List of Boeing 737 operators

The list of Boeing 737 operators and owners lists both former and current operators of the aircraft.

Contents

Civil operators

Afghanistan  · Albania  · Algeria  · Argentina  · Armenia  · Aruba  · Australia  · Austria  · Bahamas  · Bahrain  · Bangladesh  · Belarus  · Belgium  · Bolivia

Bosnia and Herzegovina  · Brazil  · Brunei  · Bulgaria  · Cambodia  · Canada  · Chile  · People's Republic of China  · Colombia  · Congo  · Costa Rica  · Croatia  · Cyprus

Czech Republic  · Denmark  · Ecuador  · El Salvador  · Egypt  · Estonia  · Ethiopia  · Fiji  · Finland  · France  · Georgia  · Germany  · Greece  · Guam  · Guatemala  · Honduras  · Hong Kong  · Hungary

Iceland  · India  · Indonesia  · Iran  · Iraq  · Ireland  · Israel  · Italy  · Japan  · Kazakhstan  · Kenya  · Kyrgyzstan  · Latvia  · Lebanon  · Libya  · Lithuania

Luxembourg  · Macedonia  · Madagascar  · Malaysia  · Mauritania  · Mexico  · Mongolia  · Morocco  · Nauru  · Netherlands  · New Zealand  · Nicaragua  · Nigeria  · Norway

Oman  · Pakistan  · Panama  · Papua New Guinea  · Paraguay  · Peru  · Philippines  · Poland  · Portugal  · Réunion  · Romania  · Russia  · Samoa  · Saudi Arabia  · Serbia

Singapore  · Slovakia  · South Africa  · South Korea  · Spain  · Sri Lanka  · Suriname  · Sudan  · Sweden . Taiwan  · Tajikistan

Tanzania  · Thailand  · Trinidad and Tobago  · Tunisia  · Turkey  · Ukraine  · United Arab Emirates  · United Kingdom

United States  · Uruguay  · Vanuatu  · Venezuela  · Vietnam  · Yemen  · Zambia  · Zimbabwe

Military operators

References


Civil operators by countryEdit

Legend Notes
* In service
* Phased out
Orders

AfghanistanEdit

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Ariana Afghan Airlines   * 2 1 *
Kam Air   6 3 1 1 3 Past operator.
737-200 retired January 2010.
737-300 leased from East Air and returned December, 2008.
737-800 leased from Pegasus Airlines and returned on May, 2008.
Pamir Airways   * * Ceased operations in 2011
Safi Airways   * Past operator.
737-300 retired December 2008.

AlbaniaEdit

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Albawings   2
Air Albania   1

AlgeriaEdit

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Air Algérie   * * 5 2 25 737-200 retired November 2004
737-400 retired June 2005
Air Algérie Cargo * Past operator
Antinea Airlines   * Past operator ceased operations in 2003
Ecoair International * * * Past operator, ceased operations in 2002
Khalifa Airways   * * Past operator, ceased operations in 2003
Tassili Airlines   4

AngolaEdit

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SonAir 2
TAAG Angola Airlines   * 5 1 Boeing 737-700 is a combi

ArgentinaEdit

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Aerolíneas Argentinas   52 1 17 8 31 5 737-200s retired November 2009, 737-500 retired April 2012

First and only airline that operated 737 Original, Classic and Next-Generation at the same time.

Aerolíneas Argentinas Cargo   * Past operator
Andes Líneas Aéreas   4 Past operator
American Falcon   * Past operator (ceased operations in 2005)
ARG Argentina Linea Privada   3 8 Re-branded as LAPA again in 2002
Austral Líneas Aéreas   * Past operator
Dinar Líneas Aéreas   3 Past operator (ceased operations in 2002)
Flybondi   5 All-737 fleet
LAPA   14 9 Re-branded as ARG Argentina Linea Privada in 2001
LAPA (2002-2003) * Ceased operations in 2003
LAN Argentina   5 Past operator, ceased operations in 2020
Norwegian Air Argentina   3 All-737 fleet. To cease operations in 2020.
Southern Winds Airlines   * Past operator (ceased operations in 2005)

ArmeniaEdit

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Air Armenia   *
Armavia   * * 737-300 leased from Georgian Airways in 2007 and returned in 2009

Ceased operations on 1 April 2013.

Armenia Aircompany 1 1

ArubaEdit

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Air Aruba   * Leased
Past operator
Tiara Air *

AustraliaEdit

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Ansett Australia   * 25 Past operator (Ceased operations on 4 March 2002)
Australian air Express   * All aircraft are operated by Express Freighters Australia
Australian Airlines   * * * Merged with Qantas in 1994
Norfolk Air   1 1 Ceased operation in 2012
Express Freighters Australia   4 All aircraft are operated for Australian air Express
OzJet   5 Former operator

Ceased operations on 20 May 2009

Qantas   4 22 75 737-400 Retired Feb 2014

737-300 operated by Express Freighters Australia
8 were transferred from Jetconnect

Tigerair Australia   6 From Virgin Australia under Tigerair Australia brand

Ceased operations on 25 March 2020

Toll Priority   4 1 operated by Airwork
Virgin Australia   2 72
23
25
Formerly Virgin Blue
Virgin Blue   1 6 24 51 Re-branded as Virgin Australia May 2011.

