How many passengers can a 737-300 carry?
The 110 ft (33.4 m) long -300 can seat 126 to 149 passengers while the 120 ft (36.4 m) long -400 accommodates 147 to 168 seats.
Does Southwest still fly the 737-300?
The last Southwest 737-300 revenue flight took place on September 29, 2017. Southwest was the launch customer for the Boeing 737-500, a smaller version of the 737-300.
How many 737 are in an operation?
The Boeing 737-800 NG, the model that crashed in China on Monday, is a workhorse of the skies. There are nearly 25,000 passenger planes in service worldwide, according to Cirium, an aviation data provider. Of those, about 4,200, or 17 percent, are Boeing 737-800 NGs.
How many 737 does Southwest own?
Southwest has 68 Boeing 737 MAX 8s, ch-aviation.com shows, nearly all of which are currently active. For now, its MAX aircraft are far overshadowed by 472 B737-700s and 207 B737-800s. Southwest retired 36 B737-700s in 2020, with 30 to 35 expected to be retired annually over the next 10 to 15 years.
Is there a difference between 737 and 737 MAX?
Comparing the 737 MAX 8 directly to the 737-800 on numbers alone, it quickly becomes evident that the newer MAX series has a longer range and the ability to carry an extra 18 fare-paying customers in a two-class setup. The MAX 200’s high-density layout also allows it to hold more passengers than one-class 737-800s.
What is the virtual flight deck on the Boeing 737?
Called the “virtual flight deck” by its project pilot, the flight deck on the next-generation 737 uses a computer-generated graphics presentation to reproduce either one of two different instrument panels: the panel in the 737-300/-400/-500 series of airplanes or the panel in the 777 and 747-400 airplanes.
How many seats does the Boeing 737-300 have?
Please click here for further information. The Jet2 Boeing 737-300 has 148 seats in a single- class and single isle configuration. This aircraft is equipped with Acro seats fitted to provide more space and comfort for passengers.
What kind of EADI does a 737 300 use?
The 737-300 EFIS/MAP system (figure 1) uses CRT displays for the primary electronic attitude direction indicator (EADI) and for the electronic horizontal situation indicator (EHSI). Some operators use electromechanical attitude direction instruments (ADI) rather than the CRT EADI.
What type of avionics does a Boeing 737 have?
Avionics on 737-100/-200/-300/-400/-500 airplanes use the analog-based ARINC 500 series. The propulsion control system in the 737-100/-200 is analog based and hydromechanical; on 737-300/-400/-500 models, it is electronic supervisory (hydromechanical control with electronic trim).