Re-Uploaded due to found issues in the nose gear doors as well as the lack of cargo door decorations. I will update the A-190-200 with the cargo doors soon.
An all new, long range mid-sized airliner by Planex Aerospace. Also slightly larger.
The Planex A-190-300 is the stretched evolution of the A-190-200, and is part of the A-190 family. The A-190 has unbeatable economics and performance to fill the gap left by the Boeing 757/767 families. It can seat 72 people in First Class and 228 people in Economy class for a total PAX of 300 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 A-190 allow nearly all configurations to be economical. The A190-300 has been tested on improvised runways, making it perfect for airlines to replace their aging Boeing B737-200s with modern, larger jets to fill a need for more goods in remote areas.
The A190-300 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. THESE GIFS ARE STOLEN FROM THE -200.
A190-200 raising it's gear (close up).
A190-200 touching down after a test flight.
The A-190s 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).
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
LandingGear: Landing gear legs.
For long field takeoff, set throttle 10% until speed hits 50kts (57mph). Set throttle to 20% until 100kts, then set throttle to 30%. Rotate at 135kts (155mph). 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 140-150kts (161-172mph). Butter the bread, then ACT3 for speed brakes and ACT2 for reverse thrust.
- Power/Weight Ratio 0.574
- Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.023
- Wing Loading 52.8lbs/ft2 (257.9kg/m2)
- Wing Area 4,891.9ft2 (454.5m2)
- Drag Points 58842
- Number of Parts 783
- Control Surfaces 9