Technical Aircraft Information Boeing 737-500

Boeing 737-500 General
Aircraft
Boeing 737-500
Type
Medium range airliner


Boeing 737-500 Program Milestones
First order
May 20, 1987
First roll out
June 3, 1989
First flight
June 30, 1989
Certification
February 12, 1990
First delivery
February 28, 1990
In service
March 2, 1990
by
Southwest (USA)

Boeing 737-500 Aircraft Dimensions
Cross Section
12 feet 4 inch (3,76m)
Wing Span
94 feet 9 inch (28.88 m)
Stabilo Span
41 feet 8 inch (12,70 m)
Length
101 feet 9 inch (31,01 m)
Height
36 feet 4 inch (11,07 m)

Boeing 737-500 Weights
Maximum Taxi Weight
136.500 lbs
Maximum Take-off Weight
136.000 lbs
Maximum Landing Weight
110.000 lbs
Maximum Zero Fuel Weight
103.000 lbs
Max. Structural Payload
33.470 lbs
Max. Cargo
822 Cubic Feet
Usable Fuel
42.177 lbs

Boeing 737-500 Seating

One Class
122 Passengers
Mixed Class
108 Passengers

Prices all variants
Model out of production - no prices current

All Boeing 737 Variants
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Boeing 737-500 General Information
The 737-500 is the shortened version of the 737-300. The 737-500 is 101 ft 9 in long and can seat up to 132 passengers in an all-economy configuration. The aircraft was launched by Southwest Airlines in 1987 and first deliveries took place in 1990.