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P-3 Peregrine Narrow-body Jetliner
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A highly efficient, sleek, narrow-body trijet. As the direct successor of the P-1 Falcon, my first airliner, the Peregrine is named after the Peregrine Falcon, or Peregrine, which is believed to be the fastest flying bird in the world. Key words: Key words: Lego LEGO aircraft passenger passengers jetliner regional jet landing gear T-tail narrow-body plane planes civil aviation KAAI engineering aerodynamics aerodynamic swoosh swooshable streamlined airline airliner retractable airport cabin interior functional functionality playability playable minifig scale minifigs minifig-scale Kasteleiner Aircraft & Aerospace Industries commercial aviation trijet mid-body wide-body large scene dio diorama pink Team Telekom ramp apron airport airfield equipment P-3 peregrine falcon airliner airline
About this creation


As all my other models, the P-3 has a fully equipped interior (detailed cockpit for two pilots & 28 passenger seats in the cabin), retractable landing gear and movable control surfaces (flaps, rudder, and for the first time a horizontal stabilizer which entirely trims as well).
My goal was to make a beautiful, clean airframe with clear lines.
For the third engine, I incorporated an S-duct, with the engine inlet converging into the vertical stabilizer.
A lot of the inspiration came from the somewhat smaller, real-world Dassault Falcon 7X (for the stabilizers), and partly from Yakovlev's Yak-42 airliner (two substantial, 4-wheeled main gear segments).



Rear perspective


The crew:




Engine layout & tail section


Playing with clich�s from out West... (since I want to build a western airport/airfield layout):


Bird�s-eye


A shot before the actual "photo session":




Deboarding the P-3 Peregrine

















Airport Ground Services agents & customs officer:


Some "sexy" flight attendants within in the crew:)


A look inside the cockpit (1):


A look inside the cockpit (2):


Extendable stairs & nose section


Nose section


Frontal


Lateral (1)




Lateral (2)




Two more first shots before putting up some scenery...







Thank you for any constructive criticism, ratings and comments!
Best regards,

Steffen



Comments

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  October 4, 2013
awesome how do you build wings like that ?
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  March 25, 2012
Dude! I love the detail on that thing! The slats and the engines just made the thing look like the actual plane. I would love to be able to have one! Awesome!
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  March 10, 2012
beast
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  February 22, 2012
One Word: AWESOME!, do you have any instructions?
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  February 20, 2012
Very very nice, I especially like the wings and the engines!
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  February 16, 2012
Great work on this, i just love your aircraft.
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  February 15, 2012
Like it!!! that you fit the minifigures in it is a lovely bonus, and I appreciate you took the time to set up some scenery!
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  February 15, 2012
That's a good looking plane.
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  February 15, 2012
Fantastic work, Steffen. Your planes never fail to amaze me.
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  February 15, 2012
@DeTomaso Pantera: Hey, thank you! 28 passengers + crew fit in there. There are 27 passengers which I put in scene for the pictures. The 2 flight attendants could find some space in the mid section of the aircraft (technically forseen for luggage). All 28 seats have head support. I´m gonna have to get around and take pictures of the inside, too, as well as of the underside of the fuselage. So all in all, the 4 crew members + 28 pax fit in there. All the other ground staff doesn´t, of course... Best regards, Steffen
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  February 15, 2012
@Marc Runde & Quogg: Hallo ihr beiden, vielen lieben Dank! Ja, die Flugzeugnasen... hehe Beim nächsten Modell werde ich mal versuchen, sie bewusst unten zu halten (wie bei den meisten modernen kleinen Jets oder Turboprops - zb. Embrear E-series, Dash 8, CRJ & Co. Stromlinienförmig allerdings ist die Nase der P-3 schon - habe mich besonders angestrengt dabei. Gerade die P-1 war dagegen ja noch um ein Vielfaches kantiger an der Nase sowie am Heck. Aber das ist ja eh alles Geschmackssache, im Auge des Betrachters. Ich persönlich mag die P-3 um einiges lieber. Und das Schwarz reflektiert das Licht in ´nem geilen Glanz... Das geht in bunteren Farben natürlich kaum. Danke nochmal, und liebe Grüße! Steffen
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  February 14, 2012
This is excellent! I really like the look of this aircraft. Do all those minifigs fit inside, I hazard a guess at no? Your aircraft build skills amaze me. Keep them coming :-)
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  February 14, 2012
AWESOME
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  February 14, 2012
Immer wieder schön von dir zu hören! Wieder mal ein klasse Flugzeug mit schöner Farbgebung und tollen Funktionen! ...Auch wenn mir der Vorgänger etwas besser gefällt... :-D
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  February 14, 2012
Ja, sehr schön! Musste spontan an die 727 denken. Das Schwarz steht ihr ganz gut, wie eine dunkle Limousine. Interessant finde ich den Kontrast zwischen Kockpit(die korrekte Schreibweise geht leider nicht)-Bereich und dem Rest der Maschine. Versteh´ mich nicht falsch, ich mag das Design, aber im Vergleich zum hinteren stromlinienförmigen Teil sieht das Kockpit aus, als käme es von einer alten Propellermaschine. Die Nase sitzt recht hoch, imo. Andererseits ist das eindeutig Dein Stil und macht das ganze, schöne Teil unverwechselbar KAAI-ig! Tolles Ding und von den Funktionen will ich gar nicht gross anfangen, die sind absolute Spitze. Alleine die Treppe! ~Gruss, Marc
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  February 14, 2012
Thank you all, guys! @Maxim: It indeed has retractable landing gear and a full cabin interior (cockpit + 28 seats with head support). I was just too lazy to get the roof off and take even more pics. I might do that some time later though, as well as photographing the underside of the fuselage which looks pretty nifty, I think. Best regards, Steffen
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  February 14, 2012
Absolutely amazing job on the back, the cockpit is genius!!!
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  February 14, 2012
The stairs, the rudder and the whole tail section with the engines are amazing. Great work!
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  February 14, 2012
And once again an awesome creation of yours. Congrats :D :D :D :D . Does it have an interior cabin like your other aircrafts? And do the landing gears retract? Still and awesome aircraft. The black makes it a little depressing however, especially compared to your bright yellow and red aircrafts ^^. No really congratulations, I love it :D
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  February 14, 2012
Nice shaping work and details!
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  February 14, 2012
Nice shaping work and details!
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  February 14, 2012
Awesome work, this is what lego airplanes should look like!
 
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