Re-branded as Small Planet Airlines in 2010, 737-200's retired in 2001. One -400, four -500s. The 737-900ER (ER for extended range), which was called the 737-900X before launch, is the newest addition and the largest variant of the Boeing 737 NG line and was introduced to meet the range and passenger capacity of the discontinued 757-200 and to directly compete with the Airbus A321. [48] A total of 69 have been produced with the last aircraft delivered to WestJet in 2006. Many countries operate the 737 passenger, BBJ and cargo variants in government or military applications. [3] By June 2018, around one thousand were in service: half of them with Southwest Airlines, followed by Westjet with 56 and United Airlines with 39. [46] Boeing also offered it as a retrofit for older 737NG aircraft.[47]. The most common variant was the 737-800 with 4,991 commercial, 175 military and 23 corporate jets ordered of which 4,989, 136 and respectively 21 delivered. 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As early 737NG aircraft become available on the market they are actively marketed to be converted to cargo planes via the Boeing Converted Freighter design as the operational economics are attractive due to the low operating costs and availability of certified pilots on a robust airframe. As of July 2018, all -700 series on order, 1,128 -700, 120 -700 BBJ, 20 -700C, and 14 -700W aircraft have been delivered. Alaska Airlines launched the 737-900 in 1997 and accepted the delivery on May 15, 2001. [42], The Speed Trim System, introduced on the 737 Classic, has been updated for the 737NG to include a stall identification function. [55] It is similar to the Airbus A319LR. "Boeing 737-4Z6 HS-CMV, Operator (Owner): Thailand - Air Force; Delivery Date: February 28, 1995. In July 2008, Boeing offered Messier-Bugatti-Dowty's new carbon brakes for the Next-Gen 737s, which are intended to replace steel brakes and will reduce the weight of the brake package by 550–700 pounds (250–320 kg) depending on whether standard or high-capacity steel brakes were fitted. It replaced the 737-400. Aircraft with more than 30,000 flights (15 years at 2,000 flights per year) should be inspected within one week, while those with over 22,600 flights (11 years) should be inspected within one year. 737-100 operated for Saudi Arabian Royal Flight. ", "Polish Air Force 737-800 Delivered - Warnesy's World". Transavia Airlines Fleet of B737NG (Active) - Aviation website for aircraft and airline information (flight, photo, travel, fleet listing, production list of Airbus Boeing Douglas Embraer Dash, ATR, Sukhoi, Saab...), plane photos, flightlog database, aviation news, civil aviation forum, aviation store. Boeing later introduced the 737-900, the longest variant to date. Increasing demand and deliveries of the Next-Generation 737 and the 737 MAX calls for a larger, more capable facility. Boeing launched the 737-700ER (Extended Range) on January 31, 2006, with All Nippon Airways as the launch customer. [30][31][32], In 2016, the monthly production rate was targeted to reach 57 units per month in 2019, even to the factory limit of 63 units later. "World Military Aircraft Inventory: 2011 Aerospace". [11], The CFM56-7B Evolution nacelle began testing in August 2009 to be used on the new 737 PIP (Performance Improvement Package) due to enter service mid-2011. The United States Navy was the launch customer for the 737-700C under the military designation C-40 Clipper.[53]. All-737 fleet. ], Following the uncontained engine failure of the Southwest Airlines Flight 1380 on April 17, 2018, the NTSB recommended on November 19, 2019 to redesign and retrofit its nacelle for the 6,800 airplanes in service. Using Sriwijaya Air colours but with small title "Operated by NAM Air". [citation needed] It can accommodate up to 220 passengers.[68]. [29] Together we will innovate and operate to make the world a better place for future generations. The 737−800 was launched on September 5, 1994. Because the −900 retains the same exit configuration of the −800, seating capacity is limited to 189 in a high-density 1-class layout, although the 2-class number is lower at approximately 177. [2], Listed as Bradley Air Services Limited by TC, Two still listed with TC but their certificates are cancelled, Ceased operations in 2020[citation needed]. [64] The first converted aircraft was delivered to West Atlantic in April 2018. The Next-Generation 737 provides our airline customers with superior reliability, fuel efficiency and high-value returns operators require in today's competitive market. [76][as of? [6] In 1991, Boeing initiated development of an updated series of aircraft. Lion Air has orders for 103 Boeing 737-900ERs as of September 2017. The Boeing 737-800 is a stretched version of the 737-700. Ceased 737-400 operations on 30 Sep 2015. This also significantly decreases cargo payload capacity from 966 to 165 cu ft (27.4 to 4.7 m3), trading payload for increased range. 