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The Blohm & Voss BV 238 was a German flying boat (Flugboot) built during World War II. It was the heaviest aircraft ever flown when it first flew in 1944, and was the largest aircraft produced by any of the Axis powers in World War II.
- Type: SPH
- Class: aircraft
- Part Count: 201
- Mods: 16
- Airplane Plus
- AoA Technologies
- B9 Procedural Wings Modified
- Kerbal Foundries Wheels and Repulsors ALPHA
- MK-1 Stockalike open cockpit ( inline external seat )
- Magic Smoke Industries Infernal Robotics - Legacy Parts
- Mk2 Stockalike Expansion
- Procedural Parts
- SM Armory
- Squad (stock)
- Stock Extension
- TweakScale - Rescale Everything!
The BV 238 V1, bearing the four-letter Stammkennzeichen factory radio code of RO + EZ, first flew in April 1944. Six 1,287 kW (1,750 hp) Daimler-Benz DB 603 inverted V12 piston engines were used in total, arranged in three forward-facing engine nacelles on each wing. Each engine’s coolant radiator was placed in a chin cowl directly under the engine, bearing an almost identical appearance to those fitted to the Do 217M medium bomber and some examples of the Do 217J night fighter, possibly as standardized Kraftei (
power-egg) unitized engine modules.
1 - Toggle retractable float
2- Retract float
It is very difficult to take off from the water, it requires a lot of skill, even more to land.
It have hidden landing gears for normal take off.