Boeing 737-100

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Crew 2
Passengers 85 / 96, max. 124

Propulsion 2 Turbofan Engines
Engine Model Pratt & Whitney JT8D-15
Engine Power (each) 68,9 kN 15500 lbf

Speed 933 km/h 504 kts
580 mph
Mmo (max. Mach) Mach 0.82
Service Ceiling 10.668 m 35.000 ft
Range 3.185 km 1.720 NM
1.979 mi.

Empty Weight 28.120 kg 61.994 lbs
max. Takeoff Weight 49.896 kg 110.000 lbs
max. Landing Weight 44.906 kg 99.000 lbs
Wing Span 28,35 m 93 ft 0 in
Wing Area 102,0 m² 1098 ft²
Length 28,65 m 93 ft 12 in
Height 11,23 m 36 ft 10 in
First Flight 09.04.1967
Production Status out of production
Production Range 1967-1973
Total Production 30
ICAO Code B731
IATA Code 731 737 73F
FAA TCDS A16WE
Data for (Version) Boeing 737-100

Operators

Americas

Central America

Northern America

Southern America


Asia

Eastern Asia

Southeastern Asia


Europe

Western Europe


Oceania

Australia and New Zealand


Details for this model

  • Taxi lights
  • Tail light
  • Cabin Lights
  • Wing Flex
  • operation Doors
  • operation cargo Doors
  • full cabin
  • animated reverse thrust

Learn more from Wikipedia about this Aircraft

Bump Air California 737-100

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Nice aircraft sure, but I don’t see why we should have this. The 737-100 would count as a retro plane and there is hardly any more in service. More people fly in the more modern planes. A similar 737 variant (the -200) is still flying today in Canada and in Alaska (If I’m not mistaken). You can find it here

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For the same reason why we have the MDs and older B747s

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There’s absolutely nothing wrong with having retro aircraft. I wouldn’t say this variant of the 737 would be a priority, but there’s many retro aircraft enthusiasts who enjoy aircraft like this just as modern aviation fans enjoy planes like the 787.

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737-100 cockpit next to the max9

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This aircraft looks very cool! Definitely voting for this!

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That’s basically oldest to newest! Huge difference! This airplane looks very cool though!

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Phoenix sun American West Airlines 737-100 but I preferred San Antonio Spurs

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NASA 515 737-100 love to fly this around Houston

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Problem with retro aircraft is the gauges and the engineering panel and it’s the same reason they haven’t added concorde as much as i want a retro aircraft such as the 727 i just cant see it happening due to IF being a small team and the work involved to model the cockpit of it

The new f/18 has retro gauges, although there are just a few and stuff like the old 737s and others have a cockpit of them

This would look good In Infinite Flight!

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Ansett New Zealand 737-100


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What a beauty <3

Mate that’s a 737-200

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I only am not voting for this as I favor the 737-200 over this, cheers and hope this does get some votes tho.

737-100 vs 737 Max 10

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This is where it really, really started for the 737.

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