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Boeing 747-100 Pan American Airways Ver.2.0

92.2k 1918  one month ago

Please enjoy!

My new jumbo jet was created using KLM_747's wing and nose.
It has achieved a more realistic performance compared to the previous one.
In addition to this, I used Marine's assets to recreate the view from the window.

Control

Vtol down:Flap
Trim up &down:minute attitude control

1:Gearlight
2:Landinglight
3:Reverse
4:Airbrakes
5:Gyro
7:Night mode

History

Pan American World Airways, originally founded as Pan American Airways and commonly known as Pan Am, was the principal and largest international air carrier and unofficial flag carrier of the United States from 1927 until its collapse on December 4, 1991. It was founded in 1927 as a scheduled airmail and passenger service operating between Key West, Florida, and Havana, Cuba. The airline is credited for many innovations that shaped the international airline industry, including the widespread use of jet aircraft, jumbo jets, and computerized reservation systems. It was also a founding member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the global airline industry association.

Identified by its blue globe logo ("The Blue Meatball"),the use of the word "Clipper" in its aircraft names and call signs, and the white uniform caps of its pilots, the airline was a cultural icon of the 20th century. In an era dominated by flag carriers that were wholly or majority government-owned, it was also the unofficial overseas flag carrier of the United States. During most of the jet era, Pan Am's flagship terminal was the Worldport located at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City.

Pan Am was the launch customer of the Boeing 747, placing a $525 million order for 25 in April 1966. On January 15, 1970 First Lady Pat Nixon christened a Pan Am Boeing 747 Clipper Young America at Washington Dulles in the presence of Pan Am president Najeeb Halaby. During the next few days, Pan Am flew several 747s to major airports in the United States as a public relations effort, allowing the public to tour the airplanes. Pan Am began its final preparations for the first 747 service on the evening of January 21, 1970, when Clipper Young America was scheduled to fly from New York John F. Kennedy to London Heathrow. An engine failure delayed the inaugural flight's departure by several hours, necessitating the substitution of another 747, Clipper Victor, which eventually flew to London Heathrow. Passengers cheered and drank champagne as the jet finally lifted off from the runway at John F. Kennedy Airport.

Pan Am carried 11 million passengers over 20 billion miles (32 billion km) in 1970, the year it revolutionized air travel with the first widebodied airliner.
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Screenshot




in Haneda airport

in Hong Kong

Older versions

NorthWest

CP Air

ANA

JAL

CATHAY PACIFIC

Spotlights

General Characteristics

  • Created On iOS
  • Wingspan 202.8ft (61.8m)
  • Length 231.6ft (70.6m)
  • Height 66.0ft (20.1m)
  • Empty Weight -4,734,385lbs (-2,147,483kg)
  • Loaded Weight 138,900lbs (63,004kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 5.824
  • Wing Loading 32.6lbs/ft2 (159.2kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 4,260.1ft2 (395.8m2)
  • Drag Points 0

Parts

  • Number of Parts 2023
  • Control Surfaces 7
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    92.2k 1918

    I'm sorry, but I don't intend to improve on the problems you mention at the moment.
    Why is this? Namely because of the processing speed of devices and mobile users. I have made some compromises on the detail and behavior of the planes, as I am crafting on the mobile version myself.
    Can anyone download and fly a 5000 part jumbo jet smoothly? If you ask me, it's not.
    If you have any complaints about the detail of the airplane, I hope you will consider this point.
    @MassiveSimurgh

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    92.2k 1918

    Although it is difficult to see in operation, the hinge and directional rudder are two-piece structures.
    As for the painting of the tail not being linked to the rudder, this is due to the increase in the number of parts when the circular emblem is made to match the movement of the rudder, and also due to the processing speed of my device which is using the mobile version.
    This is something that I would like to improve.

    @DerVito
    @Mostly

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    92.2k 1918

    Special thanks to @KLM_747
    I used his wing and nose.

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    @1918 This thing is very good on my Ipad. I can spawn 5 of them and only it slows down

    24 days ago
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    240 L222

    Nice I like it

    one month ago
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    This laggy

    one month ago
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    92.2k 1918

    At the moment, there are no plans to create a video work using this aircraft. However, if I do shoot some kind of video next, it will almost certainly appear.
    @ACEPILOT109

    one month ago
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    99.6k ACEPILOT109

    can I do a video review on this? This thing is so cool!

    one month ago
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    12.7k klm747klm747

    @1918 Oh. Okay then. I'm kinda sad that you took away all the details but I guess it was necessary for lower-part builds.

    one month ago
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    92.2k 1918

    This is because the fine details on the engine pylons, the underside of the main wings, and the roots of the flaps and slats have been thoroughly removed to reduce the number of parts.
    By doing this, we were able to reduce the number of parts for the wing to about 260 parts per side.

    @KLM_747

    one month ago
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    12.7k klm747klm747

    @1918 Nice, BTW I don't know how you managed to keep the plane around 2000 considering that the wings are 840 each. If you did use the full wings, that means the part count is 83% wings.

    (Edit) I now see that you changed the landing gear and engines (and removed the leading edge flap hinges, nooooo), which accounted for half the wing's parts. (about 400)

    +1 one month ago
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    @DerVito true

    one month ago
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    There are still no major changes، the plane is still flying very fast and tail is still mocking and motionless and the wheels (landing gears) are still dry and inflexible (i mean you didn't added suspensions), and this reduces the attractiveness of this aircraft, it can not be said that this aircraft is new, but we can only say that it is again You uploaded. I'm sorry but it was a good effort

    one month ago
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    You should do the NASA version with a space shuttle

    one month ago
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    31.9k Trainzo

    A special bravo for the screens .

    one month ago
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    31.9k Trainzo

    Just GREAT JOB . Fantastic plane .

    one month ago
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    2023 parts, is that predicting when you buy this plane?

    one month ago
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    31.0k Mostly

    I agree with Vito, it does look like a completely different building style when you hit the tail. Details are okay but (With the horizontal stabilizers) it isn't nearly as seamless as the rest of the build in comparison. I wouldn't say it's garbage but it's a noticeable difference in the build quality. It especially breaks the immersion when you do get around to using the ruder, too. Giving credit where credit is due though, the wings and gear are great, so is the paint. The smoothing really helped with making this build look even better.

    +2 one month ago
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    12.4k DerVito

    Nice work, but the whole tail is trash. The horizontal tail is made in a deletant manner, compared to the rest of the aircraft it is terrible. The rudder is one-segment, whereas in reality it is made up of two segments. The emblem of the airline is made in one circle and does not turn with the turn of the rudder. The saddest thing is that you were able to do these parts well, but you didn't. I don’t believe that you were saving parts, because if your craft consists of 2000 parts, it’s too late to save them.

    Sorry for using Google Translator.

    +3 one month ago
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    29.9k tsampoy

    Awesome!

    one month ago
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    @1918 yaaayyy amazingg 👍👍👍👍👍

    one month ago
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    4,690 SmallyRocket

    Fastest updoot in the west

    one month ago
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    and way good plane

    one month ago
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    dang so quick to upvote

    one month ago