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DeHavilland DH.114 Heron II

-Retractable gear makes this bird a Heron II

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Saab 2000 (none)

-6 prop blades as opposed to the 4 props on the Saab 340 (none)

-No eyebrow window

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Bombardier CRJ700/900 (none)

-Can't tell from Q slide if the aircraft is a 700 or 900

-A slide is a 700 based on there being only 1 overwing escape window

-APU unit is completely different on the 200 model

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Lockheed (none) Vega

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Boeing 757 (none)

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Boeing 727 (none)

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Bristol 175 Brittania

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GAF N22 Nomad

 

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Pilatus PC-6 Porter

-A great collection of PC-6 Porter photos exists at www.pc-6.com with both the Porter and its later more popular variant the Turbo Porter.

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Boeing 757 (none)

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Piaggio P.166 (none)

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Handley Page HP.42 (none)

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Manshu MT-1 Hayabusa

-A Japanese airliner built in China for the national airline of the puppet state of Manchuko

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Boeing 737 (none)

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DeHavilland DH.104 Dove

-542 Produced in the short haul airliner role, could be seen in a Dove 1 - 8 name range. Write ins always use just Dove.

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Aviation Traders ATL.98 Carvair

-Based on the Douglas DC-4 (none) airframe, 21 built and sighted in England most commonly

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Tupolev Tu-134 Crusty

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Fairchild-Hiller FH-227 (none)

-Strectched version of the Fairchild F-27; windows in front of the prop

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Airbus A321 (none)

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Boeing 717 (none)

-Has a flat ended APU unit, the DC-9 has a conical APU fairing. The McDonnell Douglas/Douglas MD-80/DC-9 series also have clamshell thrust reversers.

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DeHavilland DH.106 Comet

-Engines embedded in wing root

-Cockpit is pretty unique

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Embraer E-170/175 (none)

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Convair CV-580 (none)

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Lockheed 14 Super Electra

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Ilyushin Il-12 Coach

-Similar to Il-14 

-Unlike the Il-14 curved top to vertical Stabilizer

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Aero Progress T101 Grach

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Vickers VC.1 Viking

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VFW VFW-614 (none)

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Ilyushin Il-114 (none)

-Props are usually blue (6 of them)

-Horizontal stabilizer is 90 degrees from the vertical stabilizer

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Vulcanair/SIAI Marchetti SF.600 Canguro

-About 10 built. Was originally a Siai-Marchetti design, either manufacturer would be acceptable in a write in situation.

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Stinson A Tri-motor

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Let L-410 Turbolet

-2 small forward facing cockpit windows, does not always have tip tanks.

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Lockheed 14 Super Electra

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Convair CV-580 (none)

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Fairchild/Swearingen SA.227 Metro III

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Convair CV-440 Metropolitan

-Remember "Convair with the square," which means two things that the small window in the cockpit is square and that there are two tires on the nose strut.

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DeHavilland DH.89 Dragon Rapide

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Armstrong Whitworth AW-660 Argosy

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Lockheed L-188 Electra

-Huge square props, eyebrow winding on both sides of the cockpit

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Boeing 737-800 (none)

-Q slide is actually a sim

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Boeing 737 (none)

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Handley Page HP.81 Hermes

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Tupolev Tu-154M Careless

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Lockheed 10 Electra

-The model 10 was later developed into the small version 12A Electra Junior. This aircraft has more windows than its little brother; 6 in the cockpit, and 4 down each side of the cabin.

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Airbus A319 (none)

-One overwing exit

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Lockheed L-188 Electra

-Huge square props, eyebrow window.

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Lockheed L-1049 Super Constellation

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Beechcraft 99 Airliner

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Vickers VC-10 (none)

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Avro Mk.I/685 York

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Lockheed 18 Lodestar

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Embraer EMB-110 Bandeirante

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Dassault 100 Mercure

-Can look strikingly similiar to the Boeing 737 (none)

-Most orders were from Air Inter

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Boeing 720 (none)

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McDonnell Douglas MD-80 (none)

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Tupolev Tu-204 (none)

-No over wing exits, also the APU exhaust is a bit different from the 757. Engines appear to be much longer as well.

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Antonov An-140 (none)

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Bristol 175 Britannia

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Airbus A340-600 (none)

-Center landing gear has four wheels on it instead of two that the earlier variants have.

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BAC (none)/1-11 One Eleven

-If seen in a write in situation use (none) for the number designation unless the aircraft has shown up as an option in a previous pairing but went unused.

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Northrop N.23 Pioneer

-Civillian versions may have the military tail as well as the tail dragger variant

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Yakovlev Yak-40 Coddling

-Much shorter than the Yak-42 Clobber, also has 1 tire on each main gear as opposed to 4 tires on each main with the Yak-42.

