1. The McDonnell Douglas DC-10 is a wide-body, long-haul aircraft with three motors. It was manufactured in Long Beach, California. The first model, which went by the name DC-10-10, started operating in 1971.
2. The DC-10 was the first commercial wide-body airplane from McDonnell Douglas, which was designed at the request of American Airlines. The plane was smaller than the competitor's Boeing 747, but still suitable for long-haul routes.
3. The most popular version of the plane type was the DC-10-30, which many airlines, including Finnair flew. Since 1990, Finnair replaced the planes with the MD-11 model, also supplied by McDonnell Douglas. The last DC-10 exited Finnair’s fleet in 1996. In Finnair's fleet, the plane type transported around eight million passengers during its 21 years of service.
4. All in all, 446 DC-10s were built. The last one was completed in 1988.
5. The DC-10 flew its last passenger flight in February 2014. After that, friends of the plane type were offered local flights in England before the plane was turned into a museum piece.
Sources: Lentoposti, Airliners and Wikipedia