BAC111 or BAC One Eleven was the earliest commercial Jetliner ever produced by British Company, British Aircraft Corporation (BAC). This jetliner was originally conceived for a 30-seater capacity, but later developed into an 80-seater jet powered bu Rolls-Royce Spew low-bypass turbofans.
Its body configuration is similar to the earlier Sud Aviation Caravelle, and later Douglas DC-9. It was replaced by newer Airbus A320, and later Boeing B737 variants.
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