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Douglas DC-9

Douglas DC-9. A photo. Video. Driving compartment. Characteristics. Reviews.

The McDonell Douglas DC9 (also known as the Douglas DC9) is a short-range twin-engined jet. In the 1965 year, the first flight began to take place in the 1966 year. The last DS9 is produced in October 1982.

Subsequent variations in DC-9 were MD80, MD90 and Boing717.

Aerodynamic configuration of the aircraft is a twin-engine turbofan nizkoplan with a T-tail, swept wing, adjustable stabilizer and rear mounted engine.

Douglas DC-9 Salon

Characteristics Douglas DC-9:

DC9-10

Number of seats: 90mest.

Flight range: 2340km.

Cruising speed: 903km / h.

Length: 31.82m.

Height: 8.38m.

Wingspan: 27.25m.

Maximum takeoff weight: 41100 kg

Motor type: Pratt & Whitney JT8D5.

DC9-21

Number of seats: 90mest.

Flight range: 3430km.

Cruising speed: 896km / h.

Length: 31.82m.

Height: 8.38m.

Wingspan: 28.47m.

Maximum takeoff weight: 41100 kg

Motor type: Pratt & Whitney JT8D5.

Douglas DC-9 scheme salon

Douglas DC-9 scheme salon

DC9-30

Number of seats: 115mest.

Flight range: 3030km.

Cruising speed: 917 km / h.

Length: 36.37.

Height: 8.38m.

Wingspan: 28.47m.

Maximum takeoff weight: 49900kg

Motor type: Pratt & Whitney JT8D15.

DC9-40

Number of seats: 125mest.

Flight range: 3120km.

Cruising speed: 917 km / h.

Length: 38.28m.

Height: 8.38m.

Wingspan: 28.47m.

Maximum takeoff weight: 51700kg

Motor type: Pratt & Whitney JT8D15.

DC9-50

Number of seats: 135mest.

Flight range: 3030km.

Cruising speed: 898km / h.

Length: 40.72.

Height: 8.38.

Wingspan: 28.47m.

Maximum takeoff weight: 54900kg

Motor type: Pratt & Whitney JT8D17.

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