Maroto Botín MB-8

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MB-8
Creeperian Airlines MB-8-70.jpg
Creeperian Airlines MB-8-70
Role Narrow-Body Jet Airliner
National origin Creeperopolis
Manufacturer Maroto Botín
First flight May 30, 1962
Introduction September 18, 1963 with Creeperian Airways
Status In Service
Primary users Creeperian Airlines
Lyoan National Airlines
Creeperian Government
Produced 1962-1992
Number built 212
Program cost $8 billion colóns
Unit cost
$376 million colóns

The Maroto Botín MB-8 is a Creeperian four-engine short- to medium-range narrow-body jet airliner, manufactured by Maroto Botín. The aircraft is the first built by Maroto Botín to use jet engines rather than turboprops. Two of its engines are mounted on underwing pylons on each wing.

Development

Origins

Launch and Costs

Production

Variants

10 Series

20 Series

30 Series

40 Series

50 Series

60 Series

70 Series

80 Series

Operators

Legend Notes
* Current
* Former
Airline Country Photo MB-8-10/20 MB-8-30/40 MB-8-50/60 MB-8-70/80 Notes
Atlántidan Airlines Creeperopolis Creeperopolis 4
Creeperian Airlines Creeperopolis Creeperopolis Creeperian Airlines MB-8-70.jpg 40 40 40 40 Primary user of the MB-8.
Creeperian Government Creeperopolis Creeperopolis Creeperian Government MB-8-70.jpg 2 2 6 6
Eastern Airlines Creeperopolis Creeperopolis 4
Lyoan National Airlines Lyoa Flag.png Lyoa Lyoan National Airlines MB-8-70.jpg 10 5 1 All purchased from Creeperian Airlines.
Salvadoran Airlines Flag of the Principality of El Salvador.png El Salvador 2
Traditionalist Airlines Creeperopolis Creeperopolis 10

Accidents and Incidents

Specifications

Deliveries

Similar Aircraft

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