Boeing757100 wrote:We've basically only getting these threads for the classic Boeing planes we all know and love but why not go out on a limb and do Mcdonnell Douglas!
Since up until 2014, you could have flown on a DC-9-50 and up till 2011 you could fly DC-9-30s/40s with ease, that makes my list seem all the more pathetic.
pwm2txlhopper wrote:I don’t consider the MD-80s, -90, or the 717 a derivative of the DC-9. I’ve flown on many of those, too.
Yflyer wrote:MD-83: Alaska
717: Hawiianpwm2txlhopper wrote:I don’t consider the MD-80s, -90, or the 717 a derivative of the DC-9. I’ve flown on many of those, too.
I'm my opinion, if we're going to count the 737 Jurassic, Classic, NG, and Max as one family, then the DC-9, MD-80, 90, and 717 should be treated the same way.
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