Boeing 737-100

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Boeing 737-100
First Flight: April 9, 1967[1]
Assembled in: Renton, Washington
Number built: 30[2]
Category: Short-Haul Narrow-Body
Manufactured by: Boeing Commercial Airplanes

The Boeing 737-100 is a narrow-body short-haul airliner developed by Boeing in the late 1960s. The first model developed by Boeing of the Boeing 737, it introduced the original series of the model and was developed alongside the Boeing 737-200.

This aircraft is no longer in development and no aircraft are currently operating.

Specifications

  • Length: 28.67m
  • Height: 11.29m
  • Wingspan: 28.35m
  • Range (with full payload): 2,855km
  • Maximum Passenger Capacity: 100[3]

Variants

Operators

Americas

Central America

Northern America

Southern America


Asia

Eastern Asia

Southeastern Asia


Europe

Western Europe


Oceania

Australia and New Zealand


Prototypes/Demonstrators

Registration Thumbnail Model Year Engine Notes
N73700 737-100 1967 JT8D-7A
  • Demonstrator
  • Preserved at Museum of Flight.


References