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Greetings,Working at Renton I have learned that Boeing has simplified the dizzying array of model numbers(reportedly under prodding from the FAA). In the past the model number depended upon the customer (737-790, 737-890, & 737-990/ER for Alaska; 737-832 & 737-932/ER for Delta)Now the only remaining models numbers in use are:737-700WL, 737-800WL, 737-900ER, & 737-800A, the latter for conversion to a P-8.737-7, 737-8, 737-9, & soon 737-10.767-300ER, & 767-2C, the latter for conversion to a KC-46, not sure about the 767 Freighter, might be 767F787-8, 787-9, & 787-10777-200ER, 777-300ER, 777F, & 777-200LR747-8F, I thinkNo more slashesSo B-1296 is actually a 737-800WLCheers,Jonathan
We still use the Boeing Customer Codes for the 737NGs, because our sources still use them as well.
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