Boeing 737-300
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Boeing 737-300. A photo. Video. Driving compartment. Characteristics. Reviews.

Boeing 737-300. A photo. Video. Driving compartment. Characteristics. Reviews.

 

The Boeing 737-300 is a narrow-body, twin-engine jet airliner for short and medium routes manufactured by Boeing Commercial Airplanes. The Boeing 737-300 is the base model of the 737 Classic series, which, in addition to this model, includes the Boeing 737-400 aircraft with an extended fuselage and the Boeing 737-500, a version with an increased flight range, but a shortened fuselage.

The Boeing 737-300, although it was created on the basis of the 2,64 series, retained many of its features, but the changes were visible in the name of the Boeing 56-3. On the new aircraft, the fuselage was increased by 1 meters, due to two additional sections, which were placed in front of and behind the main wing. Under the wing, the span of which was also increased, on the gondolas, new by-pass turboprop engines CFM International CFM90-737B-300 with a takeoff thrust of about XNUMX kN were installed. Unlike the previous series, most of the Boeing XNUMX-XNUMX engines were carried out in front of the aircraft wing. The keel of the airliner was also changed. The cockpit and navigation and flight equipment have also undergone modifications. The cockpit became more spacious and was equipped with modern digital EFIS avionics.

Boeing 737-300 photo

Boeing 737-300 Lufthansa

Now readings about the state of onboard systems, as well as the necessary flight information, were displayed on four color displays, which were duplicated by electromechanical indicators. The Boeing 737-300 was equipped with an on-board computer that controlled and linked together the autopilot and main navigation systems. The airliner now has the ability to install a GPS satellite navigation system.

The first test Boeing 737-300 rolled out of the Renton plant on January 17, 1984. The first flight on it was made on February 24, 1984. Certification for it was received on November 14, 1984. And in the same year, on November 28, the first Boeing 737-300 entered the American airline US Airwas. And in 1985, Boeing Commercial Airplanes received 252 orders for this airliner.

 

Boeing 737-300 photo salon

Boeing 737-300 Salon

Production of the Boeing 737-300 aircraft continued until 1999. In total, more than 1000 of these aircraft were ordered and produced. The last serial airliner of the 17 series, registration number ZK-NGJ, was delivered on December 1999, 737 to Air New Zealand. Today, the Boeing 300-XNUMX continues to be used by many airlines on short and medium routes with low passenger traffic.

 

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Boeing 737-300 cabin layout

Boeing 737-300 interior scheme

 

Boeing 737-300 aircraft specifications:

  • The first flight of Boeing 737-300: 24 1984 February year
  • Production Years: c 1984 1999 year on year
  • Length: 33,40 m.
  • Height: 11,13 m.
  • Wingspan: 28,88 m.
  • Fuselage Width: 3,76 m.
  • Empty weight: 32460 kg.
  • Wing area: 105,40 sq.m.
  • Cruising speed: 780 km / h..
  • Maximum speed: 876 km / h..
  • Ceiling: 11300 m.
  • Range at maximum load: 4204 km.
  • Engines: 2 x turbojet engine CFM International CFM56-3B-1
  • Length of takeoff: 1950 m.
  • path length: 1400 m.
  • Crew: 2 people
  • Seats: 149 Economy Class Seats 

 

Boeing 737-300 video

 

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