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Series Name (eg. Boeing 737, Airbus A330 etc.):

Model Name (eg. Boeing 737-700, Airbus A330-200 etc.): 

Base Cost: 

Crew Count (pilots only):

Cabin Length:

Cabin Width: 

Number of Doors:

[If double decked]

Second Deck Length:

Second Deck Width:

Second Deck Number of Doors:

[endif]

Maximum Capacity:

First Flight Date:

Stop Production Date:

Maximum Cycles (if possible, not always easy to find):

Take off Roll (m):

Empty Weight (kg):

Max Fuel Weight (kg):

Max Hold Payload (kg):

MTOW (kg):

Turnaround time (min):

[For each engine option:]

Engine Manufacturer:

Engine Model: 

Cost:

Empty Range (nm):

Full Range (nm): 

Speed (knots):


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Series Name: BAC 1-11

Model Name: One Eleven 500

Max capacity is incorrect for this aircraft. It is current stated at 89 passengers. This is the data for the smaller 200, 300 and 400 series aircraft, the maximum capacity for the One Eleven 500 is 119 seats.

Also note that the engine for this model was the Rolls-Royce Spey RB.163 Spey Mk 512. (The game currently lists this as Mk 506).

Source for validation: https://www.baesystems.com/en/heritage/bac1-11

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1 minute ago, KJS607 said:

Series Name: BAC 1-11

Model Name: One Eleven 500

Max capacity is incorrect for this aircraft. It is current stated at 89 passengers. This is the data for the smaller 200, 300 and 400 series aircraft, the maximum capacity for the One Eleven 500 is 119 seats.

Also note that the engine for this model was the Rolls-Royce Spey RB.163 Spey Mk 512. (The game currently lists this as Mk 506).

Source for validation: https://www.baesystems.com/en/heritage/bac1-11

On the back of this, it would appear the current data is that of the One Eleven 200 series, which uses the Spey Mk 506 engines also. An easy fix to rename 500 to 200 for now?

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14 hours ago, KJS607 said:

On the back of this, it would appear the current data is that of the One Eleven 200 series, which uses the Spey Mk 506 engines also. An easy fix to rename 500 to 200 for now?

Yeah, thats what I did for now. Eventually I'll need someone to go through the data to correct it and adjust prices for inflation (since there is no inflation in game, all the plane prices are super cheap in the 70s/80s). There are a lot of errors in the db right now.


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8 hours ago, sviridovt said:

Yeah, thats what I did for now. Eventually I'll need someone to go through the data to correct it and adjust prices for inflation (since there is no inflation in game, all the plane prices are super cheap in the 70s/80s). There are a lot of errors in the db right now.

Feel free to give me a shout for data admin, I'm boring like that

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Series Name Boeing 737 

Model Name Boeing 737-100

Base Cost: US$3.7M (1968)

Crew Count (pilots only): 2

Cabin Length: 94 ft (29 m)

Cabin Width: 139.2 inches (3.53 m)

Number of Doors: 6

[If double decked]

Second Deck Length: NA

Second Deck Width: NA

Second Deck Number of Doors: NA

[endif]

Maximum Capacity: 124

First Flight Date: April 9, 1967

Stop Production Date: 02 Nov 1969

Maximum Cycles (if possible, not always easy to find): unknown

Take off Roll (m): unknown

Empty Weight (kg): 28,000 kg

Max Fuel Weight (kg): 14292 kg

Max Hold Payload (kg): 21,776

MTOW (kg): 50,000 kg

Turnaround time (min): 30 mins?

[For each engine option:]

Engine Manufacturer: Pratt & Whitney

Engine Model: JT8D-7/-9/-5/-17

Cost: Unknown

Empty Range (nm): 1720

Full Range (nm): 1,540

Speed (knots): 420

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Series Name Boeing 737 

Model Name Boeing 737-200

Base Cost: US$4.0M (1968)

Crew Count (pilots only): 2

Cabin Length: 29.54 m

Cabin Width: 139.2 inches (3.53 m)

Number of Doors: 6

[If double decked]

Second Deck Length: NA

Second Deck Width: NA

Second Deck Number of Doors: NA

[endif]

Maximum Capacity:  136

First Flight Date: 8 Aug 1967

Stop Production Date: 02 Aug 1988

Maximum Cycles (if possible, not always easy to find): unknown

Take off Roll (m): 6,099 ft

Empty Weight (kg): 29,600 kg

Max Fuel Weight (kg): 14292 kg

Max Hold Payload (kg): 15710 kg

MTOW (kg): 58,100 kg

Turnaround time (min): 30 mins?

