Boeing 737-100


Boeing 737-130, Lufthansa, D-ABEQ, c/n 19027/52 © Tim Rees
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The Boeing 737-100 is a twin-engined short-range narrowbody airliner with a capacity of maximum 124 passengers produced by the American manufacturer Boeing Commercial Airplanes.
The Boeing 737-100 was developed with consultation with the launch customer Lufthansa which purchased 22 of the 30 produced aircraft. The 737-100 is together with the 737-200 member of the Original-737-Family. Today, no 737-100 remains in service.
Passengers85 / 96, max. 124
Propulsion2 Turbofan Engines
Engine ModelPratt & Whitney JT8D-15
Engine Power (each)68,9 kN15500 lbf
Speed933 km/h504 kts
  580 mph
Mmo (max. Mach)Mach 0.82
Service Ceiling10.668 m35.000 ft
Range3.185 km1.720 NM
1.979 mi.
Empty Weight28.120 kg61.994 lbs
max. Takeoff Weight49.896 kg110.000 lbs
max. Landing Weight44.906 kg99.000 lbs
Wing Span28,35 m93 ft 0 in
Wing Area102,0 m1098 ft
Length28,65 m93 ft 12 in
Height11,23 m36 ft 10 in
First Flight09.04.1967
Production Statusout of production
Production Range1967-1973
Total Production30
ICAO CodeB731
IATA Code731 737 73F
Data for (Version)Boeing 737-100

[Photo-ID: 12405] Karsten Palt 2016-04-12
Boeing 737-130, NASA, N515NA, c/n 19437 / 1, Karsten Palt, 2016Boeing
Reg.: N515NA
c/n: 19437 / 1
The first Boeing 737, Prototype PA-099, N73700 first flown on 09. April 1967
Museum of Flight [Seattle, WA]