- *Airplanes 101* 737-300: Compared to Airbus that has visible above head lighting, Boeing integrates the lighting on the 737-300 behind the window panels each of which have two layers of framing around the windoes.
- *Airplanes 101* 737-300 - Note the more squared off window. Airbuses generally have slightly smaller rounder windows.
*Airplanes 101* (See Airplanes 101 Set)
Name: Boeing 737
Manufacturer: Boeing Corp. Chicago Illinois (USA)
Main Role: small to large capacity, short, medium & long range mainline jetliner
Basic design: twin engined, single aisle wide narrowbody jet. The airframe is based on the Boieing 707 and today comes in a multitude of sizes ranging from the stubby short range small capacity 737-500 to the long range large capacity 737-900.
Photo: The interior of a United 737-300 older out of production model of the second generation 737s. The lighted wall panels are no longer typical of the current 737 cabins although you do get a good sense of what an airline can offer it's passengers in terms of six seat across comfort in economy.