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Turboprop Airliner Ak-502
About this creation
Low wing twin engined airliner.

1)Main wings with dihedral angle
2)Own created decals for "Paradisa Airlines", a imaginary airline company.
3)Newly developed four-blade propellers
4)Gears wont retract

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  April 2, 2012
Awesome! Looks like a Saab 340 or something!
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  January 10, 2011
It's like - Win a trip for 2 to Paradisa!
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  November 3, 2010
Awesome little prop-plane. I especially like the angled wings and the paint scheme. Ciao, Jens
Ysk K
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Gertjan Van Liedekerke
  August 30, 2010
Nice! Try build a sud aviation caravelle, with that cockpit , it would be nice :)
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  August 15, 2010
Wow very cool prop plane. Excellent work!
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  April 22, 2010
I'm surprised I didn't comment on it already! Sweet! How did you do the Dihedral?
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  April 18, 2009
this rock its so cool.hey is that plane a modified lego city plane?
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  April 9, 2009
This ROCKS!!!
Ysk K
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thomas neumiller
  December 25, 2008
This is so cool, I think the way you made you wings and the turboprop engines is really cool, I have an airport that this would look great in, come check it out some time.
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  July 27, 2008
Turboprop means that the propellor shafts are rotated via a small jet engine at the bottom of the engine. Basically a 2 shaft design I believe. Great model, and the wing span is perfect. Not too short, not too long. You nailed the wings perfectly, including the black leading edges. Congrats on a sharp looking model!
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  July 23, 2008
Amazing. absolutely amazing
Ysk K
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jamie hewitt
  July 21, 2008
have you got any instructions?if so tell me!
Ysk K
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CEO Wraith
  July 20, 2008
Except for the studs on top it looks like a model kit you would buy of an actual airplane Good Job!
Ysk K
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Jeffery Smith
  July 20, 2008
Very nice. the propellors came out cool. i also like the large wingspan.
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  July 20, 2008
I'm assuming the term "turboprop" means that the propellors spin faster than normal.
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  July 20, 2008
I also like a lot how you sub-divided the bars of the cockpit windows with something - nice job! As for retractable landing gear, itīs impossible to create a decent one to fit with these fuselage parts. Is the yellow car a maintenance vehicle or a follow-me-car? Oh, BTW: would you like to check out my new aircraft? I have a second, large cargo jet, an interceptor aircraft and a WIP of another, more recent fighter jet & would like to get your opinion on them... Anyways, again: great job - keep on building turbo-props! Steffen
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  July 20, 2008
Great job, I love how you build the wings of your aircraft! The propellers are very nice and very well pronounced with the little yellow tile pieces. Color-scheming is great, and the wingspan is impressive - it could be a tad less wide, but itīs not necessary. And I know some people have critized you for a shorter wingspan on your previous plane model... Especially from the front view, the wingspan looks awesome!
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  July 20, 2008
Wow this is great it looks alot like a saab 340. You should try to make a Beechcraft 1900.
 
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