The 737 - a short-to-medium-range airplane - is based on a key Boeing philosophy of delivering added value to airlines with reliability, simplicity and reduced operating and maintenance costs.
The next generation models (600, 700/700ER, 800 and 900/900ER) of the Boeing 737 family make this twin-engine airliner with single aisle the most modern and technologically cutting-edge on the market. The NG models have a new wing that increases efficiency and allows larger tanks to be installed with resulting increased range. The winglets give better performance and allow fuel savings.
Boeing B737 is the most popular airliner for medium-short routes. Conceived and made by Boeing from 1967 onwards, this is the most-produced passenger aircraft in aviation history, with approx. 1,160 on order and 5,009 delivered: it is so popular today that it is estimated that about 1,250 Boeing 737 are in the air at any one time all over the world.