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Airliner Identification - Hiller Aviation Museum

First flown in 1967, this aircraft has since become the world's most-flown jetliner.
Boeing 707
Boeing 737
Douglas DC-8
de Havilland Comet 4
The world's first twin-aisle jetliner, this iconic plane has been in continuous production since 1969.
Airbus A300
Lockheed L1011
Boeing 747
Douglas DC-10
The last three-engined jetliner built in the United States, this aircraft remains in use as a cargo transport.
Boeing 727
Lockheed L1011
Douglas DC-10
McDonnell Douglas MD-11
First flown in 1987, this European-designed twinjet is today built in factories around the world.
Fokker 100
Airbus A320
BAC 111
Tupolev Tu-204
Originally known as the MD-95, this diminutive twinjet was the last airliner built in California.
Douglas DC-9
McDonnell Douglas MD-80
Convair 880
Boeing 717
By most measures the world's largest passenger aircraft, this distinctive jetliner is seen at the world's busiest airports.
Boeing 747
Boeing 777
Airbus A380
Hughes H-4
Readily identified by its landing gear, this massive widebody first entered service in 1995.
Boeing 767
Airbus A330
Boeing 777
Airbus A350
In service only since 2015, this new twinjet sports distinctive winglets and cockpit windows.
Airbus A340
Boeing 787
Mitsubishi MRJ-90
Airbus A350
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