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Condor Airlines McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30

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FS2002 ProjectAI CDR Condor Airlines 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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