[For each engine option:]

Engine Manufacturer: Pratt & Whitney

Engine Model: JT8D-17

Cost: Unknown

Empty Range (nm): unknown

Full Range (nm): 2.645

Speed (knots): 504/420 kts

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Series Name Boeing 737 

Model Name Boeing 737-300

Base Cost:  Unknown

Crew Count (pilots only): 2

Cabin Length: 33.4 m

Cabin Width: 139.2 inches (3.53 m)

Number of Doors: 6

[If double decked]

Second Deck Length: NA

Second Deck Width: NA

Second Deck Number of Doors: NA

[endif]

Maximum Capacity:  149

First Flight Date: 24 Feb 1984

Stop Production Date: 17 Dec 1999

Maximum Cycles (if possible, not always easy to find): unknown

Take off Roll (m): 6,365ft

Empty Weight (kg): 29,600 kg

Max Fuel Weight (kg): 16200 kg

Max Hold Payload (kg): 14805 kg

MTOW (kg): 62,822 kg

Turnaround time (min): 30 mins?

[For each engine option:]

Engine Manufacturer: CFM International

Engine Model: CFM56-3B-2

Cost: Unknown

Empty Range (nm): unknown

Full Range (nm): 2950

Speed (knots): 504/420 kts

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Series Name Boeing 737 

Model Name Boeing 737-400

Base Cost:  Unknown

Crew Count (pilots only): 2

Cabin Length: 36.4 m

Cabin Width: 139.2 inches (3.53 m)

Number of Doors: 6

[If double decked]

Second Deck Length: NA

Second Deck Width: NA

Second Deck Number of Doors: NA

[endif]

Maximum Capacity:  188

First Flight Date: 19 Feb 1988

Stop Production Date: 25 Feb 2000

Maximum Cycles (if possible, not always easy to find): unknown

Take off Roll (m): 8,333ft 

Empty Weight (kg): 34,817 kg

Max Fuel Weight (kg): 16200 kg

Max Hold Payload (kg): 18260 kg

MTOW (kg): 68,038 kg

Turnaround time (min): 30 mins?

[For each engine option:]

Engine Manufacturer: CFM International

Engine Model: CFM56-3C-1

Cost: Unknown

Empty Range (nm): unknown

Full Range (nm): 2800

Speed (knots): 504/420 kts

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Series Name Boeing 737 

Model Name Boeing 737-500

Base Cost:  Unknown

Crew Count (pilots only): 2

Cabin Length: 29.80 m

Cabin Width: 139.2 inches (3.53 m)

Number of Doors: 6

[If double decked]

Second Deck Length: NA

Second Deck Width: NA

Second Deck Number of Doors: NA

[endif]

Maximum Capacity:  140

First Flight Date: 30 Jun 1989

Stop Production Date: 21 Jul 1999

Maximum Cycles (if possible, not always easy to find): unknown

Take off Roll (m): 6,004ft

Empty Weight (kg): 31,951 kg

Max Fuel Weight (kg): 16200 kg

Max Hold Payload (kg): 14770 kg

MTOW (kg):  60,554 kg

Turnaround time (min): 30 mins?

[For each engine option:]

Engine Manufacturer: CFM International

Engine Model: CFM56-3B-1

Cost: Unknown

Empty Range (nm): unknown

Full Range (nm): 2950

Speed (knots): 504/420 kts

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Series Name Boeing 737 

Model Name Boeing 737-600

Base Cost:  Unknown

Crew Count (pilots only): 2

Cabin Length: 31.24 m

Cabin Width: 139.2 inches (3.53 m)

Number of Doors: 6

[If double decked]

Second Deck Length: NA

Second Deck Width: NA

Second Deck Number of Doors: NA

[endif]

Maximum Capacity:  149

First Flight Date: 22 Jan 1998

Stop Production Date: Current

Maximum Cycles (if possible, not always easy to find): unknown

Take off Roll (m): 6,161 ft

Empty Weight (kg): 31,951 kg

Max Fuel Weight (kg):  21000 kg  

Max Hold Payload (kg): 14380 kg

MTOW (kg): 65,544 kg

Turnaround time (min): 30 mins?

[For each engine option:]

Engine Manufacturer: CFM International

Engine Model: CFM56-7B18/20/22

Cost: Unknown

Empty Range (nm): unknown

Full Range (nm): 4500

Speed (knots): 450 kts

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Series Name Boeing 737 

Model Name Boeing 737-700

Base Cost:  US$80.6 million

Crew Count (pilots only): 2

Cabin Length: 33.63 m

Cabin Width: 139.2 inches (3.53 m)

Number of Doors: 6

[If double decked]

Second Deck Length: NA

Second Deck Width: NA

Second Deck Number of Doors: NA

[endif]

Maximum Capacity:  149

First Flight Date: 09 Feb 1997

Stop Production Date: Current

Maximum Cycles (if possible, not always easy to find): unknown

Take off Roll (m): 6,699 ft

Empty Weight (kg): 37,648 kg

Max Fuel Weight (kg):  21000 kg  

Max Hold Payload (kg): 16505 kg

MTOW (kg): 70,080 kg

Turnaround time (min): 30 mins?

