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Model name Size Cost Speed* Running Costs Designed # Lifespan Capacity (NC = No Change)
Aircraft name Small/Large £ ($) kph (mph) £ ($) / year year years P & M** Goods Valuables***
JunkersJU52.png Sampson U52 S 28,710 (57,420) 476 (296) 2,390 (4,780) 1928 20 25 & 4 14 (NC) 7 (NC)
Douglas DC-3 Dakota Bakewell Cotswald S 30,761 (61,522) 476 (296) 2,756 (5,512) 1934 30 30 & 6 18 (NC) 9 (NC)
VickersViscount.png Coleman Count S 30,761 (61,522) 476 (296) 2,812 (5,624) 1947 24 65 & 8 32 (36) 16 (18)
AërospatialeSE-310Caravelle.png FFP Dart L 32,812 (65,624) 952 (592) 3,656 (7,312) 1955 18 90 & 10 45 (50) 25 (NC)
McDonnell Douglas DC-8 Bakewell Luckett LB-8 L 36,914 (73,828) 952 (592) 6,750 (13,500) 1958 23 200 & 30 100 (115) 50 (57)
Boeing727.png Darwin 100 L 36,919 (73,828) 952 (592) 6,750 (13,500) 1962 25 170 & 35 85 (102) 42 (51)
BritishAerospaceBAC1-11.png Yate Aerospace YAC 1-11 L 32,812 (65,624) 952 (592) 3,796 (7,592) 1963 22 95 & 10 47 (52) 23 (26)
McDonnell Douglas DC-9 Bakewell Luckett LB-9 S 34,863 (69,726) 952 (592) 4,218 (8,436) 1964 26 100 & 15 50 (57) 25 (28)
Boeing737.png Darwin 200 L 34,863 (69,726) 952 (592) 4,359 (8,718) 1967 22 110 & 15 55 (62) 27 (31)
Boeing747.png Darwin 300 L 61,523 (123,046) 952 (592) 7,115 (14,230) 1967 25 300 & 50 150 (175) 75 (87)
BAC-AërospatialConcorde.png Yate Haugan L 153,808 (307,616) 2,330 (1,448) 7,031 (14,062) 1969 25 100 & 20 50 (60) 25 (30)
LockheedTristar.png Guru Galaxy L 51,269 (102,538) 952 (592) 6,328 (12,656) 1969 20 240 & 35 120 (137) 60 (68)
McDonnell Douglas DC-10 Bakewell Luckett LB-10 L 38,964 (77,928) 952 (592) 5,400 (10,800) 1971 20 220 & 40 110 (130) 55 (65)
AirbusA300.png Airtaxi A21 L 41,015 (82,030) 952 (592) 6,609 (13,218) 1973 24 260 & 30 145 (NC) 72 (NC)
McDonnell Douglas MD80 Bakewell Luckett LB80 L 36,914 (73,828) 952 (592) 6,890 (13,780) 1978 25 150 & 30 75 (90) 37 (45)
BritishAerospaceBAe46.png Yate Aerospace YAe46 S 32,812 (65,624) 952 (592) 3,515 (7,030) 1980 25 80 & 10 40 (45) 20 (22)
Boeing757.png Darwin 400 L 36,919 (73,828) 952 (592) 5,906 (11,812) 1982 25 200 & 25 100 (112) 50 (56)
Boeing 767 Darwin 500 L 38,964 (77,928) 952 (592) 6,187 (12,374) 1981 25 240 & 25 120 (132) 60 (66)
Airbus A310 Airtaxi A31 L 38,964 (77,928) 952 (592) 6,187 (12,374) 1982 24 210 & 25 105 (117) 52 (58)
Fokker 100 Dinger 100 S 34,863 (69,726) 952 (592) 4,078 (8,156) 1986 20 85 & 10 42 (47) 21 (23)
Airbus A320 Airtaxi A32 L 36,914 (73,828) 952 (592) 4,781 (9,562) 1987 24 160 & 20 80 (90) 40 (45)
McDonnell Douglas MD-11 Bakewell Luckett LB-11 L 40,515 (81,030) 952 (592) 5,343 (10,686) 1990 25 230 & 25 115 (127) 57 (63)
Boeing 777 Darwin 600 L 55,371 (110,742) 952 (592) 6,468 (12,936) 1995 25 260 & 40 130 (150) 65 (75)
Airbus A330 Airtaxi A33 L 53,320 (106,640) 952 (592) 5,906 (11,812) 1993 24 220 & 20 110 (120) 55 (60)
AirTaxi A34-1000 Airtaxi A34-1000 S 34,812 (65,624) 952 (592) 3,656 (7,312) 2000 25 75 & 10 37 (42) 18 (21)
Dinger 1000 Dinger 1000 L 164,062 (328,124) 2,330 (1,448) 7,059 (14,118) 2011 20 130 & 45 65 (87) 32 (43)
Dinger 200 Dinger 200 L 44,218 (88,436) 952 (592) 6,875 (13,950) 2013 25 400 & 80 200 (240) 100 (120)
Yate Z-Shuttle Yate Z-Shuttle S 32,812 (65,624) 952 (592) 4,190 (8,380) 2018 22 85 & 10 42 (47) 21 (23)
Kelling K1 Kelling K1 S 34,863 (69,726) 952 (592) 4,781 (9,562) 2022 22 65 & 18 32 (41) 16 (20)
Kelling K6 Kelling K6 L 36,914 (73,828) 952 (592) 5,906 (11,812) 2026 22 110 & 25 55 (67) 27 (33)
FFP Hyperdart 2 FFP Hyperdart 2 L 38,964 (77,928) 2,330 (1,448) 4,500 (9,000) 2031 25 85 & 45 42 (65) 21 (32)
Kelling K7 Kelling K7 L 41,015 (82,030) 952 (592) 6,468 (12,936) 2036 25 180 & 60 90 (120) 45 (60)
Darwin 700 Darwin 700 L 43,066 (86,132) 952 (592) 6,187 (12,374) 2042 23 150 & 65 75 (107) 37 (53)
Sikorsky Helicopter Tricario Helicopter S 30,761 (61,522) 323 (201) 2,278 (4,556) 1957 20 40 & 15 20 (27) 10 (13)
Guru X2 Helicopter Guru X2 Helicopter S 34,863 (69,726) 515 (320) 2,165 (4,330) 1997 20 55 & 20 27 (37) 13 (18)

* Before OpenTTD 0.6.0, aircraft would travel at a quarter of the speed of other vehicles; a train traveling at 100mph was as fast as a plane traveling at 400mph.

** Passengers & Mail When a plane which can carry both passengers and mail is refitted to mail-only, the new mail capacity is added to the existing value.

*** Some of these values need updating (Updated 26/12/2009 walktohere #[May take up to 1 year for Aircraft to show up])

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