From: "David K. Cornutt" <email@example.com> Organization: Residential Engineering Date: 29 Jul 96 02:29:39 References: 1 2 3 4
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In article <airliners.1996.1296@ohare.Chicago.COM> David Lednicer, firstname.lastname@example.org writes: > Yes, late model Caravelles (10B, 10R, 11R and 12) all had JT8Ds. >Approximately 60 of these models were built. _Modern Commercial Aircraft_ sez: 10A (also known as Horizon): GE CJ805-23C engines. No note on how many were built. 10B1R, or 10R: JT8D-1 or -7, 20 built. 10B3 (also known as Horizon B): JT8D-1, -7, or -9 engines, 22 built. 11R: A combi configuration with a forward cargo door. JT8D-7 engines. 6 built. 12 (also known as Super Caravelle): JT8D-9 engines. 12 built. All earlier versions used RR Avon engines. The Caravelle had a remarkable production history. The first version went into service in May 1959, and the last Caravelle rolled off the line in March 1973. A total of 282 were built. 33 different airlines ordered Caravelles, and my reference estimates that over 85 airlines operated at least one Caravelle at one time or another. --- David K. Cornutt, Residentially Engineered, Huntsville, AL email: email@example.com I'm a rocket scientist. Don't tell me what TV I must see.