1st AA 757 with winglets..

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Surprised no one posted this before, looks stunning in my opinion! Makes one of the best aircraft/livery combinations even better.

http://www.airliners.net/open.file/979551/L

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I was very surprised to see it as I wasn't aware AA had to chose to have their 757s fitted, does look fantastic. The website on the winglets is a nice touch ;)

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Surprised no one posted this before, looks stunning in my opinion! Makes one of the best aircraft/livery combinations even better.

http://www.airliners.net/open.file/979551/L

I have to agree. The 752 usually looks great anyway, but in AA livery with winglets it looks stunning.

Imagine how G-LSAA and G-LSAB would look with winglets. OK, I'm dreaming a little here, but they would look awesome!

Paul

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I always thought the 757 was as good as it gets when it comes to looks for a jet airliner (aside from concorde!), but these winglets make it look even better.

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For some reason anet has been down for me all day :(

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For some reason anet has been down for me all day :(

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Looks amazing, almost as good as the CO B752Ws... ;)