Boeing 717


Boeing 717-2K9, Olympic Aviation, SX-BOA, c/n 55056 / 5015 © Karsten Palt
Photo ©: Karsten Palt
The Boeing 717 is a twin-engined short-to-medium-range narrowbody airliner with a capacity of maximum 134 passengers produced by the American manufacturer Boeing Commercial Airplanes.
The Boeing 717 is a shortened development of the McDonnell Douglas MD-90. It was developed and initially marketed by McDonnell Douglas as the MD-95, it was renamed to Boeing 717 after the merger of McDonnell Douglas and Boeing. The Engine options are Rolls-Royce Deutschland BR700-715A1-30 or BR700-715C1-30.
Passengers106, max. 134
Propulsion2 Turbofan Engines
Engine ModelRolls-Royce BR700-715C1-30
Engine Power (each)95,3 kN21430 lbf
Speed811 km/h438 kts
  504 mph
Service Ceiling11.278 m37.000 ft
Range3.815 km2.060 NM
2.371 mi.
Empty Weight30.618 kg67.500 lbs
max. Takeoff Weight53.524 kg118.000 lbs
max. Landing Weight46.266 kg102.000 lbs
Wing Span28,45 m93 ft 4 in
Wing Area93,0 m1001 ft
Length37,81 m124 ft 1 in
Height8,92 m29 ft 3 in
First Flight02.09.1998
Production Statusout of production
Production Range1999-2006
Total Production156
Developed fromMcDonnell Douglas MD-90 (MD-95)
ICAO CodeB712
IATA Code717
Data for (Version)Boeing 717-200

[Photo-ID: 11513] Karsten Palt 2015-06-05
Boeing 717-2BD, Delta Air Lines, N959AT, c/n 55021 / 5057, Karsten Palt, 2015Boeing
Delta Air Lines
Reg.: N959AT
c/n: 55021 / 5057
[LAX International Airport (KLAX / LAX)]
[Photo-ID: 1676] Karsten Palt 2009-04-02
Boeing 717-2CM, Quantum Air, EC-HOA, c/n 55061 / 5019, Karsten Palt, 2009Boeing
Quantum Air
Reg.: EC-HOA
c/n: 55061 / 5019
[Stuttgart (EDDS / STR)]