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Boeing 737-600

The B737 subfamily of the Classic series was supplanted by the Next Generation versions, the last and the shortest whereof is the Boeing 737-600. This version is 31.2 meters long, with wing span of 34.3 meters. This is a last upgraded variant in the series, which has a lesser lifting capacity and longer range.

The B737 500 has become a baseline for the Boeing 737-600. At the beginning of work on the new liner it was called the 737-500Х. Retaining similarity of appearance and common features in the system, the Boeing 737-600 finally acquired its new tail fins, highly efficient wing, a pair of engines being by an order more powerful than previously, and a digital complex of avionics from Honeywell analogous to “classic” 737 liners.

Architecturally, the Boeing’s 737-600 avionics is identical to the complex installed in the Boeing 777. For this series, unusual is the implementation of the indication CDS (Common Display System) complex incorporating six indication LCD displays, two DEU (Display Electronic Unit) calculators, the HUD (Head-Up Display) on the windshield, two control panels and commutation complex system. If necessary, the indication may be transferred to other displays. The CDS itself represents a central control system of main on-board complexes. Equally notable in the Boeing’s 737-600 avionics is a fact of efficient interaction between navigator and air data system as a single assembly of elements – ADIRS (Air Data and Inertial Reference System). ADIRS consists of the two enclosure boxes ADIRU (Air Data and Inertial Reference Unit).

Sales of Boeing 737-600 aircrafts much owes to this model being in demand among its consumers, who appreciated advantages of trips in the spacious and relatively quiet aircraft with ergonomic comfy seats, pleasant lighting and other features forming a notion of comfortable and undisturbed flight. Today this model is also produced in several cabin configurations, with 3.76 meters wide. The Boeing 737-600 may accommodate up to 132 passengers. The standard variant provides 110 seats in business and economy class. As a whole, the plane’s payload is within 15 tonnes.

A medium-powered engine unit is required for taking-off the aircraft with maximum all-up weight of 65 150 kilograms. The Boeing 737 600 has two CFM International CFM56-7B18 turbojet engines available for mounting, with thrust of 8 365 kilograms of force each, or CFM56-7B20, with thrust of 9 080 kilograms of force each. The coursing speed is 925 kilometers an hour, and maximum possible speed will be 967 kilometers an hour at a height of 12 500 meters. Flight range depends on particular Boeing 737-600 version and is within 5 650-5 910 kilometers.

SHORT TO MEDIUM RANGE
AIRLINER
BOEING 737-600
DIMENSIONS (EXTERNAL):
Overall length 31.2 m
Wing span 34.3 m
Overall Height 12.6 m
CABIN INTERIOR:
Cabin width 3.53 m
Cabin length 21.74  m
GENERAL INFORMATION:
Passengers Up to 132
Maximum range 5 970 km
High-speed cruise 876 km/h
Maximum operating altitude 12 500 м
Takeoff distance 1 877 m

 

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Specifications BOEING 737-600:

Aircraft: BOEING 737-600
Type: SHORT TO MEDIUM RANGE AIRLINER
Manufacturer:: BOEING COMMERCIAL AIRPLANES
Year: on request
Serial number of the aircraft: on request
Registration number of the aircraft: on request
Price: on request
Passengers: 132 (maximum)
110 (2-class, typical)
Engines: -2 X CFM56-7B18/3 18,400/86
-2 X CFM56-7B22/3 22,000/86
Weights: Mach 0.785
Max take-off weight: 56 - 65 tonnes
Max landing weight: 54 tonnes
Empty Weight: 37 tonnes
Max fuel capacity: 26 020 litres

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