AustriaEdit

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Austrian Airlines   1 1 2 2 7 737-200 leased from Transavia.com and return November 1980
737-300 retired May 2007
737-600 and 737-700 are stored
737-800 retired April 2013[1]
Lauda Air   1 2 3 2 2 7 737-200 leased from Transavia.com and return March 1988
737-300 retired September 2002
737-400 retired June 2005
737-600 retired December 2009
737-700 retired January 2010
(merged with Austrian Airlines in 2005)
737-800 retired April 2013

BahamasEdit

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Bahamasair   * * 3 1 737-400 formerly leased from Xtra Airways

BahrainEdit

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Gulf Air   * * * Past operator:
737-200 retired April 1995
737-700 leased from PrivatAir and return July 2012
737-800 leased from XL Airways Germany and returned October 2008
Texel Air 2

BangladeshEdit

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US-Bangla Airlines   4
Biman Bangladesh Airlines   * 4 737-300 retired May 2004
GMG Airlines *
Regent Airways   2 4

BelarusEdit

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Belavia   9 6 2

BelgiumEdit

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Abelag Airways * Ceased operations
Air Belgium   * * * Resumed with 2 A340s
Brussels Airlines   * *
Brussels International Airways * Ceased operations
CityBird   * * * Ceased operations in 2001
EuroBelgian Airlines   * * Re-branded as Virgin Express
Red-Air S.A. * Ceased operations
SABENA   * 6 * 6 Ceased operations in 2001
Sobelair   * 3 4 2 Ceased operations in 2004
TNT Airways   5 9 current
Trans European Airways   * * Ceased operations in 1991
TUI fly Belgium   * * 4 17 4
4
current (previously named JetairFly)
Virgin Express   5 5 Ceased operations in 2006

BoliviaEdit

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AeroSur   * * * Past operator (ceased operations in 2012)
Boliviana de Aviación   8 1 4 3
Lloyd Aéreo Boliviano   2 Ceased operations in 2008

Bosnia and HerzegovinaEdit

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B&H Airlines   * * leased from Turkish Airlines, and return September 2010

BrazilEdit

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ATA Brasil   * Past operator, ceased operations in 2006
BRA Transportes Aéreos   8 3 Past operator, ceased operations in 2007
Flex Linhas Aéreas   1 Past operator, ceased operations in 2010
Gol Transportes Aéreos   24 23 99 7 737-300 retired October 2010
Nacional Transportes Aéreos * * Past operator, ceased operations in 2002
OceanAir 3 Past operator, Re-branded as Avianca Brazil in 2009
Puma Air   1 Grounded

Ceased operations in 2011

Rico Linhas Aéreas   3 1 Ceased operations on June 1, 2010
Rio Linhas Aéreas * Ceased operations in 2017
Serviços Aéreos Cruzeiro do Sul   * Past operator (merged with Varig in 1975)
Sideral Air Cargo   6 7 1
2
TAF Linhas Aéreas   * Past operator, ceased operations in 2009
Total Linhas Aéreas 2 Former operator
Transbrasil   13 5 Past operator, ceased operations in 2001
Varig   20 48 8 25 10 2 737-200 retired May 2004
737-300 retired May 2010
737-400 retired May 2007
(merged with Gol Transportes Aéreos in March 2007)
Varig Log 2 Ceased operations in 2012
VASP   41 26 3 Past operator (1st 737–200 in Brasil) (PP-SMA),

ceased operations in 2005

WebJet Linhas Aéreas   21 5 Merged with Gol Transportes Aéreos in July 2011

BruneiEdit

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Royal Brunei Airlines   * Past operator

BulgariaEdit

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Air Sofia * * Past operator (ceased operation, 5 March 2007)
Balkan Bulgarian Airlines   * * Ceased operation 2002
Bulgaria Air   2 * Operated under the charter brand Bulair
Cargoair   3 8
2
Hemus Air   * * Past operator:
737-400 retired November 2008
(merged with Bulgaria Air in November 2006)

CambodiaEdit

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PMTair   2 Past operator (Ceased operations in 2008)
Royal Khmer Airlines   5 Past operator (Ceased operations in 2008)

CanadaEdit

As of 6 February 2020, there were 249 Boeing 737 listed in the Transport Canada database.[2]

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Air Canada   44 24 Current operator. 2 still registered but with certificate cancelled. and 22 MAX8 registered
Air Canada Tango   9 Ceased operations in 2004
Air Inuit   2 Two -200 combi
Air North   * 1 4 The -200 was a gravel equipped and combi. One -400, four -500s.
Air Transat   2 8
Canada 3000   18 Past operator; ceased operation 2001
Canadian Airlines   43 * Past operator; ceased operation 2001
Canadian North   5 10 5 -200, all combi and ice/gravel runway capable. 10 -300, Some are combi some are passenger only.
Canadian Pacific Air Lines   19 * Past operator; ceased operation 1987
CanJet   * * * 6 Only the eight 800 now in service. Listed as I.M.P. GROUP LIMITED by TC.
Chrono Aviation   *
Eastern Provincial Airways   * Past operator; merged with CP Air in 1986
Enerjet   3 1 The 737-800 was operated from Transavia.com[3]
First Air   * 4 5 combi, ice/gravel runway and 5 passenger only

Listed as Bradley Air Services Limited by TC

Flair Airlines   4 3 3 passenger/cargo, 1 VIP, 3x 737-800
Nolinor Aviation   6 1 1 Three listed under Les Investissements Nolinor with TC
Nordair   20 Past operator; ceased operation 1987
Odyssey International 2 1 Past operator; ceased operation 1990
Pacific Sky Aviation * One registered
Pacific Western Airlines   36 2 Past operator; ceased operation 1987
Quebecair   * Past operator; ceased operation 1986
Royal Aviation * Past operator; ceased operation 2001

Two still listed with TC but their certificates are cancelled

Sunwing Airlines   13 4 25 registered
Swoop   9 From WestJet
Transair * Past operator

Ceased operations in 1979

VistaJet * Past operator; ceased operation 1997
WestJet   * 13 52 39
22
13
12
13-600, 69-700 and 23-800 registered.
Xstrata Canada   2 Two registered
Zip   20 Past operator; ceased operation 2004

Cape VerdeEdit

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TACV   1

Cayman IslandsEdit

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Cayman Airways   * 3 3 * 2

ChileEdit

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Air Comet Chile   * * Ceased operations, 18 December 2008
Avant Airlines   * Ceased operations in 2001
Ladeco   * * Ceased operations, 25 April 1996
LAN Airlines   33 Former operator
LAN Cargo   1 Former operator
LAN Express   7 Former operator

Merged back with LAN Chile in 2005

National Airlines (Chile) * Ceased operations in 1998
PAL Airlines   3 2
Sky Airline   * *

