The Boeing 737-400 is the stretched version of the second-generation Boeing 737.
The major change of the 737-400 over the smaller 300 is a 3,05 meter fuselage stretch, the stretch increases maximum passenger seating to 188. To cope with the increased weights, more powerful CFM56s are fitted. Other changes are minor, such as a tail bumper fitted to protect against over rotation at takeoff, something that could have become a problem due to the increased fuselage length.
All three second generation 737 models share extensive systems and structure commonality, and a common aircrew type rating.
With over 7,000 ordered and over 5,000 delivered, it is the most ordered and produced commercial passenger jet of all time, and has been continuously manufactured by Boeing since 1967.
Boeing 737-400 Interior
The passenger cabin on the Boeing Next-Generation 737-400 has a new look, providing passengers with comfortable, aesthetically pleasing surroundings. The cabin is 82 feet and 6 inches in length, 7 feet and 1 inch in height, and 11 feet and 6 inches wide.
Operators get a cabin that is both durable and flexible. The interior floor, wall and seat materials stand up to wear and tear, and can be easily cleaned. Optional, convertible seats make it possible to quickly change the passenger cabin to accommodate a variety of airline seat configuration requirements.
The aircraft features 170 seat configuration, private bathrooms, and fully equipped hot and cold food facilities.
Boeing 737-400 Specifications
- Passenger Capacity (Typical Seating): 159
- Passenger Capacity (Max. Seating Configuration): 188
- Airspeed: 544 mph
- Range: 2400 nm
- Cabin Width: 11.6 feet
- Cabin Height: 7.1 feet
- Cabin Length: 82.6 feet
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