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Boeing 737-800 (N583AS) - Shame to see so many birds all stored up at KPDX due to COVID-19. I'm told Alaska is going to park up to 25 planes on the crosswind runway.
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Boeing 737-800 (N583AS)

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Shame to see so many birds all stored up at KPDX due to COVID-19. I'm told Alaska is going to park up to 25 planes on the crosswind runway.

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lonewolf2121Photo Uploader
Trust me every time I look at the lineup while at work the 3rd one still bugs me.
Jason Apol
@quentin: I didn't see #3 was off until you said it. LAMO!!! Pull it ahead a couple feet and problem solved. =D
ken kemper
Quentin.........

Great and Sad Capture at the same time.

Very well done.
Valentin Ferno
Not to argue, but are you sure those are B737-800? I ask because of the winglets, that go up and down as well and I think that's a characteristic of the -MAX series.
Valentin Ferno
Ok, my bad. I should have checked the FAA Registry before posting previous question.
The first visible airplane (N583AS) it's a 737-890 as per this query https://registry.faa.gov/aircraftinquiry/NNum_Results.aspx?NNumbertxt=583AS
John Funk
There are two giveaways to tell the difference between a Max and a NG with the scimitar winglets: first the Max has the scalloped engine nacelle exhaust, like the 747-8 and 787, the other is the tail cone, the Max tail cone is very similar to a 787 tail, much more cylindrical and metal exterior.
fmj bld
I know a Captain in this company. How sad he is to see such aircraft alignment :o(
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