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 McDonnell Douglas DC-9 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Swiss International Air Lines McDonnell Douglas MD-83 (no longer in service with the airline)
The McDonnell Douglas DC-9 (initially known as the Douglas DC-9) is a family of twin-engine, single-aisle jet airliners, first manufactured in 1965 and subsequently, in greatly modified form, under a succession of different names.
It was an immediate commercial success, and 976 were built by Douglas who then merged with McDonnell in 1967.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/McDonnell_Douglas_MD-82   (1081 words)

  
 McDonnell Douglas DC-9 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Swiss International Air Lines McDonnell Douglas MD-83 (no longer in service with the airline)
The McDonnell Douglas DC-9 (initially known as the Douglas DC-9) is a family of twin-engine, single-aisle jet airliners, first manufactured in 1965 and subsequently, in greatly modified form, under a succession of different names.
It was an immediate commercial success, and 976 were built by Douglas who then merged with McDonnell in 1967.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/McDonnell_Douglas_MD-82   (1080 words)

  
 McDonnell Douglas DC-9 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Swiss International Air Lines McDonnell Douglas MD-83 (no longer in service with the airline)
The McDonnell Douglas DC-9 (initially known as the Douglas DC-9) is a family of twin-engine, single-aisle jet airliners, first manufactured in 1965 and subsequently, in greatly modified form, under a succession of different names.
It was an immediate commercial success, and 976 were built by Douglas who then merged with McDonnell in 1967.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/McDonnell_Douglas_MD-83   (1089 words)

  
 McDonnell Douglas MD-80 - netlexikon
McDonnell Douglas DC-10 | McDonnell Douglas MD-11 | McDonnell Douglas MD-80 | McDonnell Douglas MD-90 | McDonnell Douglas MD-95
McDonnell Douglas versuchte, mit der MD-87 wieder stärker ins Geschäft zu kommen.
Bücher zum Stichwort "McDonnell Douglas MD-80" bei Amazon.de
www.lexikon-definition.de /MD-80.html   (1076 words)

  
 McDonnell Douglas MD-80
McDonnell Douglas planned the MD-95 as a follow on to it's MD-90; however, Boeing purchased McDonnell Douglas in 1997 and re-designated the planned aircraft as the 717.
This aircraft received the designation MD-80 when McDonnell Douglas discontinued the Douglas Commercial designations in 1983.
First flown as the DC-9 Super 80 in 1979, the MD-80 had had a longer wingspan and fuselage length, updated systems and more fuel-efficient engines than the Series 50.
www.shanaberger.com /MD-80.htm   (115 words)

  
 McDonnell Douglas MD-80
McDonnell Douglas planned the MD-95 as a follow on to it's MD-90; however, Boeing purchased McDonnell Douglas in 1997 and re-designated the planned aircraft as the 717.
This aircraft received the designation MD-80 when McDonnell Douglas discontinued the Douglas Commercial designations in 1983.
First flown as the DC-9 Super 80 in 1979, the MD-80 had had a longer wingspan and fuselage length, updated systems and more fuel-efficient engines than the Series 50.
www.shanaberger.com /MD-80.htm   (115 words)

  
 McDonnell Douglas MD-80
McDonnell Douglas planned the MD-95 as a follow on to it's MD-90; however, Boeing purchased McDonnell Douglas in 1997 and re-designated the planned aircraft as the 717.
This aircraft received the designation MD-80 when McDonnell Douglas discontinued the Douglas Commercial designations in 1983.
First flown as the DC-9 Super 80 in 1979, the MD-80 had had a longer wingspan and fuselage length, updated systems and more fuel-efficient engines than the Series 50.
www.shanaberger.com /MD-80.htm   (115 words)

  
 Planespotters encyclopedia - McDonnell-Douglas MD80 / MD90 series
The Boeing 717 was originally designed by the McDonnell Douglas company, as the MD-95, and was renamed 717 after the merger with Boeing.
The Fokkers also have speedbrakes in the tail, the other types do not.
trolls.troll.no /ebakke/md8090.html   (554 words)

  
 Planespotters encyclopedia - McDonnell-Douglas MD80 / MD90 series
The Boeing 717 was originally designed by the McDonnell Douglas company, as the MD-95, and was renamed 717 after the merger with Boeing.
The Fokkers also have speedbrakes in the tail, the other types do not.
trolls.troll.no /ebakke/md8090.html   (554 words)

