The WD-79 is a single aisle airliner that is made to replace the old MD-80s. It can seat around 177 passengers and travel for as long as 5,250km (2,834nmi). It's been in development for only a few weeks, started early November. It's probably the fastest I have made a functional airliner. It uses 2x IFC-237JT engines that were specifically designed for this aircraft as it does not have its engines under the wing, but rather on the rear.
The WD-79 is a mini collab between LucallanIdle™ and NOVA™, LucallanIdle™ is made by PointlessWhyShouldi. So in summary it's a mini collab between PointlessWhyShouldi, p0tato72 and I.
Credits to PointlessWhyShouldi for the detailing and being cool, and p0tato72 for being cool too.
WallabyFlex (aka. Wingflex by Wallaby)
Rose Gold Livery
Slats, for the first time
Fly with 80-90% trim down
Land at around 250-300kmh (155-186mph)
When landing, adjust the trim as it may pitch up at slower speeds
AG1: Taxi lights
AG2: Landing Lights
AG3: Reverse Thrust
AG4/5: Cabin lights (don't remember which AG it is)
VTOL Down: Flaps + Slats
If you want to add stuff to it, please don't mirror the whole plane. Only mirror the part as mirroring the whole plane will ruin the connections. Also no re-uploading without permission.
Wingworks™ | LucallanIdle™ | NOVA™
- Power/Weight Ratio 2.471
- Wing Loading 23.9lbs/ft2 (116.9kg/m2)
- Wing Area 6,838.4ft2 (635.3m2)
- Drag Points 21424
- Number of Parts 382
- Control Surfaces 5
- Performance Cost 2,075