People's Republic of ChinaEdit

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9 Air   19 1 737-200 retired April 1995
737-600 retired July 2009
Air China   4 44 6 18 102 16 737-200 retired April 1995
737-600 retired July 2009
CDI Cargo Airlines 1
Chang An Airlines   * 4 737-700 leased from Hainan Airlines and return July 2008
China Eastern Airlines   * * 41 111 3 737-200 retired October 2005
China Postal Airlines   10 6
China Southern Airlines   10 34 12 26 163 24 737-200 retired November 1994
737-500 retired January 2007
China Southwest Airlines   * * * Merged with Air China in October 2008
China United Airlines   * 2 9
China Xinhua Airlines   6 3 7 Merged with Shanxi Airlines and Chang An Airlines to form Grand China Air in 2007
China Yunnan Airlines   * Merged with China Eastern Airlines in 2003
Dalian Airlines 3 Ceased operations in 2011
Deer Air   * * Re-branded as Beijing Capital Airlines in 2010
Donghai Airlines   7
Grand China Air 3
Hainan Airlines   10 7 143 11
Hebei Airlines 4 4
Kunming Airlines   10
Lucky Air   8 4
Okay Airways   1 * 8 * 737-500 retired November 2009
737-900 leased from Korean Air and return March 2006
Ruili Airlines   7 13
SF Airlines 2 2
Shandong Airlines   6 3 47
Shanghai Airlines   2 6 76 11 737-300 retired September 2005
Shenzhen Airlines   1 76 5 5
Sichuan Airlines * Past operator
737-300 retired October 2001
Urumqi Air   15
Xiamen Airlines   * * * 7 138 10
10
737-200 retired June 2003
737-300 retired November 2007
737-500 retired April 2010
West Air China * * Former operator
Yangtze River Express   8
Zhongyuan Airlines   5 Acquired by China Southern Airlines in 2000

ColombiaEdit

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AIRES   10 Re-branded as LAN Colombia in 2011
AeroSucre   2
Avianca   2 First 737 operator in Latin America
Past operator
737-100 retired 1971
Copa Airlines Colombia   1
GCA Air 2
LAN Colombia   9 Re-branded as LATAM Colombia in 2016
Lineas Aereas Suramericanas   1
Wingo   4 4

CongoEdit

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EC Air   2 4 Operated by PrivatAir

Ceased operations in 2020[citation needed]

Trans Air Congo   2 3

Democratic Republic of the CongoEdit

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Korongo Airlines   1

Costa RicaEdit

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Aero Costa Rica   2 Ceased operations in 1997
Air Costa Rica 1 Ceased operations in 2018
LACSA   8 Merged with TACA in 1998

CroatiaEdit

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Croatia Airlines   5 Past operator

CyprusEdit

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αjet   2 Ceased operations November 2006
Eurocypria   6 Ceased Operations November 2010
Helios Airways   1 1 3 Ceased operations November 2006

Czech RepublicEdit

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Czech Airlines   15 15 1
Czech Connect Airlines   1 1 Ceased operations in 2012
Fischer Air   3 In 2005 rebranded as Charter Air, bankrupted one month later.
Holidays Czech Airlines   4 Removed from service 2012
SmartWings   * 4 2 23 2 7
Travel Service Airlines   3 22 Rebranded as Smartwings in 2018.

DenmarkEdit

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Cimber Sterling   6 Ceased operations in 2012
Jet Time   3 * * 5 Ceased operations in 2020
Maersk Air   14 22 3 24 15 Past operator. Ceased operations in 2005
Primera Air   * 2 Past operator. Ceased operations in October 2018
Scandinavian Airlines   * * * Past operator, now with SAS in Norway
Sterling Airlines   * 4 15 7 Defunct, bought by Cimber.
Transavia Denmark   1 2 Past operator, Defunct

DjiboutiEdit

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Djibouti Air   1

EcuadorEdit

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Aerogal   9 2 Former operator
Icaro Air   4 Ceased operations 2011
Linea Aerea Cuencana 1 Ceased operations 2018
TAME 1 Former operator

El SalvadorEdit

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TACA Airlines   16 9 1 Former operator

EgyptEdit

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AMC Airlines   * 4
Alexandria Airlines   1 1
EgyptAir   4 20
Midwest Airlines (Egypt)   1

EritreaEdit

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Nasair   * ceased operations.

EstoniaEdit

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Estonian Air   * * Ceased operation in 2015

EthiopiaEdit

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Ethiopian Airlines   3 1 7 20 4

FijiEdit

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Fiji Airways   1 1 1 1 5

FinlandEdit

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Finnair Cargo   1 Former operator

FranceEdit

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Aeris   5 Ceased operations in 2003
Aigle Azur   * * *
Air Austral   1 2 2
Air Charter International   * * * Ceased operation in 1998
Air France   24 9 30 Replaced by Airbus A320 family
Air Horizons   * * * Ceased operations in 2005
Air Liberté   3 Ceased operations in 2003
Air Méditerranée   * * 3
Air Provence Charter   * *
Air Service Nantes *
Air Toulouse International   *
Axis Airways   1 2
City Bird France *
Continent Air Paris   *
Corsair International   2 3 3
Euralair   * * * * Ceased operations in 2003
Europe Aero Service * * Ceased operations in 1995
Europe Airpost   10 4 4
Inter Cargo Service *
Inter Ciel Service   *
L'Aéropostale   * * Re-branded as Europe Airpost
Star Europe *
TEA France * Subsidiary of Trans European Airlines
Touraine Air Transport * *
Trans Alsace *
Transavia France   38
Virgin Express France   1 *
XL Airways France   6 Ceased operations in October 2019

GeorgiaEdit

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Georgian Airways   * * * 3 Retired the 737–500 in 2016

GermanyEdit

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Air Berlin   * 21 37 Ceased operations 2017
Bavaria Fluggesellschaft * Ceased operations
Bremenfly   2 Past operator. Ceased operations in 2010
CargoLogic Germany 3
Cirrus Airlines   * Past operator. Ceased operations in 2012.
Condor   3 4 10 1 Past operator
dba   * Merged into Air Berlin, 30 November 2008
German Cargo   3 Re-branded as Lufthansa Cargo in 1993
German Sky Airlines   * ceased operations
Germania   * 5 Ceased Operations 5 February 2019
Hamburg International   * 1 past Operator, ceased operations in October 2010
Hapag-Lloyd   6 12 5 33 Launch customer of the 737-800

Rebranded as Tuifly in 2007

Lufthansa   22 47 46 7 33 Launch Customer of the 737

Former opertor

Lufthansa Cargo   3 1 Former operator
SunExpress Deutschland   15 Ceased operations in 2020
TUI fly Deutschland   * * 1 33
25
XL Airways Germany   5 Ceased operations in 2012

GreeceEdit

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Air Mediterranean   2 Two Boeing 737-400s; currently flying charter operations.[4]
Aegean Airlines   7 10 Former operator
Bluebird Airways 1
Cronus Airlines   * * merged with Aegean Airlines in 2001
Ellinair 3
GainJet Aviation 2 VIP configured
Hermes Airlines 1
Olympic Airlines   15 7 15 liquidated by the government in 2009.

