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On 4/20/2019 at 10:38 PM, Boeing 757 said:

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

Do you have proof of this aircraft being used in commercial airline service?

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11 hours ago, buckeyecapsfan19 said:

Correction for the 757-200: Range should be 4,488 miles.

We pulled the data we're using from Boeing yesterday; unless you have a source this will not be reviewed.

Also, please remember that the BGW version has a lower range, the HGW is the one which can do your long distance work.

Edited by Northern

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8 minutes ago, buckeyecapsfan19 said:

There is no HGW version of the 757-200. The Boeing site lists range as between 3,200-4,500 miles. http://www.boeing.com/history/products/757.page

Could there be confusion between the 757 and the 717? The 717 has a HGW variant.

Boeing offer a 757 with a higher MTOW, the higher power engines and greater range. I've attached the document from Boeing which illustrates this.

We use Nautical Miles in the game which when converted to miles tallies with that published by Boeing in the link you've provided.

https://www.boeing.com/resources/boeingdotcom/company/about_bca/startup/pdf/historical/757_passenger.pdf

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Series Name Embraer ERJ

Model Name ERJ-145 ER

Base Cost: $15,000,000

Crew Count (pilots only): 2

Cabin Length: 24.87

Cabin Width: 2.1 m

Number of Doors: 2

Maximum Capacity: 50

First Flight Date: 11/1996

Stop Production Date: Current

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

Take off Roll (m): 2,300 m

Empty Weight (kg): 11,947 kg

Max Fuel Weight (kg): 4,173 kg

Max Hold Payload (kg): 5,153 kg

MTOW (kg): 20600 kg

Turnaround time (min): 20

[For each engine option:]

Engine Manufacturer: Rolls-Royce

Engine Model: AE 3007

Cost: $15,000,000

Empty Range (nm): 1,330 nm

Full Range (nm): 950 nm

Speed (knots): 450 kn

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Series Name Embraer ERJ

Model Name ERJ-145 LR

Base Cost: $20,000,000

Crew Count (pilots only): 2

Cabin Length: 24.87

Cabin Width: 2.1 m

Number of Doors: 2

Maximum Capacity: 50

First Flight Date: 4/1998

Stop Production Date: Current

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

Take off Roll (m): 2,300 m

Empty Weight (kg): 12,114 kg

Max Fuel Weight (kg): 6,396 kg

Max Hold Payload (kg): 5,786 kg

MTOW (kg): 22,000 kg

Turnaround time (min): 20

[For each engine option:]

Engine Manufacturer: Rolls-Royce

Engine Model: AE 3007-A1

Cost: $20,000,000

Empty Range (nm): 1,900 nm

Full Range (nm): 1,550 nm

Speed (knots): 450 kn

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Series Name Embraer ERJ

Model Name ERJ-145 XR

Base Cost: $22,000,000

Crew Count (pilots only): 2

Cabin Length: 24.87

Cabin Width: 2.1 m

Number of Doors: 2

Maximum Capacity: 50

First Flight Date: 6/2002

Stop Production Date: Current

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

Take off Roll (m): 2,300 m

Empty Weight (kg): 12,591 kg

Max Fuel Weight (kg): 6,032 kg

Max Hold Payload (kg): 5,909 kg

MTOW (kg): 24,100 kg

Turnaround time (min): 20

[For each engine option:]

Engine Manufacturer: Rolls-Royce

Engine Model: AE 3007A1E

Cost: $22,000,000

Empty Range (nm): 2,500 nm

Full Range (nm): 2,000 nm

Speed (knots): 461 kn

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8 minutes ago, banditta82 said:

Max Fuel Weight (kg): 6,396 kg

Mistake on the LR it should be

Max Fuel Weight (kg): 5187 kg

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Series Name Embraer ERJ

Model Name ERJ-140 ER

Base Cost: $15,200,000

Crew Count (pilots only): 2

Cabin Length: 19.67 m

Cabin Width: 2.1 m

Number of Doors: 2

Maximum Capacity: 44

First Flight Date: 06/2000

Stop Production Date: Current

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

Take off Roll (m): 1,600 m

Empty Weight (kg): 11,816 kg

Max Fuel Weight (kg):  4,173 kg

Max Hold Payload (kg):  5,284 kg

MTOW (kg): 20,100 kg

Turnaround time (min): 20

[For each engine option:]

Engine Manufacturer: Rolls-Royce

Engine Model: AE 3007-A1/3

Cost: $15,200,000

Empty Range (nm): 1,650 nm

Full Range (nm): 1,250 nm

Speed (knots): 450 kn

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Series Name Embraer ERJ

Model Name ERJ-140 LR

Base Cost: $15,200,000

Crew Count (pilots only): 2

Cabin Length: 19.67 m

Cabin Width: 2.1 m

Number of Doors: 2

Maximum Capacity: 44

First Flight Date: 06/2000

Stop Production Date: Current

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

Take off Roll (m): 1,600 m

Empty Weight (kg): 11,808 kg

Max Fuel Weight (kg):  5,187 kg

Max Hold Payload (kg):  5,292 kg

MTOW (kg): 21,100 kg

Turnaround time (min): 20

[For each engine option:]

