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The Hardest Boeing 737 Quiz You'll Ever Take

You've probably flown in one. Maybe your job is to sit at the flight controls of one. But do you really know the Boeing 737? Find out!


  1. 1) What year did the first 737 take flight?
    stem-1 Wikipedia

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    Nice try. The 737s maiden flight was on April 9, 1967.

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  2. 2) The 737 is the best selling airliner in history. How many has Boeing produced? (as of June 2014)
    737-900ER Paul Spijkers

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    Nice try. As of June 2014, 8,104 737s have been produced.

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  3. 3) On average, how many 737s are airborne at any given time?
    737-700 Arpingstone

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    Nice try. As of 2006, 1,250 737s are airborne at the same time, on average.

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  4. 4) Which airline was the launch customer of the 737?
    stem-4 Buie

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    Nice try. Lufthansa was the launch customer of the 737.

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  5. 5) What was the first 737 variant to have non-circular engine inlets?
    stem-5 Wikipedia

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    Nice try. The 737-300 was the first variant with non-circular engine inlets?

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  6. 6) In 1970, Boeing only received 37 orders for the 737. What project cancellation saved the 737 from being scrapped?
    737-300 MilborneOne

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    Nice try. The cancellation of the Boeing Supersonic Transport, in addition to reduction of 747 production, freed up enough cash to keep the 737 project alive.

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  7. 7) What was the first 737 variant to include a 6-screen glass cockpit?
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    Nice try. The 737-600 was the first variant with a 6-screen glass cockpit.

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  8. 8) What country's government/military does NOT operate 737s?
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    Nice try. Spain is the only government/military listed that does not operate 737s.

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  9. 9) How do you feel about taking this quiz?
    primary Bryan Burke

    There's no wrong answer here...

    There's no wrong answer here...

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Your 737 knowledge level: First Officer

You scored %. But don't worry, just spend some more time in the right seat and you'll be a 737 captain in no time! Think you know more about 737s than your friends? Pass it on and find out!

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Your 737 knowledge level: Captain

Nice work - you scored %. Now that you're in charge of the cockpit, pass this on and see how much your friends know about the 737!

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Your 737 knowledge level: Chuck Yeager

Nicely done - you scored %! You know quite a bit about the 737, and we're pretty sure you could fly it knife edge, while sipping your coffee. Think you know more about 737s than your friends? Pass it on and find out!

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