Air China Fleet Boeing 737-700 Details and Pictures

Air China Fleet Boeing 737-700 Details and Pictures. On current fleet, Air China operates 31 narrow-body aircraft Boeing 737-700 for short-medium flights, including flights to North Korea.

Some of this aircraft also operates by Air China Group subsidiaries Air China Inner Mongolia, Beijing Airlines, Kunming Airlines, and Shandong Airlines.

This aircraft configured with double class cabin (first business and economy class) with total 128 seats.

In November 1993, Southwest Airlines launched the Next-Generation program with an order for 63 737-700s and took delivery of the first one in December 1997.

It replaced the 737-300, typically seating 126 passengers in two classes to 149 in all-economy configuration, similarly to the Airbus A319.

As of July 2018, all -700 series on order, 1,128 -700, 120 -700 BBJ, 20 -700C, and 14 -700W aircraft have been delivered.

By June 2018, around one thousand were in service: half of them with Southwest Airlines, followed by Westjet with 56 and United Airlines with 39.

The value of a new -700 stayed around $35 million from 2008 to 2018, a 2003 aircraft was valued for $15.5 million in 2016 and $12 million in 2018 and will be scrapped for $6 million by 2023.

Air China B 5211 Boeing 737 79L Pink Peony Livery at Beijing Capital International Airport
Air China B 5211 Boeing 737 79L Pink Peony Livery at Beijing Capital International Airport

Boeing 737-700 Air China Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number

RegAircraft
B-1106Boeing 737-7LY(WL)
B-1229Boeing 737-7LY(WL)
B-1329Boeing 737-7LY(WL)
B-1459Boeing 737-7LY(WL)
B-1460Boeing 737-7LY(WL)
B-1461Boeing 737-7LY(WL)
B-2612Boeing 737-79L
B-2613Boeing 737-79L
B-2700Boeing 737-79L
B-3999Boeing 737-79L(BBJ)
B-5043Boeing 737-79L
B-5044Boeing 737-79L
B-5045Boeing 737-79L
B-5202Boeing 737-79L(WL)
B-5205Boeing 737-75N(WL)
B-5206Boeing 737-75N(WL)
B-5207Boeing 737-75N(WL)
B-5211Boeing 737-79L
B-5213Boeing 737-79L(WL)
B-5214Boeing 737-79L(WL)
B-5220Boeing 737-79L(WL)
B-5226Boeing 737-79L(WL)
B-5227Boeing 737-79L(WL)
B-5228Boeing 737-79L(WL)
B-5229Boeing 737-79L(WL)
B-5296Boeing 737-79L(WL)
B-5297Boeing 737-79L(WL)
B-5803Boeing 737-79L(WL)
B-7870Boeing 737-7LY(WL)
B-7871Boeing 737-7LY(WL)
B-7872Boeing 737-7LY(WL)

Air China Fleet Boeing 737-700 Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout

Air China has introduced a newly reconfigured Boeing 737-700 aircraft to their fleet.

This version has 8 seats in First Business Class and 120 seats in Economy for a total of 128 passengers.

Business class cabin configured with recliner seats, while economy class cabin with standard seats.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 737-700 Air China

Narrow-body aircraft Boeing 737-700 Air China has 2 classes on board (first business and economy) with total of 128 seats.

Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 737 700 Air China
Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 737 700 Air China

Air China 737-700 Seating Details

ClassPitchWidthRowSeats
first38211 – 28
economy30 – 311811 – 30120

Boeing 737-700 Air China Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities and On-Board Services Information

  • Audio. Air China offers audio entertainment in both Chinese and English.
  • Video. Air China have overhead TVs showing programs in both Chinese and English.
  • Food. Food service is available on medium to long-haul flights.
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