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This page is the project-page for the development of a new multinational aircraft manufacturer in the EUOIA.

Countries that will participate:


Name proposals

  • Aerohic (proposed by Mstr, preferred by Mstr,)
  • Aerspatial (proposed by Mstr, preferred by )
  • Eastern Avonic (proposed by Mstr, preferred by )
  • Pelican Aircrafts (proposed by Keapler, preferred by )

Early history and origin

  • first models of civilian airplanes can be originated from Nordier-Werke, which were limited in size and production capacity
  • production since 1970s?
  • Effect of Glastian unification and Agarderian instabilities.
  • Role of the EUOIA, if any.

Factories and production

Task Prerequisites My first proposal Other applicants or detailed location Progress
headquarter: finance and commerce
  • city with stock market?
Unknown Flag.png Undecided Viljanni Flag.png Viljanni, not part of the project, however with large financial district Progressbar10.jpg
headquarter: production
  • close to one of the assembly lines?
FlagBelphenia.png Belphenia? Progressbar10.jpg
headquarter: development
  • close to development center?
Mergany Flag.png Mergany Bütingen map Progressbar20.jpg
development center
  • high-tech country?
  • large technical universities close to it?
Mergany Flag.png Mergany Bütingen map Progressbar20.jpg
test center
  • large uninhabited region?
FlagBelphenia.png Belphenia? Progressbar10.jpg
production: wings Glaster Flag.png Glaster? Bovier? Progressbar10.jpg
production: engines
  • no production?
supplied by Trefet and other companies? Progressbar10.jpg
production: fuselage and cabin segments 1 Unknown Flag.png Undecided Progressbar10.jpg
production: fuselage and cabin segments 2 Unknown Flag.png Undecided Progressbar10.jpg
production: cockpit
  • close to electrical industry?
Flagwyster.png Wyster? Progressbar10.jpg
production: flaps Lost country.png Raiden Located in Nómada Wharfs, Roen map Progressbar20.jpg
production: parts made of carbon fiber Lost country.png Raiden? Located in Upper Pacífico City, Pacífico [1] Progressbar10.jpg
production: aluminum sheets and profiles
  • close to aluminum plant?
Agarderia Flag.png Agarderia? In the industrialised southern regions, aluminium mined up north Progressbar10.jpg
production: gears
  • close to large tire manufacturer?
Reeland flag.svg Reeland? Progressbar10.jpg
production: seats and interior lining Unknown Flag.png Undecided Progressbar10.jpg
maintenance 1: civil aircraft
  • large airport with many destinations
Unknown Flag.png Undecided Progressbar10.jpg
maintenance 2: civil aircraft
  • large airport with many destinations
Unknown Flag.png Undecided Progressbar10.jpg
maintenance 3: civil aircraft
  • large airport with many destinations
Unknown Flag.png Undecided Progressbar10.jpg
civilian assembly line 1 (main line)
  • harbor?
  • rail?
  • runway (4000m)
FlagBelphenia.png Belphenia? Progressbar10.jpg
civilian assembly line 2
  • harbor?
  • rail?
  • runway (4000m)
Mergany Flag.png Mergany Brugham-Rodenham map Progressbar40.jpg
civilian assembly line 3
  • harbor?
  • rail?
  • runway (4000m)
Glaster Flag.png Glaster? Outside Reyston and Ellemouth Progressbar10.jpg
military assembly line?
  • harbor?
  • rail?
  • runway (4000m)
Lost country.png Raiden Located in the Arcadia Militar Area [2] Progressbar10.jpg

Products

No success without good products! At the moment I am experimenting with CAD software to construct our first planes. That is quite a lot of work. Some ideas wich models we need:

  • civilian aircraft: 2 turbojet engines, 150-180 passengers, short/middle distance, final production in civilian assembly line 2 Mergany Flag.png Mergany
  • civilian aircraft: 2 turbojet engines, 180-220 passengers, short/middle distance, final production in civilian assembly line 2 Mergany Flag.png Mergany
  • civilian aircraft: 2 turbojet engines, 220-250 passengers, middle/long distance, final production in civilian assembly line 2 Mergany Flag.png Mergany and civilian assembly line 3 Glaster Flag.png Glaster
  • civilian aircraft: 2 turbojet engines, ~250 passengers, long distance, final production in civilian assembly line 3 Glaster Flag.png Glaster
  • civilian aircraft: 4 turbojet engines, ~400 passengers, long distance, final production in civilian assembly line 1 FlagBelphenia.png Belphenia
  • cargo aircraft: 2 turbojet engines, long distance, final production in civilian assembly line 3 Glaster Flag.png Glaster
  • cargo aircraft: 4 turbojet engines, long distance, final production in civilian assembly line 1 FlagBelphenia.png Belphenia
  • military aircraft: 4 turboprop engines, short/middle distance, final production in military assembly line Lost country.png Raiden
  • military aircraft: 4 turbojet engines, middle/long distance, final production in military assembly line Lost country.png Raiden and civilian assembly line 2 Mergany Flag.png Mergany