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Boeing 767 (none)

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Britten-Norman BN-2A Mk.III Trislander

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Gippsland GA8 Airvan

 

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BAC (none)/1-11 One Eleven

-If seen in a write in situation use (none) for the number designation unless the aircraft has shown up as an option in a previous pairing but went unused.

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BAe/Hawker Siddeley Hs.748 (none)

-Eyebrow window and window spacing along the cabin.

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Boeing 767 (none)

-4 wheels on each main as opposed to 6 on the Boeing 777

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Embraer ERJ135/140/145 (none)

-Can't tell from Q slide what model # aircraft this is.

-A distinguishing feature between the three can be the number of windows behind the over wing emergency exit

-ERJ140 Below as there are only 5 windows behind the exit

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Handley Page HP.81 Hermes

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McDonnell Douglas MD-80/82 (none)

-First MD-82 to be converted to an all cargo configuration

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Junkers G.38 (none)

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Heinkel He.70 (none)

-Watchout for the colloquialism "Blitz", "Aardvark" rules apply

-Can be seen in Lufthansa, German Airforce and Spanish Airforce colors

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Fairchild SA-227-TT Fairchild 300

-All Fairchild aircraft that are comparable to the Swearingen aircraft have their gear doors closed when the main gear are extended.

-The wingtips on this aircraft distinguish this aircraft from the Merlin IIIC

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Travel Air 6000 (none)

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Boeing 737 (none)

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Cessna 404 Titan

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Douglas DC-6 (none)

-No real way to tell if this is a DC-4, DC-6, or DC-7 from the Q slide. The only way to know would be by the Everts Air Cargo livery.

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Douglas DC-5 (none)

-Built in very small numbers. The militarized aircraft impressed into service in WW2 were designated C-110. William Boeing flew around the DC-5 known as 'Rover' for his own personal transport.

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Boeing 307 Stratoliner

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Airbus A380 (none)

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Aero Spacelines 377PG Pregnant Guppy

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Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador

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BAC/Aerospatiale (none) Concorde

-Has tail dragger

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Douglas DC-10 (none)

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Handley Page HPR.7 Herald

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Antonov An-12 Cub

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Boeing 767 (none)

-Landing gear tilted down

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Bloch MB.220 (none)

-Visually similar to the Douglas DC-2/3 aircraft. The angles all over the aircraft just do not quite match the Douglas standard.

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ATR 72 (none)

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DeHavilland DH.104 Dove

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Tupolev Tu-114 Cleat

-Civilian transport variant of the Tu-95 Bear. Counter rotating props, may be painted blue, and the name could appear as Rossiya.

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Howard 500 (none)

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Martin 4-0-4 (none)

-No eyebrow window, also when compared to the Convair series the Martin aircraft only have one front nose wheel.

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Dewoitine D.338 (none)

-May also be seen as the less common variants known as D.332 or D.333

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Sukhoi Su-80 (none)

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Aero Spacelines 337SG Super Guppy

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BAe/Hawker Siddeley Hs.748 (none)

-Eyebrow windows help differentiate this aircraft from the NAMC YS-11 (none).

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SNCASE S.E.2010 Armagnac

-Total of only 9 built. Huge wheel on the nose landing gear.

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Stinson SR-9 Gullwing/Reliant

-Produced in the 1930's in Wayne, Michigan

-edit 01.25.2015 Justin: Name is interchangeable between Gullwing and Reliant

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Airbus A340 (none)

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Vultee V-1A (none)

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Fokker 70 (none)

-Fokkers have the two bulges directly under the vertical stabilizer.

-Not a Fokker 100 because there is only one overwing exit. Not a Fokker F.28 Fellowship because there are no eyebrow windows.

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DeHavilland DH.86 Express

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Antonov An-24 Coke

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Swearingen SA-26-T Merlin II-B

-Air intake on the bottum of the cowling

-Also note that the gear doors stay down when the gear are extended on the swearingen models

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Cessna 208A/208B Cargomaster/Super Cargomaster

-Built specifically for Fedex these aircraft are not designated Caravan

-No windows, if the airplane is not in Fedex colors I would alwyas put down Caravan

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Airbus A321 (none)

-No overwing emergency exits

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Dassault 100 Mercure

-Can look especially similiar to a Boeing 737 (none) with those engines; stay vigilant my brothers

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Ilyushin Il-62 Classic

-Thrust reverser clamshell doors on the outboard engines. Vickers VC-10 (none) does not have this feature.

