Boeing 737-700ER  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): February 2007
Total Production: 2
Origin: United States of America
Corporations: Boeing
Parent System: Boeing 737
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1968
Total Production: 12,672
Total Cost: USD$325 billion
Family Members: Boeing 737 MAX 200, Boeing 737 MAX 7, Boeing 737 MAX 8, Boeing 737 MAX 9, Boeing 737-500, Boeing 737-600, Boeing 737-700, Boeing 737-800, Boeing 737-800BCF, Boeing 737-900 and Boeing 737-900ER
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Description: The Boeing 737 is a popular, twin-engine, short- to medium-range airplane renowned by its reliability, simplicity and low maintenance and operating costs. The first 737, a 737-100 model, was delivered to Lufthansa in 1968. Since then, more than 10,000 737s have been ordered by airlines all over the world. More than 5,000 Next Generation 737s have been sold to date since its entry into service in 1998. The third generation 737, called the 737 MAX, has logged more than 1,400 aircraft on order since its launch in 2011. The Boeing 737 MAX will enter into service by 2017.

Wing tip extensions, called Winglets, have been added to the Next Generation 737 wing layout to extend range, increase payload and to save fuel. Winglets have been applied only to 737-700 and 737-800 models. Each Winglet is 8-ft long (2.44 meters) and 4-ft (1.22 meters) in width.

The Boeing 737-700 airplane has the same fuselage as the 737-300 and fitted with new wing, tail sections and stabilizer. It can carry from 126 to 149 passengers in a two-class or one-class arrangement. It is powered by two fuel efficient and low noise CFM56-7 engines and travels at a cruise speed of Mach 0.785 for over 3,300 nautical miles.

The Boeing 737-700ER airplane is a variant of Boeing 737-700 airliner inspired on the Boeing Business Jet (BBJ). 737-700ER features the longest range capability of any 737 family aircraft member produced so far to cover new nonstop routes. Based upon 737-700 model fuselage, the 737-700ER will also feature 737-800's wings and landing gear. With up to nine optional auxiliary fuel tanks and optional Blended Winglets the Boeing 737-700ER would be able to fly routes of 5,510 nautical miles (10,000+ km).

ANA (All Nippon Airways) was the launch customer converting two 737-700 airplanes from a previous order to the newest variant. ANA was expected to take delivery of its first 737-700ER in early 2007. The contract modification and launch announcement for the 737-700ER model was made on 31 January 2006.

Boeing 737-700ER Specifications

Crew: 2
Number of Engines: 2
Height: 12.5 meter
Length: 33.6 meter
Max Range: 10,194 kilometer (5,504 nautical mile)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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Boeing 737-700ER News

There are 4 news between
13 Dec 2006 and 16 Apr 2014
Wednesday, April 16, 2014Boeing Delivers 8,000th 737 Narrow Body Airliner
Friday, February 16, 2007Boeing Delivers First 737-700ER to Launch Customer ANA
Thursday, January 4, 2007First Boeing Next-Generation 737-700ER Rolls Out of Factory
Wednesday, December 13, 2006Boeing Begins Assembling First Next-Generation 737-700ER

Operators & Related Equipment

Aircraft ordered by ANA All Nippon Airways (2)

Grand Total 21
Propulsion Systems
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