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P-3 Peregrine Narrow-body Jetliner . 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 . 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


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