138 ft 2 in (42.1 m) ______________________________________________________________________ It depends completely on the version of the 737 you are talking about. There are 9 different versions of it, from the 737-100 all the way to the 737-900. As I recall, the 737-600 is the shortest version, and the 737-900 is the longest.
The Boeing 737-900 is 138 ft. 2 in. (42.1 meters).
The Boeing 737 is assembled in Renton, WA
Assuming you mean Alaskan Airlines, their fleet consists of: Boeing 737-900 Boeing 737-900ER Boeing 737-800 Boeing 737-700 Boeing 737-400 Boeing 737-400 Combi Bombardier Q400 Bombardier CRJ-700
11 hrs at max
It takes approximately 8 months to build a 737. Boeing is increasing production at present, with the -800 model.
The Boeing 737-900ER cost $89.6 million.
Boeing did, of course.
A Boeing 737 fully loaded with fuel and passengers and cargo can travel 4,444 nm.
The Boeing 737 is approx (depending on wich version) 42.1 m long, and the Boeing 747 approx (depending on wich version too) is 76.4 meters long. The biggest Boeing 737 can seat up to about 190 people, and the biggest Boeing 747 can seat up to about 600 people. The 747 is a long haul aircraft which usually takes around 350 passengers; the 737 is a short haul aircraft which usually takes around 120 passengers.
The number 737 is "seven hundred thirty-seven." The aircraft, the Boeing 737, is spoken "Boeing seven thirty-seven."