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On June 2, 2002, Delta's tireless Mad Dog departed on its final scheduled revenue flight. DL90 took off from IAH at 6:05 a.m. and landed in ATL at 8:39 a.m., marking the end of 25 years of service for the MD-90s. Between 1995 and 2020, Delta operated a total 71 MD-90s. MotoArt is honored to celebrate the legacy of this workhorse, and welcome the famed Mad Dog into the PlaneTags Encyclopedia of Aviation History.
The McDonnell Douglas MD-90 is a mid-size, single-aisle airliner developed from the MD-80 series that features a 4 ¾ foot longer fuselage and more powerful, quieter, turbofan engines. "The aircraft for the future" was delivered to launch customer Delta Air Lines in February 1995. N905DA was constructed as a MD-90-30 and was one of Delta's original "Sweet 16" MD-90s. Delivered April 29, 1995, she flew exclusively for the airline until January 4, 2019. The following day, '905DA was retired and stored at Arkansas International Airport, Blytheville, Arkansas.