Boeing 737-200

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Boeing 737-200
First Flight: August 8, 1967[1]
Assembled in: Renton, Washington
Number built: 1114[2]
Category: Short-Haul Narrow-Body
Manufactured by: Boeing Commercial Airplanes

The Boeing 737-200 is a narrow-body short-haul airliner developed by Boeing in the late 1960s. The second model developed by Boeing of the Boeing 737, it introduced the original series of the model and was developed alongside the Boeing 737-100.

The 737-200 Advanced was developed as a variant of the original 737-200, providing improved range and fuel economy.

This aircraft is no longer in development.

Specifications

  • Length: 30.53m
  • Height: 11.29m
  • Wingspan: 28.35m
  • Range (with full payload): 3,520km
  • Maximum Passenger Capacity: 130[3]

Variants

Operators

Previous operators in italics, current operators in bold.

Africa

Central Africa

Eastern Africa

Northern Africa

Southern Africa

Western Africa


Americas

Caribbean

Central America

Northern America

Southern America


Asia

Central Asia

Eastern Asia

Russia

Southeastern Asia

Southern Asia

Western Asia


Europe

Northern Europe

Southern Europe

Western Europe


Oceania

Australia and New Zealand

Micronesia


Prototypes/Demonstrators

Registration Thumbnail Model Year Engine Notes
N737BG 737-2XX 1968 JT8D-9A
  • Avionics Test-Bed.

Other Special Use

Registration Thumbnail Model Year Engine Notes
N583CC 737-2XX(A) 1975 JT8D-9A
  • Cleveland Cavelier Transport.
C-GGPW 737-2XX(A) 1978 JT8D-9A
  • FAA Test Aircraft.
4X-AOT 737-2XX(A) 1979 JT8D-9A
  • Radar Test-Bed.
N500VP 737-2XX(A) 1980 JT8D-9A
  • Sonic Corp. corporate transport.


References