MacDougall Graham

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MacDougall Graham
TypePrivate
IndustryAerospace
Founded1948
HeadquartersAnn'harbor
ProductsCommercial airliners
Web Sitewww.macdougall.fs

MacDougall Graham is a major aerospace manufacturing corporation based in Ann'harbor. The corporation was formed by the merger of the MacDougall Aircraft Company and Graham in 1948.

History

MacDougall Aircraft Company

Founded by Arnulf MacDougall (1886–1955) in 1932, aviation engineer and manufacturer

Graham

John Graham (1897–1977) started to produce jet engines in Stanton in 1941


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Manufacturing facility

MacDougall Graham's airplane manufacturing facility in Ann'harbor with a DG-80 in front of the building
MacDougall Graham's airplane manufacturing facility and assembly building is located in the west of Ann'harbor, New Carnaby, direcly north-east of the August Georgington Airport. Nowadays, main components of the DG-50, DG-80 and DG-86 are produced and the airplanes are assembled there.

Plans for a MacDougall factory were first announced in 1941. After the merger of MacDougall and Graham the factory was started to build in 1948. First extensions took place in 1950 to be the site of the construction of the DG-60. With the first roll out of the DG-60 in 1952 it began offering factory tours. Each year over 35000 people visit the manufacturing facility. The factory includes a fire department, a theater and several cafés.



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office building


MacDougall Graham international service building
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Commercial airplanes

The abbreviation "DG" of the series of commercial aircraft stands for Dougall Graham.

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DG-60
DG-70
DG-20
DG-80
DG-50
DG-50-0
DG-50P4
DG-50P2
DG-50C2
DG-50P6
DG-86

DG-20

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Fact sheet
DG-20
Produced 1983-present
Type Jet airliner
Seating capacity 100-160 (single-aisle)
Exit limit  ???
Total length  ?? m
Wingspan  ?? m
Wing area  ??? sqm
Tail height  ?? m
Engines 2
Max. range  ??00 km
Max. cruise speed  ??0 km/h

The MacDougall Graham DG-20 is a two-engine short- to medium-range single-aisle jet airliner, manufactured by MacDougall Graham in Ann'harbor.

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DG-50

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Fact sheet
DG-50
Produced 1997-present
Type Jet airliner
Seating capacity 180-280 (wide-body)
Exit limit  ???
Total length  ?? m
Wingspan  ?? m
Wing area  ??? sqm
Tail height  ?? m
Engines 2
Max. range  ??00 km
Max. cruise speed  ??0 km/h

The MacDougall Graham DG-50 is a two-engine short- to medium-range wide-body jet airliner, manufactured by MacDougall Graham in Ann'harbor. It is based on the DG-80.


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Variants:

  • DG-50-0, max. seating capacity: ~200, produced 1997-1998
  • DG-50P2, max. seating capacity: ~180, produced 2000-present
  • DG-50P4, max. seating capacity: ~230, produced 1998-present
  • DG-50P6, max. seating capacity: ~280, produced 2005-present
  • DG-50C4, freight version of the DG-50P4, produced 2002-present

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DG-60

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Fact sheet
DG-60
Produced 1952-1973
Type Jet airliner
Seating capacity  ??? (narrow-body)
Exit limit  ???
Total length  ?? m
Wingspan  ?? m
Wing area  ??? sqm
Tail height  ?? m
Engines 4
Max. range  ??00 km
Max. cruise speed  ??0 km/h
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The MacDougall Graham DG-60 is a four-engine medium- to long-range narrow-body jet airliner, manufactured from 1952 to 1973 by MacDougall Graham in Ann'harbor. With the DG-60 MacDougall Graham got a strong position in the airliner market. It remained in production till 1973 when it began to be superseded by wide-body airliners like the DG-70.

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DG-70

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Fact sheet
DG-70
Produced 1967-1991
Type Jet airliner
Seating capacity  ??? (wide-body)
Exit limit  ???
Total length  ?? m
Wingspan  ?? m
Wing area  ??? sqm
Tail height  ?? m
Engines 3
Max. range  ???00 km
Max. cruise speed  ??0 km/h

The MacDougall Graham DG-70 is a three-engine medium- to long-range wide-body jet airliner, manufactured by MacDougall Graham in Ann'harbor. Due to the unusual handling of the plane it is often called the diva.

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DG-80

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Fact sheet
DG-80
Produced 1987-present
Type Jet airliner
Seating capacity 372 (wide-body)
Exit limit 410
Total length 62 m
Wingspan 52 m
Wing area 344 m²
Tail height 18 m
Engines 3
Max. range 13400 km
Max. cruise speed 950 km/h


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Seat map of the DG-80
Top view of the DG-80

The MacDougall Graham DG-80 is a three-engine medium- to long-range wide-body jet airliner, manufactured by MacDougall Graham in Ann'harbor.



Variants: DG-80P passenger, DG-80C cargo

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DG-86

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Fact sheet
DG-86
Produced 2004-present
Type Jet airliner
Seating capacity  ??0 (wide-body)
Exit limit 4?0
Total length 74 m
Wingspan 61 m
Wing area 372 sqm
Tail height 18 m
Engines 3
Max. range 13??? km
Max. cruise speed 9?0 km/h


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The MacDougall Graham DG-86 is a three-engine medium- to long-range wide-body jet airliner, manufactured by MacDougall Graham in Ann'harbor. Mainly based on the DG-80 it is longer

Variants: DG-86, DG-86LR

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DG-86 from Hetzair flying above the Guaiian West Coast
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