Must've been a windy day. That wing sure was goin. Great video.
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