A true sky whale, this seaplane is world renown for its long range, and large storage capabilities; perfect for a ever growing empire. With the draw backs of tough to handle, and expensive to maintain.
Crew- Pilot, co-pilot, navigator, two engineers.
Controls- Vtol for flaps, 1 for navigation lights.
Take off procedures- Vtol 1 and a half ticks, full back on stick.
History-after the Great war, there has been a boom in naval aviation, with hundreds of islands and isolated populaces, seaplanes have become a staple in most of the worlds economies. The Imperial Albatross came into service with the goal of a "flying cargo ship". The first Albatross served in the Royal Airforce for 10 years, and it now being supplemented with its newest variation, the Model-2. With even longer range, modern equipment and heavier carrying capacity, the Model-2 is looking to have a grand future in front of it.
- Predecessor X2
- Created On Windows
- Wingspan 126.4ft (38.5m)
- Length 107.1ft (32.6m)
- Height 25.1ft (7.6m)
- Empty Weight 32,540lbs (14,760kg)
- Loaded Weight 59,887lbs (27,164kg)
- Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.141
- Wing Loading 16.9lbs/ft2 (82.3kg/m2)
- Wing Area 3,553.4ft2 (330.1m2)
- Drag Points 43663
- Number of Parts 458
- Control Surfaces 10
- Performance Cost 1,589