2 still registered but with certificate cancelled. It is also fitted with auxiliary belly fuel tanks and winglets. [44][45] This improved on the previous interior of the Boeing 757-200 and the Boeing 737 Classic variants, the new interior became optional on the 757-200. During an inspection of a 737NG in 2019 that had 35,000 flights, fatigue cracks were found on a fuselage to wing attachment known as a "pickle fork", designed to last a lifetime of 90,000 flights. The popularity of the Next-Generation 737, combined with new innovation, launched our 737 MAX Family. STS is triggered by airspeed sensor and commands Airplane Nose Down as the airplane slows down.[43]. 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With more than 5,000 orders, the 737 MAX is the fastest-selling airplane in Boeing’s history. Past operator. Boeing started the program with orders for 55 conversions, with the first converted aircraft due for late 2017 delivery. The wing, engine, and fuel capacity improvements combined increase the 737's range by 900 nmi (1,700 km) to over 3,000 nmi (5,600 km),[41] permitting transcontinental service. [7] After working with potential customers, the 737 Next Generation (NG) program was announced on November 17, 1993. The popularity of the Next-Generation 737, combined with new innovation, launched our 737 MAX Family. The optional package is available for the 737NG models and standard equipment for the 737-900ER. ], Of the 500 first inspected aircraft, 5% (25) had cracks and were grounded; Boeing expects to repair the first aircraft in three weeks, serving as the template for the resulting Service bulletin. Past operator, ceased operations beginning 2012, Renamed Air Sahara in 2000 and JetLite in 2006. [3] The 737-800 is the most common variant of the 737NG and is the most widely used narrowbody aircraft. November 11, 2015 in Community, Commecial. [72], The BBJ3 aircraft is based on the 737-900ER aircraft. 737-400/800 were temp. Boeing’s global reach includes customers in approximately 150 countries and employees and operations in more than 65 countries. When outfitted with nine auxiliary fuel tanks, it can hold 10,707 gallons (40,530 L) of fuel, and with a 171,000 lb (77,565 kg) MTOW it has a 5,775 nmi (10,695 km) range with 48 premium seats in one class. Overall, it is claimed to have a 2% improvement on fuel burn on longer stages.[12]. The -200 was a gravel equipped and combi. New quieter and more fuel-efficient CFM56-7B engines are used. As of September 30, 2020, a total of 7,110 737NG aircraft had been ordered, of which 7,064 had been delivered, with remaining orders for the -700W, -800, and -800A variants. Span: 112 ft 7 in / 34.32 m, with winglets: 117 ft 5in / 35.79m; Width: 12 ft 4 in (3.76 m); Cabin width: 11 ft 7 in (3.53 m); Cabin height: 86.6 in (2.20 m), 41,000 feet (12,497 m) Ceiling, Mach 0.82 (470 kn; 871 km/h) MMo, Fan tip diameter: 61 in (155 cm), length: 103.50 in (263 cm), *Overlapping production times like between the 747-400 and the 747-8 have been decided in favor of newer models, This page was last edited on 10 November 2020, at 19:05. 10 -300, Some are combi some are passenger only. Enthusiastic, determined and flexible Boeing 737NG First Officer. Two Boeing 737-400s; currently flying charter operations. 