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The range of the Boeing 737 has increased with almost every model produced. Starting from the original 737-100 that first flew in 1968 with a range of 1,720 miles, many models increased speed and range. The latest model, the 737-900 now flies 3,400 miles. - Some specialised aircraft, such as the model -600 produced for SAS flew longer ranges, up to 4,500 miles at slightly reduced weights.

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737-100:1,770 mi, 737-200:2,600 mi, 737 classic: 2,800, 737 next generation: 6,340.

No, it is not.

737 = 18,562,115,921,017,574,302,453,163,671,207

Since its introduction in 1968, the Boeing 737 has been produced in nine variants. All of them have the same minimum reciprocal speed: 0.001838 hours per mile. All of the variants from the 737-100 to the 737-500 have the same cruising reciprocal speed: 0.002062 hours per mile. The 737 Next Generation variants ... the -600, -700, -800, and -900 ... have a lower reciprocal cruising speed: 0.001957 hours per mile.

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The range is 3,000 - 5,000 nm.

Take-off speeds for the Boeing 737 range between 130 kts and 160 kts Landings speeds for the Boeing 737 range between 110 kts and 170 kts.

737 original: 737 100 737 200 737 classic: 737 300 737 400 737 500 737 Next generation: 737 600 737 700 737 800 737 900

All 737 aircraft are narrow bodies, from the 737-100 (the first 737) up to 737-900 (the latest 737).

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The maximum range of a Boeing 737 Next Generation is a little over 10,000 km. The distance between Vancouver, CA and Manchester, UK is a little over 7,000 km. So yes, a 737 NextGen could fly non-stop from Manchester, UK to Vancouver, CA. Any other 737 would not.

737-100:1,770 mi, 737-200:2,600 mi, 737 classic: 2,800, 737 next generation: 6,340.

737 grams (g) is .737 kilograms (kg).

138 ft 2 in (42.1 m) ______________________________________________________________________ It depends completely on the version of the 737 you are talking about. There are 9 different versions of it, from the 737-100 all the way to the 737-900. As I recall, the 737-600 is the shortest version, and the 737-900 is the longest.

No, JetBlue does not currently operate the 737. They currently operate the A320, which is similar to the 737.

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Nope. All of Southwest's flights are 737-300s, 737-500s, 737-700 (the most common) or a 737-800.