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The first plane was finished in , and it was called the Boeing Boeing stopped making s in May The DC-9 was a brand new design. The DC-9 first flew in Airlines began to use it later that year.
The MD was the second family of DC It was a longer version of the DC , and it had more fuel and new engines. Nearly 1, MDs were made from to The MD was designed from the MD series.
It first flew in The MD was longer and had a glass cockpit. Only MDs were made. McDonnell Douglas said that it thought the MD would become a family of aircraft.
The MD was made to replace the DC The MD had new engines, cockpit and it was more modern. It could also have had the Rolls-Royce Tay However, in , McDonnell Douglas began to look for a cheap place to make the planes.
However, Boeing decided to keep making it, but call it something else: the Boeing A United States Air Force plane was called the "" and the airliner was called the "".
At first, Boeing was not very successful at selling the The first Boeing s began to be made in May A small Australian airline bought many s, but it was eventually merged with Qantas.
This meant that Qantas had some s that it did not want. However, Qantas soon saw that the was quite good. It was bigger and faster than the BAe , which Qantas was using at the time.
It was also cheaper to use. Qantas bought more s, as well as Hawaiian Airlines and Midwest Airlines.
The 's main rivals are the Airbus A and the Embraer E It was coming from behind me, blowing on my head and neck. No way to stop or adjust it.
I was freezing! There was a window but you could only see the engine. It was also very loud and bumpy. Usually one of the last places flight attendants come and cramped.
The tray is in the armrest so the seat is narrower than normal. The seat belt does not allow extensions, even though it is not an exit row.
It's at least an inch or two more than the MD, and I was able to stretch my legs on multiple occasions. The seat reclined. It has a USB port and a power outlet, which was great considering their absence on my previous flight.
In the end, greaf flight. Not sure what reg my bird was the original had an engine issue, so they gave us a new aircraft , but it looked fairly new with eyebrow windows ; it was a short-ish flight of about two and a half hours from MSP to BOS.
The cabin width is the same as the old DC-9 and MD but felt a lot less cramped. Confirming comment below that this is a really bad seat.
Don't be lured by prospect of xtra leg room and forward seating. The angle into aisle is so bad; lucky no one in mid seat bc i just leaned over into it whole time.
Maybe could be solved by waiting to end to board if you dont have carry-on? Seat was completely average. Nothing great, nothing terrible. Definitely quieter up there than the back of the plane.
Legroom was ok at best, seats were adequately padded, and recline was fine. For a 2. Very bad exit row seat.
The rest of the regular seats have more leg room than this seat. This seat was average. Padding very thin but headrest was nice.
Three USB power outlets per row in coach. No IFE on my flight. It was a night flight and they gave us two snacks instead of one, plus the whole can of soda!!!
Wider fliers won't fit well in the seats, and the belts are slightly shorter than the ones on Southwest. I'm 6 feet tall and my knees touched the seat in front of me.
Seats and backs are so thin that I felt every move the kid behind me made, and when we took off I seriously worried that the seatback would come off and I'd crush the kid in 18E.
Also - only row 19 and seats 21A and 21E have additional leg room. Don't let them put you in row 20, because they're not really exit rows in terms of seat pitch or leg room.
Horrible seats. No windows. Full engine noise for more than 3 hours close to rear engines. Fixed seats. You must avoid these seats.
The sound is awesome on takeoff, definitely in my top 3 aircraft sounds! To everyone saying that the aircraft is loud, let me tell you, it is no louder than any other aircraft when your sitting next to the engine.
I fly row 1, either 1A or 1D, of the and MD88 often. There's no cutout for your feet, but I never have an issue walking around somebody to get to the restroom even with legs stretched.
First Class seats on this aircraft have virtually no recline, and the last row 3 has no recline. The tray table comes from the arm rest and gives less clearance for us big guys than Comfort Class.
Take Comfort Class instead and save money. The engine noise is unbearable. We wore earplugs and our ears are still ringing.
The overhead compartment is full of safety gear. The seats are cramped. The back of the plane smells like jet fuel prior to takeoff.
The entire plane is poorly built and should be grounded. Good seat, part of the exit row. No extra leg space though.
Dont ever accept this seat in middle if asile a s you get t bumped entire flight. Has window but the engine is right outside.
No view and noisy. I think this is a great seat. For one, there is no one to share with you, and to your left a whole lot of space.
There is a limited recline, but I am one of those passangers who do not recline, even in business and first class. There isn't a lot of leg room in front of you, but there is enough for me and I'm a big guy.
The best part is the space to your left. Plenty of room for stuff, for me, I kept my bag there so I didn't have to use the stowaway.
Engine is right outside the windows for this row. Blocks window view and causes a lot of noise. The Comfort Plus seat 12B was very stiff and had hard spots.
After the three hour flight, I experienced back pain which has not resolved after 16 hours. Despite my getting up and moving around every 30 to 45 minutes, the seat kept exerting more pressure at its hard points.
