Ascension 222F
Description
Ascension Aviation is a line of concept jets. Ascension offers a fleet of 27 aircraft, including 9 commercial airliners, 9 military transporters, and 9 cargo freighters. The numbering conventions identify shared elements between the aircraft. The third number is redundant and is a repeat of the first. First number '1' designates a fuselage width of 20' and encompasses wide body aircraft. First number '2' designates a fuselage width of 16' and encompasses semi wide body aircraft. First number '3' designates a fuselage width of 12' and encompasses narrow body aircraft. Second number '1' designates two engines, shortened wings, and a shortened fuselage. Second number '2' designates three engines, standard wings, and a standard fuselage. Second number '3' designates four engines, lengthened wings, and a lengthened fuselage. The 333 has a length of 240' and a wingspan of 220'. The 323 has a length of 200' and a wingspan of 180'. The 313 has a length of 160' and a wingspan of 140'. The 232 has a length of 200' and a wingspan of 176'. The 222 has a length of 160' and a wingspan of 144'. The 212 has a length of 120' and a wingspan of 112'. The 131 has a length of 140' and a wingspan of 132'. The 121 has a length of 120' and a wingspan of 108'. The 111 has a length of 100' and a wingspan of 84'. An 'F' designates cargo freighter models, which lack windows. An 'M' designates military transporters, which feature shoulder wings. Please feel free to use for any purposes, and if you would like access to the original parts in order to create your own series of aircraft, please feel free to message me or leave a comment. #Aircraft #Airliner #Airplane #Aviation #Cargo #Concept #Fantasy #Fictional #Freight #Future #Jet #Military #Modern #Plane #Transport
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