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Since the model exists, this is mainly a question of painting them, so yes it is work but can be done. For which airline is this the case?

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Southwest and American look pretty good to me as is. Delta, United, Alaska, and Sun Country are all missing winglets I believe. All 737-700, 737-800, and 737-900 (including ER) for these airlines have winglets now. I think one of these airlines (Alaska maybe?) has winglets for the 800 but not the other model(s).

Thank you for the help! I am new to payware ai traffic and I have been quite impressed with this software! As a new user, how do these updates get pushed if they are made? Patches?

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Patches come one whenever there is a severe bug.

 

Free minor incremental updates come out once to twice a year containing newer schedules an new contents, the next beeing 6.0b.

Mayor updates for a low price to existing costumors come every two years or so, with a lot of heavy new contents, like new aircraft models or new significant technology changes.

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