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First A319 with sharklets breaks cover

written by australianaviation.com.au | November 23, 2012
The first Airbus A319 with 'sharklets'. (Helmut Groening)

One month after Airbus’s first A321 fitted with wingtip ‘sharklets’ took to the skies, the first A319 to sport the fuel-saving devices has broken cover.  Seen here is D-AVWC at Hamburg.

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