Following success of other models, winglets are hot for 767s

09/17/2008 | Air Transport World

Following orders this week from Air New Zealand and Hawaiian Airlines, Aviation Partners Boeing says its blended winglet for 767 aircraft is the company's fastest-selling model to date. APB says the 140 airlines using winglets on 737 and 757 aircraft already have saved some 1.2 billion gallons of fuel and cut carbon dioxide emissions by 11.5 million tons.

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