GuamEdit

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Continental Micronesia   4 8 Merged with United Airlines in 2012

Ceased operations in 2017

GuatemalaEdit

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Aviateca   12 9 Merged with TACA in 1989.

HondurasEdit

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AeroHonduras 1 1 Wet leased from Falcon Air Express

Ceased operations 2005

Atlantic Airlines de Honduras   6 Ceased operations 2009
AVIATSA   2
SAHSA   13 2 Ceased operations in 1994
Rollins Air   *

Hong KongEdit

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CR Airways   * * Re-branded as Hong Kong Airlines in 2006
Dragonair   * Introduced in 1985
Hong Kong Airlines   2 8
Hong Kong Express Airways   5
Metrojet Ltd. BBJ

HungaryEdit

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CityLine Hungary   1
Malév Hungarian Airlines   6 7 6 2 6 7 5 Past operator, ceased operations beginning 2012
Farnair Hungary   6
Travel Service Hungary   1
SkyEurope Hungary   * * Past operator (merged with SkyEurope)

IcelandEdit

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Air Atlanta Icelandic   * * Former operator
Bluebird Cargo   3 5
Iceland Express   * * * Ceased operations in 2012, Acquired by WOW Air
Islandsflug   * * Merged into Air Atlanta Icelandic in 2005
Icelandair   3 5 4 1

IndiaEdit

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Air India 5 Former operator
Air India Cargo 6 Ceased operations in 2012
Air India Express   25 [5]
Sahara India Airlines * * * * Renamed Air Sahara in 2000 and JetLite in 2006
Alliance Air * 737s converted to freighters and transferred to Air India Cargo.
Blue Dart Aviation   3
Damania Airways 2 Leased from TAP Portugal

Ceased operations in 1997

East-West Airlines * Ceased operations in 1996
Indian Airlines   36 Past operator, 737s transferred to Alliance Air
Jet Airways   4 16 5 2 72 6 8 Ceased operations in 2019
JetLite   9 8 2 Merged with Jet Airways in 2012.
ModiLuft   4 2 Defunct
SpiceJet   7 54 6 6

IndonesiaEdit

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Airfast Indonesia   1 VIP Configuration
Batavia Air   * 15 10 1 Ceased operation on 31 January 2013
Batik Air 6
Cardig Air   3
Citilink   5 1 Former operator
Express Air   6 3 3
Garuda Indonesia   29 27 5 73 1 All 737-300 and 737-500 are replaced by 737-800
Indonesia AirAsia   * Past operator of the -300 series
Jayawijaya Dirgantara 2 Converted to cargo aircraft
Kal Star Aviation 1 1
Kartika Airlines   2 1 4
Lion Air   2 2 10 41 66 10
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50
[6]
Mandala Airlines   * 2 Former operator of the -200 and -400 series
Merpati Nusantara Airlines   1 5 4 1 Former operator.
NAM Air   1 9 4 737-500 and 1 737-300 are wet-leased from Sriwijaya Air

Using Sriwijaya Air colours but with small title "Operated by NAM Air".

Republic Express Airlines   3 737-200 Combi
Sky Aviation 1
Sriwijaya Air   15 8 4 8 14 2 1 B737-300 and 4 B737-500W was leased by their sister company NAM AIR
Travira Air 1
Trigana Air Service 3 2
Tri-MG Intra Asia Airlines   2 1
Indonesian Government 1 Indonesian Presidential Aircraft

IranEdit

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Iran Air   6 Former operator
Iran Aseman Airlines 4 * Former operator
Islamic Republic of Iran   * Former operator
Taban Air *
Kish Air * Former operator
Safiran * * Former operator
Sepehran Airlines   1 3

IraqEdit

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Al-Naser Airlines 1 1 1
Fly Baghdad
Iraqi Airways   10 2 3 2 9

IrelandEdit

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Aer Leisure   * Ceased operations in 2000
Aer Lingus   17 2 9 10 Former operator
ASL Airlines Ireland   8
2
Futura Gael   1 2 Ceased operation in 2008
Norwegian Air International   30 2
Ryanair   21 7 1 1 438
135
Largest 737-800 operator in the world[7]
Skynet Airlines   2 Ceased operations in 2004
Virgin Express Ireland   6 3 Ceased operations in 2001

IsraelEdit

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Arkia Israel Airlines   2 Past operator
El Al   4 2 9 8[8]
Israir   2 2 Past operator [9]
Sun d'Or International Airlines   2
UP 4 Transferring from El Al fleet in March 2014[10]

ItalyEdit

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Air Italy (2005-2018)   2 3 7 Merged with Meridiana in 2013 and founded the new Air Italy in 2018
Air Italy (2018-2020)   1 4 3 Ceased operations in 2020
Air One   * * * * Merged into Alitalia in 2009
Alitalia   2 Leased from Aer Lingus
Blue Panorama Airlines   1 3 1 9
Meridiana   2 1 5 16 Merged with Air Italy and founded the new Air Italy in 2018.
Mistral Air   4 3 renamed Poste Air Cargo
Neos   6
3
Poste Air Cargo   3

JapanEdit

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Air Do   7 1
All Nippon Airways   * * 19 22
ANA Wings   15
Hokkaido International Airlines   * Re-branded as Air Do
JAL Express   42 Merged with Japan Airlines in 2014
Japan Airlines   * 50
Japan Transocean Air   * * 13
Skymark Airlines   27
Solaseed Air   12
Spring Airlines Japan   6

JordanEdit

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Jordan Aviation   4 1
Royal Falcon   *

KazakhstanEdit

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Air Astana   * * Former operator
Air Kazakhstan   * Ceased operations in 2004
DETA Air * Single 737-500 written off in 2012
Orient Eagle Airways * Single 737 written off in 1998
SCAT   * 3 3
Starline.kz   * Ceased operations in 2009
Tahmid Air   * Ceased operations in 2009

KenyaEdit

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Kenya Airways   * 5 4 5
Delta Connection   1

KyrgyzstanEdit

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Air Bishkek *
Air Kyrgyzstan   * * 1
Avia Traffic Company   5 1
Esen Air   * Ceased operations in 2008
Itek Air   * Ceased operations in 2010

LaosEdit

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Lao Airlines   * Replaced with an Airbus A320-214 in 2003.
Lao Central Airlines   2 Ceased operations in 2014.

