Air International 1979-08
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A Boeing 737-200 in the latest livery of Britannia Airways, which was the first of the British airlines to buy the baby Boeing.
Several African airlines have adopted the gravel-field kit for their Boeing 737-200s, revealed by the vortex dissipators beneath the engine intakes and the external fairing on the nose wheel doors. Colourful finishes are also a feature of many African 737s, such as those of Sudan Airways.
С ростом популярности Model 737 заказы на него стали поступать от всех известных авиакомпаний. Поначалу самолеты продавались плохо, но со временем удачная конструкция машины получила признание во всем мире.
Several African airlines have adopted the gravel-field kit for their Boeing 737-200s, revealed by the vortex dissipators beneath the engine intakes and the external fairing on the nose wheel doors. Colourful finishes are also a feature of many African 737s, such as those of Air Zaire.
Frontier, in common with many other airlines, has recently updated its livery, as shown on this 737.
Air Liberia's first 737. an Advanced -200 with gravel-field kit fitted to facilitate operations at unimproved airfields.
(Upper left) First Boeing 737 for Florida Airways, typical of the smaller US airlines now using the type. (Upper right) Boeing 737 of Transavia Holland, which operates eight of the type. (Lower left) One of Aloha's attractively marked 737s serving in Honolulu. (Lower right) Maersk Air of Denmark uses three 737s, with two more on order.
One of the original short-body Boeing 737-100s, as used by Lufthansa.
The first Boeing 737 for Air Europe, Britain's newest airline and the latest to put the 737 into service.
One of Indian Airlines‘ Boeing 737s at Leh, in NW India, where the airport is at an elevation of 14,000 ft (4267 m).
Boeing 737-200
The 737-100 (upper side view) is contrasted with the standard 737 in this line drawing, the plan and head-on views depicting the latter.