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  1. Lion Mentari Airlines McDonnell Douglas MD-81

    FS2002 ProjectAI LNI Lion Mentari Airlines McDonnell Douglas MD-81. The MD-80 series derives from the DC-9, the major changes being the engines, and the overall increase in dimensions. The first MD80 flew in October 1979, with deliveries beginning in September 1980. Production began to wind down in the mid-1990s as McDonnell Douglas committed to the MD-90. The series fulfills a short to medium range of routes. The MD-80s are powered by two Pratt & Whitney JT8D-217 turbofans and flies at a cruising speed of 439 kts (813 km/hr). The aircraft is 147 feet (45.06m) long with a wingspan of 107 feet (32.87m). The series aircraft can accomodate 155 passengers.

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  2. Japan Air System Kurosawa JA8070 MD-90

    FS2002 ProjectAI JAS Japan Air System Kurosawa JA8070 McDonnell Douglas MD-90. Beginning life as the DC-9 Super 90, the MD-90 became the third generation of the Douglas twin-jet family. The MD-90 was originally envisioned as a high-tech alternative to the earlier designs featuring very fuel efficient engines known as propfans. However, the drop in oil prices of the 1980s resulted in weak interest in these new technology engines, so McDonnell Douglas abandoned them in favor of more conventional turbofan engines. Otherwise, the MD-90 is largely similar to the MD-80 it replaced, using the same basic fuselage, wing, and flight deck. However, the flight deck was updated with an improved electronic flight instrument system and other avionics plus new environmental control systems, hydraulic systems, and passenger comfort features.

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  3. Japan Air System Kurosawa JA8064 MD-90

    FS2002 ProjectAI JAS Japan Air System Kurosawa JA8064 McDonnell Douglas MD-90. Beginning life as the DC-9 Super 90, the MD-90 became the third generation of the Douglas twin-jet family. The MD-90 was originally envisioned as a high-tech alternative to the earlier designs featuring very fuel efficient engines known as propfans. However, the drop in oil prices of the 1980s resulted in weak interest in these new technology engines, so McDonnell Douglas abandoned them in favor of more conventional turbofan engines. Otherwise, the MD-90 is largely similar to the MD-80 it replaced, using the same basic fuselage, wing, and flight deck. However, the flight deck was updated with an improved electronic flight instrument system and other avionics plus new environmental control systems, hydraulic systems, and passenger comfort features.

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  4. Iberia Airlines McDonnell Douglas MD-87

    FS2002 ProjectAI IBE Iberia Airlines McDonnell Douglas MD-87. The MD-80 series derives from the DC-9, the major changes being the engines, and the overall increase in dimensions. The first MD80 flew in October 1979, with deliveries beginning in September 1980. Production began to wind down in the mid-1990s as McDonnell Douglas committed to the MD-90. The series fulfills a short to medium range of routes. The MD-80s are powered by two Pratt & Whitney JT8D-217 turbofans and flies at a cruising speed of 439 kts (813 km/hr). The aircraft is 147 feet (45.06m) long with a wingspan of 107 feet (32.87m). The series aircraft can accomodate 155 passengers.

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  5. Lion Mentari Airlines McDonnell Douglas MD-83

    FS2002 ProjectAI LNI Lion Mentari Airlines McDonnell Douglas MD-83. The MD-80 series derives from the DC-9, the major changes being the engines, and the overall increase in dimensions. The first MD80 flew in October 1979, with deliveries beginning in September 1980. Production began to wind down in the mid-1990s as McDonnell Douglas committed to the MD-90. The series fulfills a short to medium range of routes. The MD-80s are powered by two Pratt & Whitney JT8D-217 turbofans and flies at a cruising speed of 439 kts (813 km/hr). The aircraft is 147 feet (45.06m) long with a wingspan of 107 feet (32.87m). The series aircraft can accomodate 155 passengers.

