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Hi all, A friend snapped this pic from a cockpit recently and I cannot, for the life of me, figure out which variant of B737 this is. Hopefully one of you can help. This pic was taken onboard a Middle-East flight... Cockpit.jpg Cheers

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Look at the registration - JY-XXX is a Jordanian registration. Take a look on airliners.net for Jordanian B737s. Looks like it's probably a 'Jordan Aviation' operated -300, judging by pics on a.net at least.


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More info on it in case you were curious: It was originally N169AW operated by America West (although 33 is the Boeing customer code for Air Canada I believe and it is a 737-33A). Nevertheless, it first flew on the 17th of November 1986, the Boeing makers serial number is 23630 and it has CFM56-3B2 engines. It went to Jordan Aviation in 2002 and was registered as JY-JAB. Other operators have included UM Air, Aqaba Airlines, Toumai Air, but it has always been registered JY-JAB after it was N169AW. Al


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although 33 is the Boeing customer code for Air Canada I believe and it is a 737-33A). Al
33 is the AC code AFAIK, but the code on that airframe is actually 3A and not 33, if it were 33 it would've been a Boeing 737-333...

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More info on it in case you were curious: It was originally N169AW operated by America West (although 33 is the Boeing customer code for Air Canada I believe and it is a 737-33A). Nevertheless, it first flew on the 17th of November 1986, the Boeing makers serial number is 23630 and it has CFM56-3B2 engines. It went to Jordan Aviation in 2002 and was registered as JY-JAB. Other operators have included UM Air, Aqaba Airlines, Toumai Air, but it has always been registered JY-JAB after it was N169AW. Al
Hmm real nice history there.

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