Aviation Photo #1575450 Boeing 737-924/ER - Continental Airlines

[ Medium Large ]
8 of 74
Sponsor Message
Sponsor Message
This brand new 737 was delivered from Boeing just days earlier, and at this moment, the plane is being prepared in Continental's maintenance hangar for its introduction to service. Special thanks to Tu Pham.
  • Add To Album
  • Like (138)
  • Photog's Choice
  • Cross-Data
    Andre Klass
    Continental Airlines
    Boeing 737-924/ER
    Boeing 737-900 (BBJ3)
    Boeing 737-900 (BBJ3)
    Boeing
    33534
    2990
    N57439
    Orlando - International (McCoy)
    Florida
    USA
    August 18, 2009
  • Correction
[ Medium Large ]
Distinct Views: 70,541
Photo Added: September 06, 2009

Comments (15)

Anonymous
7 years ago
It's so clean!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Alot has changed in 40 years
Anonymous
7 years ago
A lot of fingerprints on the screen.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Looks Brand-new! Look at the Yoke and the trims! Awesome!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Now I know how an 737-900 cockpit looks like so thanks for the pic!
Anonymous
7 years ago
They try to recreate the classic 737 cockpit by simulating the regular analog gauges in the PFD
Anonymous
7 years ago
Why seats always so raggy?
Anonymous
7 years ago
It's so interesting seeing the "6-Pack" on the EFIS.
Anonymous
7 years ago
It's nice to see the return of the analog basic-T to a modern cockpit. Personally, I find it much easier to scan and interpret the analogs, than the newer "tape" versions of the flight instruments. Someone at Boeing made a good decision.
Anonymous
7 years ago
The 6-pack instruments are a customer option, it allows common type rating with 737 classic.
Anonymous
7 years ago
I love the cockpit
Anonymous
7 years ago
As an airline pilot for aircanada jazz those glass cockpit are techno but easy to read and fast to understand and to analized thank u.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Great picture, love to fly something this new one day.

Only thing I ever got to fly with this low an hours was a brandnew simulator.
Anonymous
7 years ago
I wanted to say the modern speed indicators are much better so you know not to go to fast while lowering the flaps and not to go to fast, i personally think they are much easier to read and look better.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Distinctive view: Don't forget to remove the power drill. Pilots love to tinker with things....

Explore Other Great Photos

Photo Albums Containing This Photo

Album
Views
Likes
Photos
Updated
Some of the most attractive shots for you... Enjoy... (Live - To be updated)
Views 868.8K
Likes 2
Photos 7.8K
Updated 49 minutes ago
My favourites.
Australia
Views 854.8K
Likes 1
Photos 12.3K
Updated 44 minutes ago
The Most interesting selection of the best from Airliners.net
Views 740.4K
Likes 1
Photos 6.5K
Updated 52 minutes ago
35,000+ Showing the brilliance of light in a picture!
Georgia, USA
Views 711.1K
Likes 6
Photos 35.5K
Updated 17 minutes ago