Aviation Partners Boeing said it expects its 767 winglet program to be a runaway success and this week announced agreements to fit blended winglets on 767-300ERs operated by Air New Zealand and Hawaiian Airlines. ANZ said it will fit its five 767-300ERs with blended winglets by the end of next year and HA said it will have eight of the type fitted by the end of 2010. APB claims that winglets on 737s and 757s have saved a collective 1.2 billion gal. of fuel and 11.5 million tonnes of CO2 ...

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