Boeing 717: The Definitive Thread

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B717 Modification/Induction Status (MODS COMPLETE April 5, 2016)
Mods include DL seating config, WiFi, ISP

717 Cabin: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ivP3blUVDpw

B717s: 41 retired, 46 active, 4 parked (expect active total to be ~45-50)
N949AT 9500. (Entered March 22; finished July 17, 2015)
N940AT 9501. (Entered May 22; finished Oct 4, 2015). Parked 3/21/2020 (COVID-19) @ BHM
N942AT 9502
N943AT 9503. (Entered June 8; finished Sept 6, 2015)
N944AT 9504. (Entered June 4; finished Sept 14, 2015)
N945AT 9505. (Entered July 20; finished Feb 6, 2016)
N946AT 9506. (entered July 13; finished Dec 19, 2015)
N947AT 9507. (Entered June 25; finished Oct 23, 2015)
N948AT 9508. (Entered May 14; finished Aug 7, 2015)
N950AT 9509. (Entered July 16; finished Oct 12, 2015). Parked 3/21/2020 (COVID-19) @ BHM. Retired 12/31/2020
N951AT 9510. (Entered April 23; finished July 24, 2015)
N952AT 9511. (Entered May 22; finished Sept 27, 2015)
N953AT 9512
N954AT 9513
N955AT 9514
N956AT 9515. Retired 3/19/2020 @ BHM
N957AT 9516. Retired 3/19/2020 @ BHM
N958AT 9517. Retired 3/19/2020 @ VCV
N959AT 9518. Retired 3/19/2020 @ VCV
N960AT 9519. Retired 3/19/2020 @ BHM
N961AT 9520. Retired 3/19/2020 @ BHM

N988AT 9521
N963AT 9522. Parked 3/21/2020 (COVID-19) @ BHM. Retired 12/31/2020
N964AT 9523
N965AT 9524. (Entered Feb 22; finished May 31, 2015)
N966AT 9525. Parked 3/20/2020 (COVID-19) @ BHM
N967AT 9526. Parked 3/20/2020 (COVID-19) @ BHM. Retired 12/31/2020
N989AT 9527
N990AT 9528
N991AT 9529
N968AT 9530. Retired 4/13/2020 @ ILN
N969AT 9531. Retired 3/19/2020 @ SBD

N970AT 9532
N971AT 9533
N972AT 9534. Parked 4/13/2020 (COVID-19) @ ILN. Ferried to SBD 12/10/2020. Retired 12/31/2020
N992AT 9535. (Entered July 1; finished Jan 6, 2016). Retired 3/24/2020 @ VCV

N974AT 9536
N975AT 9537. Retired 3/19/2020 @ SBD
N993AT 9538
N994AT 9539. Retired 12/10/2020 @ SBD
N995AT 9540
N977AT 9541
N996AT 9542. (Entered April 26; finished Aug 7, 2015)
N978AT 9543
N979AT 9544
N997AT 9545. (Entered March 22; finished June 12, 2015)
N980AT 9546. (Entered April 13; finished July 19, 2015)
N998AT 9547
N981AT 9548
N982AT 9549. (Entered April 15; finished July 26, 2015)
N717JL 9550. (Entered March 12; finished June 22, 2015)
N891AT 9551 Retired 12/31/2020 @ SBD
N892AT 9552 Retired 12/31/2020 @ SBD

N893AT 9553
N894AT 9554. Retired 12/9/2020 @ SBD
N895AT 9555 Retired 12/31/2020 @ SBD
N896AT 9556
N899AT 9557. Retired 3/19/2020 @ BHM
N922AT 9558. Retired 4/13/2020 @ SBD
N923AT 9559. Retired 4/13/2020 @ SBD
N983AT 9560. (Entered Feb 4; finished April 23, 2015). Retired 4/13/2020 @ ILN. Ferried 1/21/2021 @ SBD

N938AT 9561 Retired 12/30/2020 @ SBD
N939AT 9562. (Entered Feb 22; finished May 14, 2015). Retired 3/19/2020 @ BHM

N936AT 9563. (Entered July 9; finished Nov 16, 2015). Retired 12/2/2020 @ BYH. Reactivated 4/23/2021
N935AT 9564.. Retired 4/14/2020 @ ILN
N934AT 9565 Retired 1/22/2021 @ SBD
N933AT 9566. Retired 3/19/2020 @ BHM

N930AT 9567. (Entered Feb 7; finished May 11, 2015). Retired 1/1/2021 @ SBD
N932AT 9568. (Entered June 25; finished Jan 5, 2016). Retired 12/31/2020 @ SBD

