The Boeing 737-800 Is The Most Active Aircraft in the World

The Boeing 737-800 Is The Most Active Aircraft in the World
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Did you know that the Boeing 737-800 is the most active aircraft in the world? Find out which other types are in the top 10 list for this!

Using data from RadarBox.com, we will be able to show the most active aircraft types, as well as their average flight time in the air.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Boeing 737-800 = Most Active Aircraft in the World…


The Boeing 737-800 Is The Most Active Aircraft in the World
Data provided by RadarBox.com.

In the #10 spot comes the Boeing 737-700 with 3,706 flights per month, and an average flight time of one hour and 55 minutes.

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For #9, the Airbus A321neo operates around 3,912 flights per month, with an average flight time of two hours and 48 minutes.

Coming in #8 is the Boeing 737 MAX offering 3,945 flights per month, with an average flight time of two hours and 39 minutes.

The Airbus A319 then steals the #7 spot with 4,416 flights per month, but an average flight time of one hour and 55 minutes.

Moving to general aviation comes the Piper PA-28 in the #6 spot with anywhere between 4,500-5,500 flights per month, but offers a shorter average of one hour and three minutes flight time.

The Airbus A321ceo comes in the #5 spot with 6,141 flights per month and an average flight time of two hours and 27 minutes.

#4 then goes to the Airbus A320neo, offering 7,302 flights per month and an average flight time of two hours and 19 minutes.

Moving into the top three, we come back to general aviation with the Cessna 172 in #3 spot, offering a massive 11,436 flights per month, with an average of one hour and four minutes.

The runner up goes to the Airbus A320ceo, with 16,452 flights per month, and two hours and four minutes flight time.

Finally, the Boeing 737-800 comes in first with 19,428 flights per month, with an average of two hours and 15 minutes flight time.

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