Australia; Finland; Greece; Mexico; Spain; Thailand; Turkmenistan; United States
- Commercial Market
124.02 ft (37.8 m)
93.50 ft (28.5 m)
29.53 ft (9 m)
67,495 lb (30,615 kg)
121,254 lb (55,000 kg)
(Showcased weight values pertain to the Boeing Model 717-200 production model)
2 x Rolls-Royce BR75-A1-30 or BR715-C1-30 turbofan engines developing 18,920lb to 21,430lb of thrust each.
36,089 feet (11,000 m; 6.84 miles)
2,371 miles (3,815 km; 2,060 nm)
(Showcased performance values pertain to the Boeing Model 717-200 production model; Compare this aircraft entry against any other in our database)
(Showcased armament details pertain to the Boeing Model 717-200 production model)
Model 717 - Base Series Designation
Model 717-100 - Proposed 86-seat version
Model 717-100X - Rebranding of proposed 717-100; cancelled.
Model 717-100X Lite - Proposed 75-seat model version of the -100 series.
Model 717-200 - Base Production Model
Model 717-300X - Proposed stretched-fuselage version; cancelled.
Model 717 BE - Business Express jet; proposed conversion from Model 717-200 variant.
MD-95-30 - Proposed variant under McDonnell Douglas brand label.
MD-95-30ER - Proposed variant under McDonnell Douglas brand label.
MD-95-50 - Proposed variant under McDonnell Douglas brand label.
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