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Antonov An-32P Firekiller

-Fire fighting variant of the An-32 Cline

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Convair CV-440 Metropolitan

-Remember Convair squared. This means squared middle cockpit windows and two wheels on the nose gear.

-Improvement of the Convair CV-340 (none), increasing cabin capacity from 44 to 52 by adding two rows of seats and an extra window.

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Aero Spacelines 377MG Mini Guppy

-Converted Boeing 377 Stratocruiser

-2 built

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Lockheed L10-11 Tri-Star

-No over wing exits

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Scottish Aviation CC.1 Twin Pioneer

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VFW VFW-614 (none)

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DeHavilland DH.90 Dragonfly

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Piaggio P.166 (none)

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Bristol 170 Freighter

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Embraer E-170/175 (none)

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Saab 340 (none)

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Beech 1900D (none)

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Avro Mk.I/685 York

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Lockheed L10-11 Tri-Star

-No overwing exits which is very odd for an airliner of this size.

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Antonov An-225 Mriya

-NATO designation is Cossack

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Curtiss C-46 Commando

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ATR 72 (none)

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Antonov An-140 (none)

-33 built according to Wikipedia, has a tall vertical stabilizer.

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Clark GA-43A (none)

-5 built and used primarily by Swissair

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Convair CV990 Coronado

-Development of the CV880 that has large 'carrot' fairings on the top of each wing. These were meant to extend the range of the aircraft, thereby helping to attract more customers.

-Lacks the nose scoops that are seen on the Douglas DC-8 (none).

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Boeing 777 (none)

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Lockheed L-100 Hercules

-Commercial variant of the C-130 retains the name but not the number

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Douglas DC-7 (none)

-The DC-7 has four prop blades instead of the three that are usually on the DC-6

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Antonov An-30 Clank

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Bristol 170 Superfreighter

-Retains the same number designation as its smaller brother. One of the biggest notable differences is the addition of two windows on either side of the cockpit in the nose which the Freighter does not have.

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Curtiss C-46 Commando

-Do not forget the double 's' in Curtiss or Justin Therriault will bludgeon you.

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NAMC YS-11 (none)

-No eyebrow windows

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Boeing 307 Stratoliner

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Fokker 70 (none)

-Fokkers have the two bulges directly under the vertical stabilizer.

-Not a Fokker 100 because there is only one overwing exit. Not a Fokker F.28 Fellowship because there are no eyebrow windows.

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Doulgas DC-10 (none)

-No winglets like the McDonnell Douglas MD-11 (none)

-Orbis operates this flying eye Hospital

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Douglas DC-9 (none)

-Very similar to the Boeing 717 (none), the differences being in the APU exhaust and the physical engine shape, the DC-9 having thinner longer engines.

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Boeing 787 Dreamliner

-Long APU exhaust;  4 wheels on each main tilted back.

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Tupolev Tu-154M Careless

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Boeing 777 (none)

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SNCASE S.E.2010 Armagnac

-Total of only 9 built. Meant to compete with the Boeing 377 Stratofreighter and the Bristol 175 Brittania.

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Vickers 800/810 Viscount

-edit 10.30.2014 Justin: Changed number to 800/810 from (none)

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Embraer E-190/195 (none)

-Stretched version of the E-170/175

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Tupolev Tu-154 Careless

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Bombardier CS300 (none)

-airBaltic was the launch customer for the CS300. Externally hard to differentiate from the CS100 series if perspective in relation to length is hard to see.

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Boeing 727 (none)

- Very odd gear doors

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Avro 688 Tudor

-Can also be seen as the 689

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Riley (none) TurboSkyliner

-DeHavilland DH.114 Heron with horizontally opposed engines.

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Antonov An-32P Firekiller

-Fire fighting version of the An-32 Cline

-edit 27.01.2015 Justin: Added "P" to number designation as well as combining the words Fire and Killer

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McDonnell Douglas MD-11 (none)

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Fairchild SA-227-TT Merlin IIIC

-All of the Fairchild aircraft that are comparable to the Swearingens have their main gear doors closed while the gear are extended.

-Also the lack of wingtips distinguishes this aircraft from the Fairchild 300

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Clark GA-43A (none)

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Boeing 707 (none)

 

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ATR 42 (none)

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Antonov An-14 Clod

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Bombardier CS300 (none)

-airBaltic was the launch customer for the CS300. Externally hard to differentiate from the CS100 series if perspective in relation to length is hard to see.