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The smallest of the new variants, the −600 series, is identical in size to the −500, launching in December 1997 with an initial flight occurring January 22, 1998; it was granted FAA certification on August 18, 1998. ], As of May 2019, Boeing had delivered 4,979 737-800s, 116 737-800As, and 21 737-800 BBJ2s and has 12 737-800 unfilled orders. Nearly 100 United Airlines employees who courageously served in the armed forces received a special recognition on Veterans Day. [3] With a smaller operator base, the -900ER is not as liquid as other variants; in October 2018, a ten-year-old -900ER was worth $19.4 million and leased for $180,000 per month over eight years, below the -800, while there is a premium for the A321 over the A320. An additional pair of exit doors and a flat rear pressure bulkhead increased seating capacity to 180 passengers in a two-class configuration. Re-branded as Air Serbia in 2013. [58] In 2011, United Airlines— flying a Boeing 737-800 from Houston to Chicago—operated the first U.S. commercial flight powered by a blend of algae-derived biofuel and traditional jet fuel to reduce its carbon footprint. Total orders and commitments include 80 aircraft to over half a dozen customers. Boeing reported the issue to the FAA at the end of September 2019, and more planes showed similar cracking after inspection. Past operator (Ceased operations on 4 March 2002), From Virgin Australia under Tigerair Australia brand, Past operator (ceased operations in 2012). In long-range cruise, it burns 4,440 lb (2,010 kg) per hour at Mach 0.785 (450 kn; 834 km/h) and FL410, increasing to 4,620–4,752 lb (2,096–2,155 kg) at Mach 0.80–Mach 0.82 (459–470 kn; 850–871 km/h). In 2011, Boeing launched the 737 MAX, an updated and re-engined version of the 737NG with more efficient CFM International LEAP-1B engines, and aerodynamic changes with distinctive split-tip winglets. [65], At the 2018 Farnborough Airshow, GECAS announced an agreement for 20 firm orders and 15 option orders for the 737-800BCF, raising the commitment to 50 aircraft. 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Zimbabwe. The flight test program used 10 aircraft: 3 -600s, 4 -700s, and 3 -800s.[8]. | OneTrust Cookie Settings. [61][unreliable source? Irish low-cost carrier is the largest 737-800 customer in the world. Launched in 1993 as the third generation derivative of the Boeing 737, it has been produced since 1997[5] and is an upgrade of the 737 Classic (−300/-400/-500) series. [10] Delta Air Lines received the first Next-Gen 737 model with this brake package, a 737-700, at the end of July 2008. CST-100 Starliner Test Article domes mated into full capsule for first time at Kennedy Space Center. The world's largest and most efficient twin-engine jet. 8 were transferred from Jetconnect, As of 6 February 2020, there were 249 Boeing 737 listed in the Transport Canada database. [3] Its operators are primarily US carriers and Lion Air. [74], As of July 2018, 6,343 Boeing 737 Next Generation aircraft were in commercial service. Learn more about 737 MAX. In 2004, Boeing offered a Short Field Performance package in response to the needs of Gol Transportes Aéreos, which frequently operates from restricted airports. [75], According to the Aviation Safety Network, the Boeing 737 Next Generation series has been involved in 22 hull-loss accidents and 13 hijackings, for a total of 767 fatalities. [49] The smallest model offered was then the 737-700. [37] The first 737 MAX performed its first flight in January 2016. Based on the 737-800, it is 5.84 m (19 ft 2 in) longer than the BBJ1, with 25% more cabin space and twice the baggage space, but has slightly reduced range. Deal for 11 Next-Generation 737s and 11 737 MAX 8s to fulfill growing customer demand for new technology, fuel efficient airplanes. Ceased operations in 2015. The flight deck was upgraded with modern avionics, and passenger cabin improvements similar to those on the Boeing 777, including more curved surfaces and larger overhead bins than previous-generation 737s. We will continue to provide this level of performance and quality as we transition to the 737 MAX. Whenever. [63], In February 2016, Boeing launched a passenger-to-freighter conversion program, with converted aircraft designated as 737-800BCF (for Boeing Converted Freighter). The final assembly process begins on Day 6 with the installation of airline seats, galleys, lavatories, overhead bins, etc. [66] The aircraft is designed to fly up to 1,995 nmi (3,695 km) at a MTOW of 174,100 lb (79,000 kg).[67]. [8], The first NG to roll out was a 737−700, on December 8, 1996. Wherever. Production of passenger 737NGs ended in December 2019, but 737NGs for military derivatives remain in production. The 737-600 replaces the 737-500 and is similar to the Airbus A318. The BBJ3 is approximately 16 feet longer than the 737-800/BBJ2, and has a slightly shorter range. Merged into Air New Zealand, 1 April 1978. An epic eight-part documentary series 100 years in the making. 