Boeing 737

Written by Tom Jenkins On October - 29 - 2013 under Uncategorized Comments Off on Boeing 737

Among other ways of transportation, air transport is definitely the fastest way to reach your destination. If you used to travel by plane once in a while or on a regular basis, then you surely know how great it is to use this innovative technology put in the service of mass people these days. We can say that science has come to be a blessing gift to mankind, especially as it changes everything around in order to give endless benefits to people. The aviation industry is a sector where the triumph of science can be easily noticed due to innumerable aircraft and passenger jets which have been produced throughout the decades and which were designed to cover people’s needs for combat fighters and commercial airliners. You should know that among the successful global brands that manufacture airliners, we can mention the Boeing Commercial Airlines, which offers trusted and reliable commercial airplanes that fall both in the categories of economic and business class. However, in this article we will stick to presenting you various specifications regarding the Boeing 737.

The first thing you need to know about this Boeing airplane model is that it flew as prototype for the first time on April 9, 1967. These days, the 737 is still in service and regularly takes commercial flights, although many other modern and high performance airliners belonging to the Boeing Commercial Airlines have been produced. Moreover, the company seems to be interested in manufacturing a new 737 series based on the older version of the Boeing 737.

This airplane model is a mid-size and features a narrow body and twin-engine power. Initially, it was used as a shorter and low-cost passenger jet and then shifted to a medium-range airliner that could carry up to 215 passengers. It was built as an improved successor of the 707 and 727 airliner models. You should know that this passenger jet airliner is the only one featuring a narrow body shape in the Boeing airplane line. The versions that are currently being manufactured comprise the 737-600, 737-700, 737-800 and 737-900. Moreover, the company is committed to building a new and modern airliner under the name of Boeing 737 MAX in the next few years. You should know that the entire Boeing 737 line came with redesigned features in engine capacity and wing aerodynamics. But, while the Classic series came with improvements mostly concerned with wings and engine features, the 737 Next Generation series came with major changes in the interiors of the airliners.

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