|Quoting bmacleod (Thread starter):|
Never flew on the 737-200 Classic but it had similar engines like the 727 so I don't think there would be much of a difference in noise.
|Quoting shamrock350 (Reply 2):|
I'm sure the position of the engines would have made a difference to passenger noise levels, on a 727 the engines are behind and above the main passenger cabin whereas on the 737-200 a number of passengers would only be a couple of feet away from those reversers, I certainly remember them being incredibly loud!
|Quoting Okie (Reply 5):|
Yes the Jurassic was quite loud. The turbines were actually mounted under the wing and the TR's extended aft of the wing.
Seated directly aft of the wing was the best place for a wing watcher like myself. You could watch all the workings of the flaps, reversers, spoilers and ailerons. The sound effects were good too
|Quoting andz (Reply 11):|
I don't remember VC10 or 727 but the 737 classic was hectic, as mentioned above if you were in the wrong row you could look straight into the clamshell!
|Quoting Viscount724 (Reply 16):|
Good example a 732 using reverse thrust here (6000 ft runway).
|Quoting bmacleod (Reply 19):|
Curious...were they running short on pushback tractors?
|Quoting migair54 (Reply 3):|
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