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  6. Far Eastern Air Transport TransAsia MD-83

    FS2002 ProjectAI FEA Far Eastern Air Transport TransAsia Telecommunications McDonnell Douglas MD-83. The MD-80 series derives from the DC-9, the major changes being the engines, and the overall increase in dimensions. The first MD80 flew in October 1979, with deliveries beginning in September 1980. Production began to wind down in the mid-1990s as McDonnell Douglas committed to the MD-90. The series fulfills a short to medium range of routes. The MD-80s are powered by two Pratt & Whitney JT8D-217 turbofans and flies at a cruising speed of 439 kts (813 km/hr). The aircraft is 147 feet (45.06m) long with a wingspan of 107 feet (32.87m). The series aircraft can accomodate 155 passengers.

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  7. Japan Asia Airways McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30

    FS2002 ProjectAI JAA Japan Asia Airways McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30. Six commercial models of the McDonnell Douglas DC-10 were developed. All versions of the trijet accommodate from 250 passengers in mixed seating, to 380 in all-economy seating. The DC-10-10 model was designed for routes of up to 3476 nm and is powered by GE CF6-6 engines. It entered service in 1971. The intercontinental range DC-10-40, powered by P&W JT9D engines, offered range up to 5040 nm and was introduced in 1972. The -30, with a range of 5127 nm was also introduced in 1972, equipped with GE CF6-50 fanjets. The DC-10 Convertible Freighter, first delivered in 1973, is available in three series. The DC-10-15, launched in 1979, combines the basic smaller airframe of -10 with a version of the more powerful engines used on the -30s. The DC-10-30F, an all-freighter model, was introduced in 1984. A military variant is the KC-10 tanker/cargo aircraft. The DC-10 is 182 feet (-10) or 180 feet / 55.0 m (-15, -30, -40) long with a wingspan of 155 feet / 47.3 m (-10, -15) or 165 feet / 50.4 m (-30, -40).

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  8. AvioImpex McDonnell Douglas MD-81

    FS2002 ProjectAI AXX AvioImpex McDonnell Douglas MD-81. The MD-80 series derives from the DC-9, the major changes being the engines, and the overall increase in dimensions. The first MD80 flew in October 1979, with deliveries beginning in September 1980. Production began to wind down in the mid-1990s as McDonnell Douglas committed to the MD-90. The series fulfills a short to medium range of routes. The MD-80s are powered by two Pratt & Whitney JT8D-217 turbofans and flies at a cruising speed of 439 kts (813 km/hr). The aircraft is 147 feet (45.06m) long with a wingspan of 107 feet (32.87m). The series aircraft can accomodate 155 passengers.

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  9. Austrian Airlines McDonnell Douglas MD-87

    FS2002 ProjectAI AUA Austrian Airlines McDonnell Douglas MD-87. The MD-80 series derives from the DC-9, the major changes being the engines, and the overall increase in dimensions. The first MD80 flew in October 1979, with deliveries beginning in September 1980. Production began to wind down in the mid-1990s as McDonnell Douglas committed to the MD-90. The series fulfills a short to medium range of routes. The MD-80s are powered by two Pratt & Whitney JT8D-217 turbofans and flies at a cruising speed of 439 kts (813 km/hr). The aircraft is 147 feet (45.06m) long with a wingspan of 107 feet (32.87m). The series aircraft can accomodate 155 passengers.

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  10. Air Nippon Saab S340B

    FS2002 ProjectAI ANK Air Nippon Saab S340B. The Saab 340 was a product of a 1979 joint feasibility study involving Fairchild and Saab-Scania, into a 30-40 seat commercial airliner design. The SF340 was launched in 1980. Saab was responsible for fuselage, fin and final assembly, and Fairchild was responsible for wings, engines and empennage. The first prototype flew 25 January 1983, with production aircraft following from 1984. From the beginning of November 1985 Saab took over production entirely, eventually re-designating the aircraft from SF340 to 340A. Deliveries of a more powerful version, the 340B, commenced in 1989. A further improved 340B Plus followed in 1994; but slow sales forced production to cease in 1998. The aircraft fulfills regional route rolls. The 340 is powered by two GE CT7-5A2 turboprops. The aircraft is 64 feet (19.73m) long and has a wingspan of 70 feet (21.44m). It flies at a maximum cruise speed of 278 kts (515 km/hr) and has a range of 785 nm (1455 km). The aircraft accomodates a crew of two and typically 33-35 passengers.

