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How to Master the Boeing 737 NG with CBT: A Complete Guide




B737 NG CBT Full Version: What You Need to Know




If you are a pilot or an airline operator who wants to fly or operate the Boeing 737 Next Generation (NG) aircraft family, you need to undergo a comprehensive training program that covers all aspects of this popular narrow-body jet. One of the most effective and convenient ways to do so is by using a computer-based training (CBT) system that provides a self-paced and interactive learning environment.




B737 NG CBT full version


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In this article, we will explain what CBT is, what B737 NG is, and why they are important for pilots and airlines. We will also give you an overview of the features and specifications of the B737 NG, the training and certification requirements for flying it, and how you can benefit from using the B737 NG CBT full version.


B737 NG Features and Specifications




The Boeing 737 Next Generation (NG) is a series of narrow-body aircraft powered by two jet engines and produced by Boeing Commercial Airplanes. It was launched in 1993 as the third generation derivative of the Boeing 737, and has been produced since 1997. It is an upgrade of the 737 Classic (300/-400/-500) series, with a redesigned wing with a larger area and a greater fuel capacity, more powerful and efficient CFM56-7B engines, a longer range, and improved avionics and systems.


The B737 NG consists of four variants: the -600, -700, -800, and -900, which can seat between 108 and 215 passengers in a typical two-class configuration. The B737 NG competes with the Airbus A320 family, the Embraer E-Jet family, and the Bombardier CSeries.


B737 NG Variants




The four variants of the B737 NG differ mainly in their seating capacity, length, wingspan, height, engine thrust, fuel capacity, and range. The following table summarizes the main differences between them:


Variant


Seats (typical)


Length (m)


Wingspan (m)


Height (m)


Engine Thrust (kN)


Fuel Capacity (L)


Range (km)


-600


108


31.2


34.3


12.6


86.3-106.8


20,800


5,648


-700


128


33.6


34.3


12.6


89.6-116.6


26,020


6,038


-800


160


39.5


34.3-35.8*


12.6-12.9*


106.8-121.4


26,020-30,195*


5,436-5,665* dcd2dc6462


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