737-300 (European launch customer). The first BBJ rolled out on August 11, 1998 and flew for the first time on September 4. [39] Higher MTOWs are offered. [13][14] The federal judge presiding the case sided with Boeing, and a subsequent court of appeal also ruled in favor of the company. WestJet was to launch the -600 with winglets, but dropped them in 2006. Production of the P-8 Poseidon variant continues. [15] A 2010 documentary by Al Jazeera alleged that in three crashes involving 737NGs – Turkish Airlines Flight 1951, American Airlines Flight 331, and AIRES Flight 8250 – the fuselage broke up following impact with the ground because of the defective structural components that were the subject of the 2005 lawsuit. The wing was redesigned with a new thinner airfoil section, greater chord, increased wing span by 16 ft (4.9 m) and area by 25%, which increased total fuel capacity by 30%. The first BBJ2 was delivered on February 28, 2001. First and only airline that operated 737 Original, Classic and Next-Generation at the same time. Bringing new ideas to life through technology advancements, disruptive market strategies, and venture partnerships. By 2025, a 17-year-old 737-800W will be worth $9.5 million and leased for $140,000 per month. The 737-600 was launched by SAS in March 1995 with the first aircraft delivered in September 1998. The value of a new -700 stayed around $35 million from 2008 to 2018, a 2003 aircraft was valued for $15.5 million in 2016 and $12 million in 2018 and will be scrapped for $6 million by 2023. The Seattle Delivery Center has delivered more than 12,000 commercial airplanes from Boeing Field since the first Boeing 707 was delivered in 1958. [citation needed], Modifications to the 737-800 airframe include installing a large cargo door, a cargo handling system, and additional accommodations for non-flying crew or passengers. With more than 5,000 orders, the 737 MAX is the fastest-selling airplane in Boeing’s history. Listed as I.M.P. [52][unreliable source? In 2005, three ex-Boeing employees filed a lawsuit on behalf of the U.S. government, claiming that dozens of 737NG contained defective structural elements supplied by airframe manufacturer Ducommun, allegations denied by Boeing. Transavia operates throughout the continents of Europe, North Africa and the Middle East with an operation variating from major international airports to uncontrolled airports at Greek islands. The airline received this aircraft on April 27, 2007, in a special dual paint scheme combining Lion Air's logo on the vertical stabilizer and the Boeing's livery colors on the fuselage. ], An analysis by Boeing on commercial jet airplane accidents in the period 1959–2017 showed that the Next Generation series had a hull loss rate of 0.17 per million departures compared to 0.71 for the classic series and 1.75 for the original series. In November 1993, Southwest Airlines launched the Next-Generation program with an order for 63 737-700s and took delivery of the first one in December 1997. The Boeing 737 Next Generation, commonly abbreviated as 737NG, or 737 Next Gen is a narrow-body aircraft powered by two engines and produced by Boeing Commercial Airplanes. [60][unreliable source?] Some airlines seal the additional exit. Operating the Boeing 737-700 and 737-800 for Transavia based in Amsterdam. As of May 2019, 52 -900s, 504 -900ERs, and seven -900 BBJ3s have been delivered with 1 unfilled order. About one quarter global NG fleet of 6,300 have to be inspected. 737s converted to freighters and transferred to Air India Cargo. [19] Cracking could lead to structural failure, affects the structure integrity of the aircraft and results in loss of control.[20][importance? [66] [22] ], In the late 1980s, Boeing marketed the Boeing 77-33 jet, a business jet version of the 737-300. [59], In early 2017, a new 737-800 was valued at $48.3 million, falling to below $47 million by mid-2018. 5 -200, all combi and ice/gravel runway capable. 737-300 operated by Express Freighters Australia [38] The fourth generation 737 MAX supersedes the third generation 737NG. [57] The Airline Monitor, an industry publication, quotes a 737-800 fuel burn of 4.88 US gal (18.5 L) per seat per hour, compared to 5.13 US gal (19.4 L) for the A320.
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