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Passenger Jet Liner

The Boeing 737 was first developed in the 1960s, with the first aircraft entering commercial service in 1968. Since these first planes were delivered, over 5,300 have been ordered, making them the most successful passenger airliner.

The 737 is a cost effective, two jet engine airliner that has remained a good choice for many airlines around the world. A Pacific Western Boeing.

The 737 is a medium-to-short range airliner that has been purchased by airline companies in Canada. Pacific Western Airlines used the Boeing 737 while Air Canada’s Zip airline used 737-200 aircraft.


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