Also, the seat did not recline at all. Delta needs to investigate the use of better foam like that used for orthopedic cushions.
And they need to do a better job of maintaining the seats. Loved this seat - there really was a ton of leg room and the minimal separation between that row and 1st class basically a small curtain really added a sense of space.
Beware though - this seat didn't seem to have a tray table at all. If it was in the arm it wasn't working properly. Seat itself was comfortable.
Awesome view, you can see the engine and the wing. Seat was comfortable and service is great on board.
I am only 5'6" and barely had one inch between my knees and the seat in front of me. I am borderline claustrophobic and really had to concentrate to keep from loosing my mind.
I had a window seat and really felt trapped. Window is completely blocked by engine. Seats are serisouly cramped. Very uncomfortable.
Bad seat, small legroom, no outside view, a lot of noise and in my flight: really hot. And by bumped, I mean body checked and smacked by any laptop case, messenger bag, or purse that passenger may be carrying over their right shoulder as they navigate the bend in the aisle and realign themselves for the long walk down the main cabin aisle.
Enjoyed having two windows at my seat. Eco comfort and First aren't really divided at all through out the flight; curtain stays stowed.
Exit Row 19 is beautiful on this plane. Miles of legroom and a power outlet. No recline, but that's totally tolerable for the shorter routes flown by the The combination of no recline, no extra legroom and the tray table location make it unique on the aircraft and should be classified bad seat.
If you want two together you can opt for the A, B seats. I flew these seats and they were very uncomfortable. Delta BTW sells them as premium seats.
It was a great plane in Old by any standard today. The only good seats are in front of the wing or the exits. However prepare to freeze in flight and boil on the ground.
Seat 21A does recline however the recline button is stiff and you have to lean backwards to complete the action. Legroom great. Also alcohol was free and a snack provided.
Flight attendant said is was provided on this route. Great as they had Woodford reserve. Seat 29A was so bad I can't believe it's legal.
Completely claustrophobic, no window, ear splitting noise and vibrations I kept looking around to see if anyone was as miserable as me.
Couldn't wait to get off the plane. Delta has very little leg room on this flight. The seats are tricky on this , as if you try to recline the seat slides forward jamming your knees into the seat back in front of you.
Then is it is impossible to straighten your legs as the pivot point of the knee is 3" above the seat bottom. This is the worst seat, legroom wise, on the plane.
Delta's Customer service told me it was an economy comfort plus seat, but its not. My guess is " of legroom. Less than a stadard seat.
The plane is very loud especially the back restrooms. The seat was comfortable with the adjustable headrest and much quieter than the back of the plane.
Seat 29A is so close to the edge of the plane your head is touching the window. I knew i should've taken the DBA Express flight Do not sit in row 20 or 21 paid for upgrade not exit row leg room.
Less leg room than all seating. The put 2 seats in front very, very tight and i oaid for it. It shoukd be removed as an upgrade they are taking you money.
The window seats in rows 28 and 29 have no view because the engines are directly outside the windows. The engine intakes are exactly even with the back edge of the windows in row 27 so the view is limited.
Engine noise in all these rows is significant. I think these rows should at least be yellow because of this. Other that that is plane is comfortable and modern inside, with nice seats and easily accessible power ports.
The seat pitch is 4" more than BA's European business class and the seats are way better with power points.
In the fact the whole interior had a 'new' feel to it even though these aircraft went out of production in Do not sit at the front on the left side.
The ventilation system literally screams over your head. Very hard on the ears. I sat in 21A today and it was a great seat. Someone else said that it didn't recline, but mine did.
Lots of legroom I'm 6'4 so that's important and the seat padding was fairly comfortable. Didn't bother me but could be difficult for someone with hearing impairments.
Lav is directly in front of you so some smell could occur. Seat was comfortable other than those callouts. This seat does not recline though there is no exit row behind it.
None of the seats in row 21 recline. This seat is uncomfortable, like there is less cushion in the seat. But maybe this applies to the entire plane as I have only been in 21A for both legs of the trip.
This seat has no floor storage unless you can snag the space under 19A two rows ahead. I know the description of 20B is incorrect as there is floor space available for this seat.
Restricted Legroom in 1A New first class seats are less padded and feel uncomfortable after an hour. Seat pitch seems very tight for 31 inches, not sure that is right.
Im 6'4" and dont even come close to being comfortable. The end of the was brought about by the new regional jets that were starting to be produced by Bombardier of Canada and Embraer of Brazil.
The loss of a large Air Canada order to Bombardier sealed the s future. Boeing decided that it was no longer viable and in January announced that as soon as all orders were filled the production of the would stop.
In April the last and th Boeing rolled off the assembly line. AirTran was the first customer and also the last. This was also the.
Even though there was only one model or variant of the Boeing , that is the Not only was the higher gross weight rated to carry more payload, but it also had a greater range than the Basic option.
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I am a 32 year retired engineer from Boeing who mostly computed external loads on Cs and Bs, with knowledge of other military derivatives.
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