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  11. Onur Air McDonnell Douglas MD-81

    FS2002 ProjectAI OHY Onur Air McDonnell Douglas MD-81. The MD-80 series derives from the DC-9, the major changes being the engines, and the overall increase in dimensions. The first MD80 flew in October 1979, with deliveries beginning in September 1980. Production began to wind down in the mid-1990s as McDonnell Douglas committed to the MD-90. The series fulfills a short to medium range of routes. The MD-80s are powered by two Pratt & Whitney JT8D-217 turbofans and flies at a cruising speed of 439 kts (813 km/hr). The aircraft is 147 feet (45.06m) long with a wingspan of 107 feet (32.87m). The series aircraft can accomodate 155 passengers.

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  12. JAL Ways Co Ltd Resocha NC DC-10-30

    FS2002 ProjectAI JAZ JAL Ways Co Ltd Resocha NC McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30. Six commercial models of the McDonnell Douglas DC-10 were developed. All versions of the trijet accommodate from 250 passengers in mixed seating, to 380 in all-economy seating. The DC-10-10 model was designed for routes of up to 3476 nm and is powered by GE CF6-6 engines. It entered service in 1971. The intercontinental range DC-10-40, powered by P&W JT9D engines, offered range up to 5040 nm and was introduced in 1972. The -30, with a range of 5127 nm was also introduced in 1972, equipped with GE CF6-50 fanjets. The DC-10 Convertible Freighter, first delivered in 1973, is available in three series. The DC-10-15, launched in 1979, combines the basic smaller airframe of -10 with a version of the more powerful engines used on the -30s. The DC-10-30F, an all-freighter model, was introduced in 1984. A military variant is the KC-10 tanker/cargo aircraft. The DC-10 is 182 feet (-10) or 180 feet / 55.0 m (-15, -30, -40) long with a wingspan of 155 feet / 47.3 m (-10, -15) or 165 feet / 50.4 m (-30, -40).

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  13. SAS Scandinavian Airlines STD MD-87

    FS2002 ProjectAI SAS SAS Scandinavian Airlines STD McDonnell Douglas MD-87. The MD-80 series derives from the DC-9, the major changes being the engines, and the overall increase in dimensions. The first MD80 flew in October 1979, with deliveries beginning in September 1980. Production began to wind down in the mid-1990s as McDonnell Douglas committed to the MD-90. The series fulfills a short to medium range of routes. The MD-80s are powered by two Pratt & Whitney JT8D-217 turbofans and flies at a cruising speed of 439 kts (813 km/hr). The aircraft is 147 feet (45.06m) long with a wingspan of 107 feet (32.87m). The series aircraft can accomodate 155 passengers.

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  14. SAS Scandinavian Airlines MD-90

    FS2002 ProjectAI SAS SAS Scandinavian Airlines McDonnell Douglas MD-90. Beginning life as the DC-9 Super 90, the MD-90 became the third generation of the Douglas twin-jet family. The MD-90 was originally envisioned as a high-tech alternative to the earlier designs featuring very fuel efficient engines known as propfans. However, the drop in oil prices of the 1980s resulted in weak interest in these new technology engines, so McDonnell Douglas abandoned them in favor of more conventional turbofan engines. Otherwise, the MD-90 is largely similar to the MD-80 it replaced, using the same basic fuselage, wing, and flight deck. However, the flight deck was updated with an improved electronic flight instrument system and other avionics plus new environmental control systems, hydraulic systems, and passenger comfort features.

