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Boeing 737-800  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1998
Total Production: 3,960
Unitary Cost: USD$93 million
Also Known As: 737 BBJ2
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 737-700ER, 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 737-800 airplane has the same fuselage as the 737-400 and fitted with new wing, tail sections and stabilizer. It can carry from 162 to 189 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 at ranges of over 3,000 nautical miles. The first Boeing 737-800 was delivered to Hapag-Lloyd in 1998.

On May 12, 2005, Boeing delivered the first 737-800 equipped with an innovative advanced landing system which would guide the aircraft trough the runaway with unprecedented accuracy. The new system combines GLS (Global Positioning Landing System) information, ground stations and multi-mode receiver on the airplane. The Boeing Business Jet Two (BBJ2) is a 737-800 delivered without any interior furnishings. The customer can install specific interior configurations. As of May 2007, Boeing had sold 107 BBJs, 15 BBJ 2s, and three BBJ 3s.

Boeing 737-800 Applications

Support Aircraft P-8A Poseidon

Boeing 737-800 Specifications

Crew: 2
Number of Engines: 2
Passengers: 189
Height: 12.5 meter
Length: 39.5 meter
Wingspan: 34.3 meter
Max Range: 5,665 kilometer (3,059 nautical mile)
Cruise Speed: 261 mps (940 kph)
Empty Weight: 41,413 kilogram
Max Takeoff Weight: 79,243 kilogram (174,698 pound)
Payload: 21,319 kilogram
Thrust: 54,600 pound
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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Boeing 737-800 News

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24 Jan 2006 and 3 Apr 2017
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Monday, April 3, 2017Government of Poland Orders Three Boeing 737-800 Airplanes
Tuesday, January 10, 2017Jeju Air Orders Three Next-Generation Boeing 737-800s
Friday, December 23, Places Order for Four Boeing 737-800s
Monday, August 8, 2016Boeing, Mauritania Airlines Finalize Order for One Next-Generation 737-800
Wednesday, July 13, 2016EgyptAir Places Order for Nine Next-Generation Boeing 737-800s
Tuesday, July 12, 2016Boeing Announces Commitment for 30 737 Airplanes from Unidentified Chinese Customer
Monday, July 11, 2016Standard Chartered Orders for 10 Boeing Next-Generation 737-800s
Standard Chartered Bank Selects CFM56-7B Engine to Power 10 Boeing 737-800s
Tuesday, April 26, 2016Xiamen Airlines Places Order for 10 Boeing 737-800s
Tuesday, March 22, 2016Pegasus Airlines Places Order for Five Boeing 737-800s

Operators & Related Equipment

Aircraft ordered by Air Algerie (32), Tassili Airlines (4)
Aircraft ordered by Aerolineas Argentinas (20)
Aircraft ordered by Virgin Blue (9); Qantas (88)
Aircraft ordered by Lauda Air (3)
Aircraft ordered by Biman Bangladesh (2)
Aircraft ordered by Belavia Airlines (3)
Aircraft ordered by Eurobelgian Airlines (2)
Aircraft ordered by GOL Linhas Aereas (127 Next-Generation Boeing 737s); VARIG (10)
Aircraft leased by Sunwing Airlines from Aviation Capital Group (ACG); WestJet (10)
Aircraft ordered by Xiamen Airlines (90); China Southern Airlines (68); Air China (125); Okay Airways (9); Hainan Airlines (36); Shanghai Airlines (12); Shandong Airlines (32); China Eastern Airlines (96); Shenzhen Airlines (10); CASGC (80); Dragon Aviation Leasing (10); Minsheng Financial Leasing (15)
Czech Republic8
Ordered by Travel Service (8)
Aircraft ordered by EgyptAir (41); Midwest Airlines (1)
Aircraft ordered by Ethiopian Airlines (10)
Sold to Air Berlin (70); TUI Group; Hapag-Lloyd (20)
Aircraft ordered by Olympic Airways (8)
Aircraft operated by JetX; Icelandair (15)
Aircraft ordered by SpiceJet (55); Jet Airways (46); Air India (18); Air Sahara (10)
Aircraft ordered by Garuda Indonesia (21); Lion Air (60)
Aircraft ordered by the government of Iraq for a Iraqi national airline (30)
Aircraft ordered by Ryanair (763); AWAS (31); Avolon (22)
Aircraft ordered by EL AL (3)
Aircraft ordered by MCAP (2); Japan Airlines (30); Japan Transocean Air (12); ANA (5)
Ordered by ALAFCO (6)
Aircraft ordered by Buraq Air (3)
Aircraft ordered by Luxair (3)
Aircraft ordered by Malaysia Airlines (45)
Aircraft ordered by Mauritania Airlines (1)
Aircraft ordered by Aeromexico (3)
Aircraft ordered by MIAT Mongolian (2)
Aircraft ordered by Royal Air Maroc (9)
Aircraft ordered by KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (19); (38);
Aircraft ordered by Arik Air (17)
Aircraft ordered by Norwegian Air Shuttle (100)
Aircraft ordered by Oman Air (1)
Aircraft ordered by Copa Airlines (53)
Aircraft ordered by LOT Polish Airlines (2); Enter Air (2); Government of Poland (2 BBJ2 and 1 737-800)
Aircraft ordered by Air Austral (2)
Aircraft ordered by Blue Air (2)
Aircraft ordered by S7 Airlines (10); Rostechnology (25); UTAir (33); Sberbank Leasing (12); Dobrolet (16)
Aircraft ordered by RwandAir (2)
Aircraft ordered by Singapore Aircraft Leasing Enterprise/SALE now BOC Aviation (123); SilkAir (23)
South Africa29
Aircraft ordered by (8); South African Airways (21)
South Korea24
Aircraft ordered by Korean Air (16); Jeju Air (8)
Aircraft ordered by Air Europa (55); Futura International Airways (3)
Aircraft ordered by SAS Scandinavian Airlines (4)
Aircraft ordered by China Airlines (6)
Aircraft ordered by NOK Air (8)
Aircraft ordered by Saga Airlines (2); SunExpress (31); Turkish Airlines (89); Pegasus Airlines (12)
Aircraft ordered by AeroSvit Airlines (7)
United Arab Emirates135
Aircraft ordered by DAE Capital (70); RAK Airways (4); FlyDubai (61);
United Kingdom94
Aircraft ordered by RBS Aviation Capital (43); Thomsonfly (2); Safair Lease Finance (5); (34); Standard Chartered Bank (10)
United States of America727
Ordered by GECAS (182); ILFC (96); Aviation Capital Group (110); Babcock & Brown Aircraft Management and Nomura Babcock & Brown (20); American Airlines (63); ALC (74); Alaska Airlines (39); CIT Group (23); Southwest Airlines (33); GATX (20); Delta Airlines (21); ATA (20); Primaris Airlines (20); Pegasus Aviation Finance Company (6)
Aircraft ordered by Yemenia Airways (4)

Grand Total 3,96053
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