There are two new images in my commercial aviation gallery. They are both Boeing B-737's but they are quite different from each other.
The first is an Air Inuit B-737-200 fitted with the gravel kit. You can see the distinctive nose gear and deflection panel on this aircraft. This gear prevents rocks from being flung up into the body of the aircraft and into the jet engines. Being an older 200 model, the engines are pure jet engines from a bygone era.
The second image is a Canadian North B-737-300 retrofitted with winglets. This aircraft has a beautiful and distinctive livery. The tail sports a Polar Bear and the aircraft is powered by newer turbofan engines.
I hope you enjoy seeing these two different versions of an aircraft that has stood the test of time. Newer variants of the 737 are on the drawing board and will soon take to the skies.
Prints, t-shirts, mugs, and other goods are available with these images or any of the other images in all of the galleries.