McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 Private Charter Flights and Prices
The DC-10 family was introduced in 1971 as a medium to long haul aircraft. It was amongst European airlines, with 168 delivered to over 2 dozen customers.
|Length||182.09 ft||55.50 m|
|Wing Span||165.39 ft||50.41 m|
|Height||58.07 ft||17.70 m|
|Bag. Capacity||23 ft³||1 m³|
|Length||135.99 ft||41.45 m|
|Width||18.77 ft||5.72 m|
|Height||7.91 ft||2.41 m|
|Area||- ft³||- m³|
|Charter Rate||16,000 USD/hour||16,000 EUR/hour|
|IFR Range||6,504 nm||12,045 km|
|Cruise Speed||490 KTAS||907 km/h|
|Certified Ceiling||33,400 ft||10,180 m|
|Rate of Climb||2,900 ft/m||884 m/m|
|Takeoff Distance||10,400 ft||3,170 m|
|Landing Distance||5,350 ft||1,631 m|
|Max Takeoff Weight||580,000 lbs||263,084 kg|
|Max Landing Weight||403,000 lbs||182,798 kg|
|Useful Weight||312,803 lbs||141,885 kg|
|Payload with Full Fuel||106,550 lbs||48,330 kg|
More about the McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30
The DC-10 family was introduced in 1971 as a medium to long haul aircraft. The aircraft became one of the iconic images of the "Golden Era" of air transportation. The DC-10-30 was one of many variants of the DC-10 developed by McDonnell Douglas to fit several performance niches. The DC-10-30's design function was to compete with the Douglas DC-8, and the Lockheed L1011 long range aircraft. This aircraft gained particular popularity amongst European airlines, with 168 delivered to over 2 dozen customers during those years.
Key Features of the McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30
The DC-10-30 has the ability to carry a maximum of 380 passengers in a single class, 285 in a 2 class, and 255 in a 3 class configuration. The standard coach seating is 8 abreast, with 6 abreast in a first and business class configuration. The DC-10-30 comes with 8 fully enclosed lavatories, and 6 galleys for food preparation. The aircraft also has ample overhead bin and cargo space.
Capabilities of the McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30
The DC-10-30 is designed to be a long haul transoceanic aircraft. The DC-10-30 has a 6600 mile range. This gives the DC-10-30 an incredible reach and can fly from New York to Dubai with another 300 miles to spare. The DC-10-30 is also extremely fast with a maximum cruising speed of 610 miles per hour, at a maximum altitude of 42,000 ft.
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