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Boeing 737-400

Aircraft Information Boeing 737-400

Boeing 737-400 is a narrow-body passenger aircraft developed by the American company Boeing. It was introduced in 1988 and produced until 2000. The aircraft can carry up to 188 passengers for distances up to 4,000 km. It is equipped with two CFM56-3 turbofan engines, which provide a speed of up to 870 km/h. The Boeing 737-400 was one of the most popular models in the Boeing 737 lineup and was used by many airlines worldwide. Some of them still use this model in their fleet.

Technical information about the Boeing 737-400

- Length: 36.45 m

- Speed: 876 km/h

- Engine: CFM56-3C1

- Size: 28.35 m (wingspan)

- Wingspan: 28.88 m

- Range: 4,075 km

- Weight: 41,413 kg (maximum takeoff weight)

The most comfortable and safe places on the plane

Like in any other aircraft, the safest seats in the Boeing 737-400 are those located closer to the exits and not in the wing area. Additionally, seats at the front and back of the cabin are also considered safer as they are farther away from the engines and may be more accessible for evacuation if necessary.

In terms of comfort, the most convenient seats in the Boeing 737-400 are the window seats in rows 1-3 and 10-12, as they provide the best view and less engine noise. Seats in row 14-15 can also be comfortable as they are closer to the restroom and galley, which can be convenient for passengers who frequently use these facilities.

However, the choice of seat in the aircraft depends on the individual preferences of the passenger and may vary depending on the purpose of the flight and its duration.