BOEING 717 Aviation Parts list page 1

The Boeing 717 is considered a twin-engine, single-aisle jet airliner that belongs to the 100-seat market. The aircraft was developed and promoted by McDonnell Douglas as the MD-95 which is derived from the DC-9.

The first flight was on September of 1998, followed by a second development 717 on October 26. Then the certification was granted on September of the following year. And the first delivery was made to AirTran of the same year.

Companies who were involved in the development of the 717 were Korean Air (nose), Alenia (fuselage), AIDC of Taiwan (empennage), Israel Aircraft Industries (undercarriage), Fischer of Austria (interior), and ShinMaywa of Japan (engine pylons and horizontal stabilizers. The final assembly took place at Boeing's Long Beach plant. v

The initial companies who ordered the 717 were Pembroke Leasing, AeBal, Airtran, Bangkok Air, Bavaria International Leasing, Olympic Aviation, Hawaiian Airlines, Impulse Airlines, Midwest Express Airlines, Qantas Link, Turkmenistan Airlines, Siam Reap Air, and Trans World Airlines

The specifications are the following


Passengers, typical seating - 106 (2 class) 117 (1 class)


Length 124 ft 0 in (37.8 m)

Wing span 93 ft 5 in (28.47 m)

Tail height 29 ft 1 in (8.92 m)


Max takeoff weight 110,000 lb (49,900 kg)

Speed and Range

Max range 1,430 nmi (2,645 km)

Typical Cruising speed Mach 0.77 (570 mph, 917 km/h)


(2x) Rolls Royce BR715-A1-30

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ATAPart NumberA/C TypeRFQ
TCAS 066-50000-2221BOEING 717
EISPANEL 4059013-901BOEING 717
CFDIU 4059040-920BOEING 717
COMPUTER TCAS 34940-0300-001BOEING 717
FDAMS 967-0214-001BOEING 717


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