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* Very high definition and highly detailed 3d model of the B 737-500 aircraft in Southwest Airlines paint scheme.
* The model comes with high-res textures and is composed by several animatable parts: Landing gear, wheels, landing gear doors, fans, thrust reversers and flight control surfaces.
* The scenes are NOT included.
The 737-500 is the shortest and smallest member of the second generation 737-300/-400/-500 family, and the last to be developed.
It was offered, due to customer demand, as a modern and direct replacement of the 737-200. It incorporated the improvements of the 737 Classic series, allowing longer routes with fewer passengers to be more economical than the 737-300.
The fuselage length is 48 cm. longer than the 737-200, accommodating up to 132 passengers.
It was launched in 1987 by Southwest Airlines, with an order for 20 aircraft, and flew for the first time on June 30, 1989.