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Boeing 737-200. A photo. Video. Characteristics. Reviews.

Boeing 737-200. A photo. Video. Characteristics. Reviews.

 

The narrow-body Boeing 737-200 jet airliner is one of the first mass-produced aircraft of the large Seven hundred and thirty-seventh family and belongs to the Original series. The Boeing 737-200 is an extended version of the less popular Boeing 737-100 airliner.

Development of the airliner by Boeing Commercial Airplanes began in February 1965. Work on a project to create an 85-seater airliner for short and medium-haul lines was a response to competition from the British BAC 1-11 aircraft and its entry into the American market. In the future, the project was changed, in particular, they decided to increase the passenger capacity to one hundred seats. Boeing Commercial Airplanes began production of the aircraft in two versions in order to occupy a large part of the market and satisfy the demand of a wide range of customers. This is a 100-seat Boeing 737-100 and an extended version with 115 seats - Boeing 737-200.

Boeing 737-200 photo

Boeing 737-200. Peru Star.

On the "two hundred" were set turbojets Pratt Whitney JT8D-7 65,8 each thrust of kN.

The main visual difference between the Boeing 737-200 and subsequent aircraft of the family is the presence of elongated engine nacelles, which have a cigar-like appearance, which extend across the entire wing width and protrude beyond its leading and building edges. On later models, the engine nacelles, suspended under the wing, are carried forward and do not protrude beyond the trailing edge of the wing. Another difference between the "737" series from the subsequent Boeing XNUMX aircraft is the smooth bending of the keel.

The Boeing 737-200 first took off from the ground and made its maiden flight on August 8, 1967. In December 1967, after the completion of tests, the Boeing 737-200 was certified along with the Boeing 737-100. The first customer for the Boeing 737-200 was the airline “United Airlines».

Boeing 737-200 photo

Boeing 737-200 Driving salon

In addition to the basic version have been released

The following options Boeing 737-200:

 

  • - Boeing 737-200С - cargo-passenger version of the aircraft, with a take-off weight of 52,40 tons.

  • - Boeing 737-200QC - a convertible version designed for both passenger and cargo air transportation

 

In 1971, an improved version of the aircraft was released, which received the designation Boeing 737-200 Advanced. On this version, the aerodynamics were improved, the thrust reverse efficiency was increased, and the flap design was also modified. This version became the basic modification for the further development of the Boeing 737 family.

 

Boeing 737-200 photo salon

Boeing 737-200 in the cabin

For the entire production period, from 1967 to 1988, about 1800 Boeing 737-200 aircraft were produced. The last scheduled passenger flight in the United States on a Boeing 737-200 was operated by Aloha Airlines on March 31, 2008. Today, the airliner continues to operate, mainly in emerging odd, as well as small, low-cost airlines. But due to the high noise level, maintenance costs, the amount of harmful emissions and high fuel consumption, the operation of the Boeing 737-200 is declining, and newer and more modern aircraft take its place.

 

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Boeing 737-200. Inside Delta Eirlayns.

 

Boeing 737-200 aircraft specifications:

  • The first flight of Boeing 737-200: 8 1967 years in August

  • Production Years: c 1967 1988 year on year

  • Length: 30,53 m.

  • Height: 11,23 m.

  • Wingspan: 25,35 m.

  • Fuselage Width: 3,76 m.

  • Empty weight: 27700 kg.

  • Wing area: 102 sq.m.

  • Cruising speed: 780 km / h..

  • Maximum speed: 876 km / h..

  • Ceiling: 10670 m.

  • Range: 3500 km.

  • Engines: 2 x turbofan Pratt Whitney JT8D-7

  • Length of takeoff: 1990 m.

  • path length: 1350 m.

  • Crew: 2 people

  • Number of passenger seats: 130 economy class seats

 

Boeing 737-200 video

 

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These huge machines, most likely, over time, will sink into oblivion, because overall, excessive noise, but ina ecology people pay more attention right now ....

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