So Hello all,
I m sorry for not uploading the B 29 bomber last time on which I was working cuz the scale was really smaller than it must be
So let's leave the topic of B 29 and start with Airbus A340
A.T.W(According to Wiki)
The Airbus A340 is a long-range, wide-body passenger airliner that was developed and produced by Airbus. In the mid-1970s, Airbus conceived several derivatives of the A300, its first airliner, and developed the A340 quadjet in parallel with the A330 twinjet. In June 1987, Airbus launched both designs with their first orders and the A340-300 took its maiden flight on 25 October 1991. It was certified along with the A340-200 on 22 December 1992 and both versions entered service in March 1993 with launch customers Lufthansa and Air France. The larger A340-500/600 were launched on 8 December 1997, the A340-600 flew for the first time on 23 April 2001 and entered service on 1 August 2002.
Keeping the eight-abreast economy cross-section of the A300, the early A340-200/300 has a similar airframe to the A330. Differences include four 151 kN (34,000 lbf) CFM56s instead of two high-thrust turbofans to bypass ETOPS restrictions on trans-oceanic routes, and a three-leg main landing gear instead of two for a heavier 276 t (608,000 lb) MTOW. Both airliners have fly-by-wire controls, which was first introduced on the A320, as well as a similar glass cockpit. The later A340-500/600 have a larger wing and are powered by 275 kN (62,000 lbf) Rolls-Royce Trent 500 for a heavier 380 t (840,000 lb) MTOW.
The shortest A340-200 measured 59.4 m (195 ft), and could cover 12,400 km / 6,700 nmi with 210–250 seats in 3-class. The most common A340-300 reached 63.7 m (209 ft) to accommodate 250–290 passengers and had a 13,500 km / 7,300 nmi range. The A340-500 was 67.9 m (223 ft) long to seat 270–310 over 16,670 km / 9,000 nmi, the longest-range airliner at the time. The longest A340-600 was stretched to 75.4 m (247 ft), then the longest airliner, to accommodate 320–370 passengers over 14,450 km / 7,800 nmi.
As improving engine reliability allowed ETOPS operations for almost all routes, more economical twinjets have replaced quadjets on many routes. On 10 November 2011, Airbus announced that the production reached its end, after 380 orders had been placed and 377 delivered from Toulouse, France. By the end of 2021, the global A340 fleet had completed more than 2.5 million flights over 20 million block hours and carried over 600 million passengers with no fatalities. The A350 is its successor; the McDonnell Douglas MD-11 and the Boeing 777 were its main competitors. Lufthansa is the largest operator and the largest customer with 34 A340 aircraft in its fleet.
This image is kinda sussy with its livery (lol kidding)
In Game Image
This one is with a custom livery!!
The Blueprint I used
It's little smaller than the blueprint cuz of human error
This thing is made for VR too!
I would be very happy if Andrew Garrison take this for VR
Ag6-Meanwhile does nothing
Ag8-All lights control
Brakes-Airbrakes and wheel brakes (the wheel brake is applied in very small amount)
Yaw control-On ur left side
Take off speed - above 135 mph
Landing speed - Try keeping speed between 140 to 150 mph
This thing can't air to air refuel even though I can add but the speed always showed a problem
If tht speed is below 130 the plane itself nose dip and u won't have control on it
Have a great day flying this beast
- Power/Weight Ratio 1.329
- Wing Loading 11.7lbs/ft2 (57.2kg/m2)
- Wing Area 8,652.7ft2 (803.9m2)
- Drag Points 39370
- Number of Parts 352
- Control Surfaces 11
- Performance Cost 1,603