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Boeing 737-300

Aircraft Information Boeing 737-300

Boeing 737-300 is a narrow-body passenger aircraft developed by the American company Boeing. It was introduced in 1981 and entered service in 1984. The aircraft was based on the 737-200 model but had a longer fuselage and more powerful engines.

Boeing 737-300 can carry up to 149 passengers depending on the cabin configuration. Its maximum range is about 4,000 km. The aircraft is equipped with two CFM56-3 turbofan engines, which provide a flight speed of up to 876 km/h.

Boeing 737-300 was very popular among airlines, and over 1,100 units were produced. It has been replaced by more modern models such as the Boeing 737-700 and Boeing 737-800. However, many airlines still use the Boeing 737-300 in their fleet.

Technical information about the Boeing 737-300

- Length: 33.4 m

- Speed: 876 km/h

- Engine: CFM56-3B1

- Size: 28.9 m (wingspan)

- Wingspan: 28.9 m

- Range: 4,260 km

- Weight: 42,400 kg

The most comfortable and safe places on the plane

Like in any other aircraft, the safest seats in the Boeing 737-300 are located in the rear section of the cabin, as they are closer to the exits in case of an emergency situation. It is also recommended to choose seats near the aisle to quickly exit the aircraft if necessary. However, each passenger has their own preferences and requirements, so the choice of seat on the plane depends on individual needs.