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Description of the BOEING 737- 200 / 300 / 400

Hire A Boeing 737 with AEROAFFAIRES for Your Next Trip

  • Aircraft: BOEING 737-200/300/400
  • Size: Large Airliner
  • Seats: 130-455 seats
  • Range: 3000-7500 km
  • Manufacturer: BOEING
  • Engines: Twin Engines/Four Engines
  • Crew: 2 pilots + air stewards
  • Speed: 890 km/h



The Boeing 737 is a narrow-body airliner produced by Boeing at its Renton Factory in Washington. Developed to supplement the Boeing 727 on short and thin routes, the initial 737-100 twinjet made its first flight in April of 1967 and entered service in February 1968 with the airline Lufthansa. The longer 737-200 was introduced in April 1968. The aeroplane has evolved throughout the years, offering several 22 variants accommodating 85 to 215 450 passengers.

The 737 is part of the fleet of more than 500 airlines, reaching 1,200 destinations in 190 countries. Over 4,500 aircraft are currently in service and at any given time there are on average 1,250 in the air worldwide. This aircraft is a very popular make, and the Boeing 737 actually represents more than 25% of the worldwide fleet of large commercial jet airliners.

It is to know that Boeing 737 – 200 / 300 / 400 are the second generation of Boeing 737 models. In addition, from 1996, the American manufacturer built its new generation of Boeing 737, with the Boeing 737 – 700 / 800 / 900. (They had created a model Boeing 737-600, but it which was not a success).



Boeing 737: A Legacy of Success and Evolution

The Boeing 737 has emerged as a historic triumph for the aviation industry, with an impressive lineage of 22 distinct variations crafted over its remarkable 55-year history. 


Boeing 737: The First Generation

The inaugural Boeing 737-100 took its inaugural flight on April 9, 1967, and commenced operations with Lufthansa in 1968. This nimble aircraft accommodated 85 passengers across two classes, traversing distances of up to 2,850 km. The Boeing 737-200, an enhanced version introduced later that year, catered to airlines seeking higher capacities and extended range, with seating configurations reaching up to 102 passengers and a travel capability of 4,800 km.


The Second Generation: Introducing the Boeing 737 Classic

To meet growing demand for increased capacity and enhanced range, Boeing unveiled the second-generation Boeing 737-300, -400, and -500, aptly christened the Boeing 737 Classic. These variants, introduced in subsequent years, brought forth improved specifications:

  • Boeing 737-300: Carrying 126 passengers and spanning distances of 2,060 nautical miles.
  • Boeing 737-400: Accommodating 147 passengers and flying up to 2,375 nautical miles.
  • Boeing 737-500: Seating 110 passengers and offering a range of approximately 2,100 nautical miles.

The Third Generation: Rising to Meet the Challenge

As competition from Airbus A320 aircraft intensified, Boeing embarked on the third generation of the Boeing 737, collaborating with major carriers such as Southwest and United. This resulted in a redesign of the original Boeing 737 Classic, giving birth to a more refined and advanced lineup.

Alongside these advancements, three military versions emerged: the Boeing 737 AEW&C, C-40 Clipper, and P-8 Poseidon. Additionally, various cargo iterations of the Boeing 737-800 were developed by both Boeing and independent companies, each separately certified.

The Fourth Generation: Introducing the Boeing 737 MAX

The fourth and potentially final generation of the Boeing 737, the MAX lineup, made a notable entrance, albeit encountering challenges that led to a temporary global grounding. Today, the MAX models have triumphantly returned to the skies, demonstrating their fuel efficiency and operational excellence. The Boeing 737 MAX variants include:

Boeing 737 MAX 7: Accommodating 153 passengers across two classes and capable of flying up to 7,130 km.

Boeing 737 MAX 8: Succeeding the Boeing 737-800, it offers seating for 178 passengers and a range of 6,570 km.

Boeing 737 MAX 9: Providing comfortable seating for 193 passengers in two classes, with a range of 6,570 km.

Boeing 737 MAX 10: The largest member of the Boeing 737 family, offering a spacious interior for 204 passengers in two classes, with a range of 6,110 km.

Boeing has collaborated closely with airlines to customise interiors, resulting in noteworthy variants such as the Boeing 737 MAX 8-200, which accommodates up to 200 passengers and is favoured by carriers like Ryanair.

