737-800

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Created by the most recognized and experienced team in desktop flight simulation, the PMDG 737-800 for Microsoft Flight Simulator is an incredibly detailed, feature rich simulation of the ubiquitous Boeing narrow body.

Representing years of work to leverage the very best that Microsoft Flight Simulator can offer, the PMDG 737-800 is the third installment in PMDG's simulation of the magnificent Boeing 737NG series.

The 737-800 is a twin-engine, narrow-body jet airliner produced by American aviation firm Boeing. The -800 is a member of the 737 Next Generation (also called 737 Next Gen or just 737NG) family of airliners that was introduced in December of 1997. The 737NG line is the third generation of the successful 737 lineage, with enhancements that include a redesigned wing, upgraded flight controls, a glass cockpit, greater fuel capacity, greater take-off weight, and longer range. The 737 Next Generation family includes the -600, the -700, the -800, and the -900.

The 737-800 is a stretched version of the -700. It is crewed by two and typically seats from 160 to 184 with a maximum seating of 189. It is the most numerous of the Next Generation family, with more than 5,000 airframes produced. Most of these are flown by commercial airlines, with a lesser number serving in military use and as private business transport.

The 737-800 measures 129 feet, 6 inches in length, stands 41 feet, 2 inches tall, and has a wingspan (with winglets) of 117 feet, 5 inches. It is powered by two CFM International CFM56 high-bypass turbofan engines that produce up to 27,000 pounds of thrust each. The jetliner has a range of 3,378 miles, a service ceiling of 41,000 feet above sea level, and a climb rate of 1,800 feet per minute. It cruises at 524 miles per hour and has a top speed of 541 mph.


The 737 BBJ2 is a twin-engine business jet based on the 737-800 narrow-body jetliner by American aircraft manufacturer Boeing. The BBJ, or Boeing Business Jet, made its public debut on August 11, 1998 and took its maiden flight a few weeks later, on September 4. The aircraft are fitted with long-range fuel tanks, advanced avionics, and have custom interiors crafted to customer specifications. The 737 BBJ2 is operated by a number of private companies as well as used by governments as state VIP aircraft.

The -800, on which the 737 BBJ2 is based, is a member of the 737 Next Generation (also called 737 Next Gen or just 737NG) family of airliners that was introduced in December of 1997. The 737NG line is the third generation of the successful 737 lineage, with enhancements that include a redesigned wing, upgraded flight controls, a glass cockpit, greater fuel capacity, greater take-off weight, and longer range.

The 737 BBJ2 measures 129 feet, 6 inches in length, stands 41 feet, 2 inches tall, and has a wingspan (with winglets) of 117 feet, 5 inches. It is powered by two CFM International CFM56 high-bypass turbofan engines that produce up to 27,000 pounds of thrust each. The jetliner has a range of 3,378 miles, a service ceiling of 41,000 feet above sea level, and a climb rate of 1,800 feet per minute. It cruises at 524 miles per hour and has a top speed of 541 mph.


The 737-800BCF is a twin-engine commercial jet freighter by American aerospace manufacturer Boeing. The company converted it from their 737-800 airframe; BCF stands for Boeing Converted Freighter. The base of the freighter, the 737-800, is a member of the 737 Next Generation (also called 737 Next Gen or just 737NG) family of airliners that was introduced in December of 1997. The 737NG line is the third generation of the successful 737 lineage, with enhancements that include a redesigned wing, upgraded flight controls, a glass cockpit, greater fuel capacity, greater take-off weight, and longer range. The 737 Next Generation family includes the -600, the -700, the -800, and the -900. The 737-800 is a stretched version of the -700.

The 737-800BCF measures 129 feet, 6 inches in length, stands 41 feet, 2 inches tall, and has a wingspan (with winglets) of 117 feet, 5 inches. It is powered by two CFM International CFM56 high-bypass turbofan engines that produce up to 32,900 pounds of thrust each. The freighter has a range of 3,378 miles, a service ceiling of 41,000 feet above sea level, and a climb rate of 1,800 feet per minute. It cruises at 524 miles per hour and has a top speed of 541 mph. The aircraft can carry up to 11 pallets for a total payload of 52,800 pounds.


The 737-800BDSF is a twin-engine jet freighter that is based on the 737-800 by American aerospace manufacturer Boeing and converted to carry cargo by Israeli Aerospace Industries. The base of the freighter, the 737-800, is a member of the 737 Next Generation (also called 737 Next Gen or just 737NG) family of airliners that was introduced in December of 1997. The 737NG line is the third generation of the successful 737 lineage, with enhancements that include a redesigned wing, upgraded flight controls, a glass cockpit, greater fuel capacity, greater take-off weight, and longer range. The 737 Next Generation family includes the -600, the -700, the -800, and the -900. The 737-800 is a stretched version of the -700.

The 737-800 measures 129 feet, 6 inches in length, stands 41 feet, 2 inches tall, and has a wingspan (with winglets) of 117 feet, 5 inches. It is powered by two CFM International CFM56 high-bypass turbofan engines that produce up to 27,000 pounds of thrust each. The jetliner has a range of 3,378 miles, a service ceiling of 41,000 feet above sea level, and a climb rate of 1,800 feet per minute. It cruises at 524 miles per hour and has a top speed of 541 mph. The 737BDSF (BEDEK Special Freighter) comprises an added cargo door and a strengthened floor. The aircraft can carry up to 12 pallets for a total payload of 53,000 pounds.

Specifications


SPEEDMach 0.785
CEILING41,000 ft
TYPICAL RANGE2,935 nm
LENGTH129ft 6in
WINGSPAN117ft 5in
HEIGHT41ft 2in
EMPTY WEIGHT91,300lbs
MAX TAKEOFF WEIGHT174,900lbs
FUEL CAPACITY6,875 US gal (26,022 L)
ENGINESCFMI CFM56-7B27 27,000 lb
COCKPIT CREW2