TSS - DC-9 JT8D Sound Pack1

TSS - DC-9 JT8D Sound Pack

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Turbine Sound Studios presents the Mighty DC-9 JT8D engine soundpack for FS2004.
The thing about the DC-9`s engines are, that they make a lot more noise,
than the newer MD-8X series engines (Due to noise restrictions)
You just gotta love that old high pitch whine.
We have recorded that famous roar and whine...
So your chance to control that noise yourself is here.

Douglas launched the DC-9 development project in April 1963, intending the DC-9 as a short-range companion to their larger four engine DC-8.[1] Unlike the competing but slightly larger Boeing 727, which used as many 707 components as possible, the DC-9 was an all-new design. The DC-9 features two rear fuselage-mounted Pratt & Whitney JT8D turbofan engines, small, highly efficient wings, and a T-tail.[1] In most configurations, DC-9 aircraft have distinctive 5-abreast seating in coach class. The airplane seats 80 to 135 passengers depending on version and seating arrangement.

The DC-9 prototype first flew in February 1965. The second DC-9 flew a few weeks later and entered service with Delta Air Lines in late 1965.[1] The initial -10 variant would be followed by subsequent growth variants. The final DC-9 variant was the -50, which first flew in 1974. The DC-9 would be a commercial success with 976 built when the production ended in 1982.[1]

The DC-9 would be followed by the introduction of the MD-80 series in 1980. The MD-80 series was originally called DC-9-80 series and was a lengthened DC-9-50 with a higher maximum take-off weight (MTOW) and higher fuel capacity. The MD-80 series was then developed into the MD-90 in the early 1990s. The last variant of the family was the MD-95, which was renamed the Boeing 717-200 after McDonnell Douglas's merger with Boeing in 1997 and before aircraft deliveries began.

The DC-9 is one of the longest-lasting aircraft in operation. Northwest Airlines still operates a fleet of DC-9 aircraft, most of which are over 30 years old. The DC-9's reputation for reliability and efficiency drove strong sales well into the 2000s. The DC-9 family is one of the most successful jet airliners with a total of over 2,400 units produced; it ranks third behind the second place Airbus A320 family with over 3,000 produced, and the first place Boeing 737 with over 5,000 produced.

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