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InFlight 200 – McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10 , ‘N1801U’United Airlines

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Výrobce: InFlight 200Měřítko: 1:200Letecká společnost: United Airlines

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-sběratelský model letadla McDonnell Douglas DC-10   1/200 
                                                                                                                      Limited Edition
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                 McDonnell Douglas MD-11

McDonnell Douglas MD-11 je americký třímotorový širokotrupý dopravní letoun vyráběný společností McDonnell Douglas. Je vybaven dvěma dvouproudovými motory zavěšenými pod křídly a třetím motorem umístěným na svislé ocasní ploše.

The McDonnell Douglas MD-11 is an American three-engine wide-body jet airliner manufactured by McDonnell Douglas. It features two turbofan engines mounted on underwing pylons and a third engine at the base of the vertical stabilizer.

Role Wide-body jet airliner
National origin United States
Manufacturer McDonnell Douglas
First flight January 10, 1990
Introduction December 20, 1990 with Finnair
Status In service as cargo aircraft
Primary users FedEx Express

Produced 1988–2000
Number built
  • DC-10: 386
  • KC-10: 60
  • MD-11: 200
Unit cost
US$20M (1972)
Variants
Developed into McDonnell Douglas DC-1o

MD-11F (53 built): the Freight transport aircraft was the second variant on offer at launch in 1986 and was the last and longest (1988–2000) manufactured version. The all-cargo aircraft features the same forward port-side cargo door (140 by 102 inches (3.6 m × 2.6 m)) as the MD-11CF, a main-deck volume of 15,530 cubic feet (440 m3), a maximum payload of 200,151 pounds (90,787 kg) and can transport 26 pallets of the same dimensions (88 by 125 inches (2.2 m × 3.2 m) or 96 by 125 inches (2.4 m × 3.2 m)) as for the MD-11C and MD-11CF. The MD-11F was delivered between 1991 and 2001 to FedEx Express (22), Lufthansa Cargo (14), and other airlines with fewer aircraft

The DC-10 was intended as a successor to the McDonnell Douglas’s DC-8 for long-range operations, using a wide-body layout to greatly increase the capacity of the aircraft. More powerful engines allowed it to be powered by three engines, the minimum allowed at that time for long overwater flights, which reduces maintenance costs relative to a four-engine design. Lockheed also saw this niche as an ideal place to reenter the commercial airliner market with their very similar L-1011 TriStar. Although the L-1011 was more technologically advanced, the DC-10 would go on to outsell the L-1011 by a significant margin, due to the L-1011‘s higher price and delayed entry in the market.

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