McDonnell Douglas DC-10, Volume 10

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MBI Pub., 1998 - Transportation - 128 pages
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The fascinating story of the McDonnell Douglas DC-10. Launched in response to a requirement for a large-capacity, medium-range airliner, the DC-10 and its three-engine layout was a logical step between the fuel efficiency of a twin, and the power offered by a four-engine design. This information-packed volume covers the design, production, customers, and in-service record of the McDonnell Douglas DC-10 and all its variants.

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Gunter Endres is one of the world's most acknowledged technical writers and has written many books and articles during his 20-year professional writing career. Ancient ruins are one of his principal interests.

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