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Performance Glider W/ Fully Featured Cockpit

6,917 Ducani  6.3 years ago
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Flying this glider is both peaceful and immersive. enjoy the ride as you slowly fall back to earth. *To start a glide from a significant altitude first fly a powered plane up as high as you'd like and then save that location.

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  • This craft has been featured

General Characteristics

  • Successors 44 airplane(s) +279 bonus
  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 66.7ft (20.3m)
  • Length 26.1ft (8.0m)
  • Height 8.9ft (2.7m)
  • Empty Weight 2,247lbs (1,019kg)
  • Loaded Weight 2,247lbs (1,019kg)

Performance

  • Wing Loading 12.2lbs/ft2 (59.7kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 183.7ft2 (17.1m2)
  • Drag Points 337

Parts

  • Number of Parts 89
  • Control Surfaces 5
  • Performance Cost 328
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    8,040 Ryn176

    @OzkuBoyz lol..

    5.0 years ago
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    306 OzkuBoyz

    @Ryn176 Yeah i have completed it now... I was so frustarated at that time

    5.0 years ago
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    8,040 Ryn176

    @OzkuBoyz it's possible, as long as you have the right glider

    5.0 years ago
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    306 OzkuBoyz

    Eagle pass is goddamn impossible!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    5.0 years ago
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    @Ducani Can I make a new improved version of this?

    5.2 years ago
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    really cool glider! and incredible the hands how move the stick and i do a version that a plane moves the glider and launches the glider

    6.2 years ago
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    256 NotBoeing

    There's some crazy xml nodded planes that go crazy fast and go crazy high!

    6.3 years ago
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    413 iDrakeZz

    Yeah im gonna just look for one @NotBoeing i dont build well.

    6.3 years ago
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    256 NotBoeing

    It, called making a stable rocket go straight up and wait a while XD @iDrakeZz

    6.3 years ago
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    413 iDrakeZz

    (Me going through notifs drinking coffee) me: thats nothing... *spits out coffee * 500,000 FT?! HOLY HEAVEN THAT IS FAR!!! @NotBoeing

    6.3 years ago
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    256 NotBoeing

    @iDrakeZz that's nothing, I have one at 500,000 ft up XD

    6.3 years ago
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    256 NotBoeing

    Very cool!

    6.3 years ago
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    This is awesome!!! I hope you check out my planes as well

    6.3 years ago
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    3,470 SelectAKey

    Hey is it possible to snag just the cockpit. Of course i shall give credit to your design

    6.3 years ago
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    413 iDrakeZz

    Basic science. Although there is the factor of the plane pointing straight down at spawn.

    6.3 years ago
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    6,917 Ducani

    @iDrakeZz ok cool, so a glider works by efficiently exchanging potential energy (altitude) for kinetic energy (speed). So if you did a dive then there's a good chance you would achieve those speeds.

    6.3 years ago
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    413 iDrakeZz

    No actually the point was saved at 30 mph @Ducani

    6.3 years ago
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    6,917 Ducani

    @iDrakeZz not at all, sounds like you where probably going pretty quick when you saved the location.

    6.3 years ago
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    413 iDrakeZz

    I have a location placed at 15,000 feet in the air. Is it wrong that i achieved 400 mph?

    6.3 years ago
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    9,368 FlOu

    Great cockpit view

    6.3 years ago
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    Ok thanks I actually just figures that out and when I saw where it was I felt so stupid@Ducani

    6.3 years ago
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    6,917 Ducani

    @Totablecone17 you should be able to cycle the views in the menu. you can get to that menu by tapping the top left corner.

    6.3 years ago
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    How do I look into the camera on iOS

    6.3 years ago
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    Wow..

    6.3 years ago
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    10 out of 10 would fly again.

    6.3 years ago
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