The Boeing B712 Aircraft is the Boeing 717-200 jet that was built by Boeing in Long Beach, California USA. The aircraft was originally designed by McDonald Douglas as the MD-95. McDonald Douglas merged with Boeing in 1997 and Boeing continued the aircraft program as the Boeing 717-200.
Why is the 717-200 also called the B712 aircraft? "B712" is the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) code for the aircraft. The ICAO code is used by aviation regulators, like the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), to identify the aircraft. The Boeing 717-200 ICAO code "B712" is used primarily by Air Traffic Control to identify the aircraft in their line of work. The Boeing B712 Jet code is also used by airlines, pilots and others in the industry to identify the aircraft in a shorter format. The official model name of the aircraft, however is the Boeing 717-200.
To learn more about the Boeing B712 airplane visit the following pages that cover the aircraft in detail.
Boeing B712 Jet Overview: Here you can learn about the history of the aircraft and when production of the airplane ended. Boeing B712 jet production lasted from October 1999 to May 2006. You can also read about an overview of the aircraft on this page.
Boeing B712 Specifications - Dimensions: Here you can find the detailed specifications and dimensions on the jet. Our team has complied all of the important B712 specifications and dimensions into one page. Visit the page to learn more about the commercial jet.
Boeing B712 Cockpit - Flight Deck: Our cockpit and flight deck page has a complete overview on the flight deck of the B712 airplane. Learn about the systems that are located in the cockpit on this page.
Boeing B712 Engine - BR700-715 Series: McDonnell Douglas / Boeing selected Rolls-Royce to build the engine for the B712. The engine is the BR700-715 series engine from Rolls-Royce. To learn more about the engine, including specifications, visit this page.
Boeing B712 For Sale: Here we discuss the sale market for the aircraft and allow listings of B712s for sale to shown on this page.
Boeing B712 Seat Map - Seating Chart: The seat map and B712 seating chart page contains full information and seat maps for the airlines that operate the aircraft. Here you can view the actual seat maps for each airline.
Boeing B712 Type Rating: On this page you can learn about the B712 aircraft type rating that is covered under the Douglas DC-9 type rating. Visit the page to learn about the type rating and how to obtain one.
Boeing B712 Training: Here you can find out more about training for the jet and who is providing training services for pilots and mechanics / engineers on the B-712 aircraft.
Boeing B712 For Lease: Our lease page has an overview of the lease market for the aircraft and allows companies to list their 717s for lease on the page.
Boeing B712 Price: Here we have full information on the pricing of the B712 jet from the beginning of the program to the end. Also find out what a used B712 airplane costs.
Boeing B712 Interior - Cabin: This page has information on the interior or cabin of the aircraft. Here you can learn about the detail of the cabin.
Boeing B712 Winglets: Here you can find out about if the aircraft has options for winglets.
Boeing B712 Delta Air Lines: We have full information on Delta's operation of the B712 jet, that includes the history and configuration of the aircraft.
Boeing B712 AirTran Airways - Southwest Airlines: Here you can learn more about the launch customer of the jet, AirTran, and the ending of AirTran Airways by Southwest.
Boeing B712 Range: Here you can learn more about the range of the aircraft for both the BGW and HGW versions. Also see the range map for the jet.
Boeing B712 Hawaiian Airlines: This page has information on the Hawaiian B712 and the layout of the commercial jet.
Boeing B712 Qantas - QantasLink: Just like our other airlines pages, this page has the full information on Qantas' operation of the B712 under the QantasLink brand. View the seating configuration of the Qantas B712 on this page.
Boeing B712 First Class: Here you can learn more about the configuration of the first class / business class on the aircraft.
Boeing B712 TWA Trans World Airlines: You can learn about the -231 version of the 717, which is TWA's Boeing 717s.
Boeing B712 Simulator: This page has the details on the full motion simulators for the aircraft and the simulators available for computers.
Boeing B712 Operators: Here you can view all of the operators of the aircraft.
Boeing B712 Seating Configuration Layout: This page goes over all of the seating configurations and layouts of the aircraft.
Boeing B712 Fuel Burn Consumption: Information on the fuel burn of the jet aircraft is found here.
Boeing B712 Blue1: On this page you can learn about Blue1's operations of the aircraft. Blue1 is an SAS Group company.
Boeing B712 Business Express Private Jet: This page contains information on Boeing's business express version of the jet. This was launched in 2003, however it appears that none were ever produced.