N607AT 9569
N929AT 9570
N928AT 9571
N927AT 9572
N926AT 9573
N925AT 9574
N924AT 9575. Parked 3/19/2020 (COVID-19) @ BHM
N608AT 9576. (Entered March 2; finished July 2, 2015)
N921AT 9577. Parked 3/11/2020 (COVID-19) @ BHM
N920AT 9578. Retired 4/6/2020 @ SBD
N919AT 9579. Parked 3/27/2020 (COVID-19) @ VCV
N915AT 9580. Retired 3/19/2020 @ VCV
N910AT 9581. Retired 3/30/2020 @ VCV
N906AT 9582. Retired 3/19/2020 @ VCV
N987AT 9583. Retired 3/19/2020 @ SBD
N986AT 9584. Parked 3/21/2020 (COVID-19) @ BHM. Exited storage 12/21/2020 to ATL
N985AT 9585. Retired 4/13/2020 @ ILN. Ferried 1/21/2021 @ SBD
N937AT 9586. Retired 4/14/2020 @ ILN
N987DN 9587. Exited mods April 5, 2016. Retired 12/10/2020 @ BYH
N988DN 9588. Exited mods March 5, 2016. Retired 4/13/2020 @ BYH

N989DN 9589. Exited mods March 10, 2016. Retired 12/9/2020 @ BYH
N603AT 9594. Retired 4/15/2020, COVID-19
@ ILN

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Old Jul 21, 13, 9:14 am
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Boeing 717: The Definitive Thread

http://www.delta.com/content/www/en_...oeing-717.html

Don't recall these being up there before.
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Old Jul 21, 13, 9:18 am
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Previously reported:

717 and 737-900ER seat maps now available
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Old Jul 21, 13, 9:21 am
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yipes, I'm a month late to the party. thanks.
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Old Jul 21, 13, 9:32 am
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Schedules for some of the first routes/flights using the 717 have been loaded as well: ATL-EWR starting Sept 19:

DL401 ATL 0855 EWR 1107
DL926 ATL 1510 EWR 1735
DL316 ATL 2145 EWR 2357

DL485 EWR 0900 ATL 1121*(starts Sep 20)
DL401 EWR 1145 ATL 1402
DL926 EWR 1815 ATL 2043
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Old Jul 21, 13, 11:15 am
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Originally Posted by elkapong View Post

Please follow this conversation on the above referenced thread.

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Old Aug 3, 13, 11:47 am
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First Delta 717 Painted

Spotted this on A.net
Photo in the link.

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Old Aug 3, 13, 12:05 pm
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Thanks for sharing. Any cabin shots?

Why is 1R not a full door on the 717? Not enough room in the galley area? Seems like it would be a PITA for catering and others servicing the aircraft. Wasn't a full door an option on some DC9's?
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Old Aug 3, 13, 3:53 pm
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Originally Posted by FitTraveler View Post
Thanks for sharing. Any cabin shots?

Why is 1R not a full door on the 717? Not enough room in the galley area? Seems like it would be a PITA for catering and others servicing the aircraft. Wasn't a full door an option on some DC9's?
Not sure if it was an option, but all DL 88/90/DC9 have a small door at 1R.
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Old Aug 3, 13, 5:27 pm
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I look forward to flying her.
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I look forward to flying her.
I consider the 717 a male aircraft due to its aft-mounted engines and short length.
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Old Aug 3, 13, 5:38 pm
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i consider the 717 a male aircraft due to its aft-mounted engines and short length.
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Old Aug 3, 13, 5:52 pm
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I consider the 717 a male aircraft due to its aft-mounted engines and short length.
Its not what you have, its how you use it!
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I consider the 717 a male aircraft due to its aft-mounted engines and short length.
What guy brags about his short fuselage??
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Originally Posted by FitTraveler View Post
What guy brags about his short fuselage??
I consider long sleek aircraft to be more feminine than short stubby ones, and consider wing mounted engines to be more feminine than tail-mounted engines.

Particularly, I find most McDonnell Douglas aircraft to be masculine. The exceptions are the DC-8 and MD-90. I consider the L-1011 to be more feminine than the DC-10 due to the aft-mounted engine being in an S-duct.
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Originally Posted by Delta 764 View Post
I consider long sleek aircraft to be more feminine than short stubby ones, and consider wing mounted engines to be more feminine than tail-mounted engines.

Particularly, I find most McDonnell Douglas aircraft to be masculine. The exceptions are the DC-8 and MD-90. I consider the L-1011 to be more feminine than the DC-10 due to the aft-mounted engine being in an S-duct.
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