LatviaEdit

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Air Baltic   6 2
Primera Air Nordic   2 5 Ceased operations in 2018

LebanonEdit

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Wings of Lebanon   * *

LibyaEdit

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Afriqiyah Airways   * Former operator
Air Libya * * Former operator

Single 737 destroyed 2011

Buraq Air   1 2
Nayzak Air Transport 2

LithuaniaEdit

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Aurela   2 Ceased operations in January 2011
FlyLAL Charters * Re-branded as Small Planet Airlines in 2010
FlyLAL   2 * * Ceased operations in 2009
Small Planet Airlines   5 Bankrupt since 15 January 2019
Star1 Airlines   1 Ceased operations in 2010

LuxembourgEdit

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Luxair   * * * 4 4

MacedoniaEdit

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MAT Airways   1 Ceased operations 2011
MAT   * * * 1 Ceased operations 2009

MadagascarEdit

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Air Madagascar   * * 2

MalaysiaEdit

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AirAsia   * Operated by Indonesia Air Asia
FireFly   * *
Malaysia Airlines   23 2 46 5 48
15
10
All B737-400 retired since 15 June 2014.
Malindo Air   14 6
Royal Malaysian Air Force   1
Neptune Air 1
Raya Airways 3

MauritaniaEdit

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Air Afrique   * * past operator, ceased operations in 2002
Air Mauritanie   * * past operator, ceased operations in 2007
Mauritania Airways 2 past operator, ceased operations in 2007
Mauritania Airlines International 2 1

MexicoEdit

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Aero Fiesta Mexicana   1 Ceased operations in 1994
Aeroméxico   5 31 6
10
Aviacsa   3 * Ceased operations in 2011
Avolar   5 3 Ceased operations in 2008
Estafeta   2 3
Global Air   2 1 1 737-200 chartered by Cubana crashed on take-off

at Havana on May 18, 2018.[11]

Líneas Aéreas Azteca   6 3 Ceased operations in 2007
Magnicharters   * 10
Nova Air   2 Ceased operations in 2008
Regional Cargo   2
Republicair   3 3 3
TAESA   5 18 2 5 Ceased operations in 2000
VivaAerobus   19 Replaced by A320-200 and A320neo in 2016

MongoliaEdit

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MIAT Mongolian Airlines   1 3
Eznis Airways 1

MoroccoEdit

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8

Notes
Air Atlas Express 1 past operator, ceased operations in 2004
Atlas Blue   6 1 1 past operator, merged in Royal Air Maroc
Jet4you   * 3 Merged in Jetairfly
Med Airlines Cargo 1
Mondair 2 past operator, ceased operations
Royal Air Maroc   * * * 6 30 2
Royal Air Maroc Cargo   1

MozambiqueEdit

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LAM Mozambique Airlines   8 4 2 2 1 737–800 on order

NamibiaEdit

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Air Namibia   * * *

NauruEdit

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Air Nauru   * * Re-branded as Our Airline in 2006
Re-branded as Nauru Airlines in 2014
Nauru Airlines   5

NetherlandsEdit

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Air Holland   3 Ceased operations in 2004
Corendon Dutch Airlines   4
KLM   3 19 19 16 31 5 737-700s to be retired by 2022
Transavia.com   21 16 1 7 35 737-700s to be retired by 2020
TUI fly Netherlands   5 * 3

New ZealandEdit

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Air New Zealand   30 18 737-200's retired in 2001. 737-300's retired in 2015
Airwork   1 6 3
Ansett New Zealand   5 Ceased operations, 2001
Freedom Air   * 5 Ceased operations, 30 March 2008
Jetconnect   * * 8 Aircraft transferred to Qantas fleet in 2018
Kiwi Travel International Airlines   2 Ceased operations, September 1996
National Airways Corporation   8 Merged into Air New Zealand, 1 April 1978.
Pacific Blue   10 Renamed Virgin Australia NZ
Parcelair   4
Virgin Australia (NZ)   10 Merged into Virgin Australia

NicaraguaEdit

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Nicaraguense de Aviacion 2 Merged with TACA in 2004

NigerEdit

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Escadrille Nationale du Niger 1 1
Niger Airlines 1

NigeriaEdit

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Air Nigeria   8 1 Ceased operations in 2012
Aero Contractors   6 1 2
Air Peace   8 5 1
Arik Air   9 4
Axiom Air 1
Bellview Airlines   5 4 Ceased operations in 2010
Nigerian Eagle Airlines * Rebranded as Air Nigeria
Virgin Nigeria Airways   2 Rebranded as Nigerian Eagle Airlines

NorwayEdit

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Braathens   * * * * Merged into SAS Braathens in 2004
Busy Bee   * Ceased operations in 1992
Color Air   * Ceased operations 27 September 1999
Mey-Air   2 Ceased operations in 1973
Norway Airlines   2 Ceased operations in 1992
Norwegian Air Shuttle   5 1 106 23 orders
SAS Braathens   4 13 13 17 9 Merged into Scandinavian Airlines in 2007
Scandinavian Airlines   * * 9 22 27

OmanEdit

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Gulf Air   11 1 2 Former operator
Oman Air   1 17 4