[For each engine option:]

Engine Manufacturer: CFM International

Engine Model: CFM56-7B20/22/24/26/27

Cost: Unknown

Empty Range (nm): unknown

Full Range (nm): 4400

Speed (knots): 450 kts

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Series Name Boeing 737 

Model Name Boeing 737-800

Base Cost:  US$$106.1 million

Crew Count (pilots only): 2

Cabin Length: 39.47 m

Cabin Width: 139.2 inches (3.53 m)

Number of Doors: 6

[If double decked]

Second Deck Length: NA

Second Deck Width: NA

Second Deck Number of Doors: NA

[endif]

Maximum Capacity:  189

First Flight Date: 31 Jul 1997

Stop Production Date: Current

Maximum Cycles (if possible, not always easy to find): unknown

Take off Roll (m): 7,598 ft

Empty Weight (kg): 41,413 kg

Max Fuel Weight (kg):  21000 kg  

Max Hold Payload (kg): 20540 kg

MTOW (kg): 79,016 kg

Turnaround time (min): 30 mins?

[For each engine option:]

Engine Manufacturer: CFM International

Engine Model: CFM56-7B24/26/27

Cost: Unknown

Empty Range (nm): unknown

Full Range (nm): 4000

Speed (knots): 450 kts

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Series Name Boeing 737 

Model Name Boeing 737-900ER

Base Cost:  US$ 112.6 million

Crew Count (pilots only): 2

Cabin Length: 39.47 m

Cabin Width: 139.2 inches (3.53 m)

Number of Doors: 6

[If double decked]

Second Deck Length: NA

Second Deck Width: NA

Second Deck Number of Doors: NA

[endif]

Maximum Capacity:  220

First Flight Date: 3 Aug 2000

Stop Production Date: Current

Maximum Cycles (if possible, not always easy to find): unknown

Take off Roll (m): 9,800 ft

Empty Weight (kg): 44,677 kg

Max Fuel Weight (kg):  21000 kg  

Max Hold Payload (kg): 20240 kg

MTOW (kg): 85,139 kg

Turnaround time (min): 30 mins?

[For each engine option:]

Engine Manufacturer: CFM International

Engine Model: CFM56-7B24/26/27

Cost: Unknown

Empty Range (nm): unknown

Full Range (nm): 3200

Speed (knots): 450 kts

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All the aircraft except the 731 are in game. You can currently see which aircraft are in game on the create configurations page and I'll also upload it on the forums later. I'll add the 731 though in a bit


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Series Name Boeing 737 Max

Model Name Boeing 737-Max 7

Base Cost:  US$99.7 million

Crew Count (pilots only): 2

Cabin Length: 35.56 m

Cabin Width: 139.2 inches (3.53 m)

Number of Doors: 10

[If double decked]

Second Deck Length: NA

Second Deck Width: NA

Second Deck Number of Doors: NA

[endif]

Maximum Capacity:  172

First Flight Date:  March 16, 2018

Stop Production Date: Current

Maximum Cycles (if possible, not always easy to find): unknown

Take off Roll (m): unknown

Empty Weight (kg): unknown

Max Fuel Weight (kg):  unknown

Max Hold Payload (kg): unknown

MTOW (kg): 80,286 kg

Turnaround time (min): 30 mins?

[For each engine option:]

Engine Manufacturer: CFM International

Engine Model: CFM International LEAP-1B

Cost: Unknown

Empty Range (nm): unknown

Full Range (nm): 3,850

Speed (knots): 453  kts

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The MAX's are in as well, please check the configuration page. I dont want you to do research for nothing 😛

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5 minutes ago, sviridovt said:

All the aircraft except the 731 are in game. You can currently see which aircraft are in game on the create configurations page and I'll also upload it on the forums later. I'll add the 731 though in a bit

oh wasnt aware because i didnt see them in the new plane list.

 

but i will try to give more detailed info as much as i know

 

the Max series is def the new unknown and those 2 crashes means the Max series are off to a bad start

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2 minutes ago, dragoon20005 said:

oh wasnt aware because i didnt see them in the new plane list.

 

but i will try to give more detailed info as much as i know

 

the Max series is def the new unknown and those 2 crashes means the Max series are off to a bad start

Yeah definitely, but I dont think they'll be pulled from production. A similar thing happened to 737 classics with minimal impact. 


