McDonnell Douglas DC-10

The McDonnell Douglas DC-10 is a wide-body airliner manufactured by McDonnell Douglas, with production commencing in the late 1960s. McDonnell Douglas aimed to create an aircraft to succeed the DC-8 for long-range flights in response to a requirement from American Airliners for a jet airliner capable of transporting over 250 passengers transcontinentally. The DC-10, characterized by its low-wing cantilever monoplane design, incorporated various configurations and structures inherited from its preceding DC models for cost-effective production. Powered by three General Electric C6-6D engines—two wing-mounted and one embedded in the tail and fuselage—the DC-10 became a significant player in the aviation industry.

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