Boeing 737-800/900

  • CountryUnited States of America
  • TypeShort to medium range airliners
  • Powerplants737-800 - Two 107.6kN (24,200lb) CFM56-7B24s, or two 121.4kN (27,300lb) CFM56-7B27s on high gross weight versions. 737-900 - Two 117kN (26,300lb) CFM56-7B26s, or 121.4kN (27,300lb) or 121.4kN (27,300lb) CFM56-7B27s in high gross weight versions.
  • PerformanceTypical cruising speed Mach 0.785. Max certificated altitude 41,000ft. 737-800 - Standard range with 162 passengers 3585km (1990nm) or 5445km (2940nm) for high gross weight version. 737-900 - Standard range with 177 passengers 3815km (2060nm), high gross weight version 5083km (2458nm).
  • Weights737-800 - Operating empty 41,145kg (90,710lb), max takeoff 70,535kg (155,500lb), high gross weight max takeoff 79,015kg (174,200lb). 737-900 - Operating empty 42,493kg (93,680lb), max takeoff 74,840kg (164,000lb), high gross weight max takeoff 79,015kg (174,200lb).
  • Dimentions737-800 - Wing span 34.31m (112ft 7in), length 39.47m (129ft 6in), height 12.55m (41ft 2in). Wing area 125.0m2 (1344sq ft). 737-900 - Same except length 42.11m (138ft 2in).
  • CapacityFlightcrew of two. 737-800 - Typical two class seating for 162 with 12 first class passengers at four abreast and 91cm (36in) pitch and 150 economy class at six abreast and 81cm (32in) pitch. Max single class seating for 189 at 76cm (30in) pitch. 737-900 - Typical two class seating for 177, with 12 first class at four abreast and 91cm (36in) pitch, max seating for 189 in a single class at 81cm (32in) pitch.
  • Production737-800 - 1028 ordered (including 8 BBJ-2s), with 664 (including 7 BBJ-2s) delivered by October 2002. 737-900 - 49 ordered, with 29 delivered by October 2002.

Boeing's Next Generation 737-800 and 737-900 are the biggest parts of the solid offering 737 crew. Not at all like the other Next Generation 737s, the -800 and -900 present new fuselage lengths, expanding 737 single class seating go out to 189, contrasted and 100 in the first 737-100.

Like the -600 and -700, the -800 and -900 peculiarity the Next Generation enhancements including more effective Cfm56-7b turbofans, the new wing with more prominent harmony, compass and wing zone, bigger tail surfaces and the 777 style EFIS flightdeck with six level board Lcds which can exhibit data as on the 777 or as on the 737-300/400/500 arrangement, the recent permitting a typical pilot sort rating for the two 737 families. A HUD is noncompulsory. BBJ style winglets are offered as a noncompulsory characteristic for the -800.

Until its dispatch on September 5, 1994 the 737-800 was known as the 737-400x Stretch. Contrasted and the -400 the -800 is 3.02m (9ft 9in) more drawn out, taking run of the mill two class seating from 146 to 162, while extent is altogether expanded. The -800 has sold determinedly since its dispatch, and early 2002 was the most astounding offering Next Generation model. To begin with flight was on July 31 1997, first conveyance (to Hapag Lloyd) was in April 1998.

The biggest single request for the -800 arrangement has originated from the Irish plan transporter, Ryanair. After 28 had as of now been requested prior, a firm request for 100 airplane was made in January 2002, with a choice of an alternate 50, to be conveyed through the following 8 years. Ryanair will utilize the flying machine within a solitary class design, to seat 189 travelers

A variation of the 737-800 is the Boeing Business Jet 2 (Bbj2), which is depicted independently.

The 737-900 is the biggest and most recent part of the 737 family, and was dispatched on September 10, 1997 with a request for 10 from Alaska Airlines. A 1.57m (5ft 2in) attachment forward of the wing and a 1.07m (3ft 6in) fitting back contrasted and the -800 expands seating to 177 in two classes (greatest seating is the same as the 737-800's because of crisis passageway necessities). To start with flight was made August 3, 2000, and the first conveyance (to Alaska Airlines) May 15, 2001.

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