Maroto Botín MB-11

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MB-11
Creeperian Airlines MB-11-30REimg2.jpg
Creeperian Airlines MB-11-30RE
Role Wide-Body Jet Airliner
National origin Creeperopolis
Manufacturer Maroto Botín
First flight January 10, 1990
Introduction December 20, 1990 with Creeperian Airlines
Status In Service
Primary users Creeperian Airlines
Creeperian Airlines Cargo
Creeperian Government
Produced 1988–present
Number built 362
Program cost $40 billion colóns
Unit cost
$1.2 billion colóns
Developed from Maroto Botín MB-10

The Maroto Botín MB-11 is a Creeperian three-engine medium- to long-range wide-body jet airliner, manufactured by Maroto Botín. Based on the Maroto Botín MB-10, it features a stretched fuselage, increased wingspan with winglets, increased seating capacity, and new engines. Two of its engines are mounted on underwing pylons and a third engine at the base of the vertical stabilizer. It also features a glass cockpit that decreases the flight deck crew to two from the three required on the MB-10 by eliminating the need for a flight engineer. The MB-11 is the most successful aircraft manufactured by Maroto Botín earning the company over $434.4 billion colóns.

Development

Origins

Launch and Costs

Production

Variants

10 Series

10RE Series

20 Series

20RE Series

30 Series

30RE Series

40 Series

Planned 40RE Series

Operators

Legend Notes
* Current
* Former
Airline Country Photo MB-11-10/10RE MB-11-20/20RE MB-11-30/30RE MB-11-40/40RE MB-11-10C/20C MB-11-30C/40C Notes
Creeperian Airlines Creeperopolis Creeperopolis Creeperian Airlines MB-11-30REimg2.jpg 55 40 88 16 Primary user of the MB-11.
Creeperian Airlines Cargo Creeperopolis Creeperopolis 50 45
Creeperian Government Creeperopolis Creeperopolis 10 10 10 10 14 14

Accidents and Incidents

1990s

Creeperian Airlines Flight 1347 - On September 19, 1995, Maroto Botín MB-11-10 suffered a catastrophic decompression and breakup in midair due to a bombing organized by the Senvarian Liberation Front. The flight, flying from San Salvador to Quebecshire City, crashed near the village of Trompina, La’Unión.

Specifications

Similar Aircraft

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