Name that Plane!
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Hmm. What is it?
Submitted By Sv3n on 12/09/03
TPOA, Sv3n, Planes, FSX 

Ok, so here's how you play. One person shows multiple pictures of a plane (not different ones) and the others try to guess it.

5 days - 22,986v
Posted 2012/09/03 - 23:24 GMT
Its a 737...
2 days - 11,431v
Posted 2012/09/04 - 3:42 GMT
No.. 777.
2 days - 11,431v
Posted 2012/09/04 - 3:46 GMT
There are multiple ways to tell it's a 777. 3 wheels on each gear, the winglets are slanted, and you see the wide body. 737s now do have winglets, well, the vast majority of them do (700-800s?). 
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Re: Name that Plane!
1 week - 31,391v
Posted 2012/09/04 - 1:24 GMT
Its an American :D
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Re: Name that Plane!
2 days - 11,431v
Posted 2012/09/04 - 3:59 GMT
Hmm, maybe you can tell what this old twin engine plane is. Hint. It's made by McDonnell Douglas
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Re: Name that Plane!
1 week - 32,767v
Posted 2012/09/14 - 15:09 GMT
Do I sense DC-3 or Super DC-3?
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Hint: it is not a 737
5 days - 22,986v
Posted 2012/09/04 - 14:45 GMT
I don't want to bump intos svens picture so guess both of ours.
 
What plane is it?
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Re: Hint: it is not a 737
2 days - 11,431v
Posted 2012/09/05 - 3:25 GMT
777 AND a SWA 737.
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Re: Hint: it is not a 737
1 week - 32,767v
Posted 2012/09/05 - 4:10 GMT
So the bigger the number, the bigger the plane?
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Re: Hint: it is not a 737
2 days - 11,431v
Posted 2012/09/05 - 4:26 GMT
No, not really. 707 is slightly bigger than the 737 and has more engines. Well I think so, the 707 is older. It may be how they were made. I know the 777 is smaller than the 747. It's a matter of when they were made.
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5 days - 22,986v
Posted 2012/09/14 - 22:41 GMT
I just googled it.
 
 
The first digit usually describes what plane it is. There are 100s, 200s, etc. I believe 700s is commercial trasportion via turbine engine.
 
 
The second digit is the model. And they go in order from oldest to newest. The third digit is the series. And the last 3 digits are just small increments of the plane itself. Like there is a 747-400, and a 747-200 (200 right?) The 400 is the commercial plane, and the 200 is the one NASA uses to transport that space shuttle.
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Re: Name that Plane!
2 days - 11,431v
Posted 2012/09/15 - 0:50 GMT
Yes.
Oh, also, the last few digits are for all planes, like the A330-300, 200.
A340-600, 300.


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