The Boeing 737, a narrow-body aircraft produced by Boeing Commercial Airplanes since 1966, was developed to address the need for a short-haul aircraft complementing the larger 727 airliner, particularly for short and thin routes. Boeing drew inspiration from a pre-existing concept, which served as the foundation for the new aircraft design. A significant development from the initial design involved relocating the engines to the wings, departing from their previous placement at the rear fuselage. This adjustment brought several advantages, including a lighter wing structure, increased cabin space for passenger seating, as well as improved aerodynamics.
The 737-500, the last model in the second generation of the 737 line, was introduced in 1987 and promoted as a replacement for the 737-200 model. This variant was optimized for more economical operation and fuel efficiency, although it carried fewer passengers than its direct predecessor.
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