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Aceburn Industries Super Daltanious Mk.IV

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Manufacturer: Intercontinental Research Division (Aceburn Industries, Arsean Aerospace, Matsuzaka Aeronautical Corporation, Nordunø Aviation)

Named after Mirai Robo Daltanious

Ministry of Aerospace Industry Designation: Super Daltanious

Years of Development: 1982-1997

Year of Rollout: 1998

Desired Role: Strike Intercepter

Status: In Very limited service

Primary operators: Atlantine Air Force (Mk.IV-2), United Røsya Air Force (Mk.IV-2) Kingdom of Nordunø Royal Air Force (Mk.IV and IV-2), Royal Fabellan Air Force (Mk.IV)

Former Operators: United Federation (MK.IV Early), Republic of Iskareø (MK.IV Early).

Produced: 1999-2021

Number built: 754

Powerplant: 2x Aceburn Engines LBE-170C Low Bypass High Speed Engine

Short Info:
The Super Daltanious is a All Weather, Mach 2 Intercepter made to intercept TU-95s, B-52s, and even very stealth Bombers. This aircraft was made thanks to a man named Tripp Polo, the Chief Officer of the Air Force. He want a aircraft that can do interceptions along the coast of the Kingdom of Ulaarjabaalter (former federation state). These “bad boys” were extensively used during the Ulaarjabaalter independence war as the Early Variant. These were successful in intercepting bombers and deflecting Ulaarjabaaltian experimental aircraft. The MK.IV-2 was revealed in the 2015 Paris Airshow for a brief moment and shocked viewers with its stealthy sound.

General Characteristics

  • Predecessor Aceburn Industries Daltanious Mk.IV Final
  • Created On iOS
  • Wingspan 43.5ft (13.3m)
  • Length 60.1ft (18.3m)
  • Height 22.5ft (6.9m)
  • Empty Weight 26,931lbs (12,216kg)
  • Loaded Weight 38,435lbs (17,433kg)


  • Power/Weight Ratio 0.863
  • Wing Loading 58.9lbs/ft2 (287.4kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 652.9ft2 (60.7m2)
  • Drag Points 2570


  • Number of Parts 637
  • Control Surfaces 7
  • Performance Cost 3,207