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McDonnell Douglas DC-9 Flies Into Retirement


NPR - Jan 11, 2014
The McDonnell Douglas DC-9, a plane that once ruled the skies, is finally retiring. The DC-9 first took flight in 1965 and production stopped in 1982. While most airlines phased the planes out in the '90s, Delta overhauled its fleet and kept them in ...
 

The iconic aircraft disappearing from the skies – including the 747


Telegraph.co.uk - Nov 13, 2017
McDonnell Douglas DC-9. McDonnell Douglas has been defunct since 1997, but its aircraft can still be seen, though in ever decreasing numbers. Almost 1,000 DC-9s were built, but fewer than 100 are still in the sky, almost all of which are running cargo ...
 

Eclipse 2017: Some turn to planes, helicopters, rafts or bikes to avoid traffic


OregonLive.com - Aug 17, 2017
One charter is using a McDonnell Douglas DC-9 jet, which can accommodate as many as 135 people. "I can't tell you who because I had to sign a piece of paper that I wouldn't," Berg said, when asked. The airport is bringing in a temporary tower to help ...
 

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Delta Air Lines McDonnell Douglas DC 9 51 N670MC Taking off from Charlotte Douglas Intl


 

McDonnell Douglas DC-9 - Landing & Takeoff


A McDonnell Douglas DC-9-33(F) operated by Kalitta Air Charters II lands and takes off from a snowy Gander International Airport ( CYQX ).
 

McDonnell Douglas DC 9-30 To Be Auctioned!


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Takeoff of a McDonnell Douglas DC-9 jet


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Crash Course Aircraft: McDonnell Douglas DC-9


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