ABN – Abnormal ACARS – ARINC Communications and Reporting System ACM – Air Cycle Machine ACP – Audio Control Panel ACT – Additional Center Tank ADIRS – Air Data Inertial Reference System ADIRU – Air Data Inertial Reference Unit ADM – Air Data Module ADR – Air Data Reference ADV – Advisory AEVC – Avionics […]Read more "Airbus acronym list"
A/C Air Conditioning A/C Aircraft A/R Altitude Rate ACARS ARINC Communications Addressing and Reporting System ACE Actuator Control Electronics ACESS Advance Cabin Entertainment and Service System ACM Air Cycle Machine ACMP Alternating Current Motor Pump (See also ACMP) ACMS Airplane Conditioning Monitoring System ACP Audio Control Panel ADF Automatic Direction Finder ADI Attitude Director Indicator […]Read more "Boeing acronym list"
L(Lockheed) 1011 (model) 385 (something to do with the design number) 1(subtype, 1 for standard body, 3 for the 500) 14 (version, not on Tristar 1 or 500, 11=Tristar 50, 14=100/150, 15=200) 193A (customer code, 193A=Eastern, 193B=Eastern 193C= British Airways, 193E=Air Canada, 193K=Court Line, 193R=LTU, etc). L-1011-1: basic model, with RB 211-22B, max gross weight […]Read more "Lockheed L-1011 Tristar Version Codes"
Boeing version codes use the last two characters to identify the initial customer. For example 747-412 refers to a 747-400 ordered by Singapore Airlines. If the aircraft subsequently changes hands, or if another customer takes over the aircraft order after assembly has started, it retains the same code. 01 Piedmont 02 Northern Consolidated / Wien […]Read more "Boeing Customer Codes"
McDonnell Douglas nomenclature referred to aircraft families within a type as “Series”. For example, “Series 10”. Within the series were specific versions. DC-9-11 Series 10, Initial production JT8D-1 then also JT8D-1A/-1B/-5/-7/-7A/-7B/-9/-11/-17, MGTOW 77,700lb (later to 85,700lb); all converted to -14. DC-9-12 Series 10 JT8D-5, later -1/-7, MGTOW 79,500lb, later 85,700lb; all converted to -14 DC-9-13 […]Read more "DC-9/MD-80 version codes"
Never built variants in italics. 727-100 Basic Model Passenger Service 727-100C Convertible Cargo door on left side of front fuse. Passenger/cargo or mixed load possible. Reconfiguration in about two hours. 727-100QC Quick Change Same as 727C but with palletized interior fittings, allowing reconfiguration in less than 30 minutes. 727-100M Military Military version of the 727C […]Read more "Boeing 727 version codes"
To retain my sanity, I have only listed the civilian variants. The number of military variants is still growing as new applications are found for the basic platform. Never built variants in italics. 367-80 Prototype Test Bed. 127’10” length. 130′ span. 11′ fuselage width. Prototype for both the 707 (civilian) and KC-135 (military) variants and narrower […]Read more "Boeing 707 version codes"
1st digit : version 2nd digit : engine manufacturer 0 = General Electric 1 = CFM International 2 = Pratt and Whitney 3 = IAE (International Aero Engines) 4 = Rolls Royce 6 = Alliance (for the A380) 3rd digit : engine type (depends on the aircraft model) Note that this nomenclature does NOT apply […]Read more "Airbus Version Codes"