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Boeing 737-200 (C6-BFM)


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Roy Hunte
Quite amazing how those tiny engines could get the aircraft off the ground!!
ilikerioPhoto Uploader
Definitely! Wish more classics were still flying with low-bypass engines!
Roy Hunte
Thanks to environmental laws they are dying out, miss the old screaming roar
Roy Hunte
Actually the classics didnt have a fanjet, just a plain ol' turbojet.
Incredible noise.
Dave Sheehy
Great picture! The 737-200 did have a turbofan,the JT8D by Pratt and Whitney. This engine has a low bypass ratio with a smaller bypass duct around the core, so it does look like the older turbojets. Differences are seen here;
Roy Hunte
Thanks for the info Dave, that means the info in a book I read needs correcting!!
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