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CRJ 200

Published: 01-17-2006
Designed to provide superior efficiencies to small operators and major airlines alike, the Bombardier CRJ100 /CRJ200 aircraft has firmly established itself as the world's quietest and most environmentally friendly commercial jet aircraft. The aircraft's 50-seat capacity and low trip cost - fuel burn is 10% less than its nearest competitor - allow airlines to provide jet services on routes where low load factors make larger jet aircraft unprofitable (Source: Bombardier.com).

CRJ 700

Published: 01-17-2006
The sequels to the most successful regional airliner ever. The 64- to 70- passenger Bombardier CRJ700 Series 701 and 75-seat Bombardier CRJ700 Series 705 are members of the highly successful Bombardier CRJ family of regional jets (source: Bombardier.com).

McDonnell Douglas MD-11

Published: 01-17-2006
The MD-11, the world's only modern large, wide-cabin trijet, offers a highly sophisticated flight deck and advanced automatic system controls that substantially reduces pilot workload. In service with customers in all parts of the world, the MD-11 was produced in Long Beach, California, at the Douglas Products Division of the Boeing Commercial Airplanes until February 2001. A worldwide network of subcontractors and suppliers supported the assembly line.(source: Boeing.com).

McDonnell Douglas DC-10

Published: 01-17-2006
A new category of airplane was added to the world's air transportation system when the DC-10 entered scheduled airline service. It has been demonstrating its value to airlines and air travelers since then, winning world recognition for its reliability, comfort and efficiency in more than 25 million hours of revenue flight.

The multirange DC-10 was designed and built in Long Beach, California, by Douglas Aircraft Company, now the Long Beach Division of Boeing Commercial Airplanes. Production was started in January 1968 and first deliveries were in 1971. In a production run extending to 1989, 386 commercial DC-10s were delivered (source: Boeing.com).


ATR 72

Published: 01-16-2006
The ATR 72-200 entered service in 1989, satisfying the needs of an increasing number of Airlines for a 64-72-seat capacity regional aircraft.The derivative version of the basic ATR 72, the ATR 72-210 is equipped with two higher power 2,750 shp PW127 engines (Source: atraircraft.com).

Beech 1900

Published: 01-16-2006
The 1900 has a distinguished heritage, and is the result of more than 50 years of Beech design history. Beech established itself directly into scheduled passenger and cargo operations through development of the Beech 99 airliner in the 1960s. The 1900 provided significant growth and expansion into the 19 passenger market as well as in the 5,500 lb cargo market (Source: Raytheonaircraft.com).

Boeing MD-80

Published: 01-16-2006
The Boeing MD-80, a quiet, fuel-efficient twinjet, was certified by the Federal Aviation Administration in August 1980 and entered airline service in October 1980. Its Pratt & Whitney JT8D-200 engines, combined with its efficient aerodynamic design, allow the MD-80 to meet all current noise regulations while producing operating costs among the lowest in commercial aviation (Source: Boeing.com).

Boeing 737 "New Generation"

Published: 01-16-2006
The Next-Generation 737 models build on the strengths that made the 737 the world's most successful commercial airliner, while incorporating improvements and value-added technology designed for the 21st century. Advanced technology winglets allow airlines to save on fuel, extend its range, carry more payload and reduce engine maintenance costs. Winglets are wing tip extensions which provide several benefits to airplane operators. The winglet option increases the Next-Generation 737's lead as the newest and most technologically advanced airplane in its class. (Source: Boeing.com)


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