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Boeing 737-300 Discussion

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26 December 2017 07:12:00 Isah Yunusa

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01 October 2017 04:10:00 Guest

It's a shame SWA retired their -300s.

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07 August 2017 11:08:00 Guest

Hello, what is Cabin length and Cabin Height [without cargo part]? Thank you

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28 May 2016 08:05:00 Kent W

What was the cost of the 737-300 when it first came to market in 1984?

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13 January 2016 01:01:00 ROBSON bARBOSA

IF MAX WHEIGTH FOR TAKEOFF IS 8000KG FUEL AND MECANIC PUT 8700KG , TEMP IN LOCO IS 35 CENTIGRADO , WHAT I NEED MAKE FOR CORRECTION ?

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16 August 2015 03:08:00 Guest

hello we will be flying to dalla on the 737-300 and need to transport a cello. what are the dimensions?

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22 February 2014 03:02:00 Rafael Mosquera

Interested on a 737-300 cargo plane

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09 April 2013 10:04:00 Bashar

CABIN CREW MANAUL GROUND OPERATION MANUAL

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06 June 2012 01:06:00 Generatie

That's only a component. They also try to keep aifarcrt in the air as much as possible by minimizing turn around time on the ground, improving fleet utilization. Historically, they also fly shorter routes, so fuel costs are less per mile as you burn less fuel to carry fuel for longer trips. Currently, they have been increasing trip length, but they wisely bought fuel hedges and have been turning a significant profit due sale of those hedges.Another thing they do is pay employees well but maximize use of their time (flight attendents clean up the plane during turn around). They also are very choosy about their employees. So despite having a highly unionized workforce, they don't get stuck with crappy productivity sapping work rules and they maintain a highly motivated workforce.

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15 September 2011 12:09:00 Pante Sestic

good plane 737 300

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