Boeing 737-300 exits
Last updated: 9 February 2014
This page shows aircraft emergency exit locations. The seating configuration shown is just a sample; seating configurations differ by airline.

seating plan with exits

exit 1 Type I pax. door 1.83m x 0.86m
exit 2 Type I service door 1.65m x 0.76m
exit 3 Type III overwing exit 0.97m x 0.51m
exit 4 Type III overwing exit 0.97m x 0.51m
exit 5 Type I pax. door 1.83m x 0.86m
exit 6 Type I service door 1.65m x 0.76m
"Approximate force required for Type I exits to move door control handle from closed/locked position to open position (Normal & Emergency): 21 kg. (46 lbs.)
Approximate force required for Type I exits to open a door from the closed to open position (Normal): 23 kg. (50 lbs.), (Emergency): 32 kg. (70 lbs.)
Approximate force required for Type I exits to pull manual inflation handle / slide disconnect handle: 9 kg. (20 lbs.). Inflation time: 10 sec.
Approximate weight of overwing exits: 18kg. (39 lbs.)
Approximate force required to move exit control handle from closed/locked position to open position: 7 kg. (15 lbs.)
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In-flight safety videos Boeing-737-300

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Emergency exit photos

photo of Boeing 737-306 PH-BTD
Boeing 737-300 r/h rear exit
photo of Boeing 737-3Q8 G-BZZG
Boeing 737-300 left hand passenger door
photo of Boeing 737-322 PR-GLE
Boeing 737-300 exit
photo of Boeing 737-322 N401TZ
Boeing 737-300 1R service door
photo of Boeing 737-306 PH-BTD
Boeing 737-300 r/h overwing exit
photo of Boeing 737-3Q8 G-BZZG
Boeing 737-300 left hand passenger door
photo of Boeing 737-306 PH-BTD
Boeing 737-300 r/h forward exit
 

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