PakistanEdit

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Aero Asia International   5 Ceased operations May 2007
Air Indus 3
Bhoja Air 2 Ceased operations 2012
Pakistan International Airlines   7 * 8 737-400/800 were temp. leased from others
Serene Air 3 AP-BNA, AP-BNC, AP-BND
Shaheen Air   12 9 Ceased operations 2018
TCS Courier 1 Past operator

PanamaEdit

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Air Panama   2
Copa Airlines   2 22 13 64
40
6
15
10 from 800 passed down, and bought from continental in merging with Star Alliance, and United Airlines
DHL Aero Expreso 2

Papua New GuineaEdit

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Air Niugini   1 2

ParaguayEdit

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AeroSur Paraguay   1 Leased from Aerosur
LAPSA 2 Re-branded as TAM Paraguay in 1996
Regional Paraguaya Líneas Aéreas 2 Ceased operations in 2010
Delcar Charters 1

PeruEdit

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Aero Condor Peru   * Former operator
Aero Continente   * * * Re-branded as Nuevo Continente in 2004
Aeroperu 4 Ceased operations in 1999
Faucett Peru   1 6 Ceased operations in 1997
LAN Peru   4 Former operator
Nuevo Continente * * Ceased operations 2005
Peruvian Airlines   3 3 1 2 Ceased operations in 2019
Star Perú   8 Former operator
TACA Peru   * Former operator

Re-branded as Avianca Peru

PhilippinesEdit

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Air Philippines   * * Former Operator
Pacific Pearl Airways 2
Philippine Airlines   15 4 737-300/400 retired.
Spirit of Manila 1

PolandEdit

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Air Poland   2 Ceased operations in 2012
Buzz   45
3
Enter Air   * 23 2
LOT Charters   *
LOT Polish Airlines   4 10 12 1 7 5
Small Planet Airlines Poland   1 SP-HAA

PortugalEdit

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TAP Portugal   12 13

RéunionEdit

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Air Austral   * * 2

RomaniaEdit

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Air Bucharest   1 1 737-300 leased from Ion Ţiriac Air
Blue Air   2 8 6 1 12
Carpatair 2
TAROM   4 2 4 4
5

RussiaEdit

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Aeroflot   * 10 47
ATRAN   4 1
Gazpromavia   3 RA-73000, RA-73004; VP-BNZ - Boeing 737-700 BBJ
Globus   4 21 2 Ceased operations in 2019
Kuban Airlines 5 2 Ceased operations in 2012
Moskovia Airlines   1 2 3 Ceased operations in 2014
Nordavia   1 3 3 6
Orenair   2 4 15 Merged with Rossiya in 2016
Rossiya   5
SAT Airlines   2 3
SkyExpress   3 7 Ceased operations in 2011
Taimyr Air Company   1 9
Tatarstan Airlines   2 1 2 Ceased operations in 2013
Transaero   6 4 5 14 9 19 Ceased Operations in 2015
UTair   6 30 9
30
30
Yamal Airlines   3 1
Yakutia Airlines   2 4
10

RwandaEdit

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RwandAir   2 2 4

[12]

SamoaEdit

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Polynesian Airlines   1 3 2 past operator
Polynesian Blue   1 Re-branded as Virgin Samoa 2011
Virgin Samoa   2 Operated by Virgin Australia (NZ)

Ceased operations in 2017

Saudi ArabiaEdit

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Mid East Jet   * 2 1
Royal Saudi Air Force   1 1
Sama Airlines * Ceased operations 2010
Saudi Arabian Airlines   1 26 Former operator

737-100 operated for Saudi Arabian Royal Flight

SerbiaEdit

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Aviogenex   13 * 737-200 Adv, 737-900 ER(Leased from Sky Airlines, TC-SKN & TC-SKP). Ceased operations in 2015.
Jat airways   9 * 737-300 (European launch customer). Re-branded as Air Serbia in 2013.
Aviolet   4 Charter brand of Air Serbia. Adopted Jat Airways 737s

SingaporeEdit

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Malaysia-Singapore Airlines   5 2 Split into Malaysia Airlines and Singapore Airlines in 1972
SilkAir   6 17 6 Fleet to be transferred to Singapore Airlines [13]
Singapore Airlines   5
*
37
Fleet to be received from SilkAir [13]

SlovakiaEdit

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Air Slovakia   2 3 Ceased operations 2010
AirExplore   3 4 5 One 737-300 returned to the lessor
Central Charter Airlines Slovakia   * Ceased operations in 2011
Danube Wings 1 1 Former operator
Samair   1
Seagle Air   4 Ceased operations 2010
SkyEurope   7 7 16 Ceased operations 2009
Slovak Airlines   2 Ceased operations 2007
Slovakian Airlines 1 Ceased operations 2011
Travel Service (Slovakia) 2

SomaliaEdit

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Jubba Airways 2 1 1

South AfricaEdit

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Comair   * 2 5 14 1 737-200 Retired,

2 737-800 are on order

FlySafair   5 1
Imperial Air Cargo 3 1
Interair South Africa   * Ceased operations in 2015
Interlink Airlines   * Ceased operations in 2010
Kulula.com   * 1 10 737-200 Retired
Mango   1 14
Safair   3 1
Skywise Airlines 1 1
South African Airways   29 21 Former operator
South African Cargo   2 2 737-200 Retired
South African Express * * 737-200 and 737-300 Retired

South KoreaEdit

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Asiana Airlines   26 2 Former operator
Air Busan   4 3 Former operator
Air Incheon   1
Eastar Jet   1 6 19 2 2
Jeju Air   46
40
Jin Air   24
Korean Air   1 7 22
30
737-700 is a business jet configuration
T'way Airlines   28
8
10

SpainEdit

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Air Europa   18 11 3 20
22
AlbaStar   3
Calima Aviacion   1 1
Flyant   * * Ceased operations in 2008
Futura International Airways   2 11 12 2 Ceased operations in 2008
Spantax   * Ceased operations in 1988
Swiftair   1 6
Viva Air   10 Ceased operations in 1998

Sri LankaEdit

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Mihin Lanka 1 Ceased operations in 2016

SurinameEdit

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Surinam Airways   * 1 2

SudanEdit

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Sudan Airways   6 * 1 * Former operator
Nova Airways   10

SwedenEdit

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Air Sweden   3 3 Ceased operations in 1993
Braathens Sverige * * Rebranded to Malmö Aviation
Britannia Nordic * * Rebranded to TUIfly Nordic
Falcon Air   3 Ceased operations in 2006
FlyMe   5 1 Ceased operations in 2007
Linjeflyg   * Merged with SAS in 1993.
Nordic East   * * * Ceased operations in 1998
Norwegian Air Sweden   37 13 Ceased operations in 1993
Novair   * Past operator
Scandinavian Airlines   * * * * To be moved to Oslo
Tor Air   2 1 Ceased operations in 2011
Transwede   * * * Bought by Braathens, rebranded into Braathens Sverige
TUIfly Nordic   4
Viking Airlines   3 6 Ceased operations in 2010
West Air Sweden
4

SwitzerlandEdit

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PrivatAir   2 2 1 737-300 were operated for EC Air, 737-800 was operated for Lufthansa.

