From: email@example.com (Larry Stone) Organization: InterServe Communications, Inc. Date: 10 Apr 96 02:17:40 References: 1 2 3
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In article <airliners.1996.474@ohare.Chicago.COM>, FilipPC.DeVos@rug.ac.be (Filip De Vos) wrote: >: The upper deck door on the -300 and -400 is hinged at the top and >: swings up, as opposed to swinging out and to the side as on the main >: deck doors, or pulling up and into the fuselage like on a DC-10. I > >No, that is on the L-1011. DC-10 (and MD-11, as well as Airbus) doors, >swing out and to the side, but maintain their orientation with respect to >the fuselage, while Boeing doors rotate. No, DC-10 doors (like the 767) are motorized and do, as the first poster said, pull up into the fuselage wall. -- -- Larry Stone --- firstname.lastname@example.org Belmont, CA, USA My opinions, not United's.