This is my entry for ollielebanania's trainer tournament.
This is my first time at making a "realistic" cockpit, and it's not bad, it's rudimentary, but it works ! There were 2 versions of the Ar 76, an advanced fighter trainer (this one), and a basic trainer (not this one).
The first flight of the Ar 76 occurred in 1934, it's adoption by the Luftwaffe in 1936, and it's retirement in 1942. It's really not to scale, but with realistic dimensions it handles and look like a RC toy, and i prefer a better but oversized plane than a toy. Also, i don't know if i'm cursed or blessed, but even with a custom cockpit, it still has a very low part count, so it's mobile friendly.
- Predecessor Training Plane TOURNAMENT (CLOSED)
- Created On Windows
- Wingspan 55.0ft (16.8m)
- Length 42.3ft (12.9m)
- Height 19.5ft (6.0m)
- Empty Weight 8,161lbs (3,701kg)
- Loaded Weight 9,476lbs (4,298kg)
- Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.369
- Wing Loading 21.2lbs/ft2 (103.6kg/m2)
- Wing Area 446.7ft2 (41.5m2)
- Drag Points 13034
- Number of Parts 340
- Control Surfaces 0