Discussion in 'TSW General Discussion' started by CowBoyWolf, May 30, 2022.
They must do. The Beluga is one of their most well known aircraft, too.
Does this mean they can make their generic aircraft a bit more realistic, instead of hanging the engines from the wingtips?
Hopefully although the Beluga does not have sounds I think however I could be wrong
thought the A380 was the most known one
Remember especially for 8th gen, we can’t even have one other train, so o doubt they will waste any memory on this sadly
The A380 is well known, but so is the Beluga. The Beluga got its name and the livery on the new version due to its popularity I believe.
Where is this from? Quite curious.
I would assume so, not only it has huge Airbus lettering and their logo, I think the Beluga is instantly recognisable as an Airbus for anyone with even basic aviation knowledge
It the new mastery reward for RT.
Oh nice, thanks, I usually don't keep up with mastery rewards but this seems pretty interesting. Hopefully we will see a new model for the planes on final at Gatwick too now
The manufacturer's website has the plane rated to 44 metric tons max load of 48 us tons 97,003 lbs. The reason why it is in rapid transit it's due to the nearby Flughafen Leipzig Halle an der Saale having an Airbus facility for freight cargo. DTG might have the Airbus licence to have this occur otherwise it will not have these Decals.
oh my. That is awesome.
Didn’t DTG develop some sort of flight simulator a few years ago? Might still have a leftover Airbus license from back then.
Flight sim world but it was only prop planes and Microsoft flight simulator X
Beluga also flies into Airbus in North Wales infrequently over the Mersey. But please DTG don't decide to stick your new baby into SoS.
It's been seen flying over Yorkshire too on the way to the Hawarden airfield. I've spotted the OG beluga's quite a few times and even snapped a few pics.
Absolutely correct and this matches North Wales Coast Line since it passes by Airbus North Wales facility.
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