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Douglas DC-2 (none)

-Landing light for the DC-2 is in the nose not in the wing

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Fokker F50 (none)

-Lots of windows that are square; six blades on the prop

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Convair CV-580 (none)

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DeHavilland DH.114 Heron 1

-Gipsy Engines and fixed gear

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Antonov An-32 Cline

-A good way to rember the name is that the engines are on an in'cline' higher than other Antonov aircraft

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Douglas DC-4 (none)

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Ilyushin Il-14 Crate

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Boeing 707/720 (none)

-edit Justin 10.06.2014: Engines vary amongst 707/720, the best method of telling them apart is the nose gear door. The 720 has a single door directly behind the nose gear, the 707 has doors on either side of the nose gear.

 

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Texas Turbines 900 Supervan

-This is the definition of a dick move; 4 blades not 2 and it has the completely wrong intake to be a Cessna 208B Caravan

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Douglas DC-2 (none)

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Lockheed L-1049 Super Constellation

 

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Aviation Traders ATL.98 Carvair

-Based on the Douglas DC-4 (none) airframe, 21 built and sighted most commonly in England.

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DeHavilland of Canada DHC-8-100 Dash 8

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DeHavilland DH.106 Comet

- Engines embedded at the wing root. Unique cockpit layout that was shared to the Sud SE-210 Caravelle.

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Dornier Do.328 (none)

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Antonov An-14 Clod

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Boeing 787 Dreamliner

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DeHavilland DH.104 Dove

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Dornier Do.328 (none)

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Yakovlev Yak-42 Clobber

-In addition to being longer, and having a metallix trapezoid around the APU exhaust (right side only), the landing gear on the Yak-42 have 4 wheels each where as the Yak-40 Coddling has 1 tire on each main set of gear.

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Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador

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Boeing 737 (none)

-Wheels stay exposed for the entirety of the flight

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Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador

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Tupolev Tu-114 Cleat

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Vickers 800/810 Viscount

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Aero Spacelines 377PG Pregnant Guppy

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Douglas DC-10 (none)

-Much like the difference in the APU unit between the Boeing 767 and the 777, the conical tail unit of the DC-10 and the MD-11 are different.

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Beriev Be-32 Cuff

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CASA 207 Azor

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Tupolev Tu-134 Crusty

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Douglas DC-2 (none)

-has the landing light in the nose and has no cowling intake scoop under the engine

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Shorts SC.7 Skyvan

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Ilyushin IL-86 Camber

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Armstrong-Whitworth AW.27 Ensign

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Boeing 80 (none)

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Antonov An-28 Cash

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CASA 201 Alcotan

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Lockheed 18 Lodestar

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Antonov An-8 Camp

-Two engines as opposed to the four seen on the An-10 Cat and An-12 Cub.

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Boeing 747LCF Dreamlifter

-Only 4 were produced by Boeing to move 787 parts.

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Convair CV-240 Convairliner

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Bloch MB.220 (none)

-Visually similar to the Douglas DC-2/3 aircraft. The angles all over the aircraft just do not quite match the Douglas standard.

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Ibis Ae.270 Spirit

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Stinson 6000 Tri-motor

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Boeing 707 (none)

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Ford 5-AT Trimotor

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Carstedt CJ600 Jet Liner

-Stretched DH.104 Dove with turboprops, incredibly rare bird.

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Boeing 787 Dreamliner

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Canadair CL-44 (none)

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Breguet 763 Sahara/Dupont/Province

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Lockheed 9 Orion

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NAMC YS-11 (none)

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Douglas DC-6 (none)

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Fokker F.28 Fellowship

-Much shorter than the F100

-Eyebrow cockpit windows

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Lockheed L-649/749 Constellation

-The first truly civilian version of the Constellation is the L-649/749 model. The L-049 model was given to aircraft that were repurposed after the end of World War II having previously been known as the C-69.

-It is difficult to differentiate between the L-649 and the L-749. The L-649 was primarily purchased by Eastern Air Lines where other airlines opted for the L-749.

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Shorts SC.7 Skyvan

-Edit 10/15 Glenn: Changed manufacturer to shorts

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Boeing 247 (none)

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Convair CV-580 (none)

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Bristol 170 Freighter

-edit 05.06.2017 Justin T: Replaced 'A' side image with Freighter minus the super.

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Boeing 314 Clipper

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Avro 688 Tudor

-Could also be seen as the 689.

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DeHavilland DH.89 Dragon Rapide

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Airbus A310 (none)

-May not always have the winglet/sharklet as is the case with some FedEx models. Always has three underwing pylons on the aileron compared to the A300's four.

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Aerospatiale/SUD SE-210 Caravelle

-One of the most beautiful aircraft ever produced. The cockpit design is a straight take from the DH.106 Comet. In total 282 produced.

-20 flown by United Airlines in the US for a brief time. Note the wing fences and guitar pick windows.

