Title: McDonnell-Douglas DC-10

The DC-10 was the successor to the DC-8 as McDonnell-Douglas’s entry into the long-range civil airliner market and was the first commercial airliner to be produced by the company following the merger with McDonnell Aircraft in 1967. It first flew in 1970, and around 386 were built during a 20 year production life.

This title contains a complete flight operating manual for the DC-10 along with a nice manufacturer’s publication detailing the aircraft’s cockpit and controls. The files have been scanned from the original flight manuals and retain any colour pages.



This title contains:

  • KSSU Airlines Group Aircraft Operating Manual for the DC-10, three volumes comprising:
      Volume One – Technical Description, Iss 3 dated Feb 1980 with approx. 488 pages.
      Volume Two – Operating Procedures, Iss 2 dated Nov 1981 with approx. 670 pages.
      Volume Three – Loading and Performance Data, amended to Feb 1983 with approx. 238 pages.
  • Manufacturers colour brochure titled “Flight Operational Features”, giving a detailed description of the aircraft’s cockpit instruments and controls, publication B-1117 dated 11/74 with approx. 58 pages.