Boeing 737 Sky Interior Mock Up at Boeing Customer Experience - 2010
The 787 Dreamliner-based Sky Interior for the Boeing 737 NextGens features new, sculpted sidewalls and window reveals, larger stow bins, more headroom around aisle seats, new switches and call buttons and LED lighting. Continental-United was the first U.S. airline to take delivery of this in December, 2010. As of 2010, Flydubai was the first of 45 airlines and leasing companies that have ordered 1,180 airplanes with the refreshed interior. That represents about half of Boeing's 737 backlog.
Malaysia Airlines, Jetairfly, and Norwegian Air Shuttle are additional carriers to take delivery of a 737 with the Boeing Sky Interior. The interior is cost prohibitive to retrofit onto already delivered aircraft.
We are very grateful to Adam Morgan, Kent D. Craver, Mike Lombardi, Scott S. Lefeber, and Van-Rex Gallard for this very unique experience.