Ilyushin96M
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McDonnell 220

Fri Mar 08, 2002 2:44 pm

Anyone heard much about this aircraft? It's being showed on Discovery Wings right now - a small bizjet-type aircraft, originally intended for cargo-carrying only, with four engines in pods slung under its wings. It never made it into production, and was only a prototype, losing out to government orders for the Lockheed Jet Star.

Any pictures anywhere?
 
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RE: McDonnell 220

Fri Mar 08, 2002 2:55 pm



I also think there is one on airliner.net somewhere but I cannot find it.

 
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RE: McDonnell 220

Fri Mar 08, 2002 3:19 pm

Also I think the plane is still around today in storage in Texas

N4AZ is Assigned
Assigned/Registered Aircraft Aircraft Description
Serial Number 1
Type Registration Corporation
Manufacturer Name MCDONNELL DOUGLAS
Certificate Issue Date 10/30/1985
Model 220
Status Valid
Type Aircraft Fixed Wing Multi-Engine
Type Engine Turbo-Jet
Pending Number Change None
Dealer No
Date Change Authorized None
Mode S Code 51124007
MFR Year None
Fractional Owner NO

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Registered Owner

Name GRECOAIR INC
Street 7309 BOEING DRIVE
City EL PASO State TEXAS Zip Code 79925
County EL PASO
Country UNITED STATES


Airworthiness

Engine Manufacturer WESTINGHSE
Classification Experimental
Engine Model J34WE & J30D
Category Compliance with CFR

A/W Date 03/17/1986

 
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RE: McDonnell 220

Fri Mar 08, 2002 3:32 pm

And I found the current photos on another website:

http://www1.airpics.com/showimg.php?imgid=10787

 
Braniff Place
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RE: McDonnell 220

Fri Mar 08, 2002 3:42 pm




Flygga thank you soo much for the pics, that is such a beautiful and most of all very interesting aircraft! it is soo sad it never made it into production. It reminds me of cartoon-like impressions of the Boeing 707. Thanks heaps again!
-Braniff Place
 
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RE: McDonnell 220

Fri Mar 08, 2002 4:33 pm

No problem Braniff Place, this plane has intrigued me since I found out a few years ago that it was still around. In fact I believe it is for sale. Here is ad I found on another web site:

SO YOU WANT THE ULTIMATE , ULTRA RARE TOY? HOW ABOUT A ONE OF A KIND, 4 ENGINE BIZ JET PROTOTYPE - 480 KNOT CRUISE, RESEMBLES A BABY BOEING 707 - BURNS LOTS OF GAS, BUT WHAT JET WITH THIS KIND OF SPEED DOESN"T?/ SHE ONLY HAS 650 HOURS TOTAL TME S/NEW AND IS ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS. HER NAME: McDONNELL 220, SERIAL NUMBER 1 & THE ONLY ONE. A TRAILER FULL OF SPARES (THE ONLY SPARES) GO WITH THIS BEAUTIUL MASTERPIECE. LICENSED EXPERIMENTAL AND READY TO GO. ASKING $750,000 - WILL LISTEN TO ALL SERIOUS OFFERS AND OR TRADES, UP OR DOWN.

Where else can you get a 4 engine jet airliner with only 650 hours total time and trailer full of spare part for only $750,000! What a steal!

Richard






 
timz
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RE: McDonnell 220

Sat Mar 09, 2002 8:34 am

Wonder if it still has J34s... can you get parts from Westinghouse?

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