 

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Sud Est/SNCASE SE-161 Languedoc

-100 aircraft built bearing a strong resemblance to the Focke Wulf FW-200 Condor, although that particular aircraft has a single vertical stabilizer.

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Sud Ouest/SNCASO S.O.30 Bretagne

-45 in total produced according the Wikipedia

-Used by airlines and the French Air Force

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Ilyushin Il-14 Crate

-Similar to Il-12

-Flat top to vertical Stabilizer like a crate would have a flat top.

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Lockheed L-1649A/B Starliner

-Very square wingtips compared to the Constellation which does not share the name of this aicraft.

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Airspeed AS.65 Consul

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Shorts SC.7 Skyvan

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Ilyushin Il-76 Candid

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Bombardier CRJ700/900 (none)

-Can't tell from Q slide if aircraft is a 700 or 900

-APU unit on a 200 is vastly different

-A slide depicts the 900 model as there are two overwing exits.

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De Havilland DH.114 Heron II

-Gipsy engines, retractable gear

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Convair CV-580 (none)

-Remember "Convair with the square," which means two things that the small window in the cockpit is square and that there are two tires on the nose strut.

-Engine size and shape makes this aircraft the CV-580

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Aero Spacelines 377SG Super Guppy

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Fokker 100 (none)

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Handley Page HPR.7 Herald

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Antonov An-12 Cub

-4 engines as opposed to the 2 on the An-8 Camp

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BAC/Aerospatial (none) Concorde

-Has landing gear in the tail of the aircraft

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DeHavilland DH.66 Hercules

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Dornier Do.228 (none)

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Lockheed L-188 Electra

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Fairchild SA.227 Metro III

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Curtiss C-46 Commando

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Tupolev Tu-104 Camel

-The only difference between the Tu-124 Cookpot and this aircraft are the raised windows on either side of the fueselage at the back of the aircraft.

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McDonnell Douglas MD-11 (none)

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Scottish Aviation CC.1 Twin Pioneer

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Douglas DC-7 (none)

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Convair CV5800 (none)

-C-131 modified by Kelowna Flightcraft Modifications to be 14 ft. 3 in. longer.

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Xian MA60 (none)

-Difficult to distinguish fromt the Antonov An-24/26

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Airbus A330 (none)

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Fairchild SA-227-TT Fairchild 300

-All Fairchild aircraft that are comparable to the Swearingen aircraft have their gear doors closed when the main gear are extended.

-The wingtips on this aircraft distinguish this aircraft from the Merlin IIIC

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Antonov An-26 Curl

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Sud Ouest/SNCASO S.O.30 Bretagne

-45 in total produced according the Wikipedia

-Used by airlines and the French Air Force

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VFW VFW-614 (none)

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Tupolev Tu-124 Cookpot

-Identical to the Tu-104 Camel except that there are no windows raised up near the end of the fuselage.

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Airbus A300 (none)

-Seems kinda traitorous that American Airlines flew/flies the Boeing competition aircraft

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Hawker Siddeley/BAe Hs.748 (none)

-Note the small eyebrow windows above the cockpit windows. The NAMC YS-11 (none) does not have these windows.

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Fokker F.28 Fellowship

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Hawker Siddeley HS-121 Trident

-Has in total five engines in the tail including the APU, a 5th was added to assist with abysmal take off performance.

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McDonnell MD-87 (none)

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Embraer E-190/195 (none)

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Sud Est/SNCASE SE-161 Languedoc

-100 aircraft built bearing a strong resemblance to the Focke Wulf FW-200 Condor, although that particular aircraft has a single vertical stabilizer.

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Vulcanair/SIAI Marchetti SF.600 Canguro

-About 10 built. Was originally a Siai-Marchetti design, either manufacturer would be acceptable in a write in situation.

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Airbus A300 (none)

-Four underwing pylons compared to the A310's three

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Saab 90 Scandia

-Built in response to SAAB realizing that in order to survive in post World War II market they needed to diversify. 

-18 Built and delivered

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Antonov An-10 Cat

-Airliner, no ramp or turret

-Lots of Windows

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DeHavilland of Australia DHA-3 Drover

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Saab 90 Scandia

-Built in response to SAAB realizing that in order to survive in post World War II market they needed to diversify. 

-18 Built and delivered

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Embraer E-190/195 (none)

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Yakovlev Yak-42 Clobber

-Much longer than the Yak-40 Coddling

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Boeing 747 (none)

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Vickers 950 Vanguard

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Tupolev Tu-154 Careless

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Convair CV-880 (none)

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PZL Mialec M-28 Bryza

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Beech 1900D (none)

Boeing 777-300ER (none)

-The 1900D model has standing head room, the Beech 1900C (none) does not.

