Does Boeing still make 737-500?

Does Boeing still make 737-500?

The 737-500 was replaced by the 737-600 in the Boeing 737 Next Generation family.

When did Boeing stop making the 737-500?

The Boeing 737-500 is a twin-engined short-to-medium-range narrowbody airliner with a capacity of maximum 132 passengers produced by the American manufacturer Boeing Commercial Airplanes….Airliner.

First Flight 30.06.1989
Production Range 1990-1999
Total Production 389

What is a Boeing 737 made out of?

Wing upper skin, spars & beams – Aluminium alloy 7178 (Aluminium, zinc, magnesium & copper) – High compressive strength to weight ratio. Landing gear beam – Aluminium alloy 7175 (Aluminium, zinc, magnesium & copper) – A very tough, very high tensile strength alloy.

Who makes engines for Boeing 737?

CFM International
737 MAX engine details The 737 MAX is powered by CFM International LEAP-1B engines, which are integrated with the wing similar to those of 787 Dreamliner engine. The 737 MAX engine reduces CO₂ emissions by an additional ten to 12% in comparison with existing fuel-efficient single-aisle aircraft.

Where are Boeing 737 built?

The Boeing Company’s Renton, Washington Factory is a facility where the Boeing 737 MAX airliner is built. Current production includes the 737 MAX 7, 737 MAX 8, 737 MAX 9, and 737 MAX 10 models. The floor space covered is 1.1 million square feet (102,000 square meters).

What company makes the engines for Boeing 737?

Each 737 MAX will use a pair of LEAP-1B jet engines developed by CFM International, a joint venture between GE Aviation and Safran Aircraft Engines of France.

What does GE CFM stand for?

CFM is not an acronym, so it doesn’t stand for anything. The company (CFM), and product line (CFM56), got their names by a combination of the two parent companies’ commercial engine designations: GE’s CF6 and Snecma’s M56. We do this by building remarkable engines and offering dedicated services.

What are the specs of a Boeing 737 500?

The aircraft has a maximum operating altitude of 37,000′, a normal cruise speed of 453 KTS/521 MPH, and a 2,929 NM/3,371 SM seats-full range. The BOEING 737-500 has a 8,424′ balanced field length and 3,398′ landing distance. The cabin measures 07’04” high, 11’08” wide, and 69’03” long.

How much does a Boeing 737 cost?

$30 million variant of the second generation Boeing 737 Classic. The Boeing 737-500 is the final and shortest variant of the Boeing 737 Classic produced by the American manufacturer Boeing Commercial Airplanes. It has a range of 2,950 nautical miles, and the 737-500 can accommodate up to 132 passengers.

What is the difference between a 737 200 and 737 500?

The 737-500 was designed to replace the previous 737-200. The 737-500 flight deck has an optional Electronic Flight Instrument System (EFIS) and the cabin is enhanced with certain upgrades same of those on the Boeing 757. An older style mechanical cockpit and a glass cockpit configuration were accessible.

How many Boeing 737-500 classic aircraft were delivered?

Production of the Boeing 737 Classic took place from 1984 to 2000. There were 1,988 recorded deliveries, 389 of those were for 737-500. The 737-500 is equipped with new engines for an improved fuel economy and has modernized avionics. The engines were placed ahead of the wing with the engine accessories on the sides of the engine pods.