(Video) Assembling a Boeing 737 Next Generation
Boeing 737 is one of the most widespread aircraft in the world. From 1967 to the present, Boeing delivered over 8000 of Boeing 737 aircraft, and about 4000 are in order.
The Boeing 737 was designed for short / medium range flights and came to complement the 707 and 727. 737 was certified by the US Federal Aviation Administration in December 1967, after approximately 1300 flight test hours operated by a fleet of six aircraft.
Boeing has developed the 737 series, thus reaching the most commanded aircraft in civil aviation history. The Boeing 737 family consists of: Original (-100, -200, -200C), Classic (-300, -400, -500), Next Generation (-600, -700, -800, -900 and -900ER) and Boeing Business Jet.
Curious to see how a Boeing 737 Next Generation is built? Watch the video below!
At the moment, the first Boeing 737-100 (N515NA) (MSN: 19437) is on display at The Museum of Flight, Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (BFI / KBFI).