Boeing 737 aircraft data

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737 GenerationAircraft ModelFirst Certification Date (FAA)Highest MTOW (t)Max. Permitted Passenger CapacityEngine FamilyEngine VariantETOPS ApprovalProduction Status
Classic737-10015 December 196758.1124Pratt and Whitney JT8DJT8D-7, JT8D-7A,
JT8D-7B, T8D-9, JT8D-9A, JT8D-15, JT8D-15A, JT8D17,
and JT8D-17A
NoOut of production
Classic737-20021 December 196758.1136Pratt and Whitney JT8DJT8D-7, JT8D-7A,
JT8D-7B, T8D-9, JT8D-9A, JT8D-15, JT8D-15A, JT8D17,
and JT8D-17A
Yes, 120 minsOut of production
Classic737-200C29 October 196858.1136Pratt and Whitney JT8DJT8D-7, JT8D-7A,
JT8D-7B, T8D-9, JT8D-9A, JT8D-15, JT8D-15A, JT8D17,
and JT8D-17A
Yes, 120 minsOut of production
Classic737-30014 November 198463.3149CFM International CFM56-3 seriesCFM56-3B-1, -3B-2, -3C-1Yes, 120 minsOut of production
Classic737-40002 September 198868.0188CFM International CFM56-3 seriesCFM56-3B-1, -3B-2, -3C-1Yes, 120 minsOut of production
Classic737-50012 February 199061.7140CFM International CFM56-3 seriesCFM56-3B-1, -3B-2, -3C-1Yes, 120 minsOut of production
Next Generation737-60012 August 199866.0149CFM International CFM56-7B seriesCFM56-7B-18/20/22Yes, 180 minsIn production
Next Generation737-70007 November 199777.6149CFM International CFM56-7B seriesCFM56-7B-20/22/24/26/27Yes, 180 minsIn production
Next Generation737-80013 March 199879.0189CFM International CFM56-7B seriesCFM56-7B-24/26/27Yes, 180 minsIn production
Next Generation737-800 BCF06 April 201879.00CFM International CFM56-7B seriesCFM56-7B-24/26/27NoConversion only
Next Generation737-90017 April 200179.0189CFM International CFM56-7B seriesCFM56-7B-24/26/27Yes, 180 minsIn production
Next Generation737-900ER20 April 200785.1220CFM International CFM56-7B seriesCFM56-7B-24/26/27Yes, 180 minsIn production
Max737-808 March 201782.2189CFM International LEAP-1B seriesLEAP-1B-25/27/28Yes, 180 minsIn production
Max737-915 February 201888.3220CFM International LEAP-1B seriesLEAP-1B-27/28Yes, 180 minsIn production

Max. Permitted Passenger Capacity is the maximum number of passengers that may be carried in the aircraft in accordance with certified exit limits. The listed figure is the highest limit – which assumes the availability of maximum door capacities. This limit may be lesser for aircraft which are fitted with limited door capacities (Type II instead of Type I). The actual seat count fitted by the airline is always lower than this value.

Source: FAA and EASA Type Certificate Data

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