Boeing 737 (Reissue)
Since the Boeing 737’s first flight in April 1967, the framer’s production facility at Renton, Washington has built more than 10,000 737 aircraft, with thousands of orders still to be fulfilled.
Four generations of the aircraft have served or continue to serve many of the world's leading airlines. But the 737 is not just a commercial jet. Admirals, sailors, generals, and airmen also fly on highly-modified military variants of the 737 in roles as straightforward as cargo airlift to the more specialised radar control and maritime surveillance missions.
This 100-page special publication, first released in 2021 is packed full of features about legacy and current commercial variants, including extensive content on the 737 MAX recently back into service, and the big three military types - C-40 Clipper, E-7 Wedgetail and P-8 Poseidon.