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The Embraer E-170 (ICAO: E170 / WAKE: MEDIUM) s a narrow-body medium-range twin-engine jet airliner. Created in Second Life by Dani Aircraft, the aircraft was based on the real-life Embraer E-170, developed by Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer.

Background

The real-life Embraer E-170 was the smaller version of the E-Jets (Embraer Jets) family of jet airliners. With its prototype's completion on October 29, 2001 and the first flight on February 19, 2002, the E-170 was also the first aircraft in the family to be produced. The aircraft has three different variants: one standard and two with extra fuel tanks (E-170STD, E-170AR and E-170LR)[1]. Since entering production in 2002, the aircraft series has been a commercial success and is used by both mainline and regional airlines around the world. Originally marketed as the E-170, Dani Aircraft re-branded their replica aircraft as the 'D-170' during 2015 in a bid to differentiate their aircraft from the Embraer brand.

Features

  • Pilot/co-pilot's heads-up display (HUD).
  • Pilot / co-pilot control.
  • Working cockpit instruments with clickable switches.
  • Animated components (engines, doors, flaps, ailerons, rudder, landing gear etc.).
  • Interior lighting (cockpit and cabin).
  • Exterior lighting (landing light, navigation lights, strobes, and beacon).
  • Electrical System.
  • Independent engines.
  • Crosswind System.
  • Optional fuel system (Dani Fuel).
  • Automatic configuration for take-off.
  • In-flight passenger entertainment with x2 DVDs.
  • x3 included liveries, proprietary paint application system.
  • Rezable ground-support props (ground power unit (GPU), passenger stairs).

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See also

References

  1. Aircraft -- Brazilian Commercial Aviation (English) (Website). aviacaocomercial.net (2013). Retrieved on 2014-12-09.


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