4567th Boeing 737NG Goes To United

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United Airlines is soon taking delivery of this new Boeing 737-924ER, registration N68802. The photo was taken by Joe Walker at Seattle's Boeing Field on Aug. 6th.

Joe sent us this photo because this 737NG is line number 4567. The next sequential 737NG off the production line, 5678, won't be for at least another two years, if production continues at 42 per month.  


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