Ceased operations on 5 December 2018[14]

TaiwanEdit

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China Airlines   7 6 19
Far Eastern Air Transport   * * Past operator
Mandarin Airlines   6 Past operator (some flights were operated by China Airlines' 737-800)

TajikistanEdit

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East Air   2 2 2
Somon Air   2 2 2 One of them was the 100th delivery of Boeing's Next-Generation 737-900ER[15]
Tajik Air   1 1 2

TanzaniaEdit

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Air Tanzania   7 2 1 Former operator
Precision Air 3

ThailandEdit

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Angel Air * * Ceased operations in 2003
City Airways   * * Ceased operations in 2016
K-Mile Air 3 All -400s are in cargo variants
New Gen Airways   3 8 Ceased operations in 2019
Nok Air   * 15
7
Orient Thai Airlines   4 2 Ceased operations in 2018
Royal Thai Air Force   * * *
Siam Air   2 2 Ceased operations in 2017
Thai Airways International   * * Past operator
Thai AirAsia   * Past operator
Thai Lion Air   10 19 3

Trinidad and TobagoEdit

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Caribbean Airlines   12
12
BWIA West Indies Airways   8 7 Re-branded as Caribbean Airlines In 2006
Air Caribbean   3 Ceased operations in 2000

TunisiaEdit

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Tunisair   * 7
Karthago Airlines   6 Past operator (Ceased operations in 2011)

TurkeyEdit

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Anadolujet   10 8
Corendon Airlines   1 2 6
Cyprus Turkish Airlines   4 Airline ceased operations June 2010
MNG Airlines   1
Pegasus Airlines   1 3 41
Sky Airlines   4 3 2 Ceased operations in June 2013
SunExpress   65
42
Turkish Airlines   3 1 1 102 15 11 1
Tailwind Airlines   5

TurkmenistanEdit

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Turkmenistan Airlines   3 5 5

UkraineEdit

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Air Onix   1 1 2 Ceased operations in 2013
Aerosvit   3 5 9 9 2 2 Ceased operations in January 2013
Dniproavia   1 1 1
Ukraine International Airlines   2 4 7 8 8 4
UTair-Ukraine   1 1 3
Yanair   2 3 1

United Arab EmiratesEdit

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AVE.com   3 3
Eastern SkyJets   1 1 Ceased operations in 2016
Emirates 1 Past operator, aircraft leased from PIA.[16]
flydubai   40 11 3
50
Global Jet   2 1
RAK Airways   * * Ceased operations in 2014

United KingdomEdit

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AB Airlines   * Ceased operation 1999
Air Europe   * * * Ceased operations 1991
Air UK Leisure   * * Merged into Air2000 in 1998
Airways International Cymru   * * Ceased operations in January 1988
Ambassador Airways   2 Ceased operation in 1994
Astraeus Airlines   1 2 Ceased operations in November 2011
Bmibaby   12 2 Ceased operation in 2012
Britannia Airways   9 4 4 Re-branded as Thomsonfly 2005
British Airtours   * Re-branded as Caledonian Airways in 1988
British Airways   50 20 39 13 Ceased 737-400 operations on 30 Sep 2015.[17]
British Midland Airways   * * * Merged with British Airways in 2012
British World Airlines   * Ceased operation in 2001
Caledonian Airways   * Ceased operations in the 1980s
Dan-Air   * * * Merged into British Airways in 1992
Debonair 3 Ceased operation in 1999
EasyJet   * * * Former operator
Excalibur Airways 1 Ceased operation in 1996
Excel Airways   * * Re-branded as XL Airways UK
Flyglobespan   * 2 3 Ceased Operations in December 2009
GB Airways   * Merged into easyJet 2008
Go Fly   27 Merged into easyJet 2002
Jet2.com   8 74 Replacing -300 fleet with -800 variant
Inter European Airways   * * * Merged with Airtours International
Maersk Air UK   6 Ceased operation in 2003
Monarch Airlines   6 12 1 Past operator, leased.
Novair International Airways   * Ceased operations 1990
Orion Airways   * * Ceased operations in 1989
Paramount Airways * Ceased operation in 1989
Ryanair UK   1
Sabre Airways * * Re-branded as Excel Airways
TEA UK   * * Ceased operation in 1991
Thomsonfly   10 * 13 Merged into Thomson Airways 2008
TUI Airways   30 6
14
Titan Airways   4
TNT European   *
West Atlantic UK   6 13 4 One 737-800 operating for FedEx Express
XL Airways UK   * 15 2 Ceased operations in 2008

United States of AmericaEdit

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AirCal   2 25 8 Merged with American Airlines in 1987
Air Florida   6 38 Ceased operations in 1984
Air South (South Carolina)   7 Ceased operations in 1997
AirTran Airways   11 58 Acquired by Southwest Airlines in 2014
Alaska Airlines   9 24 14 61 91
32
737-200/ retired, last 737-400 Combi retired 2017,[18]

Three cargo 737–700 in use

Aloha Air Cargo   2 3 All in cargo configuration
Aloha Airlines   13 * 8 1 Ceased operations, 31 March 2008
America West Airlines   8 64 27 Bought by US Airways in 2005
American Airlines   2 21 8 14 304 24 737-100/200/300 retired
American Trans Air   * 12 Ceased operations in 2008
Ameristar Jet Charter   2
Atlas Air 1 5 2 737-300/800 leased from Titan Aviation

