When you’re travelling to Lisbon, Madrid, or Moscow, you may fly with the Boeing 737-800. Find out their names and learn everything you want to know.
About the Boeing 737-800
The Boeing 737-800s in our fleet flies mostly to destinations within Europe, so you might fly in it to Lisbon, Madrid, or Moscow. These destinations may differ per season.
The Boeing 737-800 is one of 3 Boeing 737 types in our fleet, as we also have the -700 and the -900. Just like those aircraft, the -800s are named after birds: Swan, Falcon, Grouse, Eagle, Hawk, Swallow, Goose, Swift, Avocet, Blackbird, Crane, Herring Gull, Sparrow Hawk, Partridge, Pintail, Owl, Robin, Grebe, Albatross, Redshank, Whimbrel, Flamingo, Blue Tail, Green Woodpecker, Great Shearwater, Redwing, and Bluethroat.
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|Cruising speed||850 km/h|
|Max. range||4,200 km|
|Max. take-off weight||73,700 kg|
Average seat pitch
|Economy Class||76 cm|
|Economy Comfort||84 cm|
|Europe Business Class||84 cm|
In the aircraft
|Seat layout Economy Class||3-3|
|Seat layout Business Class||3-3 (blocked middle seat)|
|Number of toilets||3|