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- Boeing 737-700 Next-Generation Specs
- Boeing 737-700 Next-Generation Engine and Performance
- Boeing 737-700 Next-Generation Cabin and Interior
- Boeing 737-700 Next-Generation Cockpit and Avionics
- Boeing 737-700 Next-Generation Price and Orders
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Boeing 737-700 Next-Generation Price, Specs, Interior, Cockpit. The Boeing 737-700 is a channel sized twin engine aircraft that belongs to the Boeing 737 Next-Generation (NG) family. The first flight was made in February 1997 and entered service with the release client of Southwest Airlines in 1998. This aircraft allowed the airline to provide domestic routes and short-haul international flights for more than 30 years.
The Boeing 737-700 is the basis for the Boeing (BBJ) business jet. There is also a conversion version, 737-700C, which is offered in all travelers or all cargo layouts and ordered by the US Naval Reserve (designated C-40A Clipper). In January 2006, Boeing introduced the long-range version, 737-700ER. The 737-700ER aircraft has a 737-700 fuselage with landing wings and 737-800 wheels, expanding its range by 3,972 km (2,145 nmi).
Boeing 737-700 Next-Generation Specs
The Boeing 737-700 fuselage was built using safe aluminum material. The aircraft wing has a fail-safe design with an aluminum alloy construct with corrosion resistant leather. Nosecone fairing, wings and fuselage, fin tips, fairing of flap actuators and other non-pressure components are constructed of glass fiber and carbon reinforced plastic (GFRP and CFRP). The back of the engine nacelles is built from graphite, Kevlar and glass fiber composites. Overall, the dimensions of the Boeing 737-700 include 33.6 m in length, 12.5 m in height, and 35.8 m in wingspan.
The landing system of the Boeing 737-700 is a landing gear that can be pulled hydraulically into a tricycle type. The gears are outfitted with oleo-pneumatic shock absorbers designed by Boeing. The main wheel pulls in with the wheels forming a well seal; the well has no door. The main wheels are outfitted with Honeywell or Goodrich wheel brakes. Twin nose wheel pulled forward.
Boeing 737-700 Next-Generation Engine and Performance
The Boeing 737-700 is powered by two CFM International CFM-56 turbofan engines, each generating thrust of 10.890 kg. Each engine is mounted on a pod engine under the wing. The aircraft is outfitted with an additional Honeywell 131-9B power unit, which provides 90 kVA and air start capability.
Noise on the ground is lessened to 12dB by installing a new diffuser duct and dampers on the cooling vents on additional power units. A new quiet operating fan has been installed in the environmental protection system and in the electronic cooling system.
Boeing 737-700 can fly with a fast forward of 876 km/ h and a cruising speed of 828 km/ h. The capacity of the fuel that can be carried by the aircraft is 26,025 l. The aircraft has an empty weight of 38,147 kg and can cover a range of up to 6,370 km.
Boeing 737-700 Next-Generation Cabin and Interior
The Boeing 737-700 cabin can accommodate 126 guests in a two class configuration, usually arranged with four first class travelers following and six tourist class travelers following. The maximum capacity that can be accommodated by the cabin is 149 seats. Air-conditioned cab with an air cycle environmental protection system. Airstairs is optional for the front cabin, which allows the aircraft to operate in an airport measuring conveyor.
Boeing 737-700 Next-Generation Cockpit and Avionics
The Boeing 737-700 cockpit accommodates pilot and co-pilot. The cockpit is geared up with a Common Display System (CDS) from Honeywell Air Transport Systems which combines six flat panel liquid crystal displays. The CDS software can be programmed to enable the presentation of data in the replication format of the main Boeing 777 electronic flight system and navigation and navigation display.
The cockpit can also be installed head up screen as an option. In addition, this aircraft can be outfitted with an optional global positioning system, satellite communications, and dual flight management systems.
Boeing 737-700 Next-Generation Price and Orders
The price of the latest Boeing 737-700 Next-Generation aircraft is around 89.1 million. In August 2011, Boeing sent 737-700 to Xiamen Airlines. This Next-Generation aircraft features a high-altitude/ high-temperature package and a Boeing Sky Interior.