-Boeing 777-300ER (none) because it has 6 tires on the main gear and a flat 'fin' APU unit.

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Martin 2-0-2 (none)

Edit 2/22 Glenn, Changed to Martin 2-0-2. The 2-0-2 has eyebrow windows on the cockpit, the 4-0-4 do not.

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Tupolev Tu-104 Camel

-The only difference between this aircraft and the Tu-124 Cookpot are the raised windows at the back of the fueselage.

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Dewoitine D.338 (none)

-May also be seen as the previous uncommon variants D.332 or D.333

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BAC (none)/1-11 One-Eleven

-If it comes down to a write in put (none) for the model number

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DeHavilland DH.66 Hercules

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Avro/BAe RJ85/146 Avroliner/(none)

-If Avro RJ85 Avroliner is available never put none; if BAe 146 is the only option then put (none)

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Douglas DC-8 (none)

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Fokker F50 (none)

-Six blades on the prop; square windows with lots of them.

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Airbus A310 (none)

-Has 3 pylons attached to each outboard flap, the A300 has 4.

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Handley page HP.137 Jetstream

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Beech 18 (none)

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Bombardier CRJ1000 (none)

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DeHavilland of Canada DHC-4 Caribou

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Riley (none) TurboSkyliner

-DH.114 w/horizontally opposed engines

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Handley Page HPR.7 Herald

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Fairchild SA-227-TT Merlin IIIC

-All of the Fairchild aircraft that are comparable to the Swearingens have their main gear doors closed while the gear are extended.

-Also the lack of wingtips distinguishes this aircraft from the Fairchild 300

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Boeing 737 (none)

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Ilyushin Il-76 Candid

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Saab 340 (none)

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Martin 2-0-2 (none)

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Junkers Ju 60/160 (none) 

-Ju 60 was the inital version, 2 built

-Ju 160 was the service version, 47 built

-Default to Ju 160 for write in

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Vickers Super VC-10 (none)

-Super VC-10 has a stretched fuselage and has just one boarding door on the left hand side of the aircraft.

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Avro/BAe RJ85/146 Avroliner/(none)

-Pairings look like this Avro RJ85 Avroliner; or BAe 146 (none) do not mix and match

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Handley Page HPR.7 Herald

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Lockheed 9 Orion

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DeHavilland of Canada DHC-3 Otter

--Much longer than the DHC-2 Beaver, as can be seen in the amount of windows down the length of the fuselage.

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Lockheed L-100 Hercules

-Commercial variant of the C-130 retains the name but not the number

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Swearingen SA-226-T Merlin IIIA

-The gear doors on all of the Swearingen models stay down when the main gear are extended as compared to the Fairchild variants

-Note the air intakes on the top of the engines

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Northrop (none) Delta

-Very similar to the Lockheed 9 Orion. The Delta has fixed gear, a square tail and a more airliner style cockpit.

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Fokker F.XXII (none)

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Vickers VC10 (none)

-Thrust reversers, small square cuts on top of the outboard engines instead of clamshell doors as seen on the Il-62 Classic.

-Three eyebrow windows.

-edit 04.24.2016 Justin T: replaced 'A' side picture with a civilian aircraft.

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Conroy CL-44 Skymonster/Guppy

-edit 3.11.15 Justin T: Skymonster is an official recognized name of this aircraft.

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Boeing 757 (none)

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Hamburger Flugzeugbau HFB-320 Hansajet

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Boeing 747 (none)

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Antonov An-30 Clank

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Fairchild F-27 (none)

-License built Fokker F27 Friendship in the United States

-Not a FH-227 Because ther are no windows in front of the prop

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Sukhoi 100 Superjet

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Ilyushin Il-18 Coot

-Blue props is always an indication of former Soviet block construction at a minimum.

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Antonov An-10 Cat

-Also known as the Ukraina in the east

-No ramp, lots of windows

 

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Swearingen SA-226-T Merlin IIIA

-The gear doors on all of the Swearingen models stay down when the main gear are extended as compared to the Fairchild variants

-Note the air intakes on the top of the engines

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Airbus A300 (none)

-Has 4 pylons attached to the outboard flap, the A310 only has 3.

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Junkers Ju-52 (none)

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Embraer EMB-110 Bandeirante

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Tupolev Tu-104 Camel

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Convair CV-880 (none)

-Does not have the 'cheek pockets' that the Douglas DC-8 has. Also lacks the fuel 'carrots' that the CV-990 Coronado has on top of each wing.

