Wided bodied than most small airliners, the twin-engined 737 looks like a tubby version of the 707. Sharing
many components with the three-engined 727, it is the smallest of the Boeing family. With its own built-in stairs, electrical
power, air-conditioning and engine starting system, it is the most-used jetliner on unpaved surfaces. The flight deck is designed
for just two pilots and is well organised for quick turn-rounds. Landings tend to be rather firm, but it is a very comfortable
short-range airliner with good in-flight service fascilities. A business jet version has the range to cross the Atlantic.