737 MAX 8: Dimensions; Length (m) 39.5: Wingspan (m) 35.9: Height (m) 12.3: Wing area (m2) 127.0: Weight; Maximum take-off weight (kg) 82 190: Maximum landing weight (kg) 69 310: Maximum zero fuel weight (kg) 65 950: Standard fuel capacity (litres) 25 800: Performance; Range with max payload (km) 6 500: Cruise speed (km/h) 840: Maximum operating altitude (m) 12 000: Engines: CFMI LEAP-1B,
From 737 NG Flight Crew Training Manual, 737-600 Touchdown Body >Attitudes, Section 6, 2008. Typical landing conditions: • 3° approach glide path • flare distance is approximately 1,000 to 2,000 feet beyond the threshold • typical landing flare times range from 4 to 8 seconds and are a function of approach speed
737 simulator typical training weights & flap speeds (737-800). Landing Flaps 30. V1 128KT. PF: "Flaps 1" PNF: "Speed checked Flaps 1". APPROACH PHASE. 10KTS above (example) Flap 1 on speed tape.
Study Boeing 737-800 - FACTS flashcards from Michael Torode' ... Landing Speed 150 Knots (173 mph) 14 Take off Distance 2,650 M 15 Landing Distance
It is not yet known what caused the emergency landing, but it is being reported by officials on the ground that one of the plane’s engines stopped working mid-flight. More than 300 Boeing 737 MAX 8 and MAX 9 passenger jets around the world have been taken out of service following two fatal crashes over the past five months in Ethiopia and ...
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Maximum Landing Gear Retraction. 235K. Maximum Speed with 1 LED stuck-out. 300K/.65M (280KIAS in turbulence-QRH, FLT-C). Do not operate engine or wing anti-Ice when the total air temperature (OAT/TAT) is above +10°C (50°F). Study guide for the 737-800.
737 Next Generation (-600/-700/-800/-900) aircraft Fatal accidents. September 29, 2006 (): Gol Transportes Aéreos Flight 1907, a brand-new 737-800 with 154 people on board broke up and crashed following a midair collision in Brazil with an Embraer Legacy 600. All on board the 737-800 were killed.