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Beechcraft 99 Airliner

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Latécoére 26 (none)

-If the name does not already give this away, this manufacturer is French

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Let L-610 (none)

-edit 10.13.2014 Justin: Name did not carry over from the 410; changed to (none)

-Stretched version of the L-410

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Neiva NE-821 Caraja

-A turboprop upgrade to the already license built Embraer EMB-820 Navajo.

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COMAC ARJ21 Xianfeng

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Beechcraft 1900D (none)

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BAe (none) ATP

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BAe (none) Jetstream 41

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Vultee V-1A (none)

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Boeing 720 (none)

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Saab 2000 (none)

-6 prop blades as opposed to the Saab 340 which has 4

-No eyebrow window

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Curtiss C-46 Commando

-Free beatings from Justin T. for any rec'er that does not know this aircraft

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Lockheed L-1049 Super Constellation

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Douglas DC-8 (none)

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IAI 101/201 Arava

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Antonov An-24 Coke

-Lack of bubble window on the left side of the fuselage distinguishes this aircraft from the An-26 Curl.

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Fokker F27 Friendship

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Northrop 2B Gamma

-Same nomenclature rules as the Alpha apply

-Gamma has an enclosed cockpit and a larger engine

-Has a single and dual seat variant

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Hamilton H47 Metalplane

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DeHavilland of Canada DHC-7 Dash 7

-Note that the gear come directly out of the inboard engine nacelles which is found on the Dash 8 as well.

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Fairchild F-27 (none)

-American license built Fokker F.27

-Not a FH-227 Because there are no windows in front of the prop

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Ilyushin Il-114 (none)

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Tupolev Tu-204 (none)

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Airbus A300-600ST Beluga

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Xian MA60 (none)

-Bears a striking resemblence to the Antonov family

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Lockheed L-649/749 Constellation

-The first truly civilian version of the Constellation is the L-649/749 model. THe L-049 model was given to aircraft that were repurposed after the end of World War II having previously been known as the C-69.

-It is difficult to differentiate between the L-649 and the L-749. The L-649 was primarily purchased by Eastern Air Lines where other airlines opted for the L-749.

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Aero Spacelines 377MG Mini Guppy

-Converted from a Boeing 377 Stratocruiser

-2 Built

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Yakovlev Yak-42 Clobber

-Much longer than than the Yak-40 Coddling

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Shorts 330 (none)

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Boeing 747 (none)

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Aero Spacelines 337SG Super Guppy

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Saunders ST-27 (none)

-A DeHavilland DH-114 Heron with two turboprop engines instead of pistons.

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Airbus A330 (none)

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Percival P.50 Prince

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Canadair DC-4M Northstar

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Antonov An-26 Curl

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Curtiss/Wright CW-4/T-32 Condor II

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Boeing 767 (none)

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Boeing 747 (none)

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Lockheed Model 12A Electra Junior

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Airbus A350 XWB/(none)

-6 windows in the cockpit instead of the four in the Boeing 787 Dreamliner

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Convair CV880 (none)

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Douglas DC-9 (none)

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Beech 1900C (none)

Beech 1900D (none) model has extra standing headroom in the cabin.

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Convair CV990 Coronado

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Airbus A320 (none)

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Focke Wulf Fw.200 Condor

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Embraer ERJ-145 (none)

-Edit 11.06.2014 Justin: Changed name from ERJ to (none)

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ROMBAC 1-11 (none)

-License built variant of the BAC 1-11 built in Romania, 9 of which were completed. The co pilot side seems to always have two plugs down the right side of the fuselage. Also anything to do with Romania, such as TAROM airlines is a good indication of this copy.

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BAe (none) ATP

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Antonov An-72/74 Coaler

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Bombardier CRJ-700 (none)

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Boeing 717 (none)

-Has a flat ended APU unit, the DC-9 has a conical APU fairing. The McDonnell Douglas/Douglas MD-80/DC-9 series also have clamshell thrust reversers.

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Antonov An-12 Cub

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COMAC ARJ21 Xianfeng

-Caution as the cockpit windows do not seem to be standard

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Airspeed AS.5 Courier

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Douglas DC-5 (none)

-Built in very small numbers. The militarized aircraft impressed into service in WW2 were designated C-110. William Boeing flew around the DC-5 known as 'Rover' for his own personal transport.

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Riley (none) TurboSkyliner

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Vickers 950 Vanguard

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Airbus A350 XWB/(none)

-Direct competition to the Boeing 787 Dreamliner

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BAe (none) Jetstream 31

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Vickers 950 Vanguard & Douglas DC-9 (none)

-The Douglas DC-9 has a conical APU unit at the back where as the Boeing 717 has a flattened APU unit.

