Come and check out a family of cool twin-engine, over-wing commuter aircraft proudly produced by the National Aerospace Intelligence Agency of Islandasia.
About this creation
NAIA Islandasia is honored to present the Winglets family: streamlined, strong, smooth, smart.
The Winglets aircraft family consists of small, single-aisle short-range to medium-range commuter aircraft. Though designed as commuter aircraft, they are frequently used as for mainstream civil transportation. Released in 2006 and 2007, Winglets aircraft are used by hundreds of operators in numerous nations. The present Winglets family, preceded by the Winglets 68 and 69, consists of three members: The Winglets 100, 200, and 50.
The Winglets aircraft family is appreciated for its economic design and stylish forward fuselage. The powerplants are simply yet perfectly suited for the aircrafts’ performance expectations. The Winglets aircraft series began with the design of the Winglets 100, which featured four passenger seats and one left-hand entryway. After demands for more capacity, an elongated version with two left-hand exits was created and dubbed the Winglets 200. The Winglets 200 quickly began the most popular Winglets aircraft variant; nearly five hundred aircraft are currently in service. The Winglets aircraft are criticized for its lack of cargo capacity and the fact that it is flown by only one pilot.
Though still very popular, production of Winglets aircraft, especially the W-100 and W-50 lines, has been progressively slowed down as NAIA has somewhat lost interest in the model. NAIA has recognized that, though still very economic compared to other aircraft operated in less-developed Lego nations, the Winglets aircraft family does not contribute to NAIA’s dream of producing aircraft with competitive seating capacity and cargo bins. Winglets aircraft can carry no cargo besides passenger luggage and has only one row of passenger seats. NAIA Administrator Stephen Abbott points out that “proper” aircraft of the same size feature at least two rows of passenger seats. In 2009, the Winglets family was partly sold to High Adam Industries so that production could continue without complete NAIA supervision and monetary provision for production. Sales are expected to decline by 2011, and if this proves true the Winglets family will be slowly phased out of production to be superseded by the NAIA Orbit and Nova Starlight.
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Quoting Sergio Salazar
you selln theese baybies or makin instructiona cuz if u are im intrestested in a Winglets 72-70-200
for my custom lego airline sunset airlines cuz if ur sellin ill have to sent u pics of our livery
Our aircraft were on sale for a short period of time, but a lack of funding shut down the project only after a week or so. Sorry 'bout that . . . however, I will see if I can get you instructions. Plus, I plan on posting decals for the tail and fuselage so you can design your own livery on photoshop or by hand and print the decals out.
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