Boeing small Planes

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According to Boeing, the company had held talks with the Brazilian regional jet manufacturer Embraer. sspan class="mw-headline" id="Development">Entwicklung[edit] Boeing 717 is a twin-engine, single-aisle nozzle airplane designed for the 100-seater segment of the commercial aviation industry....

ValuJet Airlines (later AirTran Airways) placed the first order in October 1995; McDonnell Douglas and Boeing fused in 1997 ahead of manufacturing. In 1999 the plane was put into operation as Boeing 717. By July 2018, 148 Boeing 717 airplanes were in operation [update].

When McDonnell Douglas was taken over by[18] Boeing in August 1997, most sector analysts anticipated that Boeing would stop developing the MD-95. Boeing did, however, decide to continue the rebranding under the new name Boeing 717. While Boeing seemed to have omitted the 717 when the 720 and 727 followed the 707, the 717 was the company's number for the Stratotanker KC-135.

One Boeing historical finds that the Luftwaffe fuel plane was described as'717-100' and the passenger plane as '717-200'. Basic airplane with 100 seat. MD-95-50: a slightly bigger plane with 122 passenger capacities. <font color="#ffff00">-==- proudly presents Boeing.com. Returned on June 30, 2015. The Boeing 717.

Airliners from Boeing. Archives from the originals on 13 May 2011. Returned on July 4, 2015. Boeing delivers the final 717s; completion of commercial production in California" (press release). Boeing. Returned on June 30, 2015. Air International June 1980, p. 293. Boeing: Boeing. Archives from the orginal on 2. March 1999.

Returned on July 16, 2015. <font color="#ffff00">-==- proudly presents Returned on July 16, 2015. Boeing: Archives from the originals on 16 February 2013. Returned on July 16, 2015. Boeing: Archives from the originals on 8 March 2013. Returned on July 16, 2015. Cup 2002, p. 106. Cup 2002, p. 107.

Boeing: Story -- Higher, quicker, further -- The Boeing Company.... Archives from the originals, 24 January 2008. Returned on July 3, 2015. The Boeing Frontiers Magazin, October 2005, Aerospace Notebook: Boeing 717 Operating Report". 5 to 11 June 2001. Returned on July 4, 2015. Continuation of fleet renewal with Boeing 717-200s".

Boeing (April 11, 2000). "Impulsfluggesellschaften are the first in Australia with 717s" (press release). Bounced 2015-07-08. Boeing (January 9, 2001). "Impulses Airline Boeing 717-200 Kakadu lifts off for home" (press release). Bounced 2015-07-08. Returned on July 1, 2015. "`QantasLink replaces BAe146s with Boeing 717s'' (press release). Bounced 2015-07-07. Lamb, Warren (May 28, 2002).

"The Boeing 717: Developed for airline profitability" (press release). Returned 2015-06-30. i ^ a p "Boeing Releases Proposed 717-300X Rendering" (press release). Bounced 2015-07-07. Boeing 2001 Annual Review Archived on September 23, 2015 on the Wayback Machine. Boeing's 717 reaches the hundredth shipment. 12 June 2002. Returned on July 9, 2015. Boeing is fully commited to the 717 program and the 100-seat market".

Boeing. Archives from the originals on 17 February 2002. Returned on July 11, 2015. Returned on June 30, 2015. Boeing to accept fees for USAF 767 tanker costs and complete 717 production" (press release). Boeing. Returned on July 3, 2015. "Like the Boeing that no one wanted, it became a planes that airline companies search the planets for."

Returned on March 11, 2018. <font color="#ffff00">-==- proudly presents 1 April 1998 - Page 31 "Classic taking shape" ^ Boeing (10 June 1998). "The first 717-200 passenger jet is launched by Boeing" (press release). Bounced 2015-07-03. The Boeing Company (June 18, 2002).

"At the ceremony Boeing will deliver the 100. 717-200 Twinjet" (press release). Bounced 2015-07-09. Boeing will deliver the 100. 717-200. 18 June 2002. Returned on July 11, 2015. Boeing to deliver 100. 717-200 Twinjet at the ceremony" (press release). 18 June 2002. Bounced 2015-07-09. Archives from the originals on 15 December 2007. BMW Rolls-Royce power plant for the Boeing 717. boeing.com.

Boeing. Returned on December 20, 2016. Archives from the orginal on 22.11.2001. Returned on July 13, 2015. Boeing. Archives from the PDF file of November 22, 2001. Returned on July 13, 2015. Boeing, May 2011. Backed off: 3 July 2015. Boeing presents 717 Business Express at EBACE 2003". Boeing, May 7, 2003. Bounced 2018-08-21.

Deltas extends its fleet by Boeing 717 airplanes. frequentbusinesstraveler.com. http://www.airportspotting. Com/Catching-boeing Prototyp Prototypes Aircraft/ Returned 2016-08-08-08. Boeing 717 Types List". Aviation Safety. net, June 11, 2018. Boeing 717 Typ Index. Boeing. Juli, 2002. Twinjets Douglas, DC-9, MD-80, MD-90 and Boeing 717. Crowood Press, 2002.

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