|First Flight:||September 1, 2006|
|Assembled in:||Renton, Washington|
|Number built:||408 (as of December 2016)|
|Manufactured by:||Boeing Commercial Airplanes|
The Boeing 737-900 is a narrow-body medium-haul airliner developed by Boeing in the mid 2000s. The 737-900ER is the tenth model developed by Boeing of the Boeing 737. This model of 737 was developed to replace the Boeing 757-200.
This aircraft is still in development, to be replaced by the Boeing 787 MAX 9.
- 1 Specifications
- 2 Variants
- 3 Operators
- 4 Prototypes/Demonstrators
- 5 Other Special Use
- 6 References
- Length: 42.11m
- Height: 12.55m
- Wingspan: 34.31m
- Range (with full payload): 5,460km
- Maximum Passenger Capacity: 220
- 737-900ER - CFMI CFM56-7B26
- Previous operators in italics, current operators in bold.
Other Special Use