Engine Manufacturer: Rolls-Royce

Engine Model: AE 3007-A1/3

Cost: $15,200,000

Empty Range (nm): 1,950 nm

Full Range (nm): 1,650 nm

Speed (knots): 450 kn

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Series Name Embraer ERJ

Model Name ERJ-135 ER

Base Cost: $13,000,000

Crew Count (pilots only): 2

Cabin Length: 19.67 m

Cabin Width: 2.1 m

Number of Doors: 2

Maximum Capacity: 37

First Flight Date: 6/1999

Stop Production Date: Current

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

Take off Roll (m): 1,650 m

Empty Weight (kg): 11,402 kg

Max Fuel Weight (kg):  4,173 kg

Max Hold Payload (kg):  4,198 kg

MTOW (kg): 19,000 kg

Turnaround time (min): 20

[For each engine option:]

Engine Manufacturer: Rolls-Royce

Engine Model: AE 3007-A3

Cost: $13,000,000

Empty Range (nm): 1,500 nm

Full Range (nm): 1,300 nm

Speed (knots): 450 kn

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Series Name Embraer ERJ

Model Name ERJ-135 LR

Base Cost: $13,000,000

Crew Count (pilots only): 2

Cabin Length: 19.67 m

Cabin Width: 2.1 m

Number of Doors: 2

Maximum Capacity: 37

First Flight Date: 6/1999

Stop Production Date: Current

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

Take off Roll (m): 1,650 m

Empty Weight (kg): 11,501 kg

Max Fuel Weight (kg):  5,187 kg

Max Hold Payload (kg):  4,499 kg

MTOW (kg): 20,000 kg

Turnaround time (min): 20

[For each engine option:]

Engine Manufacturer: Rolls-Royce

Engine Model: AE 3007-A1/3

Cost: $13,000,000

Empty Range (nm): 1,950 nm

Full Range (nm): 1,750 nm

Speed (knots): 450 kn

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As one of the world's largest operators of 752s, I've been looking into what I should start ordering once they go out of production.  Boeing seems to recommend the 739ER, but the data here has a major hiccup.  Airsim lists the cabin length of the base 739 correctly, at 37.11m, but the 739ER seems to have a typo, at just 17.11m (which is much shorter than even a 731).  Any chance we can get that corrected before they become available for order?

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Series Name : Airbus A320neo

Model Name: A321LR

Base Cost: $129,500,000

Crew Count: 2

Cabin Length: 44.51m

Cabin Width: 3.63m

Number of Doors: 4 Main, 6 "emergency"

Maximum Capacity: 240

First Flight Date: 31 Jan 2018

Stop Production Date: 2050

Maximum Cycles (if possible, not always easy to find): Not Found, estimated same as A321neo

Take off Roll (m): 1,988

Empty Weight (kg): 50,122

Max Fuel Weight (kg): 26,835

Max Hold Payload (kg): 25,492

MTOW (kg): 96,978

Turnaround time (min): 45

Engine Manufacturer: CFM

Engine Model: LEAP-1A33

Cost: 29 Million (for two)

Empty Range (nm): 4,700nm

Full Range (nm): 4,000nm

Speed: 450kn cruising

Engine Manufacturer: Pratt & Whitney

Engine Model: PW1133G-JM

Cost: 24 Million (for two)

Empty Range (nm): 4,700nm

Full Range (nm): 4,000nm

Speed: 450kn cruising

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Series Name : Airbus A340

Model Name: A340-600

Base Cost: $275,400,000

Crew Count: 2

Cabin Length: 60.98m

Cabin Width: 5.28m

Number of Doors: 8 Main, 2 "emergency"

