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Narrow-body airliner built by the American Douglas Aircraft Company. Wikipedia
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- The era of commercial jet transportation, led by the enormous popularity of the Boeing 707 and Douglas DC-8, had revolutionized long-distance travel.
- United then constructed a large maintenance facility at San Francisco for its new Douglas DC-8s, which were also flying nonstop to New York.
- During the 1950s Douglas Aircraft studied a short- to medium-range airliner to complement their higher capacity, long range DC-8.
- It also ordered 25 of Douglas's DC-8, which could seat six across (the 707 originally was to be 144 inches (3.66 m) wide with five-abreast seating; Boeing widened it to match the DC-8).
- The Panagra service to Latin America was taken over in the late 1960s by Braniff International, which operated Douglas DC-8-62s to SFO after Braniff's acquisition of Panagra.
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