Technical Aircraft Information Boeing 717-200

Boeing 717-200 General
Aircraft
Boeing 717-200
Type
Short range airliner

Boeing 717-200 Program Milestones
First Order Boeing 717
October 19, 2006
Roll-out
February 10, 1998
First Flight
September 9, 1998
Certification
September 9, 1999
First Delivery
September 23, 1999
In service since
October 12, 1999
In service with
AirTran Airways
Last Delivery
May 23, 2006

Boeing 717-200 Aircraft Dimensions
Cross Section
11 feet (3,4 m)
Wing Span
93 feet 4 inch (28,4 m)
Stabilo Span
36 feet 10 inch (11,2 m)
Length
112 feet 8 inch (34,3 m)
Height
29 feet 8 inch (9,0 m)

Boeing 717-200 Weights

GE Engines
Baseline
HGW Version
Maximum Taxi Weight
111.000 lbs
122.000 lbs
Max Take-off Weight
110.000 lbs
121.000 lbs
Max Landing Weight
102.000 lbs
110.000 lbs
Max Zero Fuel Weight
96.000 lbs
100.500 lbs
Operating Empty Weight
67.500 lbs
68.500 lbs
Max Structural Payload
28.500 lbs
32.000 lbs
Max Cargo
935 Cubic feet
730 Cubic feet
Usable Fuel
24.609 lbs
29.500 lbs

Boeing 717-200 Seating
Boeing 717-200 short range economy class seating
Boeing 717-200 three class configuration
One Class
117 Pax
Two Class
108 Pax
Boeing 717-200 cabin configuration

Boeing 717-200 Powerplants
Rolce Royce BR715-A1-30
18.500 lb
Rolce Royce BR715-C1-30
21.000 lb

Boeing 717-200 Range
1,430 nautical miles (2,645 km)

Prices all variants - ($ in Millions)
Model out of production - no prices current

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Boeing 717-200 General Information
Boeing 717-200 is a twin-engine aircraft designed for short-haul short-field operations. It can carry 106 passengers in a mixed class configuration up to a range of approximately 2000 miles. It is designed to sustain daily 8 to 12 one-hour flights for fast turnaround at airport gates.

The Boeing 717-200 is powered by two advanced BMW/Rolls-Royce BR715 high-bypass-ratio engines. The BR715 engine is rated at 18,500 pounds of takeoff thrust, with lower fuel consumption, reduced exhaust emissions and significantly lower noise levels than the power plants on comparable airplanes. The thrust is uprated to 21,000 pounds for the high-gross-weight option airplanes. An optional airstair under the main entry door number 1 allows operation at airports where there are no loading bridges or portable stairs.

The Boeing 717-200 was last deliverd on May 23, 2006. A large 717 operator is AirTran and uses the aircraft for short range flights troughout the United States.

Bankok Air  taxiing out for another short range flight


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