The prototype model of the 2nd generation 737, the Boeing 737-300, now known as the “Classic” was rolled out at Renton on January 17, 1984. It first flew on 24 February 1984 and was eventually delivered to USAir. 1,113 737-300s were produced making it the most successful variant of the 2nd generation. Image courtesy: Boeing

The prototype model of the 2nd generation 737, the Boeing 737-300, now known as the “Classic” was rolled out at Renton on January 17, 1984. It first flew on 24 February 1984 and was eventually delivered to USAir. 1,113 737-300s were produced making it the most successful variant of the 2nd generation.
Image courtesy: Boeing

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