737-700 Convertible/C40A Clipper

I would like the C40A Clipper/737-700C to be added to the IF fleet.

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US Navy C40A Clipper «693» (My photo)

The 737-700 Convertible, or 737-700C, was the first member of the new Boeing 737 family to be offered in both an all-passenger or all-cargo layout.

What differs the C40A/737-700C from a standard Boeing 737-700 NG?

The C40A/737-700C is a combi aircraft capable to transport both cargo and pax. It has a large forward cargo door. It would be cool to have a 737 with a working cargo door in IF.

Configurations

  • All-cargo

  • All-passengers

  • Or a combination of both

Features

  • Large forward cargo door

Performance

• 171,000-lb Maximum takeoff weight

• 41,000-ft Service ceiling

• 0.78 to 0.82 M cruise speed

Weights

Empty: 126,000 lbs

Maximum TOW: 171,000 lbs

Maximum LW: 134,000 lbs

Fuel

Capacity 6875 US gal.

Range

2880 nm (All cargo) - 3205 nm

Cargo/passengers

149 passengers, or 41,420-lbs main deck

cargo

70 passengers/ 15,000-lbs in combi configuration

Operators:

US Navy (C40A)

Air Algerie (737-700C)

Saudi Aramco (737-700C)

SonAir (737-700C)

very nice unfortunately I am out of votes

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