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  15. Japan Airlines NC McDonnell Douglas MD-11

    FS2002 ProjectAI JAL Japan Airlines NC McDonnell Douglas MD-11. As DC-10 production was winding down, McDonnell Douglas began studying potential replacements. Originally, designers focused on merely stretching the airframe. As plans became more ambitious, the new design became known as the MD-100, the MD-XXX, and finally the MD-11. Although the MD-11 was essentially just a stretched DC-10, the new design featured many improvements, including winglets for improved aerodynamics, a redesigned tail assembly, a more advanced flight deck featuring an electronic flight instrument system allowing a reduction to two flight crew, and more powerful engines. Four variants were developed, the MD-11P passenger model, MD-11F freighter, MD-11 Combi combined passenger/cargo model, and the MD-11CF convertible model. The program faced repeated difficulties in the late 1980s and early 1990s owing to airline failures and mergers that resulted in the cancellation of many orders. However, 200 were completed by the time production closed in 2001. The MD-11's first flight occured in 1990.

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  16. Japan Airlines NC McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30

    FS2002 ProjectAI JAL Japan Airlines NC McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30. Six commercial models of the McDonnell Douglas DC-10 were developed. All versions of the trijet accommodate from 250 passengers in mixed seating, to 380 in all-economy seating. The DC-10-10 model was designed for routes of up to 3476 nm and is powered by GE CF6-6 engines. It entered service in 1971. The intercontinental range DC-10-40, powered by P&W JT9D engines, offered range up to 5040 nm and was introduced in 1972. The -30, with a range of 5127 nm was also introduced in 1972, equipped with GE CF6-50 fanjets. The DC-10 Convertible Freighter, first delivered in 1973, is available in three series. The DC-10-15, launched in 1979, combines the basic smaller airframe of -10 with a version of the more powerful engines used on the -30s. The DC-10-30F, an all-freighter model, was introduced in 1984. A military variant is the KC-10 tanker/cargo aircraft. The DC-10 is 182 feet (-10) or 180 feet / 55.0 m (-15, -30, -40) long with a wingspan of 155 feet / 47.3 m (-10, -15) or 165 feet / 50.4 m (-30, -40).

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  17. Japan Airlines J-Air Jetstream JS-41

    FS2002 ProjectAI JAL Japan Airlines J-Air Jetstream JS-41. The British Aerospace BAe Jetstream JS-41 is a twin-engined regional-route aircraft powered by two Honeywell TPE331-14 engines. Normal cruise speed is 240 to 270 kts with a range of 1490 nm (60% load). This aircraft first flew in September 1991. It is a derivative of the Jetstream 31 with a longer fuselage and a modified wing and tail. The J41 is operating throughout the world in 29/30 seat commuter and 14-seat corporate shuttle configurations.

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  18. Spirit Airlines McDonnell Douglas DC-9-50

    FS2002 ProjectAI NKS Spirit Airlines McDonnell Douglas DC-9-50. Designed to operate from short runways and on short- to medium-range routes, the DC-9 airframe has produced many variants, including five DC-9s, the MD-80 series, MD-90 and B717. All DC9 series aircraft have built-in boarding stairs for use where jetways are not available. The low ground clearance puts the lower deck cargo bays at waist height, to allow loading and unloading without a conveyor or loading platform.

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  19. Mozambique Express Jetstream JS-41

    FS2002 ProjectAI MEX Mozambique Express Jetstream JS-41. The British Aerospace BAe Jetstream JS-41 is a twin-engined regional-route aircraft powered by two Honeywell TPE331-14 engines. Normal cruise speed is 240 to 270 kts with a range of 1490 nm (60% load). This aircraft first flew in September 1991. It is a derivative of the Jetstream 31 with a longer fuselage and a modified wing and tail. The J41 is operating throughout the world in 29/30 seat commuter and 14-seat corporate shuttle configurations.

