Boeing 737-700

The 737-700 was the first Next Generation series when launch customer Southwest Airlines ordered the variant in November 1993. The variant is based on the 737-300 and entered service in 1998. [108] is replaced by Boeing 737-300 in the lineup, and its direct competitor is the A319. It seats 126 passengers in a typical two classes or up to 149 in all economy configuration. [109] Boeing launched the 737-700ER, the January 30, 2006. [110] All Nippon Airways was the launch customer, with the first installment on 16 February 2007.The 737-700ER is a passenger version of the main line and 737 BBJ1 700IGW.Combina the 737-700 fuselage with the wings and landing gear of a 737-800. It offers a range of 5,510 nautical miles (10,205 kilometers), with capacity for 126 passengers in a traditional 2-class configuration. [111] A competitor to this model would A319LR. The 700ER has the longest range for a 737-700 TAROM 737.Un
The 737-700C is a convertible version where the seats can be removed from the aircraft to carry cargo. There is a large door on the left side of the aircraft. The U.S. Navy was the launch customer for the 737-700C. [112] The C-40A Clipper is a 737-700C used by the U.S. Navy as a replacement for the C-9B Skytrain II. The C-40B and 40C-C are used by the U.S. Air Force for transport of Generals and other senior leaders. The Boeing 737 AEW & C is a 737-700IGW more or less similar to the 737-700ER. It is an airborne warning and control (AEW & C) 737NG.Australia version is the first customer (as Project Wedgetail), followed by Turkey and South Korea.
In late July 2008, Delta Air Lines took delivery of the first of 10 aircraft equipped with -700 model carbon brakes Messier-Bugatti. [90] All Nippon Airways, Japan’s second largest carrier, is a pioneer of the models in Asia, with daily service between Tokyo and Mumbai. ANA’s service, believed to be the first all business class route connecting to a developing country, was started in September 2007 and use a Boeing 737-700ER equipped with 36 seats and an additional fuel tank.

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