Boeing 737-900

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The 737-900 is the largest and latest member of the 737 family, and was launched on September 10, 1997 with an order for 10 from Alaska Airlines. A 1,57 meter plug forward of the wing and a 1,07 meter plug rear compared with the -800 increases seating to 177 in two classes (maximum seating is the same as the 737-800’s due to emergency exit requirements).

Boeing 737-900ER

The 737-900ER incorporates a new pair of exit doors, a flat rear-pressure bulkhead and other structural and aerodynamic design changes that allow it to carry up to 215 passengers and fly up to 3.200 nautical miles (5.925 km).

Boeing BBJ 3

Boeing launched on November 21, 2005 a business jet version of Boeing’s Next-Generation 737-900ER commercial jetliner. The BBJ 3 offers 35 percent more cabin space than the BBJ and 11 percent more cabin space than the BBJ 2.

The BBJ 3 will offer 104 square meters of cabin space. With up to five auxiliary fuel tanks, the jet will have a maximum range of 4,765 nautical miles (8.825 km).

Developing nation: United States of America
Manufacturer/designer: Boeing Commercial Airplane Company.
Production line: Renton Municipal Airport, WA.
Type aircraft: Short to medium range airliner.
First flight: – 737-100 April 9, 1967, N73700.

– 737-200 August 8, 1967, N9001U.

– 737-200C September 18, 1968.

– 737-200Adv April 15, 1971.

– 737-300 February 24, 1984, N350AU.

– 737-400 February 19, 1988, N73700.

– 737-500 June 30, 1989, N73700.

– 737-600 January 22, 1998, N7376.

– 737-700 February 9, 1997, N737X.

– 737-800 July 31, 1997, N737BX.

– 737-900 September 2000, N737X.

– 737-900ER September 1, 2006

First delivery: – 737-100 December 28, 1967 to Lufthansa.

– 737-200 December 29, 1967 to United Airlines.

– 737-200C October 30, 1968 to Wien Consolidated.

– 737-200Adv May 20, 1971 to All Nippon Airways.

– 737-300 November 28, 1984 to USAir.

– 737-400 September 15, 1988 to Piedmont.

– 737-500 February 28, 1990 to Southwest.

– 737-600 August, 1998 to SAS.

– 737-700 December 17, 1997 to Southwest.

– 737-800 April 22, 1998 to Hapag Lloyd.

– 737-900 May 16, 2001 to Alaska Airlines.

Last delivery: – 737-100 July 26, 1973 to NASA.

– 737-200 April 5, 71 to Indian Airlines.

– 737-200C July 5, 1985 to Markair.

– 737-200Adv August 8, 1988 to Xiamen Airlines.

– 737-300 December 17, 1999 to Air New Zealand.

– 737-400 February 25, 2000 to CSA Czech Airlines.

– 737-500 July 26, 1999 to Air Nippon.

Boeing 737-900
Cockpit crew: two pilots.
Passengers single class: 189.
Passengers two class: –   12 first class.

– 165 economy class.

Cabin length: 32,61 m.
Cabin diameter: 3,54 m.
Cabin height: 2,20 m.
Cargo volume: – under floor 51,9 m³.
Wing span: 34,31 m.
Wing area: 125 m².
Wing sweep: 25 degrees.
Fuselage length: 42,11 m.
Fuselage diameter: 3,76 m.
Height: 12,55 m.
Horizontal tail unit: 14,36 m.
Wheelbase: 17,17 m.
Track: 5,72 m.
Engines: – two CFM International CFM56-7B each rated 121 kN.
Weight: – empty: 42.901 Kg.

– max. zero-fuel weight: 63.639 Kg.

– fuel: 26.035 liters.

– max. payload: 20.738 Kg.

Max. take off weight: 79.016 Kg.
Max. landing weight: 66.361 Kg.
Cruise speed: 938 km/h.
Max. speed: 974 km/h.
Service ceiling: 11.582 m.
Max. ceiling: 12.500 m.
Range: 5.084 km.

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