737-400 opertared by Southern Air

Braniff (1983-1990)   23 Ceased operations in 1990
Carnival Air Lines   7 1 11 Merged with Pan American Airways (1996) in 1998
Conquest Sun Airlines   * Re-branded as AirTran Airways in 1997
Continental Airlines   17 30 65 67 36 130 45 Merged with United Airlines in 2011.
Delta Air Lines   75 31 10 77 130
Eastern Air Lines (2015)   1 5 Ceased operations in September 2017
Eastwind Airlines   3 2 Ceased operations in 1999
Falcon Air Express   2 Ceased operations in 2015
Frontier Airlines (1950–1986)   56 * Merged with Continental in 1986
Frontier Airlines (Present Day)   12 19
Hooters Air   2 4 Ceased operations in 2006
iAero Airways 8 22 7
Janet Airlines   6 6
MarkAir   6 4 7 Ceased operations in 1995
MetroJet   35 Ceased operations in 2001
Miami Air International   2 16 737-400 part of VIP division

Ceased operations in 2020

Midway Airlines (1976-1991)   16 Ceased operations in 1991
Midway Airlines (1993-2003)   * Ceased operations in 2003
Morris Air   21 Merged with Southwest Airlines in 1994
Nations Air   4 Ceased operations in 1999
New York Air   8 Merged with Continental Airlines in 1987
NorCal Sky Charters 1
North American Airlines   2 Former operator
Northern Air Cargo   5 2 3
Pace Airlines   11 10 * Ceased operations in 2009
Pacific Southwest Airlines   14 Merged with USAir in 1988
Pan American World Airways   16 Ceased operations in December 4, 1991
Pan American Airways (1996-1998)   4 Merged with Carnival Airlines in 1998
People Express Airlines   17 5 Merged with Continental Airlines in 1987
Piedmont Airlines   63 47 19 Merged with USAir in 1989.
Premier Executive Transport Services   1 Ceased operations
Presidential Airways (scheduled) * Ceased operations in 1989
Pro Air 3 3 Ceased operations September 2000.
Ryan International Airlines   6 * 11 1 9 All 737s retired
Sky King, Inc.   * * 3
Sierra Pacific Airlines   2 9 3 2
SkyValue 1 1 Ceased operations May 2007.
Spirit of American Airlines *
Southern Air 8 7 737-400 Operated by DHL Aviation

737-800 Operated by Amazon Air

Southwest Airlines   62 195 25 493 207
30
34 737-500 Retired (9/5/16) 737-300 retired (9/29/2017).[19]

Largest 737 operator in the world

Sun Country Airlines   1 33
Sun Land Airlines   1 Ceased operations in 1981
Swift Air   9 22 5 Re-branded as iAero Airways in 2019
Tahoe Air   1 Ceased operations in 1999
United Airlines   100 101 94 49 141 148 14
100
737NG acquired in merger with Continental
US Airways   64 111 54 Last 737 flight August 19, 2014

Merged with American Airlines in 2015

Vision Airlines   1 4 1
Western Airlines   54 13 Merged with Delta in 1986
Wien Air Alaska   * Ceased operations
Xtra Airways   1 1 12 1

UruguayEdit

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Alas Uruguay   3 Ceased operations in 2016

VanuatuEdit

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Air Vanuatu   * * 1

VenezuelaEdit

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Aeropostal 1 Former operator

Leased from AeroHonduras

Albatros Airlines   1
Aserca Airlines 3 Former operator
Avior Airlines   5 5
Avensa   3 1 Ceased operations in 2002
Conviasa   1 4
Estelar Latinoamerica   1 4
Rutaca   1 1
Servivensa   2 Ceased operations in 2003
Sol America 2 Ceased operations in 2010
Turpial Airlines 3
Venezolana   5
Vensecar Internacional 2 Operated by DHL Aviation

Former operator

VietnamEdit

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Indochina Airlines   2 Ceased operations in 2009
Jetstar Pacific   5
Pacific Airlines   2 2 6 Re-branded as Jetstar Pacific in 2008

YemenEdit

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Yemenia   * *

ZimbabweEdit

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Air Zimbabwe   2 *

Military operatorsEdit

Many countries operate the 737 passenger, BBJ and cargo variants in government or military applications. Users with 737s include:

Country Units Operator
South Korea
5
Republic of Korea Air Force uses four 737 AEW&C Peaceeye, one 737-300 jet[20]
Turkey
4
Turkish Air Force uses four Boeing 737-700IGW jets[20]
Australia
8
Royal Australian Air Force uses two 737-700 BBJ VIP transports as well as six 737 AEW&C Wedgetails.[20]
Chile
2
Chilean Air Force has 1 737–300, and 1 737–500.[20]
Colombia
2
Colombian Air Force has 1 737- 700
India
18
Indian Air Force operates three 737–200, and three 737-700 BBJ aircraft and Indian navy operating 8 P-8I with 4 more on order
Indonesia
6
Indonesian Air Force operates three 737-2X9 Surveiller MPA, 2 Boeing 737-400 and 1 737-200Adv aircraft.[20][21]
Kazakhstan
1
Armed Forces of the Republic of Kazakhstan operates a single 737-700 BBJ
Kyrgyzstan
2
Military of Kyrgyzstan operates two leased from Kyrgyzstan Air Company 737–400 to VIP transport
Mexico
2
Mexican Air Force has one 737-200Adv, and one 737-300F.[20]
Peru
4
Peruvian Air Force has three 737–200, one 737-500 aircraft.[20]
Poland
1
Polish Air Force has one 737–800.[22]
Saudi Arabia
3
Royal Saudi Air Force has two 737-700 BBJ, and one 737-800 aircraft.[20]
South Africa
1
South African Air Force have 1 737-700WL BBJ.[23]
Thailand
4
Royal Thai Air Force for Thai Royal Family (one 737–200, two 737-400 and one 737-800WL)[24][25]
United States
19
United States Air Force uses 10 Boeing C-40 Clipper (four C-40B and six C-40C) transports, and United States Navy uses nine C-40As.[20]
Venezuela
1
Venezuelan Air Force operates 1 737- 200

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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