Boeing B737-700 (POSKY)

Specifications Imperial Metric
Passengers 3 class: -
Passengers 2 class: 128 passengers
Passengers 1 class: 148 passengers
Typical Cruise: 0.785 mach
Range (full pax): 3.365 nm 6.038 km
Basic Oper. Weight: 83.000 lbs 37.727 kg
Max Zero Fuel Weight: 120.500 lbs 54.773 kg
Max Takeoff Weight: 153.500 lbs 69.773 kg
Max Fuel Capacity: 46.063 lbs 20.938 kg
Max Landing Weight: 128.000 lbs 58.059 kg
Source: Boeing model specs
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Sound: default 737
Fuel Planner: Fuel Planner Fuel Planner
Authors: POSKY(freeware)
 
Repaints: AW&PG - D. DeHaven
Date added: Jan. 24, 2008    

Aircraft:

The newest members of the Boeing 737 family - - the 737-700 model continues the 737's pre-eminence as the world's most popular and reliable commercial jet transport. The 737 family has won orders for more than 6,000 airplanes, which is more airplanes than The Boeing Company's biggest competitor has won for its entire product line since it began business.

The 737 - a short-to-medium-range airplane - is based on a key Boeing philosophy of delivering added value to airlines with reliability, simplicity and reduced operating and maintenance costs.

The Next-Generation 737 models build on the strengths that made the 737 the world's most successful commercial airliner, while incorporating improvements and value-added technology designed for the 21st century.

Advanced technology winglets allow airlines to save on fuel, extend its range, carry more payload and reduce engine maintenance costs. Blended winglets are wing tip extensions which provide several benefits to airplane operators. The winglet option increases the Next-Generation 737's lead as the newest and most technologically advanced airplane in its class. More . . .



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