Boeing 737-100

Boeing 737-100

19. 6. 2022 0 By toner

Boeing 737-100

The Boeing 737-100 is the first version of the popular airliner of the American manufacturer. It is the smallest version of the aircraft and was designed to carry 100 passengers. A total of 30 units of this machine eventually looked into the air, with Lufthansa operating the most of them.

The aircraft first flew on April 9, 1967, and entered commercial service on February 10, 1968.

technical parameters Boeing 737-100

 

manufacturer Boeing
ICAO code B731
first flight April 9, 1967
cockpit crew two
exit limit 124
2-class seats 85: 12F 73Y
1-class seats 103@34″ – 118@30″
span 93 ft (28 m)
lenght 94 ft (29 m)
height 37 ft (11 m)
width fuselage: 148 inches (3.8 m), cabin: 139.2 inches (3.54 m)
wing 979.9 sq ft (91.04 m2), 25° sweep
fuel capacity 4,720 US gal (17,900 L)
cargo 650 cu ft (18 m3)
speed Mach 0.745 – Mach 0.82 (430–473 kn; 796–876 km/h) Cruise—MMO
MTOW 110,000 lb (50,000 kg)
OEW 62,000 lb (28,000 kg)
range 1,540 nmi (2,850 km)
ceiling 37,000 ft (11,300 m)
engines 2 x Pratt & Whitney JT8D-7/-9/-15/-17
thrust 14,000 lbf (62 kN)

Boeing 737-100

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