Color history examines the industry climate that led to the development of the 737-100 and the larger capacity -200 variant. Depicts a variety of global carriers from the 1960s to present.ABOVE: General arrangement drawing of the 737-200 giving dimensions in feet and inches. John Stroud ... The tailplane itself is a variable incidence unit, trimmed by means of dual drive electric motors with manual backup. ... In service these engines have set the industry standard for low maintenance cost, helping to make the Boeing 737-200 one of the most economical aircraft to own and operate.
|Title||:||Boeing 737-100 and 200|
|Author||:||Mike Sharpe, Robbie Shaw|
|Publisher||:||Zenith Press - 2001|