Boeing 737-800Go back
The 737-800 was designed to replace the 737-400, seating 162 passengers in a typical two-class configuration, or up to 189 passengers in a single cabin layout. It competes with the A320 on medium-haul/transcontinental routes and is also an efficient replacement aircraft for MD-80 aircraft (particularly in the US), burning 20% less fuel on comparable routes, despite an increase in passenger capacity.
The 737-800 is an exceptionally popular model with airlines around the world, with more than 5,000 airframes ordered, of which approximately 4,000 have been delivered. Primary operators of the 737-800 include American Airlines and Ryanair.
|Fuselage Length (m)||39.5|
|Tail Height (m)||12.5|
|Max Take Off Weight (lb)||174,200|
|Max Range (nm)||3,115 NM|
|Max Operation Mach No||0.825|
|Engine Models||Pw4062, GE CF6-80C2B5F, RR RB211-542H|
|Primary Operators||American Airlines, China Southern, Ryanair|