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McDonnell Douglas DC10
McDonnell Douglas DC10
McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30s are operated in two configurations by the British Airways Group, depending on the routes flown.

Seating Plan



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Total in service

7

Future deliveries/options:

0/0

Capacity

Up to 311 passengers, and 34,953 lbs (15.8 tonnes) of cargo

Seating:

First - 12 x Individual Private Cabins
New Club World - 35 x 2:3:2, @ 50" (127 cm) pitch
World Traveller - 171 x 2:5:2, @ 32 ins (82 cm) pitch
Two Class configuration
Club World - 32, 2:3:3, @ 40 ins (102cm) pitch
World Traveller - 279, 2:5:2, @ 30-31 ins (79cm) pitch

Range

5,834 miles (9,335 km)

ULD Configuration

Compartment 1 - Two AAP and four AKE
Compartment 2 - Two AAP
Compartment 3 - Ten AKE
Compartment 4 - Bulk-loaded cargo only

Engines

Three General Electric CF6-50C2s, each producing 52,500 lbs (234 KN) thrust

Take-off speed

213 mph (343 kph)

Cruising speed and height:

558 mph (898 kph/Mach 0.82), at 35,000 ft (10,668 m)

Landing speed:

177 mph (285 kph)

Autoland capability:

Category 3A (DH, 20 ft; landing RVR, 175 m; take-off RVR, 150 m)

Length

181ft 7ins (55.3m)

Wingspan

165ft 4ins (50.4m)

Height

58 ft 1 ins (17.7 m)

Fuselage width:

19 ft 9 ins (6 m)

Fuel capacity:

30,521 Imperial gallons (138,790 litres/110,950 kgs)

Fuel consumption:

2,063 Imperial gallons (9,376 litres/7,500 kgs) per hour

Maximum take-off weight:

572,000 lbs (259 tonnes)

Landing gear:

Eight main wheels (tyres 190 lbs sq in), two centre wheels (tyres 160 lbs sq in) and two nose wheels (tyres 170 lbs sq in)

Flight crew:

Two pilots and one flight engineer

Cabin crew:

10 to 11, depending on route and service type

Utilisation:

11.96 hours/day average an aircraft

Introduced:

1988 (with the acquisition of British Caledonian, which had operated the aircraft since 1976. British Airways had operated some DC10s on lease during the 1970s)

Average age:

17.6 years

Routes:

Longhaul services from Gatwick to the Americas and Bermuda



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