Continuing the Legacy

As the Boeing 737 celebrates its enduring presence, even after 55 years of service, the future beckons with anticipation. Boeing remains committed to producing innovative aircraft and captivating the world with its next-generation solutions, sparking curiosity about what the future holds for this remarkable lineage.

Hire A Boeing 737 for Your Group Air Charter

Many of our customers hire a Boeing 737 for larger group charters. Whether you are looking to fly out your staff for an important business trip or conference, flying out a sports team or perhaps even a group of musicians for a festival or performance, AEROAFFAIRES can adapt your air charter to your needs. This is also an ideal aircraft for government, royal, VIP and incentive charters.

Booking a private plane to travel as a group offers a significant financial advantage. Chartering is often cheaper than the group travel offers of regular airlines. AEROAFFAIRES is committed to respecting your budget and promises to offer you the solution best suited to your needs.


With AEROAFFAIRES, flexibility is guaranteed

Not only do you save time and money when you charter a Boeing 737 with AEROAFFAIRES, you also have a range of options and perks to make your travel easier. For example, you can customise the aircraft for your group flight, and choose onboard catering to suit your requirements. You even have the possibility of adding decor with your unique branding.

Renting a plane for a group flight allows direct flights to all types of airports, including small regional airports as close as possible to a destination. This means you avoid all the delays and waiting associated with commercial aviation.

Groups often have particular luggage needs. Whether it is sports equipment, musical instruments, or bulky goods, we have expertise in transporting special goods and fragile items and can provide you with the best solution.

Thinking about renting a Boeing 737 for your next trip? Get in touch with us to request a free, no-commitment quote or contact our air experts 24/7 at +33 (0) 1 44 09 91 82.

 Technical Specifications of The BOEING 737- 200 / 300 / 400

  • ManufacturerBOEING
  • ModelBOEING 737- 200 / 300 / 400
  • ClassificationCommercial Airliners
  • Seats130 – 455
  • Speed800 km/h
  • Hourly rates9300 €/hour
  • Range3000 7500 km
  • Interior Height3.26 m
  • Interior Width2.13 m
  • Luggage compartment volume70.7 m³
  • Crew2 pilots + flight attendant
  • Toiletyes
  • Purchase Price34,000,000 €

Technical specifications of BOEING 737- 200 / 300 / 400

General informations

  • Manufacturer BOEING
  • Model BOEING 737- 200 / 300 / 400
  • Classification Commercial Airliners
  • Crew 2 pilots + flight attendant
  • Seats 130-455
  • Luggage compartment volume 70,7 m³
  • Toilet yes
  • Hourly rates 9 300 €/hour
  • Purchase Price 34 000 000 €


  • Interior Height 3,26 m
  • Interior Width 2,13 m


  • Cruising speed 800 km/h
  • Range 30 007 500 km

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Our airline experts remain at your disposal to help you at every stage of your reservation.

  • What is the maximum speed of a Boeing 737?

    The Boeing 737 boasts an impressive maximum speed, reaching up to approximately 907 kilometres per hour (565 miles per hour). It maintains a cruising speed of around 800 km/h, ensuring efficient and swift journeys with a ceiling of 11,300 metres (37,000ft) for the variants between the 737-100 and 737-500 and a ceiling of 12,500 metres (41,000ft) for the versions between the 737-600 and the 737-900. 

  • Why should you consider renting a Boeing 737?

    Renting a Boeing 737 offers numerous advantages for your air travel needs. This versatile and widely trusted aircraft is known for its exceptional range, passenger capacity (up to 455), and reliability. It is a popular choice for both short-haul and long-haul flights, providing a comfortable and efficient experience for travellers. Whether you are planning a corporate trip, a family vacation, or a group excursion, renting a Boeing 737 ensures flexibility, convenience, and a seamless journey tailored to your specific requirements. Compared to flying with commercial airlines, one of the key benefits of flying private is the significant time savings it provides: private flights operate from separate terminals. In addition, private jets offer flexibility in terms of departure times and provide access to a vast network of regional airports. 

  • How much does a Boeing 737 cost?

    The cost of a Boeing 737 can vary based on several factors, including the model, configuration, and optional features. Boeing has built 22 variations of the 737.

    The price of a new Boeing 737 starts at approximately 34,000,000€. 

    If you prefer more flexibility in terms of cost and ownership, renting a Boeing 737 is an option too. The hourly rate for a Boeing 737 is around 9,300€.  

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