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In Topic: 2020 Private Aircraft Challenge

04 June 2020 - 03:06 PM

Wow!!! Congrats all!! Wow I’m 4th!

In Topic: 2020 Private Aircraft Challenge

01 May 2020 - 05:00 PM







The interior of the aircraft was designed in collaboration with BMW, featuring extensive use cream colored fine grain nappa leather, BMW fineline pure wood, and satin steel trim. The aircraft is divided into 5 sections. Right as you board, you walk through a short corridor where the galley, bathroom and crew rest area is located. The first guest section of the jet is the dining room, where you will find 6 recliner seats and BMW fineline pure wood tables. The next section of the aircraft is a conference room, featuring 7 recliner seats around a rectangular table. The third guest section of the aircraft is a living room like space, featuring a couch big enough for 6 passengers and a Samsung flat screen TV which can play any live channel within the US. In the aft section of the jet is a private suite with a full size bed and a recliner style seat. The suite also includes a personal bathroom with a shower. The aircraft can hold up to 20 passengers and 4 crew members, and can provide sleeping spaces for up to 10 passengers. Other notable modifications to the aircraft include a high speed Wi-Fi system, added fuel tanks that extend the range of the aircraft to just under 5,500 nautical miles, and built-in airstairs.



If you didn’t made the seat map, don’t put it. I’m going to submit an aircraft with a seat map made all by me. Cheater...

In Topic: 2020 Private Aircraft Challenge

29 April 2020 - 07:15 PM


EC-GQT was originally delivered to Kenya Airways in 1988 with the registration 5Y-BFM and later was bought by Air Nostrum. In 2003 Bombardier acquired the Aircraft for an unknown reason. In November of that year it was lend to Blue Bird aviation, the airline that caused it to overrun on a runway. After having 4 registrations, a now Spanish rich man which knew the aircraft was going too be scrapped bought the aircraft and sent it to Spain. The reason of this was because he is an aviation geek and remembers it’s first flight with Air Nostrum with the same exact aircraft (EC-GQT) and re-registered it with the same registration. Months later,  when the aircraft as totally repaired, he personally designed the livery interior of his F50. In 2004, the aircraft made it’s first private flight for his new owner, and continues in service. The owner said that until the aircraft cant totally continue flying, he will make an small house near his parent’s for vacations (hopefully in many years). This Fokker represents the connection between an aircraft and a person, and how can humans love an object so much.


The interior is equipped with 6 seats with seat belts, a sofa with a capacity for 3 people. On the front there are 4 seats, 2 on each side with a desk on the middle, which can be extended the double of space if necessary. Then we ave the sofa with a Samsung QLED 8K TV of 65’, which includes a database of more than 3.000 movies. Near L2 door we have 2 seats with a wide desk. On the rear of the aircrafts there’s a bathroom with a galley. Theres a reserved space for flight attendants on the front of the aircraft near R1 door.



Note: Template modification of AryaYudhistira’s (kept details and engine), gear by me. Seat map by me. Grass credit to Marco Dottie (Planespotters.net). 

In Topic: 2020 East Asia Design Challenge

18 April 2020 - 06:51 PM


In Topic: 2020 less than 50 seats Design Challenge

13 April 2020 - 11:32 AM




Pyrenair is an airline based at Jaca (Spain) operating flights around the Pyrenees in France and Spain. The airline was founded in 1999 operating 2 Dornier Do328 and later ordering 2 more Do328NEU on the future. The airline’s Main HUBs are Jaca and Pau, on the center of the Pyrenees, and flying around cities such as Pamplona, San Sebastián, Biarritz, between others. The airline tries to offer a high quality service on short flights for the best customer experience. Thanks to the STOL operations on the Dornier, we can land on all remote airports of this mountains, on a safer way, connecting cities around the Pyrenees.