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Date: 11/23/22 18:12
Boeings All by themselves
Author: dan

Approaching Denver terminal this afternoon. I have not seen them run solo forever and SD 45 max says another one should be coming soon too.  Maybe after a nap I'll rotate them I find it hard to do



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Date: 11/23/22 18:15
Re: Boeings All by themselves
Author: dan

 Have a good Thursday everyone








Date: 11/24/22 07:18
Re: Boeings All by themselves
Author: a737flyer

Looks like 737-800...900?  Big...



Date: 11/24/22 10:01
Re: Boeings All by themselves
Author: dan

trying to get them to Renton before the strike?



Date: 11/24/22 16:44
Re: Boeings All by themselves
Author: rrpreservation

Great stuff! Thanks for sharing your catch.



Date: 11/25/22 00:14
Re: Boeings All by themselves
Author: EricSP

I wonder if that plug on the end of the fuselage was developed for the 737 Next Generation series and is used on 737 Max as well. It did not think Boeing was still making 737 NG except for the P-8s (and possible AWACS 737s). With all of the windows none of these were any of those.

They are definitely 737-MAX8, 737-MAX9, and/or 737-MAX10 (or 737-800 and/or 737-900) since they have two emergency exits over the wings. One could probably count the windows to determine which size they are.



Date: 11/25/22 04:05
Re: Boeings All by themselves
Author: bmarti7

after careful review all 5 were Max 8's.

PCBill



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