What went wrong /n/?
Not being as good of a platform for growth as the 737 or A320. All things considered the MD-80 still did fairly well.
>built for 20 years, then developed into the Boeing 717 and built for another 8 yearsNothing apparently.
>Started as the DC-9 in the early 60s>Then evolved in the MD-80 in the 80s>Then as the MD-90 in the 90s>And finally became the 717 in 2000>Some Diesel 9 and Maddogs might keep flying as freight dogs until 2060Nothing went wrong anon, another wonder and success from Douglas that stood the test of time
>>1726238if only the MD-90 was able to establish itself before Boeing took over.
>>1728392>be told by manufacturer to use a certain type of oil for this mechanism to work as intended>dont>this is somehow surprising and unexpected when the mechanism fails
i always confuse the 727 and MD-80/90s
>>1728411Not only wrong oil, but wasn't even filled to 1/3rd of capacity. Faggot was too lazy to sit there for 45 minutes to fill the fucker.
>>1729322based MD-80 punishing bad maintenance practices.
How the fuck are their 2 MD-80 threads. Granted I don't know shit, and only know them cause of the jackscrew "scandal". So its the beta cassette of planes. BFD.