Aircraft Icon Size Guide for LiveFlight

Hello!

This is a guide for determining the appropriate aircraft, based on wingspan, in order to properly use the gate sizes found on the airport charts in Cameron’s LiveFlight application.

This list will be updated as new aircraft are added for Infinite Flight.


Super Heavy (85m wingspan) image

  • Airbus A380-800
  • Boeing 747-8

Heavy (65m wingspan) image

  • Airbus A330-200F
  • Airbus A330-300
  • Airbus A340-600
  • Boeing 747 VC-25
  • Boeing 747-200
  • Boeing 747-400
  • Boeing 747-SCA
  • Boeing 747-SOFIA
  • Boeing 777-200F
  • Boeing 777-200ER
  • Boeing 777-200LR
  • Boeing 777-300ER
  • Boeing 787-8
  • Boeing 787-9
  • Boeing 787-10

Wide-Body (52m wingspan) image

  • Boeing 757-200
  • Boeing 767-300
  • Boeing C-17 Globemaster III
  • Lockheed AC-130
  • Lockheed C-130H
  • Lockheed C-130J
  • Lockheed C-130J-30

Narrow-Body (36m wingspan) image

  • Airbus A318
  • Airbus A319
  • Airbus A320
  • Airbus A321
  • Boeing 717-200
  • Boeing 737-700
  • Boeing 737 BBJ
  • Boeing 737-800
  • Boeing 737-900
  • Bombardier Dash 8-Q400
  • Embraer ERJ-170
  • Embraer ERJ-175
  • Embraer ERJ-190
  • Embraer ERJ-195

Regional (24m wingspan) image

  • A-10
  • Bombardier CRJ-200
  • Cessna Citation X

Light (15m wingspan) image

  • Cessna 172
  • Cessna 208
  • Cirrus SR22 GTS
  • F/A 18
  • F-14
  • F-16C
  • F-22
  • P-38
  • Spitfire Mk VIII
  • Super Decathlon

All aircraft icons are copyright © of LiveFlight, 2017. All Rights Reserved.


LiveFlight is a third-party mobile and desktop application developed by @Cameron for Infinite Flight. You can use this app to track flights in regions, check active airports, view detailed airport charts, and lots more.

You can get the LiveFlight app for free available on iOS or on Desktop. A monthly $1.99 Horizon subscription is also available for purchase. Details are located on the website or in the iOS application.

I’ve had explicit permission from Cam to create this.

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Nice post! Very helpful indeed.

Thank you. I’m glad you found it helpful. :)

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This will be a great tool for everyone, thanks for posting this! :)

Great post this is very helpful

idk who made the graphics, But whoever might want to have a consistent stroke around all the aircraft, Just my 2c anyway :p

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As stated by Cam via PM. Hope this clears up your concern.

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The icons are coming soon to the web too 😱


What’s the visual differences between heavy and super, @Nathan?

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No visual differences. Same icon, different wingspans.

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Hey @Nathan! I’m pretty sure that there is something named the “Bombardier Dash 8 Q400” in the game

Yes, it is on the list. Every plane in Infinite Flight is on this list.

Oh. Saw it. But I think it and think it and the ERJs are rather “Regional” than “Narrow Body”. But anyways, as LF shows them as “Narrow Body”, your list is correct until @Cameron changes it

I have researched information on all planes and have categorized each plane based on their wingspan. ERJs have a wingspan greater than the “regional” wingspan so they’re in the “narrow-body” category.

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Thank you Nathan for all that data! I’m impressed😊👏

It’s under narrow body

I think the erj-170-195 are regional too :/

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Based on wingspan, the E-jets belong in a the “narrow-body” category.

Is is a regional jet? Or regional is a type of size?

If you use the LiveFlight airport charts, you’ll see these same icons with a maximum wingspan for that gate.

The ERJ has a wingspan greater than the regional gates (24m) so it’s in the narrow body category.

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Oh so it’s the wingspan that tell it’s size.

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