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62.5k randomusername  one month ago

I wanted to make something that could carry at least 100 passengers so I decided to make a fictional airliner which supposably has more than 100 seats. ACS-59 is an electric [mechanical] airliner that requires physics medium to work.- Engine failure is possible and you can replicate landing in the Hudson river in 2009. I had a fun time flying it and I'm sure you'll too. With this, you will be able to transport passengers all around the globe without ever worrying about the range because there is no limit. ;)


  • Activate 1 for cabin lights.
  • Activate 2 for landing light.
  • Activate 3 + trim for high alt precision.
  • Activate 8 + throttle for forward thrust.
  • Deactivate 8 + throttle for reverse thrust.
  • Standard manuvering controls.

- Full throttle.
- Pitch up until airborne.
- Pitch up to around 10~29 degrees.
- Enough throttle to keep the airspeed above critical stall (0~119 mph)
- Gently touchdown.
- Do not exceed 30% throttle and turn sharply, you may stress the engines.
- Keep taxi speed below minimum flight speed.


  • 139,800 pounds.
  • Max speed over 1000 mph at very high alt.
  • Good climb rate.
  • Min speed of 108 mph before critical stall. (Literally sky diving)


General Characteristics

  • Successors 9 airplane(s) +42 bonus
  • Created On Android
  • Wingspan 115.3ft (35.1m)
  • Length 133.6ft (40.7m)
  • Height 38.3ft (11.7m)
  • Empty Weight 139,782lbs (63,404kg)
  • Loaded Weight 139,782lbs (63,404kg)


  • Wing Loading 66.5lbs/ft2 (324.7kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 2,102.2ft2 (195.3m2)
  • Drag Points 0


  • Number of Parts 435
  • Control Surfaces 5
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    Throw a bunch of gizmos together in a way that will provide thrust by using drag to push back the air, @theaveragemobiledesigner. This uses multiple mechanical systems that push back the air via drag and cause the craft to move forward. An airbrake pushes back the air at a very high velocity and scale which causes ACS-59 to go forward.
    A hinge rotator changes the rotation of the engine in the level so it provides thrust in the right direction. A piston creates the change in velocity in the level and the airbrake harnesses the difference in speed to create useable thrust. x4 on here.
    A high alt mechanical engine uses the forever increasing power gain by speed in using a negative input on an airbrake. This would quickly get ACS-59 to break the game but I created a system that makes the engines stop producing as much thrust if it is accelerating too fast. The engine system is placed on a rotation system that compresses and angles the engine so it cannot provide as much thrust if it is going to fast. x2 on here.

    14 days ago
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    Can you please tell me how you make electric engines?

    +1 14 days ago
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    Okay, @Griffinthedragon.

    17 days ago
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    @randomusername im going to study some of your stuff and try and recreated one my own builds. i wont steal any of yours

    17 days ago
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    Thanks, @Griffinthedragon. 😘

    17 days ago
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    @randomusername i really love your stuff

    +1 17 days ago
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    +3 17 days ago
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    If you look near the wheel parts it says "moana knows de wae'' and "Gender?''

    +1 23 days ago
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    235 RigJig

    YOUR BUILDS ARE T H E B E S T (in my opinion at least) Shoutout 4 me? I will follow u anyway.

    +1 26 days ago
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    15.9k Hedero

    Well thats quite impressive! I use an iPad 5 so no mods yet. D: but I Really love your work, great job!@randomusername

    +1 27 days ago
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    100% on mobile, @Hedero.

    27 days ago
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    15.9k Hedero

    Do you build most of your creations on mobile or pc?@randomusername

    +1 27 days ago
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    Like anyone else does, @CatCentral. I find it easier to work on a tablet because of my dexterity and speed with my fragile hands. I got all the mods I need and I have the skill to make stuff happen.

    28 days ago
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    How did you make this on mobile!?

    +1 28 days ago
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    It requires a mod, @Night6gamer. I use the FreeCam mod to take the photos, an image editor to add text, and the designerSuite to place the images back into SP's designer. Once done, I align the camera to view the images and upload with the three I selected.

    29 days ago
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    How do you take those pics? Can you do it modd free?

    +1 29 days ago
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    30 Boioboi

    This plane is so fun lmao a Sully
    2.get the nose down underwater
    3.apply thrust
    4.break the game

    +1 one month ago
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    Future of 757

    +1 one month ago
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    This looks like the Boeing 757

    +1 one month ago
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    An Airliner That Can Do Post Stall? We Only Need Hope That Half Of The Passenger Doesn't Die When Im Trying To Do The So Called "Post Stall Manuveur"

    +2 one month ago
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    lol i got the first engine failure and i spiraled down to doom

    +2 one month ago
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    Great job! I give this a 10/10. Anyways, would you like to also eventually build a fictional wide bodied airliner in the future? If so, that would be awesome! :D

    one month ago
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    840 BnanaX

    @randomusername thanks

    +1 one month ago
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    5,198 Zanedavid

    THERE IT IS!! IVe been waiting for this!! Looks better than I hoped!! The nose is amazingly smooth too!!

    +2 one month ago
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    I made them, @Jetliner101; to get it to work, I rotated wings with a dragScale.

    one month ago
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