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Boeing 717-200 (N960AT) - 6/17/17
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Boeing 717-200 (N960AT)




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Michael Wulfsohn
Nice! The clamshells open, and water and mist from the reverse thrust makes the photo appear more like a video!
Such a classic design.
Actually appears to be a DC-9-30.
Boeing renaming aircraft to their own livery and creation to me is ABSURD.
Robert Cowling
A name is all in the timing: "The first order was placed in October 1995 by ValuJet Airlines (later AirTran Airways); McDonnell Douglas and Boeing merged in 1997 prior to production. The airliner entered service in 1999 as the Boeing 717. Production ceased in May 2006 after 156 were built. There were 148 Boeing 717 aircraft in service as of July 2018." So, IF MD hadn't been bought out, the plane would have been the MD-95. I didn't realize that they were that rare. I've only flown in one, and it was s flight to remember...
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