  
 ComPilots.com - Aviation Portal - McDonnell Douglas Aircraft Series — released by SGA
Stewart-Global Aircraft is proud to announce the unveiling of our most extensive release ever, the Douglas DC-9 series, McDonnell Douglas MD-80 series, McDonnell Douglas MD-90 and McDonnell Douglas MD-95 (B717 for some).
McDonnell Douglas Aircraft Series — released by SGA
ComPilots.com - Aviation Portal - McDonnell Douglas Aircraft Series — released by SGA
www.compilots.com /article736.html   (322 words)

  
 Bombay Aircraft Company DESKTOP MODEL AIRPLANE DIRECTORY
Boeing 717 Demo - McDonnell Douglas MD 95
www.bombayaircraft.com /type.asp?iType=17&offset=60   (179 words)

  
 McDonnell Douglas MD-80
McDonnell Douglas planned the MD-95 as a follow on to it's MD-90; however, Boeing purchased McDonnell Douglas in 1997 and re-designated the planned aircraft as the 717.
This aircraft received the designation MD-80 when McDonnell Douglas discontinued the Douglas Commercial designations in 1983.
First flown as the DC-9 Super 80 in 1979, the MD-80 had had a longer wingspan and fuselage length, updated systems and more fuel-efficient engines than the Series 50.
www.shanaberger.com /MD-80.htm   (115 words)

  
 Amazon.com: McDonnell Douglas DC-10 (Airliner Color History): Books: Gunter Endres
McDonnell Douglas MD-80 & MD-90 (Airliner Color History) by Arthur Pearcy
The McDonnell Douglas Story @1979 Douglas J Ingells HB (Current Bid: $24.95)
Buy this book with McDonnell Douglas MD-80 & MD-90 (Airliner...
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0760306176?v=glance   (925 words)

  
 McDonnell Douglas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The MD-95, a shortened MD-90, was the only McDonnell Douglas jet to remain in production (as the Boeing 717) after the merger.
McDonnell Douglas was a major American aerospace manufacturer, producing a number of famous commercial and military aircraft.
Following Boeing's 1996 acquisition of Rockwell's North American division, McDonnell Douglas and Boeing merged in 1997 in a $13 billion stock-swap to create The Boeing Company.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/McDonnell_Douglas   (829 words)

  
 McDonnell Douglas
Originally launched in October 1995 as the MD-95, the airplane was designated the Boeing 717 after the merger of McDonnell Douglas and The Boeing Company in 1997.
McDonnell Douglas Corporation (MDC) was one of the most dominant aerospace companies in the world.
McDonnell Douglas agreed to the merger, and the aerospace industry was reduced to three major participants: Boeing, Lockheed, and Europe's Airbus.
www.centennialofflight.gov /essay/Aerospace/McDac/Aero32.htm   (1702 words)

  
 ?modulo=wikipedia&arg=DC-9
Swiss International Air Lines McDonnell Douglas MD-83 (no longer in service with the airline)
The McDonnell Douglas DC-9 (initially known as the Douglas DC-9) is a family of twin-engine, single-aisle jet airliners, first manufactured in 1965 and subsequently, in greatly modified form, under a succession of different names.
The MD-95 program was renamed Boeing 717 and entered service in September of 1999 with AirTran Airways.
www.kisanji.org /?modulo=wikipedia&arg=DC-9   (1203 words)

  
 McDonnell Douglas
Originally launched in October 1995 as the MD-95, the airplane was designated the Boeing 717 after the merger of McDonnell Douglas and The Boeing Company in 1997.
McDonnell Douglas Corporation (MDC) was one of the most dominant aerospace companies in the world.
McDonnell Douglas agreed to the merger, and the aerospace industry was reduced to three major participants: Boeing, Lockheed, and Europe's Airbus.
www.centennialofflight.gov /essay/Aerospace/McDac/Aero32.htm   (1203 words)

  
 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Douglas DC-9
The Boeing 717 was slated to wear the MD-95 badge until Boeing and McDonnell Douglas merged in 1997.
The MD-80 designation was a marketing move to show that McDonnell Douglas had an airliner for the 1980s.
Douglas launched the DC-9 development project in April 1963, intending the DC-9 as a short-range companion to their larger four engined DC-8.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/MD-88   (794 words)

