Dornier Do 24 T-2
Finally, this is my Explorer challenge entry! A boatplane with working turrets and fully functionnal cockpit. Hope you'll like it!
AG1 : Toggle engine 1
AG2 : Toggle engine 2
AG3 : Toggle engine 3
AG4 : Activate nose turret
AG5 : Activate dorsal turret
AG6 : Activate Rear turret
AG8 : Lights
LandingGear : Flaps
Brakes : Pilot taxi view
Cam1 : Pilot
Cam2 : Co-pilot
Cam3 : Nose turret
Cam4 : Dorsal turret
Cam5 : Rear turret
Takeoff : Raise flaps (LandingGear), start engines 1-2-3, full throttle and pitch up. I recommand using the zoom in cockpit view (brakes) to taxi.
Level flight : 80% throttle to reach 164mph
Landing : Release flaps (LandingGear), approach speed is 110mph.
The Dornier Do 24 is a 1930s German three-engine flying boat designed by the Dornier Flugzeugwerke for maritime patrol and search and rescue. According to Dornier records, some 12,000 people were rescued by Do 24s during its flying career.
A total of 279 were built among several factories from 1937 to 1945.
This plane was involved in the fighting of the kuban bridgehead in spring 1943.
Role: Bomber, reconnaissance and air-sea rescue flying boat
Manufacturer: Dornier Aviolanda, Potez
First flight: 3 July 1937
Pilot: Hans Lieber.
Seenotstaffel 8, Lake Tobechiskoe/Crimea.
Maximum speed: 340 km/h (211mph)
Cruise speed: 264 km/h (164mph)
GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS :
Length: 21.89 m (71 ft ?9 3/4 in)
Wingspan: 27.00 m (88 ft 7 in)
Height: 5.75 m (18 ft 10?1/3 in)
Wing area: 108.0 m2 (1,163 ft2)
Empty weight: 10,600 kg (23,369 lb)
Loaded weight: 16,200 kg (35,714 lb)
Powerplant: 3 X Bramo 323R-2 Fafnir 9-cylinder radial engines, with water injection