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ATJ (Advanced Trainer Jet) ''Eaglet''

13.6k DerVito  1.8 years ago
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Let me introduce you my new plane named AJT “Eaglet”

It’s a newest trainer jet for Russian Air Force (of course it’s fictional)

I’m too lazy to make up a history of this A/C, so let’s get down to the operating instructions.


Really mobile friendly version
Smooth versiion


CONTROLS:

AG1 - Extend flaps into takeoff position. They retract automatically after reaching 205 mph.
AG2 - Extend flaps into mid-flight (battle) position. They retract automatically after reaching 218 mph.
AG3 - Extend flaps into landing position. They retract automatically after reaching 199 mph.

ATTENTION!!!
Don’t use AG1, AG2 and AG3 at the same time! Before using mid-flight flaps, please, wait for takeoff flaps to retract automatically and turn off AG1, and before using landing flaps, wait for mid-flight flaps to retract and turn off AG2. Thanks for your attention.

AG4 - Turn on 1st (left) engine
AG5 - Turn on 2nd (right) engine
AG6 - Airbrake (It’s really nice, at leas I think so)
AG7 - Gyro.
AG8 - Nav lights, Formation lights.
Landing Gear - Landing Gear down/up and toggle landing lights.
Trim - Trim (G - Logic).


Features:

•“RUSSIAN AIR FORCE” sign (which took me 76 parts)
•Advanced flaps system
•Good flight characteristics
•Nice appearance (I hope so)
•Mobile-friendly (338 parts lol)


Some beautiful screenshots:


Special thanks to @ShockRF.
Actually he made this aircraft fly, and I just made a nice (I hope so, again) appearance.

Also big thanks to @DrunkenRaider for translating this description.


P.S. Yeah yeah I know it would be better if I make custom landing gear, but it would take me much more parts.

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General Characteristics

  • Successors 1 airplane(s)
  • This plane has been featured
  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 36.9ft (11.3m)
  • Length 48.5ft (14.8m)
  • Height 16.4ft (5.0m)
  • Empty Weight -4,734,385lbs (-2,147,483kg)
  • Loaded Weight 19,281lbs (8,745kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 5.07
  • Wing Loading 38.9lbs/ft2 (189.7kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 496.1ft2 (46.1m2)
  • Drag Points 2922

Parts

  • Number of Parts 338
  • Control Surfaces 5
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    @NANOMAN nothing....

    1.7 years ago
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    13.6k DerVito

    @JoshEraDix2345 ...and?

    1.7 years ago
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    338 parts......

    1.7 years ago
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    30.0k Hyattorama

    Really nice build, great work

    1.8 years ago
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    4,334 Shippy456

    Cool

    1.8 years ago
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    Love it. :-).

    1.8 years ago
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    1,734 biggasgigant

    @NANOMAN Ок, понял

    1.8 years ago
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    13.6k DerVito

    @biggasgigant da

    1.8 years ago
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    1,734 biggasgigant

    you rus?

    1.8 years ago
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    Airbrakes Like The Space Shuttle Nice!

    +2 1.8 years ago
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    2,339 Liquidfox01

    Its a beautiful trainer that with some modifications would make a really nice light attack aircraft for a developing nation if you get me

    1.8 years ago
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    13.6k DerVito

    @Dimkal @Dimkal
    1. Maybe
    2. It’s just a trainer jet
    3. I did not find a place on the fuselage, where the air brake would be beautifully located
    4. I wanted to make an automatic (semi-automatic) flap system
    5. It’s just a trainer jet

    I will take into account your comments and make my future planes better. Anyway thank you for upvote and spotlight;)

    +6 1.8 years ago
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    29.8k Dimkal

    Very nice job! Sleek and simple design with decent flight behavior. I just noticed a few things that u can improve in a newer version and make it even better:

    1. Flaps extension is too big. You can make it smaller so u can have better ground clearence.
    2. You can add some underwing pylons with some loads (droptanks, bombs, missiles, pods, etc) so as to exhibit the operational adaptability of the AJT.
    3. Airbrakes position is quite odd but not wrong. It would be more efficient to put them sideways on the aft fuselage. Classic design its always the best!
    4. Put trim surfaces for better handling and activate FLAPS with VTOL slidebar, Its easier to operate and more user-friendly.
    5. Consider adding a refueling probe for in-flight-refueling training and CAS missions support.

    Overall, its a very good-looking plane and flies pretty nice! Don't hesitate to contact me for any help or advice!

    +4 1.8 years ago
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    3,199 KaigunChujo

    Drum bum bum in toba bate

    1.8 years ago