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Planex Aerospace A190-100

86.1k ForeverPie  2 months ago
Auto Credit Based on ForeverPie's !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Planex A-190-100

3 people were impatient and downloaded before the description was available, good luck flying this brick :D

An all new, long range mid-sized airliner by Planex Aerospace.

The Planex A190-100 is the shortest version of the A190 family, which has unbeatable economics and performance to fill the gap left by the Boeing 757/767 families. It can seat 44 people in First Class and 156 people in Economy class for a total PAX of 200 in a 2 class configuration. Of course, that number can be brought down depending on airline preference, and the amount of cabin flexibility offered in the A190 allow nearly all configurations to be economical. The A190-100 can also take off and land out of airports as small as Wright's North Field, making it the ultimate long and skinny aircraft, period.

The A190-100 has multiple features allowing it to achieve such unbeatable efficiency and performance.

1: The Aircrafts high thrust and folding wings allow it to operate at the smallest regional airports, or even on compromised runways thanks to it's default gravel kit and rugged landing gear.
2: The ultra high bypass turbofan Planex NG-1A-100 engines make for maximum power and efficiency in the same package.
3: The ultra-streamlined design is sleek and creates very low drag for minimum air resistance.
4: More Lift=Better Physics lolamiright

OK. GIF TIME. LITERALLY THE EXACT SAME GIFS AS THE LAST 2 PLANES.

A190-200 raising it's gear (close up).

A190-200 touching down after a test flight.

The A190s famous folding wings in action to bring the plane from a Group V gate size to a Group III gate (Aircraft is actually Group IV due to tail height).

FLIGHT CONTROLS:

ACT1: Gear Doors, always raise before taxi.

ACT2: Reverse Thrusters, they stop you.

ACT3: Speedbrakes, they also stop you.

ACT4,5,6,7: L A M P

ACT8: Wing Fold

VTOL: Flaps

Trim: Trim

LandingGear: Landing gear legs.

TIPS:

For long field takeoff, set throttle 5% until speed hits 10kts (11mph). Set throttle to 20% until 80kts (92mph), then set throttle to 30%. Rotate at 120kts (138mph). Set throttle to 50% while rotating. Short field takeoff is the same procedure, but go 30% throttle from beginning of roll up to rotation, then increase to 50%.

Land with flaps either 3/4 or full at a speed of 140-145kts (161-167mph). Butter the bread, then ACT3 for speed brakes and ACT2 for reverse thrust.

The Family:

A-190-100
A-190-200
A-190-300
A-190-400

I stole the description from the other A-190s lol RIP my reputation plz dont upvote.

Enjoy! :D

PieGuy

General Characteristics

  • Predecessor !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Planex A-190-100
  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 177.6ft (54.1m)
  • Length 151.9ft (46.3m)
  • Height 48.8ft (14.9m)
  • Empty Weight 155,488lbs (70,528kg)
  • Loaded Weight 245,943lbs (111,558kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 0.603
  • Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.024
  • Wing Loading 50.3lbs/ft2 (245.5kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 4,891.9ft2 (454.5m2)
  • Drag Points 58424

Parts

  • Number of Parts 687
  • Control Surfaces 9
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    377 Jerba

    It was luck. Lord Stalin gave me his blessing.@ForeverPie

    one month ago
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    86.1k ForeverPie

    @Jerba epic

    one month ago
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    377 Jerba

    Took this thing off from the uss tiny.

    one month ago
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    86.1k ForeverPie

    @Nerfenthusiast oh

    one month ago
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    what its one of my favorite pass times @ForeverPie

    one month ago
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    86.1k ForeverPie

    @Nerfenthusiast Stop cheating the system

    one month ago
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    I could have flown this before the desc was ready as I was a tester so I knew the controls from those @ForeverPie

    one month ago
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    377 Jerba

    I buttered this at Wright at 367 mph. Overran the runway at 54 mph. Probably can do a good landing if I land in the first fourth of the runway(headed away from bandit/maywar) I think I landed in the end of the second fourth of the runway.

    one month ago
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    86.1k ForeverPie

    @2578Vikk Thanks dude!

    one month ago
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    Really nice plane!

    one month ago
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    Nice

    2 months ago
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    29.1k Hyattorama

    Cool thanks! :) @ForeverPie

    2 months ago
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    86.1k ForeverPie

    @Hyattorama Ill definitely try to remember to tag you

    +1 2 months ago
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    29.1k Hyattorama

    If you can remember to do so, I’d love it if you tagged me on that post! Although, if not that’s cool, as I’m pretty sure I’ll see it on my jet stream anyway. @ForeverPie

    2 months ago
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    86.1k ForeverPie

    @what1do2you3think Yeah basically.

    2 months ago
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    @ForeverPie So it would be more of a competitor to the A220-300, 737max9, A321NEO and the Boeing NMA

    2 months ago
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    86.1k ForeverPie

    @what1do2you3think Its basically a really big 737-9, but with the same type rating as the other A-190s so carriers can spend less money on training.

    +1 2 months ago
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    86.1k ForeverPie

    @Hyattorama Thanks bro, The -400 will be quite a treat as well, and I cant wait to share it :D

    +1 2 months ago
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    29.1k Hyattorama

    This whole family of planes is just a treat to fly, great job sir :)

    +1 2 months ago
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    You are taking the risk against other competitors. Like the A319 NEO or A220-300 and the 737-7Max
    Overall great plane!! I would have kept the two emergency exits in case. Your airplane!

    (My aircraft never compete to the good stuff. Lol)

    2 months ago
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    86.1k ForeverPie

    @ChiyomiAnzai yes

    2 months ago
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    86.1k ForeverPie

    @ChiyomiAnzai ACT8 and ACT1

    2 months ago
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    86.1k ForeverPie

    @ChiyomiAnzai What can I say except
    youre welcome

    Oh, and thanks too!

    +1 2 months ago