Avro C-102
by MadMansGun
uploaded 2015-06-28
(updated 2017-04-27)
stock aircraft
#AVRO #Canada #C-102 #Jetliner
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  • Type: SPH
  • Class: aircraft
  • Part Count: 266
  • Pure Stock
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The Avro C-102 Jetliner was a prototype medium-range jet airliner built by Avro Canada in 1949. It was beaten to the air by only 13 days by the de Havilland Comet, thereby becoming the second jet airliner in the world. The aircraft was considered suitable for busy routes along the US eastern seaboard, However continued delays in Avro’s all-weather interceptor project, the Avro CF-100, led to an order to stop working on the project in 1951. The Jetliner was later used as the aerial photo platform for the CF-100 project. On 10 December 1956, the Jetliner was ordered surplused, and although it was donated to the National Research Council, they had no room for it in storage and took only the nose section for cockpit layout design. The rest of the Jetliner was cut up on 13 December 1956. The only surviving parts are the nose and cockpit section in the Canada Aviation Museum in Ottawa.

1 Toggle Engines ON or OFF
2 Toggle afther burner
3 Run Tests

You can Use RCS in Docking Mode for Rever

A stock aircraft called Avro C-102. Built with 266 of the finest parts, its root part is mk3Cockpit.Shuttle.

Built in the SPH in KSP version 1.2.2.

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