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The Lockheed L-1011 is a widebody tri-jet with a medium- to long-haul range. In the game, there are 3 passenger variants: the L-1011-1, L-1011-200, and the L-1011-500.

The real-life, the L-1011 TriStar was highly advanced for its time, for example, offering an auto-landing capability which allowed the plane to land in low visibility or bad weather. Unfortunately, it came to market right after the McDonnell Douglas DC-10, a similar widebody tri-jet, splitting the market. Ultimately, Lockheed stopped production in 1984 due to its below-target sales, and with this decision withdrew entirely from the commercial airplane business.


Lockheed Martin L-1011-1

Class: Business/Economy

Maximum Capacity: 256 (ATO1&2)| 400 (ATO3)

Range:7871 km

Engines: Rolls-Royce RB.211-22

Fuel Efficiency: 6.2

Cruise Speed: 0.79 mach


Height: 16.9m

Wing Span: 47.4m

Price : $110.000K (ATO1&2)| $182.000K (ATO3)

Start of production: 1971.01

End of production : (to be found)


Lockheed Martin L-1011-200

Class: Business/Economy

Maximum Capacity: 256 (ATO1&2)| 400 (ATO3)

Range: 9140 km

Engines: Rolls-Royce RB.211-524B

Fuel Efficiency: 6.2

Cruise Speed: 0.78 mach

Length: 54.2m

Height: 16.9m

Wing span: 47.4m

Price : $119.000K (ATO1&2)| $187.000K (ATO3)

Lifespan: 20 Years

Start for production : 1972.08


Lockheed Martin L-1011-500

Class: Business/Economy

Maximun Capacity: 246| 330 (ATO3)

Range: 11279 km

Engines: Rolls-Royce RB.211-524B

Fuel Effciency: 6.4

Cruise Speed: 0.80 mach

Length: 50.0m

Height: 16.9m

Wing span: 50.1m

Price : $129.000K| $160.000K (ATO3)

Lifespan: 20 Years

Start Production: 1973.10


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