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I took this air-to-air photo in May 2015 at FL370 somewhere over Greece. It is a 737-800 operated by Turkish Airlines.

This particular airframe, TC-JFO, l/n 309, first flew in June 1999 and was fitted with winglets in 2009. The photo shows well the lack of full main gear doors that has been a feature of every series of 737. The two black dots forward of the gear are the ram air exit vents. These used to be louvred on the classics (see this photo).

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*** Updated 14 Nov 2021 ***

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