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1 minute ago, sviridovt said:

Yeah definitely, but I dont think they'll be pulled from production. A similar thing happened to 737 classics with minimal impact. 

imo the Max was a rushed project and the MCAS was the cheaper solution to the imbalance issue due to the new engine placement 

 

they could have gone to redesign the whole horizontal stabilizers but they chose to use the MCAS

 

and what prob made my blood boil is that there is a safety feature which might have saved the 2 planes but it was an Option aka DLC

the AoA sensor disagree 

 

and on to make matters worse, the Max plane was not certified by the FAA but in fact Boeing themselves   

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1 minute ago, dragoon20005 said:

imo the Max was a rushed project and the MCAS was the cheaper solution to the imbalance issue due to the new engine placement 

 

they could have gone to redesign the whole horizontal stabilizers but they chose to use the MCAS

 

and what prob made my blood boil is that there is a safety feature which might have saved the 2 planes but it was an Option aka DLC

the AoA sensor disagree 

 

and on to make matters worse, the Max plane was not certified by the FAA but in fact Boeing themselves   

For sure, this is completely on Boeing. The AOA Disagree ought to have been a standard feature. no questions there. Although the certification process is more on the FAA than Boeing. That kind of regulatory neglect is inexcusable! 


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On 3/22/2019 at 4:45 AM, dragoon20005 said:

Series Name Boeing 737 

Model Name Boeing 737-100

Should appear shortly 😇

 

Any other 70's and 80's aircraft you all want to see?

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Series Name (eg. Boeing 737, Airbus A330 etc.):  BAC Concorde

Model Name (eg. Boeing 737-700, Airbus A330-200 etc.): BAC Concorde

Base Cost:  50 million

Crew Count (pilots only): 2

Cabin Length: 129ft

Cabin Width:  2.62m

Number of Doors:

Maximum Capacity: 128

First Flight Date: 1969

Stop Production Date: 2003

Maximum Cycles (if possible, not always easy to find):

Take off Roll (m):

Empty Weight (kg):

Max Fuel Weight (kg): 95255

Max Hold Payload (kg):

MTOW (kg):187 T

Turnaround time (min):

[For each engine option:]

Engine Manufacturer: Rolls-Royce/Snecma

Engine Model:  4 × Rolls-Royce/Snecma Olympus 593 Mk 610 Afterburning turbojets

Cost: ?

Empty Range (nm): ???

Full Range (nm): 3900

Speed (knots): 1176kt

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Series Name (eg. Boeing 737, Airbus A330 etc.): Cessna 208

Model Name (eg. Boeing 737-700, Airbus A330-200 etc.): Cessna 208 Caravan

Base Cost: 1,750,000$ USD

Crew Count (pilots only): 2

Cabin Length: 11m (meters)

Cabin Width: 160cm (1.6m)

Number of Doors: 3 (2 pilot, 1 passenger)

[If double decked]

Second Deck Length:

Second Deck Width:

Second Deck Number of Doors:

[endif]

Maximum Capacity: 11

First Flight Date: 1982

Stop Production Date: present (2050?)

Maximum Cycles (if possible, not always easy to find):

Take off Roll (m): 626

Empty Weight (kg): 2145

Max Fuel Weight (kg): N/A

Max Hold Payload (kg): 3,629

MTOW (kg): 3,700

Turnaround time (min): 20

[For each engine option:]

Engine Manufacturer: Textron Aviation

Engine Model: N/A

Cost: 2,000,000$ USD

Empty Range (nm): 1,007

Full Range (nm): 948

Speed (knots): 186

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Series Name: Eclipse Jet

Model Name (eg. Boeing 737-700, Airbus A330-200 etc.): Eclipse 550

Base Cost: $3,000,000

Crew Count (pilots only): 1

Cabin Length: 12 ft 4 In

Cabin Width: 4 ft 8 In

Number of Doors: 1

[If double decked]

Second Deck Length:

Second Deck Width:

Second Deck Number of Doors:

[endif]

Maximum Capacity: 4

First Flight Date: October 22, 2013

Stop Production Date: 2017

Maximum Cycles (if possible, not always easy to find):

Take off Roll (m): 742 

Empty Weight (kg): 1648

Max Fuel Weight (kg): ?

Max Hold Payload (kg): 288

MTOW (kg): 2721

Turnaround time (min): 20?

[For each engine option:]

Engine Manufacturer: Pratt & Whitney 

Engine Model: PW610F (2)

Cost: N/A

Empty Range (nm): 1,300?

Full Range (nm): 1,125

Speed (knots): 375

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