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Aircraft DataThe B737 is a twin engined short to medium range narrow body airliner. It is the most successful airliner in its class, first delivered in 1967, it has been developed continuously into a family of increasingly capable versions.
The -200 was the main production variant of the Classic 737 being slightly longer than the initial variant, the -100. Had up to 60% structural commonality with the Boeing 727, having 6 abreast seating was a major selling point in a small airliner.
|Country of origin||First flight||No. built||No. in service||Crew||Passengers|
|USA||1967||1114||400||2||97 - 136|
2 x Pratt & Whitney JT8D (16000 - 20000 lbf) turbofan engines.
Typical fit is the JT8D-17 with 16000lb thrust.
|Length||100 ft. 2 in.|
|Wing Span||93 ft. 0 in.|
|Height||37 ft. 0 in.|
|Empty Weight||60,600 lbs.|
|Max Weight||115,500 lbs.|
|Max Speed||509 kts|
|Cruise Speed||460 kts|
|Max Range||2,300nm (Max range could vary according to engines fitted, plus weight options.)|
Updated 2nd June 2011Show using: Metric | Imperial
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