  
 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Douglas DC-9
The Boeing 717 was slated to wear the MD-95 badge until Boeing and McDonnell Douglas merged in 1997.
The MD-80 designation was a marketing move to show that McDonnell Douglas had an airliner for the 1980s.
Douglas launched the DC-9 development project in April 1963, intending the DC-9 as a short-range companion to their larger four engined DC-8.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/MD-88   (794 words)

  
 McDonnell Douglas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The MD-95, a shortened MD-90, was the only McDonnell Douglas jet to remain in production (as the Boeing 717) after the merger.
Douglas continued to develop new aircraft, including the successful four-engined DC-6 (1946) and their last prop-driven commercial aircraft, the DC-7 (1953).
Both companies were eager to enter the new missile business, Douglas moving from producing air-to-air rockets and missiles to entire missile systems under the 1956 Nike program and becoming the main contractor of the Skybolt ALBM program and the Thor ballistic missile program.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/McDonnell_Douglas   (829 words)

  
 McDonnell Douglas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The MD-95, a shortened MD-90, was the only McDonnell Douglas jet to remain in production (as the Boeing 717) after the merger.
McDonnell Douglas was a major American aerospace manufacturer, producing a number of famous commercial and military aircraft.
McDonnell Douglas' final aircraft was launched in 1988.
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/McDonnell_Douglas   (829 words)

  
 McDonnell Douglas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The MD-95, a shortened MD-90, was the only McDonnell Douglas jet to remain in production (as the Boeing 717) after the merger.
McDonnell Douglas was a major American aerospace manufacturer, producing a number of famous commercial and military aircraft.
McDonnell Douglas' final aircraft was launched in 1988.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/McDonnell_Douglas   (829 words)

  
 McDonnell Douglas DC-9 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Swiss International Air Lines McDonnell Douglas MD-83 (no longer in service with the airline)
The McDonnell Douglas DC-9 (initially known as the Douglas DC-9) is a family of twin-engine, single-aisle jet airliners, first manufactured in 1965 and subsequently, in greatly modified form, under a succession of different names.
The MD-95 program was renamed Boeing 717 and entered service in September of 1999 with AirTran Airways.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Douglas_DC-9   (829 words)

  
 ComPilots.com - Aviation Portal - McDonnell Douglas Aircraft Series — released by SGA
Stewart-Global Aircraft is proud to announce the unveiling of our most extensive release ever, the Douglas DC-9 series, McDonnell Douglas MD-80 series, McDonnell Douglas MD-90 and McDonnell Douglas MD-95 (B717 for some).
ComPilots.com - Aviation Portal - McDonnell Douglas Aircraft Series — released by SGA
McDonnell Douglas Aircraft Series — released by SGA
www.compilots.com /print_article736.html   (236 words)

  
 FSfreeware Flight Simulation - Distribution System > FS2004 > Aircrafts
Sounds for the SGA McDonnell Douglas MD-95 (717).
In the tradition and spirit of excelling with Flight Simulator add-ons, SGA is proud to offer an update to the Douglas DC-10-30 aircraft, taking advantage of all the latest features that Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004: A Century of Flight has to offer.
FS2004 SGA Douglas DC 10 40 Base Pack
www.fsfreeware.com /dcd/FS2004/Aircrafts/index-348.html   (621 words)

  
 Commercial Aircraft Directory - Boeing
Boeing 717 family (formerly known as McDonnell Douglas MD-95 and as Boeing MD-95)
Boeing MD-11 (formerly McDonnell Douglas MD-11)/BC17X (formerly MD-17)
Boeing MD-80/90 family (formerly McDonnell Douglas MD-80/90 family)
www.mokkel.net /kenneth/comad/boeing.html   (621 words)

  
 Boeing 717
McDonnell Douglas planned the MD-95 as a follow on to it's MD-90; however, Boeing purchased McDonnell Douglas in 1997 and redesignated the planned aircraft as the 717.
The Boeing 717 is the latest development of the Douglas DC-9/McDonnell Douglas MD-80/MD-90 series of aircraft.
The 156th and last 717 was rolled out of the former Douglas production site at Long Beach, California on 20 Apr 06.
www.shanaberger.com /B717.htm   (87 words)

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