The McDonnell Douglas/Boeing MD-80 family is a series of five-abreast single-aisle airliners developed by McDonnell Douglas.
It was produced by the developer company until August 1997 and then by Boeing Commercial Airplanes. Stretched, enlarged wing and powered by higher bypass Pratt & Whitney JT8D-200 engines. The first airliner was delivered to launch customer Swissair on September, 1980.
The larger variants (MD-81/82/83/88) are 45.1 m long to seat 155 passengers in coach and, with varying weights, can cover up to 4 720 km. The MD-87 is 5.3 m shorter for 130 passengers in economy and has a range up to 5 400 km.
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