Boeing B737 Pilot Jobs for B737 and B737NG Captains and First Officers – (Type Rated & Non-Type Rated)

Many airlines are recruiting qualified pilots for Boeing B737 and B737NG  Pilot Jobs. B737 Captains and B737 First Officers are eagerly sought after for international pilot jobs.

If you are an airline pilot interested in finding out more about these fantastic aviation job opportunities view our B737 and B 737NG vacancies in our flight crew and pilot jobs section.

There are airlines and charter companies advertising  B737 and B737NG Pilot Jobs – Captain and First Officer Flight Crew roles that are available around the world.

With exciting B737 and B737NG Jobs across the world for both type-rated and non-type rated pilots, along with vacancies with expanding airlines in Asia, opportunities for B737 pilots in the near future look bright. Check our current job listings to find out more about these overseas opportunities and information on working from these locations.

The Boeing 737 – a few facts.

The Boeing 737-900ER

The 737-900ER (Extended Range) is a short-to-medium range twinjet that increases the capability of the Next-Generation 737 family. It was launched on July 18, 2005 with an order for 30 airplanes from Indonesia’s Lion Air. While the exterior dimensions of the new 737-900ER are identical to the 737-900, aerodynamic and structural changes allow the 737-900ER to carry more passengers and fly farther. Lion Air received the first 737-900ER on the 27th April 2007.

The major changes include:

  • An extra optional pair of exit doors, aft of the wings
  • A two-position tail skid
  • A flat rear pressure bulkhead
  • Wing strengthening changes
  • Enhancements to the leading and trailing edge flap systems
  • Up to two optional auxiliary fuel tanks
  • Optional Blended Winglets

The benefits are:

  • Exit row certified for up to 220 passengers in a single-class configuration
  • Flies up to 3,265 nmi (6,045 km) with two auxiliary fuel tanks
  • Weighs 9,840 pounds (4,470 kg) less than its competitor
  • Has lowest cash operating costs per seat-mile; about 7 percent lower trip cost, and 5 percent lower per seat-mile cost
Prompted by the development of the Airbus A320, which incorporated ground-breaking technologies such as fly-by-wire and side-stick controls, in 1991 Boeing initiated development of an updated series of aircraft. After working with potential customers, the 737NG Next Generation program was announced on November 17, 1993. The 737NG encompasses the 737-600, 737-700, 737-800 and 737-900 variants, and is to date the most significant upgrade of the airframe.
The performance of the 737NG is essentially that of a new aircraft, but important commonality is retained from previous 737 generations. The wing was modified, increasing its area by 25% and span by 16 ft (4.88 m), which increased the total fuel capacity by 30%. New quieter and more fuel-efficient CFM56-7B engines were used. These improvements combine to increase the 737 range by 900 nautical miles, permitting transcontinental service. A flight test program was operated by 10 aircraft; 3 737-600 , 4 737-700  and 737 -800 aircraft.


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