The Boeing 717 was the name given to the McDonnell Douglas aircraft designated and marketed as the MD-95 before the marriage of Boeing and McDonnell Douglas. It was developed from the improved original Douglas DC-9 designs of the 1960s through the 1980s. It was capable of carrying 134 passengers and operating from regional airports.
This model is one of our low to medium poly aircraft models and is built near to scale it includes single sheet textures and materials for a single white livery. Your artist can modify the textures to be what ever you want. The model includes no animateable features. It includes landing gear and landing gear doors but these can not be retracted or animateable.