Boeing 737-600

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Boeing 737-600
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First Flight: January 22, 1998[1]
Production Period: 1998-2006
Assembled in: Renton, Washington
Number built: 69
Category: Short/Medium-Haul Narrow-Body
Manufactured by: Boeing Commercial Airplanes

The Boeing 737-600 is a narrow-body short/medium-haul airliner developed by Boeing in the late 1990s. The 737-600 is the seventh model developed by Boeing of the Boeing 737 and the second model of the Boeing 737 Next Generation, the shortest of all NG models. It is the direct replacement for the Boeing 737-500.

This aircraft is no longer in development.

Specifications

  • Length: 31.24m
  • Height: 12.57m
  • Wingspan: 34.31m
  • Range (with full payload): 2,480km
  • Maximum Passenger Capacity: 132[2]

Variants

Operators

Previous operators in italics, current operators in bold.

Africa

Northern Africa


Americas

Northern America


Asia

Eastern Asia


Europe

Eastern Europe

Northern Europe

Western Europe


Oceania

Prototypes/Demonstrators

Registration Thumbnail Model Year Engine Notes
N7376 737-600 1998 CFM56-7B20
  • Test-bed.

Other Special Use

Registration Thumbnail Model Year Engine Notes


References

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