McDonnell Douglas

McDonnell Douglas was an airplane manufacturer that merged with Boeing on August 1st, 1997. A result of a merger itself from the entities of McDonnell and Douglas years earlier, the unique plane designs of Douglas including the DC-9 and DC-10 were revamped and improved leading to the MD-80 series and the MD-11. All under the Boeing brand today, these models have unique designs when compared to other aircraft of the time and today and although production of these aircraft have ceased many still fly today.

 

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DC-9

2 Engine, Widebody, Long-Haul Airliner

DC-9-10 90
2,036 kM February 25 1965
Comming Soon!
DC-9-20 90 2,977 kM September 18 1968
DC-9-30 115 2,631 kM August 1 1966
DC-9-40 125 2,712 kM November 28 1967
DC-9-50 135 2,631 kM 1974
DC-10 (MD-10)
Original 2 Engine, Turbo-Prop, Regional Airliner
DC-10-10 255 - 399 6,112 kM August 29, 1970
Comming Soon!   
DC-10-20 7,010 kM -
DC-10-30

10,010 kM

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DC-10-40 9,265 kM -
MD-11
Original 2 Engine, Turbo-Prop, Regional Airliner
MD-11 285 - 410 12,270 kM January 10, 1990 Comming Soon!
MD-11 Combi 214 - 290 + 6 Pallets 12,780 kM
MD-11 ER
285 - 410 13,230 kM
MD-11CF 285 - 410 12,000 kM
MD-11F Freighter 11,850 kM
MD-80
Original 2 Engine, Turbo-Prop, Regional Airliner
MD-81 155 - 172
2,897 kM October 18 1979
Comming Soon!
MD-82 152 - 172 3,798 kM N/A
MD-83 155 - 172 4,635 kM N/A
MD-87 130  139 4,395 kM N/A
MD-88 152 - 172 3,798 kM N/A
MD-90
Original 2 Engine, Turbo-Prop, Regional Airliner
MD-90-30 153 - 172
3,860 kM February 22 1993 Comming Soon!
MD-90-50 153 - 172 5,160 kM N/A