This high poly model is build very near to scale and is within a couple of percent of the actual dimensions. It has a detailed exterior including radio antennas and pitot tubes. Landing gear have been finished with a moderate amount of detail too. The model is fully textured and comes with all materials and textures. In addition this model comes with animateable ailerons, flaps, elevators, rudder, landing gear, landing gear doors and turbines. The model is built to be used in in-flight animations and video or simulation. It can also be used to populate an airport scene. The model is fully textured and is available in several different formats.
The Boeing 717-200 was a Boeing variant of the McDonnell Douglas MD-95 jet commercial airliners produced after Boeing acquired McDonnell Douglas. It was designed to have a smaller capacity of 106 to 134 passengers and could carry 134 passengers maximum based on passenger exit capability. The standard version of the Boeing 717-200 had a range of 1430 nmi. The ER or high gross weight version of the aircraft had two auxiliary tanks giving it a range of 2060 nmi. The 717 rebranding of the aircraft was defined by the reuse of the Boeing 717 model number from the old KC-135 tankers which were numbered Boeing model 717-100. They were in production from 1999 until 2006. Competition from the Embraer and the Bombardier Regional Jets reduced sales of the 717s eventually causing the cancellation of many orders and finally closing productions. These aircraft were powered with a pair of 20,000 lbf thrust JT8D-217C or the 21000 lbf thrust JT8D-219. The Boeing 717 was the last narrow single aisle jetliner produced by Boeing.