Boeing 737 Family

 

Boeing 737 prototype N73700. (photo: Boeing)
The Boeing 737 is a popular short-to-medium range commercial passenger jet aircraft continuously manufactured by Boeing Commercial Airplane since 1967. Over 5.000 have been sold since its introduction in 1967, more than any other commercial airliner, and more than Airbus entire product line.

 

 

Developing nation: United States of America.
Manufacturer/designer:  Boeing Commercial Airplane Company.
Production line: Renton Municipal Airport, WA.
Type aircraft: Short to medium range airliner.
First flight: – 737-100 April 9, 1967, N73700.
– 737-200 August 8, 1967, N9001U.
– 737-200C September 18, 1968.
– 737-200Adv April 15, 1971.
– 737-300 February 24, 1984, N350AU.
– 737-400 February 19, 1988, N73700.
– 737-500 June 30, 1989, N73700.
– 737-600 January 22, 1998, N7376.
– 737-700 February 9, 1997, N737X.
– 737-800 July 31, 1997, N737BX.
– 737-900 September 2000, N737X.
First delivery: – 737-100 December 28, 1967 to Lufthansa.
– 737-200 December 29, 1967 to United Airlines.
– 737-200C October 30, 1968 to Wien Consolidated.
– 737-200Adv May 20, 1971 to All Nippon Airways.
– 737-300 November 28, 1984 to USAir.
– 737-400 September 15, 1988 to Piedmont.
– 737-500 February 28, 1990 to Southwest.
– 737-600 August, 1998 to SAS.
– 737-700 December 17, 1997 to Southwest.
– 737-800 April 22, 1998 to Hapag Lloyd.
– 737-900 May 16, 2001 to Alaska Airlines.
Last delivery: – 737-100 July 26, 1973 to NASA.
– 737-200 April 5, 71 to Indian Airlines.
– 737-200C July 5, 1985 to Markair.
– 737-200Adv August 8, 1988 to Xiamen Airlines.
– 737-300 December 17, 1999 to Air New Zealand.
– 737-400 February 25, 2000 to CSA Czech Airlines.
– 737-500 July 26, 1999 to Air Nippon.

 

Boeing 737 built of each type:
–     30 Boeing 737-100
– 1095 Boeing 737-200
–     19 Boeing T-43A
– 1113 Boeing 737-300
–   486 Boeing 737-400
–   389 Boeing 737-500
–     57 Boeing 737-600
–   704 Boeing 737-700
–   855 Boeing 737-800
–     46 Boeing 737-900

 

Top 10 of Boeing 737 of all airline operators:
Southwest Airlines. – 478 Boeing 737
Continental Air Lines. – 280 Boeing 737
United Airlines. – 229 Boeing 737
USAir. – 163 Boeing 737
Delta Air Lines. – 162 Boeing 737
US Airways. – 139 Boeing 737
Lufthansa. – 110 Boeing 737
Ryanair. – 104 Boeing 737
American Airlines. – 103 Boeing 737
Alaska Airlines. –   85 Boeing 737

                                                         Summary April 2005.

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