Technical Aircraft Information Boeing 737-600

Boeing 737-600 General
Aircraft
Boeing 737-600
Type
Medium range airliner

Boeing 737-600 Program Milestones
First order
March 15, 1995
First roll out
December 8 , 1997
First flight
January 22, 1998
Certification
July, 1998
First delivery
September 19 , 1998
In service
October 25, 1998
by
SAS

Boeing 737-600 Aircraft Dimensions
Cross Section
12 feet 4 inch (3,76m)
Wing Span
112 feet 7 inch (34.32 m)
Stabilo Span
47 feet 1 inch (14,35 m)
Length
102 feet 5 inch (31,24 m)
Height
41 feet 8 inch (12,70 m)

Boeing 737-600 Weights
Maximum Taxi Weight
145.000 lbs
Maximum Take-off Weight
144.500 lbs
Maximum Landing Weight
121.500 lbs
Maximum Zero Fuel Weight
114.500 lbs
Max. Structural Payload
34.300 lbs
Max. Cargo
756 Cubic Feet
Usable Fuel
46.063 lbs

Boeing 737-600 Seating

One Class
130 Passengers
Mixed Class
108 Passengers

Prices all variants (NG)
Boeing 737-600
47,0 - 55,0
Boeing 737-700
54,0 - 64,0
Boeing 737-800
66,0 - 75,0
Boeing 737-900ER
70,0 - 85,5

All Boeing 737 Variants
Boeing 737-100
Boeing 737-700ER
Boeing 737-900ER

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Boeing 737-600 General Information
The Boeing 737-600 is the smallest member of the Boeing 737 Next Generation series and is able to carry up to 130 passengers in a typical economy class lay-out. The first aircraft was ordered in 1995 by SAS who became the launch customer for this type. Three years after its first order the new airplane took to the skies...