McDonnell Douglas DC-7


The DC-7 is a 4-engine piston airliner designed and produced by Douglas (later McDonnell Douglas, and eventually Boeing). It was one of the most popular aircraft before the introduction of modern day jetliners. Today the aircraft is relagated to either museums or aircraft bone yards.

First Flight

Max. Range

Length

Wingspan

Height

Engine Options

Seating Capacity

May 18, 1953

4,897nm
5,635mi

108'-11"

117'-6"

28'-7"

(4) Wright R3350

74-110