Which is the newest version of the Boeing 737?
The 737-900ER (Extended Range) is the newest and largest variant of the 737NG generation.
Are there any RC models of Boeing 737?
The 737 is a popular RC airliner model and has been successfully produced by several model manufacturers. There are both composite and EPO Electric Ducted Fan kits and a fibre-glass Turbine Jet model available. Windrider produces a EPO version with a good number of order options and a composite 737 can be seen on AliExpress.
When did Lufthansa get their first Boeing 737?
Lufthansa received its first aircraft on December 28, 1967, and on February 10, 1968, became the first non-American airline to launch a new Boeing aircraft. Lufthansa was the only significant customer to purchase the 737-100 and only 30 aircraft were produced. The -200 was rolled out on June 29, 1967, and had its maiden flight on August 8, 1967.
Where can I buy parts for a Boeing 737?
Windrider produces a EPO version with a good number of order options and a composite 737 can be seen on AliExpress. The Norbert Rauch site offers a series of 1/16 scale Turbine fiber glass parts for several airliners including the 737.
What kind of engine control does a 737 have?
The PCS design of 737-600/-700/-800/-900 airplanes is a full-authority digital-electronic engine control, or FADEC, which is significantly different than the PCS on all earlier 737 models. Though the FADEC-based PCS contains several enhancements, the flight crew will notice few changes from earlier 737s.
When does Boeing resume production of the 737 MAX?
On May 27, 2020, Boeing resumed 737 MAX production at a low production rate, which it expected to be ramped up according to customer deliveries, towards 31 monthly in 2021. Between June 29 and July 1, 2020, the FAA and Boeing conducted a series of recertification test flights.
What’s the current range of the Boeing 737 MAX?
Boeing plans to improve its range from 3,850 nmi (4,430 mi; 7,130 km) to 3,915 nmi (4,505 mi; 7,251 km) after 2021. Production on the first 65-foot-long (20 m) wing spar for the 737-7 began in October 2017.