My entry for @FeatherWing's Arctic Aircraft Challenge
Also Happy Victory/VE day to anyone who celebrates
This is also my most detailed (and first) cabin interior yet
The Q-20 'AirCruiser':
The AirCruiser was a passenger/mail carrying aircraft developed by AV as the airline industry and and Aviation as a whole entered their first golden years.
It featured a number of modern features, such as a closed air-conditioned passenger cabin as well as some more familiar legacy features such as an open, single pilot cabin.
The Q-20 could carry up to 12 passengers along with mail and cargo and had a fairly good flight range as well as being fairly robust.
The AirCruiser gained fame when one Q-20, modified with skis, started service with SAT on their Arctic line which was a first for passenger travel as a whole and helped developed a dedicated arctic variant which sold in number to mainly SAT and also operated as an air ambulance to remote arctic communities.
Ag1- Left Engine
Ag2- Right Engine
Ag7- Indoor Cabin lights
VTOL - Flaps
Trim - Trim
Brakes - wing spoilers
and thank you very much if you decide to upvote <3
- Predecessor Arctic Aircraft Challenge
- Created On Windows
- Wingspan 52.5ft (16.0m)
- Length 45.9ft (14.0m)
- Height 16.9ft (5.1m)
- Empty Weight 3,365lbs (1,526kg)
- Loaded Weight 6,234lbs (2,828kg)
- Horse Power/Weight Ratio 1.347
- Wing Loading 13.4lbs/ft2 (65.5kg/m2)
- Wing Area 464.9ft2 (43.2m2)
- Drag Points 2247
- Number of Parts 259
- Control Surfaces 8
- Performance Cost 1,049