The 300-seat DC-10 was designed by Douglas Aircraft Company to offer slightly less seating capacity than the 747 Jumbo Jet. The distinguishing feature of the DC-10 is its three-engine configuration consisting of two wing-mounted engines and one engine at the base of the fin. The DC-10 is used on both domestic and international routes. The international version of this aircraft features extra landing gear on the fuselage.
|Standard seating capacity||318|
|Maximum take-off weight||196.9t|