Boeing 717

Boeing 717

Boeing 717 is a narrow body, twin engine, single aisle, jet airliner which was originally designed and marketed by McDonnell Douglas as the MD-95. It became part of the Boeing series after the merger between Boeing and McDonnel Douglas in 1997.

The aircraft was introduced in October 1999 with AirTran Airways. A total of 156 Boeing 717 were built before the production ceased in May 2006.

Role: Narrow-body jet airliner
Manufacturer
: Boeing
Country: United States
First flight: September 2, 1998
Introduction: October 12, 1999, (AirTran Airways)
Status: In service
Produced: 1998-2006

Variants

  • 717-200
  • 717 Business Express
  • 717-100 (-100X)
  • 717-100X Lite
  • 717-300X

Specifications

Length: 37.8 m (124 ft)
Seating: 106-134
MTOW: 110,000 lb (49,895 kg) – 121,000 lb (54,884 kg)
Range: 1,430 nmi (2,648 km) – 2,060 nmi (3,815 km)
Engine: 2x Rolls-Royce BR715