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Boeying B-6WE-1

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The Boeying B-6WE-1

History

The Boeying B-6WE-1 is a wide body long range double decker aircraft designed and made by Boeying in the early 60’s. The plane would be a revolution in air travel, with it’s double decker design. It also was the largest aircraft of it’s time. Although it was very popular under people no airline would want it. The plane could had a top speed of 646 mph but if they would fly that fast the plane would fall apart. The prototype was scraped in 1983 after serving as a billboard.

Info:

Number build: 1
Period of service: -
Top customer: -
Engines: 4x Boeying RW-779’s
Top speed: 646 mph
Cruising speed: 500 mph
Cruising altitude: 20.000 feet
Range: long Haul
Take off speed: 200 mph

Controls:

1 and VTOL down to raise the gear
2 and VTOL up for reverse thrust
3 and VTOL down for flaps
4 for landing lights
5 for beacon lights
6 for taxi mode
Take off: Flaps half and rotate at 200 mph
Landing: Flaps full and land at 180 mph

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General Characteristics

  • Created On iOS
  • Wingspan 118.1ft (36.0m)
  • Length 109.5ft (33.4m)
  • Height 39.5ft (12.0m)
  • Empty Weight 109,761lbs (49,787kg)
  • Loaded Weight 160,693lbs (72,889kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 1.762
  • Wing Loading 54.9lbs/ft2 (268.0kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 2,927.1ft2 (271.9m2)
  • Drag Points 47846

Parts

  • Number of Parts 480
  • Control Surfaces 10