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    Hi Adam - Not trying to "rain on your parade!" Your MD-82 Super 80 is very nice indeed! I have the MD-83 and the MD-90 (downloaded off the HJG site and is shown below). Neither aircraft is the Super 80. Do you know what the difference is between the standard variants and the Super 80? Just curious.........
    I know the Maddog aircraft are very stable fliers and I probably don't fly mine as much as I should!!

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    I know one thing, these aircraft are so long, it's hard to get them into a screenshot!

    Rick

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    Very long indeed! Pic is beautiful, great livery on the MD-82

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    One might even shout out Super!
    Enjoyed the shots

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    Adam - I'm glad you posted your Maddog on this forum. I tried flying mine and had some issues with the panel needing some tweeks! All is good now!
    Here's an aerial shot of the MD-90. Doesn't look as large in the air! It is a nice flier!

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    Excellent shot Adam!
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    Very nice MD-82 Adam. I flown on those a number of times myself.
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    Rick, Jan, Blair, Jason, Larry, David, thank you gents.

    Rick, The original model marketing name by McDonnell Douglas was the DC-9 Super 80, following on from prior "Super" monikers for the Stretch DC-8. IATA equipment code was D98, as you would find in the OAG and elsewhere. As an earlier operator (not the first, but earlier than others) AA ordered the DC-9-80 and it entered service within a couple of years of the series of DC-10 disasters. "DC"-anything was not a popular term with the flying public at the time, so AA just called it the Super 80 in brochures and the emergency cards, and labeling it so on the aircraft. That name carried on with AA even after McDD officially rebranded the type as the MD80-series. AA literature and Sabre in-house bookings reflected the type S80.

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    Thanks for the clarification Adam! I have always liked the MD series downloads that I have added to my aircraft inventory. They are great fliers and very few issues, if any, with them!

    Rick

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