The McDonnell Douglas MD-11 is a wide-body aircraft powered by three engines. The MD-11 is based on the DC-10 but featuring a stretched fuselage, more wingspan with winglets, refined airfoils on the wing and tail-plane, new engines, extensive use of composites, and a two-crew, all-digital glass cockpit. Production ceased after McDonnell-Douglas was acquired by Boeing in 1997. Until the end of production in February, 2001, the MD-11 was assembled at the Douglas Products Division of Boeing in Long Beach, California. Two hundred aircraft were produced.