Avro RJ-146 {remade}

Hello, this is an aircraft that I think would be a great addition to Infinite flight because it is a short haul airliner, which we need more in infinite flight… This is a remake of the previously closed one.

Brief Introduction to the RJ-146
The British Aerospace 146 is a short-haul jet that was manufactured in the United Kingdom by British Aerospace, later part of BAE Systems. Production ran from 1983 until 2002. Manufacture of an improved version known as the Avro RJ began in 1992. A further-improved version with new engines, the Avro RJX , was announced in 1997, but only two prototypes and one production aircraft were built before production ceased in 2001. With 387 aircraft produced, the Avro RJ/BAe 146 is the most successful British civil jet airliner programme.

The BAE 146/Avro RJ is a high-wing cantilever monoplane with a T-tail. It has four [turbofan] engines mounted on pylons underneath the wings, and has retractable tricycle landing gear. The aircraft has very quiet operation, and has been marketed under the name Whisperjet It sees wide usage at small, city-based airports such as London City Airport. In its primary role, it serves as a regional jet, short-haul airliner or regional airliner, while examples of the type are also in use as private jets. The BAE 146/Avro RJ is in wide use with several European-based carriers such as CityJet . The largest operator of the type, Swiss Global Air Lines, retired its last RJ100 in August 2017.


Credit for picture goes to Karsten Palt, of www.flugzeoginfo.net

Specifications
|Crew| 2|
|Seats 70–82|85–100|97–112

|Cabin width| 3.42 m (11.2 ft)|
|Length| 26.19 m (85.9 ft)|28.55 m (93.7 ft)|31 m (102 ft)|

|Height| 8.61 m (28.2 ft)|
|Wing| 26.34 m (86.4 ft) span, 77.3 m2 (832 sq ft) area, 8.98 [AR]

|[MTOW| 38,101 kg (84,000 lb)|42,184 kg (93,000 lb)|44,225 kg (97,500 lb)|
|[OEW] 23,820 kg (52,510 lb)|24,600 kg (54,230 lb)|25,640 kg (56,530 lb)|

|Max. [Payload] |8,612 kg (18,990 lb)|11,233 kg (24,760 lb)|11,781 kg (25,970 lb)|
|Fuel capacity| 11,728 L (3,098 US gal), option : 12,901 L (3,408 US gal)

|Turbofans (4×)| BAe 146 : [Lycoming ALF 502]R-5,
|Speed|Mach 0.739 (426 kn; 789 km/h) Max, Mach 0.7 (404 kn; 747 km/h) cruise|

|Ceiling|35,000 ft (11,000 m)|
|Range|82 pax: 3,870 km (2,090 nmi)|100 pax: 3,650 km (1,970 nmi)|100 pax: 3,340 km (1,800 nmi)|

|Take off (SL, ISA)|1,195 m (3,921 ft)|1,390 m (4,560 ft)|1,535 m (5,036 ft)|
|Landing (SL, ISA)|1,180 m (3,870 ft)|1,190 m (3,900 ft)|1,270 m (4,170 ft)|

Some Operators of this aircraft
[Cobham Aviation Services Australia
[Mahan Air],
[CityJet]
[BRA Braathens Regional Airlines}
[Airlink]
{SAS}
{Swiss}
{Brussels airlines}
In July 2018, 40 BAe Avro RJ-146 were in service…
This aircraft would be a great addition because this aircraft does not need a lot of runway space to takeoff, and it is perfect for short regional flights… I hope I have encouraged you to vote for this aircraft as I think it would really make IF even more special, by having older aircraft… Most of this information used comes from Wikipedia. Happy Voting friends!

There is already another one.

Oh What?! I was searching for this topic, and there were only closed ones… How and why did this thread not pop up?

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Well it depends on what you put into the search. If you just search ‘RJ’, or ‘RJ 146’, then you might not find it. :)

Hmmm, so what do you recommend for me to do now? to flag this post? I’m so sad, all the work and effort I put into this! :(

I already flagged it, but a mod will decide, although the request I linked has over 70 votes.

oh, ok, thank you

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100% agree with you!!!1 I was just thinking the other day about how much I wished this plane was in IF

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We’ll keep the 70 votes one open ;)

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