Lockheed F-80D Shooting Star

Last revised July 16, 1999






The F-80D was a 1948 proposal for a progressive development of the F-80C. It was known by the company as Model 680-33-07. The F-80D was to be powered by an Allison J33-A-29 turbojet and was to have improved instrumentation and a more efficient cockpit arrangement. It was not proceeded with.
Source:

  1. Lockheed P-80 Shooting Star Variant Briefing, Robert F. Dorr, Wings of Fame, Volume 11, 1998.