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W310-1

6,942 mochachoo  11 months ago
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The newest aircraft in the W3XX lineup

The W310-1

The W310-1 is a twin engine, wide-body airliner that can typically seat around 514 passengers comfortably, though it is capable of seating up to 530 passengers in a single-class configuration (economy). It is powered by 2 powerful IFC354-BF4 engines which are super efficient and gives the plane a range of over 20,000km (12427mi). It is comparably bigger than the 777X and can hold more passengers than a 747. The W310-1 was designed to replace the W300-1 with better passenger capacity and longer range. The original concept had folding wingtips but that had to be ditched really quick due to the complex and confusing structure of the wing.

Controls

AG1+VTOL: Flaps
AG2+Brake: Reverse Thrust and Spoilers (You can also pushback using reverse
thrust)
AG3: Nav lights
AG4: All the other lights



Creator
mcgh06 (The Pickle Guy)

pls tell me if there are any flaws, thank you :))

KABOOM Edition (for people who want to destroy something)

https://www.simpleplanes.com/a/4vFepR/W310-2-KABOOM-Edition

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General Characteristics

  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 271.8ft (82.8m)
  • Length 266.7ft (81.3m)
  • Height 61.6ft (18.8m)
  • Empty Weight 16,297lbs (7,392kg)
  • Loaded Weight 275,470lbs (124,951kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 1.468
  • Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.001
  • Wing Loading 37.7lbs/ft2 (183.9kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 7,312.8ft2 (679.4m2)
  • Drag Points 54186

Parts

  • Number of Parts 608
  • Control Surfaces 13
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    6,942 mochachoo

    If the ailerons dont work like they're supposed to, invert the left aileron ONLY.

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    @WingworksDesignCo That's cool. ;)

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    6,942 mochachoo

    @XAircraftManufacturer The only thing that might explain the problem is the ground clearance of the engne

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    6,942 mochachoo

    @XAircraftManufacturer hmm, idk what happened

    11 months ago
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    @WingworksDesignCo I'm on full throttle on the runway and it's not moving

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    6,942 mochachoo

    @XAircraftManufacturer what do you mean?

    11 months ago
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    @WingworksDesignCo it can't go on the ground for me I have no idea why

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    @WingworksDesignCo oh I'll try later but I'm on low physics

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    6,942 mochachoo

    @XAircraftManufacturer The landing gear wouldnt explode, it's been tested for hard landings in case ryanair wanted some

    11 months ago
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    @WingworksDesignCo I could handle it on low physics but the landing gear could explode. If you could make it about 300-400 parts it would be cool. But if you can't make it or don't want make it its ok

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    6,942 mochachoo

    @XAircraftManufacturer how many parts can you handle?

    11 months ago
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    @WingworksDesignCo oh my god thank you I'm so happy

    +1 11 months ago
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    6,942 mochachoo

    @XAircraftManufacturer its ok, there will be a mobile version or a lower part count

    11 months ago
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    6,942 mochachoo

    @BaconAircraft yup

    11 months ago
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    6,942 mochachoo

    @Boeing777x maybe yes, the W310-2 variant might seat a pax of 720

    11 months ago
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    meeennnn i gonna save this on my fav list

    +1 11 months ago
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    Hello again, I was wondering if you happen to plan on making larger planes in the future with the largest seating an excess of 1300 passengers. If yes, that would be magnificent to see, because I have a thing for very huge airliners. ;)

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    I can download but I co9fly it because the part count :(

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    Very impressive plane. In fact, I could actually see this beauty flying in real life if it was built. Keep up the great work, bro. ;)

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    damn son she L O N G

    +1 11 months ago