The Boeing 737 is the most ordered and most produced jet airliner in history with over 6,000 manufactured and a further 2,000 on order in May 2009. On average there are 1,250 737s in the air at any given time.
The Boeing 737-600 to 737-900 were the Next Generation 737s, developed from 1993 to compete with the Airbus A.320 series.
Improvements included, improved engines, a glass cockpit, intercontinental range and passenger cabin upgrades.
The 737-600 was developed to replace the 737-500 and compete with the Airbus A.318. It was launched in 1995 and the first one was delivered on 18 September 1998.
WestJet commenced operations as a low-cost airline on the west coast of Canada in February 1996. It has since expanded to the rest of Canada and international destinations.
This model represents C-GWSB in service with WestJet in mid 2009.
Revell 1/144 kits with Draw Decal decals. Completed in April 2010.