Maximum Capacity: 440

First Flight Date: 23 Apr 2001

Stop Production Date: 2011

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

Take off Roll (m): 3,400

Empty Weight (kg): 174,179

Max Fuel Weight (kg): 155,539

Max Hold Payload (kg): 66,224

MTOW (kg): 381,018

Turnaround time (min): 62

Engine Manufacturer: Rolls Royce

Engine Model: Trent 556

Cost: 50 Million (for four) UNSURE ABOUT THIS INFORMATION

Empty Range (nm): 7,900nm

Full Range (nm): 7,550nm

Speed: 470kn cruising

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Douglas DC-3A-S1C3

  • Crew: two
  • Capacity: 21–32 passengers
  • Length: 64 ft 8 in (19.7 m)
  • Wingspan: 95 ft 2 in (29.0 m)
  • Height: 16 ft 11 in (5.16 m)
  • Wing area: 987 sq ft (91.7 m2)
  • Aspect ratio: 9.17
  • Empty weight: 16,865 lb (7,650 kg)
  • Gross weight: 25,200 lb (11,431 kg)
  • Fuel capacity: 3736 litres
  • Powerplant: 2 × Pratt & Whitney R-1830-S1C3G Twin Wasp (14-cyl. air-cooled two row radial piston engine, 1,200 hp (890 kW) each)
  • Propellers: 3-bladed Hamilton Standard 23E50 series, (11 ft 6 in (3.5 m) diameter)
  • Maximum speed: 200 kn (230 mph, 370 km/h) at 8,500 ft (2,590 m)
  • Cruise speed: 180 kn (207 mph, 333 km/h)
  • Stall speed: 68.0 kn (78.2 mph, 125.9 km/h)
  • Service ceiling: 23,200 ft (7,100 m)
  • Rate of climb: 1,130 ft/min (5.7 m/s)
  • Wing loading: 25.5 lb/sq ft (125 kg/m2)
  • Power/mass: 0.0952 hp/lb (156.5 W/kg)
  • Start of Production - 1935
  • Ended - 1959
  • Developing Nation - US
  • 21,000 Units were Produced 
  • (2,700 kg) of cargo
  • Unit cost US$79,500 (equivalent to $1,452,805 in 2018)

  • Refer This for Operational costs - http://www.douglasdc3.com/dc3cost/dc3cost.htm 

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NOTE - THESE DETAILS ARE FROM INTERNET and MY Enng. Textbooks -- -Please Quote if anything (Detail) is missing 

Thanks I Suppose I was of HELP

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General characteristics

  • Crew: 5 flight crew, 4 flight attendants
  • Capacity: up to 105 Passengers + 18,440 lb (8,360 kg) cargo/baggage
  • Length: 112 ft 3 in (34.21 m)
  • Wingspan: 127 ft 6 in (38.86 m)
  • Height: 31 ft 8 in (9.65 m)
  • Wing area: 1,637 sq ft (152.1 m2)
  • Empty weight: 72,763 lb (33,005 kg)
  • Operating weight empty: 78,890 lb (35,780 kg)
  • Max takeoff weight: 143,000 lb (64,864 kg)
  • Maximum landing weight: 109,000 lb (49,000 kg)
  • Fuel capacity: 7,824 US gal (6,515 imp gal; 29,620 l) in eight wing tanks ; Oil capacity 246 US gal (205 imp gal; 930 l)
  • Powerplant: 4 × Wright R-3350-988TC18EA1-2 18-cylinder turbo-compound air-cooled radial piston engines, 3,400 hp (2,500 kW) each for take-off at sea level
2,800 hp (2,100 kW) in low blower at sea level
2,850 hp (2,130 kW) in low blower at 4,300 ft (1,300 m)
1,900 hp (1,400 kW) maximum cruise in low blower at 14,800 ft (4,500 m)
1,800 hp (1,300 kW) maximum cruise in high blower at 24,400 ft (7,400 m)

Performance

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8 minutes ago, Inferno said:

 

I missed upon Model name-  It is DOUGLAS DC-7


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Series Name: Airbus A220

Model Name: A220-300 

Base Cost: 

Crew Count (pilots only): 2

Cabin Length: 90'-1"

Cabin Width: 10'-9"

Number of Doors: 

Maximum Capacity: 160

First Commercial Flight Date: Dec 14, 2016

Stop Production Date: N/A

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): 69.9 tonnes

Turnaround time (min): 

[For each engine option:]

Engine Manufacturer: Pratt & Whitney

Engine Model: PW1500G

Cost:

Empty Range (nm):

Full Range (nm): 3,350nm

Speed (knots): 

https://www.airbus.com/aircraft/passenger-aircraft/a220-family/a220-300.html

 

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Series Name : Airbus A350

Model Name : Airbus A350-900 

Base Cost: $317400000

Crew Count (pilots only):2

Cabin Length: 66.8m

Cabin Width: 5.61m

Number of Doors: 8

Maximum Capacity: 440 

First Flight Date: 15.01.2015

Stop Production Date: 

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

Take off Roll (m): 2600m

Empty Weight (kg): 

Max Fuel Weight (kg): 

Max Hold Payload (kg):

MTOW (kg): 268000 kg

Turnaround time (min): 60 min

Engine Manufacturer: Rolls-Royce

Engine Model: RR XWB

Cost: $35000000

Empty Range (nm): 8100nm

Full Range (nm): 8100nm

Speed (knots): 470 kn

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I believe prices are supposed to be inflation-adjusted, but some of them don't seem to be.

The Trident series, for example, seems to be selling at its unmodified 1970s price (which I've seen quoted as $7-8 million in period documentation).  Scaled for inflation that would be ~$40 million, which is a lot closer to what its American competitor the 727 is selling for.

The DC-9 probably needs to be checked too...the DC-9-10 is currently selling at what Wikipedia claims it sold for in 1972, without inflation scaling.

Not that I'm really complaining...super-cheap Tridents is awesome news for my airline!

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The Aircraft Explorer says the L-1011 will also release at its un-adjusted 1970's price in a few years, so it's probably worth looking at it too, even though it's not available ingame yet.

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