Boeing 737-200

737
On Display – Under Restoration

More than 80 percent of this giant was built at Boeing Wichita in 1977. Ryan International Airlines began operating the aircraft in 1999 to fly gambling excursions to Atlantic City. Prior to that, the only other operator was Southwest Airlines.

Type:
Commercial Jet

Powerplant:
2-Pratt and Whitney JT*-9 Turbojet engines rated at 27,300 lb thrust

Max speed:
530 m.p.h.

Ceiling
35,000 ft.

Range:
3,159 mi.

Weights:
Gross 115,500 lbs.

Weapons:
None

Dimensions:
Span 117 ft. 5 in.
Length 138 ft. 2 in.
Height 41 ft. 2 in.