Back to Squawk list
  • 31

Delta To Fly Final MD-88 and -90 Flights On June 2, 2020

eklendi
 
Delta has set a retirement date for its fleet of MD-88s and MD-90s. (www.gatechecked.com) Daha Fazlası...

Sort type: [Top] [Newest]


patpylot
a great airliner for pilots, airline accountants and paying passengers for many years and millions of revenue miles. Hate to see good friends leave the party too soon.........
bdarnell
bdarnell 5
Adios, Angry Puppies. You did good.
SmokedChops
SmokedChops 4
I don't know, there was always something reassuring about a salt & pepper haired driver in the front left seat, and a pair of salt & pepper haired JT-8D's out back. Good dog! <tosses a treat>
boughbw
Brian Bough 7
Farewell, Mad Dogs!
ADXbear
ADXbear 3
Only hope some go to schools to teach.. good job Mad Dog.. you will be missed..

How boring will the worlds aviation fleets look now..sad
MichaelParadise
What an anticlimactic end to such an amazing airplane era...wish it had received a proper send off like Delta did for the L1011 and 747..end of an era of a workhorse in the USA
talktalatka
F A 5
No more Atlanta “dog pound”....end of an era of DC-9 types flying out of ATL, so sad.
rdlink
rdlink 2
Nostalgia abounds. But as a passenger I always hated flying them. Good riddance, I say.
andyc852
They are still flying the 717. Was that not a derivative?
RetiredCaptain
Jasper Buck 2
The 717 is just another model of the DC-9. -10s -30s, -50s, -80s, -90s. All the same bird. Some differences of course, e.g. length, pax capacity, engines, etc. but all DC-9s. And all of them (and me) growing old.

Best

Capt. J Buck
ATP DC-9 (1200 hours PIC time)
silcalifano
The 717 had hydraulic spoilers compared to torsion bars, glass cockpits and a much better vacuum toilet system compared to the individual toilet tanks and pumps. All were tight, hard to work on and like all Douglas designed aircraft built like a battleship!
Muchits
Muchits 2
The 717 was a derivative of the DC-9
Propwash122
MD80s, MD90, 717 (was MD95): all derived from DC9
RetiredCaptain
Jasper Buck 3
The FAA's DC-9 type certificate data sheet is A6WE. That's the official type designation data. There is no DC-9-95. The official DC-9 list goes from the MD-90-30 to the 717-200. Note also that on the FAA's official type designation data there is no B, DC, or MD in front of 717-200. All that can be found here; https://rgl.faa.gov/.

As an aside when a pilot takes their type rating ride in any DC-9 whether a -10 -90 or the 717 their certificate is amended to read DC-9. See https://www.faa.gov/documentLibrary/media/Advisory_Circular/Ac61-89e.pdf.

Best

J Buck
ATP DC-9
Muchits
Muchits 1
Correct
pilotjag
pilotjag 1
So sad... Not only is it the end of an era for the Mad Dogs, but I never got a chance to fly on ANY MD-80 variant. This literally makes me so upset I never got that opportunity :(
jrgp1
jrgp1 1
Thank you for your service and for a job well done!

Giriş

Hesabınız yok mu? Kişiselleştirilmiş özellikler, uçuş uyarıları ve daha fazlası için şimdi (ücretsiz) üye olun!
Bu web site tanımlama bilgileri kullanmaktadır. Bu web siteyi kullanarak ve bu sitede gezinerek, bunu kabul etmiş olursunuz.
Kapat
FlightAware uçuş takibinin reklamlarla desteklendiğini biliyor muydunuz?
FlightAware.com'dan gelen reklamlara izin vererek FlightAware'in ücretsiz kalmasını sağlamamıza yardım edebilirsiniz. harika bir deneyim sunmak adına reklamlarımızı anlamlı ve öne çıkmayacak şekilde tutmak için yoğun şekilde çalışıyoruz. FlightAware'deki whitelist adsreklamları güvenilir olarak görmek hızlı ve kolaydır, veya lütfen premium hesaplarımıza geçmeyi düşünün.
Kapat