This is the smallest family of airliners by Boeing. In 2009 the Next Generation consists of a wide variety of alirliners: 737-600, -700, -800, -900. The original 737-200 dates from 1968. Between 1984 and 1999 they produced the 737-300, -400 and -500.
These are the Jumbo Jets. The original 747-200 dates from 1970. In 1983 the upper deck was streched (-300) and in 1989 the concept was modernised with the -400. For the new millenium Boeing lanched the 747-800.
Between 1983 and 2005 a total of 1.049 airliners have been produced of the 757(-200), including 55 of the stretched (-300) version . No other variants have been developed.
This family was developed together with the 757. The orginal 767-200, was stretched -300, and then stretched again with the -400ER. Also the range was extended with the -200ER and -300ER.
In 1995 the first -200 was delivered. Then followed a stretch -300 and an extended range version -200ER. After 2004 more range was added with the -200LR and -300ER.
Doesn't fly yet in June 2009, but almost 1.000 have been sold. It comes as a 767 replacement.
Boeing is an American producer of airliners.
Boeing is an American aircraft producer. They have large production facilities in Seattle.