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The whole LDD made fleet of real airlines Boeing 737s.



There are 3 Boeings 737-800, 2 Boeings 737-700, 1 Boeing 737-600 and a single Boeing 737-400.


The American Airlines Boeing 737-800


Same plane again


A real American Airlines Boeing 737-800 to compare.


An Aer Lingus Boeing 737-400


Different views of the aircraft


Aer Lingus livery has a lot of green.


But it's very nice.


Here is the real thing (well this is a B737-300, not 400, but you get the idea)


ANA (All Nippon Airways) boeing 737-700. This aircraft is shorter then the -800 version. ANA operates some in Business Class only configurations. This one is like this.


Different views of this aircraft


Thank you Lego for this program (still missing parts...but hey, like the explode model function XD).


It's not quite like the real thing, but I think I managed to get a litle feeling of it.


The real thing taking off.


An ANA boeing 737-700 parked.


A KLM Boeing 737 made on LDD.


The Dutch airline operates over 20 of these.


Here is a real KLM Boeing 737-800


My favorite of all of these models: THE QANTAS BOEING 737-800!


It looks nice no matter how you look at it


Details are OK...I have a door model, but since it's LDD, I doesn't seem to work, so...


Qantas has 38 of these, with 29 more on order


Just beautiful


A Qantas Boeing 737-800 taking off.


Southwest Airlines is the largest Boeing 737 operator in the World, with over 500 of these planes. THis is the Boeing 737-700. Southwest operates 340 of these, with 98 on order.


I like this model, it's not perfect, but you do get the southwest experience when flying in it.


Almost every southwest 737 has blended winglets, this aircraft is no exception.


Well,,,do not hesitate to comment


The real thing.


The smallest member of the current Boeing 737 family is the Boeing 737-600. SAS is one of the largest operators of this type of plane.


Just one mistake on this model. The Boeing 737-600 is the only member of the 737 family without winglets, because winglets would make the aircraft too heavy.


But it's still nice,


Now imagine SAS titles, and you have...

...This!!!



Comments

 I like it 
  April 3, 2010
Use techinic pieces for landing gear.
 I like it 
  April 3, 2010
Use techinic pieces for landing gear.
 I made it 
  April 2, 2010
Quoting johan piera looks good but the wheels stick out a bit. Also you need a westjet. Their fleet consists of 737s only!
Wheels are a problem on LDD...I wish they would put airplane wheels, but they don't so I have to find alternatives. I will try the westjet one when I have time, but it's harder to make the tail when the logo is really complicated (waves and all), because my 737 tail model is not that big. BTW: nice job on your air canada 747. Like it! =)
 I like it 
  April 1, 2010
looks good but the wheels stick out a bit. Also you need a westjet. Their fleet consists of 737s only!
 
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