Boeing 737-200

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Not for passenger anyway, they still do for Freight.

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That’s the B733 and B734 🙃

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I stand corrected 😉

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No offence but I’m not a fan of the 737-200 / 100 classes but I would love to see the MAX 7

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  1. Without the 737-100/-200 we wouldn’t have the MAX.
  2. There is no such thing as a “MAX 10” there is a 737-7MAX, -8MAX, -9MAX and a -200MAX.

Slightly off topic, I’m sorry.

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Those engines!!

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Avior still operates the 732 today

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I can never get over it’s looks. The engines and how it’s really fat compared to how long it is. Just horrible, but amazing.

Also, the engines, for me, are disproportionately small

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Sacrilege!
The engines are amazing!

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Don’t forget:

  • Transavia
  • KLM (leased from Transavia)
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Personally, I think they look a bit weird. It’s probably that I’m used to the engines of more modern planes…

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Keyword is: “Here are some of the 737-200 users.”

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Didn’t notice lol

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Wait alaska did use though, but was just letting them know

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perfect a classic airliner really want to see this

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yes pleasssssseeeeeeeeeeeeee, would be so nice

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I have seen those in Tocumen, also some Venezolana planes.

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I don’t like the 3 mile long engines (personally).

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I think the engines are a bit to long and I hate the steam guages. However I guess this plane is ok.

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