|Bakewell Luckett LB-8|
|36,914 (73.828)||947 kph (592 MPH)||23|
|Running Costs / year: £($)||Designed||Capacity|
|6,750 (13.500)||1958||200 passengers & 30 bags of mail|
The Bakewell Luckett LB-8 is the first four jet engined plane you encounter. It has a massive capacity, but at the expense of its reliability; it has a tendency to crash on small airports and has a high initial cost.
McDonnell Douglas DC-8 (The Bakewell Luckett name refers to two people associated with Microprose's quality assurance staff: Richard Bakewell and Andrew Luckett).