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A-321 at the gate next to it. The belt loader from the previous picture is now on the left side.
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They look nice, have you been seeing the 737 MAX lately?
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I have no idea how to tell the 737 Max apart from the 737-8. Somebody said the winglets are different, but those vary from airline to airline.
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They have bigger engines with chevrons, and a round tail cone at the back. That's how I tell them apart.
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I haven't seen any of those yet. Southwest is supposed to have a couple flying into here, but I haven't seen any yet. I'll have to pay closer attention. American hasn't put any in yet (though I have seen a couple 737-8's with the engine chevrons).
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Taking a couple days off. I survived 2017, so in celebration, we are going to Disneyland.
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I haven't seen any of those yet. Southwest is supposed to have a couple flying into here, but I haven't seen any yet. I'll have to pay closer attention. American hasn't put any in yet (though I have seen a couple 737-8's with the engine chevrons).
The engines with the chevrons are the MAX aircraft. The chevrons only appear on the new engines, which are a larger diameter than the ones used on the Next Generation (NG) aircraft.

This larger engine means a slightly redesigned pylon to mount to. Because of this, I do not think the new MAX engines can be mounted on a NG aircraft.

Regarding the winglets: The ones on the Max do not have the smooth sweeping transition that the ones on the NG aircraft have.

More info here:

Boeing 737 MAX - Differences
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