Re: differents in DC10-30 and -40

Date:         28 Jul 97 01:13:29 
From:         kls@ohare.Chicago.NOSPAM.COM (Karl Swartz)
Organization: Chicago Software Works, Menlo Park, California
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Marc Schaeffer wrote:
>The DC10-30 and -40 are both long range versions of the DC10 series. The
>-30 is powered by 3 CF6-50C2B engines rated at 227 kN. The -40 is
>powered by 3 PW JT9D59A2 engines rated at 236 kN.

JAL's DC-10-40s have JT9D-59A (not -59A2) engines.  Northwest's have
either JT9D-20 or -20J engines.

Similarly, the DC-10-30 comes with a variety CF6-50 series engines.
Northwest has two with the -50C2B variant you mention (yes, Northwest
has both DC-10-30s and -40s) but the others have -50C engines.  The
-50C2 seems to be the most popular choice -- the other US majors all
seem to have them on their DC-10-30s, as do British Airways and the
former Lufthansa planes.

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