1959 = First business jet to receive an FAA provisional type certificate in the transport category. 10-26pClwM rg; four 2900# P&W J60 (prototype with 3250# Westinghouse J34s); span: 57'8" length: 66'6" v: 565 range: 2220 ceiling (est): 45,000'. In design competition with Lockheed JetStar for USAF contract for bombardier/navigator trainer, something more economical than B-47s then in use. When 119 was rejected by USAF it was converted to 220 utility class biz-jet with a 10-seat interior complete with toilet and galley facilities. Only one was built, used by McDonnell as a company transport for several years [N119M=N220M], later reregistered in TX as [N4AZ].