|Length||15.3 cm||6.0 in||Approx|
|Wingspan||14.0 cm||5.5 in||Approx|
- Constructed with metal and plastic components
- Undercarriage fixed extended
- Display stand included.
EL AVIADOR EAVJMW – 1/200 Scale B737-200, Aerolíneas Argentinas, LV-JMW
EL AVIADOR diecast model EAVJMW replicates in 1/200 scale the Boeing 737-287 (-87 is Boeing’s customer code for Aerolíneas Argentinas) registration LV-JMW, in Aerolíneas Argentina’s livery, circa the 1990.
Aerolíneas Argentinas, is the largest and flag carring airliner of Argentina. Formed in 1949 from the merger of four companies; Aeroposta Argentina, Aviación del Litoral Fluvial Argentino (ALFA), Flota Aérea Mercante Argentina (FAMA) and Zonas Oeste y Norte de Aerolíneas Argentinas (ZONDA). Which the government held a 20% stake and private investors the balance. A consortium led by An Iberia consortium gained control of the airline in 1990, and in 2001 Grupo Marsans acquired the company. In late 2008 following a period of financial difficulties, the Argentinean government took control and in December 2014 became state-owned.
The Boeing 737 is an American short to medium range twin-engined, narrow-body airliner. The first flight, a 737-300, took place on February 24, 1984, entering service in November 1984, with USAir.
The maiden flight of the 737-400 occurred on February 19, 1988, entering service in September 1988 with Piedmont Airlines. The -400 differs from the -300 with a 3.05 m (10 ft) longer fuselage, increased Maximum Take-Off Weight (MTOW). The -500 with a fuselage 2.4 m (7.9 ft) shorter than the -300 first flew on June 30, 1989, entering service in February 1990 with South West Airlines. Production of all variants ended in 2000 with 1,988 airframes built.
The airframe is mainly of aluminium alloy with some graphite-epoxy composites. The fuselage is a semi-monocoque design with low mounted cantilevered tapered swept-back wings, conventional single-fin tail and retractable tricycle undercarriage. The flight crew consists of two pilots, and the passenger cabin seats 140 (-300), 147 (-400) and 122 (-500) in a single class.
The 737 used two CFM International CFM56 low-bypass turbofans engines pylon mounted one under each wing. Giving a cruise speed of 796 km/h (494 mph), a service ceiling of 11,300 m (37,000 ft) and a range of 4176 km (2,595 mi) depending on variant.