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  20. Spirit Airlines OC McDonnell Douglas MD-83

    FS2002 ProjectAI NKS Spirit Airlines OC McDonnell Douglas MD-83. The MD-80 series derives from the DC-9, the major changes being the engines, and the overall increase in dimensions. The first MD80 flew in October 1979, with deliveries beginning in September 1980. Production began to wind down in the mid-1990s as McDonnell Douglas committed to the MD-90. The series fulfills a short to medium range of routes. The MD-80s are powered by two Pratt & Whitney JT8D-217 turbofans and flies at a cruising speed of 439 kts (813 km/hr). The aircraft is 147 feet (45.06m) long with a wingspan of 107 feet (32.87m). The series aircraft can accomodate 155 passengers.

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  21. Air Senegal International DeHavilland DH8C

    FS2002 ProjectAI SNG Air Senegal International DeHavilland DH8C. Launched in 1980, the DeHavilland Dash 8 is the most successful regional airliner in the world, with over 400 in service. The first member of the family, the Series 100 combines advanced technology, superior design features and fuel-efficient turbine engines to provide the ruggedness, reliability and performance required in the short-haul, high-frequency regional airline environment. Newer models of all Dash 8 aircraft carry the "Q" (for Quiet) designation. Equipped with the advanced technology Noise and Vibration Suppression (NVS) system, Dash 8Q aircraft are the quietest, most vibration-free turboprop aircraft in the sky, setting previously unknown standards of passenger comfort that approach those of jet aircraft.

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  22. Biman Bangladesh Airlines Fokker F70

    FS2002 ProjectAI BBC Biman Bangladesh Airlines Fokker F70. Launched in November 1992, the Fokker 70 was designed as a shortened fuselage derivative of an earlier model. The design program planned to retain as much commonality with the larger model as possible. Both aircraft are essentially the same, minus the already mentioned fuselage reduction. The F70 first flew in 1993. The aircraft is 101 feet 4 inches / 30.91 m long with a wingspan of 92 feet 1 inch / 28.07 m. The F70 is powered by two Rolls Royce Tay Mk 620 engines and flies at 450 knots / 833 km/h / 0.68 mach with a range of 1900 nm / 3519 km. The F70 has a crew of 2 and can accomodate 70 to 80 passengers.

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  23. Azerbaijan Airlines Boeing B752

    FS2002 ProjectAI AHY Azerbaijan Airlines Boeing B752. Envisioned as the first of a new family of advanced technology commercial airliners, the B757 retains the narrow fuselage cross-section of the earlier models. General Electric or Rolls-Royce engines are available depending on customer preferences. The 757 is available in several models including the 757-200, 757-300 stretched variant, and 757-200F cargo freighter. About 960 total 757s have been built by 2001 with production still continuing.

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  24. Northwest Airlines NC B753RR Boeing B753

    FS2002 ProjectAI NWA Northwest Airlines NC B753RR Boeing B753. Envisioned as the first of a new family of advanced technology commercial airliners, the B757 retains the narrow fuselage cross-section of the earlier models. General Electric or Rolls-Royce engines are available depending on customer preferences. The 757 is available in several models including the 757-200, 757-300 stretched variant, and 757-200F cargo freighter. About 960 total 757s have been built by 2001 with production still continuing.

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  25. Northwest Airlines NC B753PW Boeing B753

    FS2002 ProjectAI NWA Northwest Airlines NC B753PW Boeing B753. Envisioned as the first of a new family of advanced technology commercial airliners, the B757 retains the narrow fuselage cross-section of the earlier models. General Electric or Rolls-Royce engines are available depending on customer preferences. The 757 is available in several models including the 757-200, 757-300 stretched variant, and 757-200F cargo freighter. About 960 total 757s have been built by 2001 with production still continuing.

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