|Quoting MEA-707 (Reply 1):|
Continental; interesting, the 400 and 600 are the ONLY 737s they never flew.
|Quoting Gigneil (Reply 5):|
The 737-200 flies in ETOPS service all the time
|Quoting Cricket (Reply 11):|
A major reason for the massive popularity of the 737-800 would also be the explosion of Low-Cost operators across the world since it was introduced.
|Quoting Phllax (Reply 13):|
Fuel was cheap, so airlines didn't mind keeping the 3-man cockpit until it became cost-prohibitive in the 90's.
|Quoting BDL2DCA (Reply 2):|
Don't forget that the 734 had range problems vis a vis the 733. United could push the 733 to fly DEN to the east coast
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