United Airlines 737-700 (2015)

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United Airlines' 737-700 fleet are Boeing 737-700s acquired in 2015.

All aircraft in this series are ex-Copa Airlines, acquired upon merger with United Airlines.

Engine Range Seating
CFMI CFM56-7B24 5,570 km 12 Business, 36 Economy Plus, 78 Economy

Interior Details

Standard (737)

Details

Used Aircraft - Ex-Copa Airlines

Fleet Number Registration Thumbnail Airframe First Flight Delivery In-Service First Flight In-Service Last Flight Seating Notes
0752 N17752 22 May 1999 29 May 2015 737
0753 N17753 26 Sep 2002 26 May 2015 737
0754 N17754 30 Oct 2002 01 Jul 2015 737
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Operations
Hubs Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport - Denver International Airport - George Bush Intercontinental Airport - Los Angeles International Airport - Narita International Airport - Newark Liberty International Airport - O'Hare International Airport - San Francisco International Airport - Washington Dulles International Airport
Focus Cities Cleveland Hopkins International Airport
Subsidiaries United Express (opb CommutAir/ExpressJet/GoJet Airlines/Mesa Airlines/Republic Airlines/Shuttle America/SkyWest Airlines/Trans States Airlines)
Mergers Capital Airlines - Continental Airlines
Routes
Mainline 1-99 - 100-199 - 200-99 - 300-399 - 400-499 - 500-599 - 600-699 - 700-799 - 800-899 - 900-999 - 1000-1099 - 1100-1199 - 1000-1299
Express - Air Wisconsin 3760-3899 - 3900-3964 - 4800-4879
Express - CommutAir 4800-4899 - 4900-4999
Express - ExpressJet 3965-4099 - 4100-4199 - 4200-4299 - 4300-4459
Express - GoJet 4460-4599
Express - Mesa 6000-6099 - 6100-6199 - 6200-6299 - 6300-6399
Express - Republic 3400-3499 - 3500-3599 - 3600-3699 - 3700-3759
Express - Trans States 4600-4699 - 4700-4799
Aircraft
Narrow-Body 757-200 - A320-200 - A319-100 - 737-700 - 737-800 - 737-900 - 757-200 (2010) - 757-300 - 737-900ER (2011) - 737-700 (2015) - 737-800 (2016) - A319-100 (2017) - A320-200 (2017) - 737 MAX 9
Wide-Body 767-300ER - 777-200 - 767-400ER - 777-200ER - 777-200ER (2010) - 787-8 - 787-9 - 777-300ER - 767-300ER (2018) - 787-10