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Airbus A321 (none)

-No overwing emergency exits

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BAe (none) Jetstream 31

-Fewer blades on each engine (4) when compared to the Jetstream 41 (6). Is also quite a bit smaller.

-The aircraft in the background of the 'A' side are Saab 340 (none)s

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Junkers Ju-86 (none)

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Dornier Do.328 (none)

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Aerospatiale/SUD SE-210 Caravelle

-One of the most beautiful aircraft ever produced. The cockpit design is a straight take from the DH.106 Comet. In total 282 produced.

-Aircraft 'Q' side from top to bottom; Douglas DC-8 (none), Yakovlev Yak-40 Codling, Boeing 707 (none)

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Fokker F27 Friendship

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Antonov An-26 Curl

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Swearingen SA26-T Merlin II-B

-Air intake on the bottum of the cowling

-Also note that the gear doors stay down when the gear are extended on the swearingen models

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Airbus A340 (none)

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Breguet 763 Sahara/Provence/Universale

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COMAC ARJ21 Xianfeng

-Chinese regional jet, caution as the cockpit windows and colouring is not all standard

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Ilyushin Il-18 Coot

-Typical Russian aircraft with a lot of windows in the nose. 

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DeHavilland of Canada DHC-7 Dash 7

-Note that the gear come directly out of the inboard engine nacelles which is similar to the Dash 8. The exhausts come directly out of the top of the engine cowling and there are two per engine.

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Bristol 175 Brittania

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ATR 42 (none)

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Avro 691 Lancastrian

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Lockheed L-649/749 Constellation

-The first truly civilian version of the Constellation is the L-649/749 model. The L-049 model was given to aircraft that were repurposed after the end of World War II having previously been known as the C-69.

-It is difficult to differentiate between the L-649 and the L-749. The L-649 was primarily purchased by Eastern Air Lines where other airlines opted for the L-749.

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Douglas DC-8 (none)

-Has cheek/chin pockets that the Convair CV-880/CV-990 and the Boeing 707/720 do not have.

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BAe (none) Jetstream 41

-More blades on each engine than the Jetstream 31 and is a bit longer.

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Ilyushin IL-96 (none)

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Lockheed L-188 Electra

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Douglas DC-3 (none)

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Dassault 100 Mercure

-Can look amazingly similar to the Boeing 737 (none)

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Vickers VC.1 Viking

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Handley Page HPR.1 Marathon

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Tupolev Tu-204 (none)

-Gear tilt forward where as the Boeing 757 gear tilt back

-Longer engines

-APU exhaust, if tail shot, is slightly different

 

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Mitsubishi MRJ-70/90 (none)

 

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Britten-Norman BN-2A Mk.III Trislander

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DeHavilland DH.84 Dragon

-More squared off wings than the DH.89 and the gear difference

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Antonov An-8 Camp

-Two engines as opposed to the four seen on the An-10 Cat and An-12 Cub.

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Evektor EV-55 Outback

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BAe (none) Jetstream 31

-Fewer blades on each engine (4) when compared to the Jetstream 41 (6). Is also quite a bit smaller.

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BAe (none) Jetstream 41

-More blades on each engine than the Jetstream 31 and is a bit longer.

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Boeing 221A Monomail

-Resembles the Northrop Alpha and Gamma but with retractable gear

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Fokker F27 Friendship

-No windows in front of the prop; round windows

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Short SC.5 Belfast

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Tupovlev Tu-134 Crusty

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Bombardier CS100 (none)

-Only has four windows in the cockpit. The Sukhoi 100 Superjet has 6. Introduced in a stretched version as the CS300.

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Boeing 767 (none)

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Antonov An-24 Coke

-Is an all passenger variant. Its kin the Antonov An-26 Curl has large ramp jack screw 'bulges' on the sides that would give it away that would be present where the red circle is.

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Sukhoi 100 Superjet

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Basler BT-67 Turbo 67

-Douglas DC-3 that has been converted to have PT-6s, does not always have that odd probe on the front and is not a distinguishing element.

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Convair CV-600 (none)

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Potez 840 none

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Saunders ST-27 (none)

-Stretched DH.114 w/turbo props

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Martin 4-0-4 (none)

-No eyebrow window, also when compared to the Convair series the Martin aircraft only have one front nose wheel.

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Airbus A350 XWB/(none)

-6 windows in the cockpit instead of the four in the Boeing 787 Dreamliner

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Boeing 757 (none)

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Convair CV-440 Metropolitan

-Remember "Convair with the square," which means two things that the small window in the cockpit is square and that there are two tires on the nose strut.

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Britten-Norman BN-2 Islander

 

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Fokker 100 (none)

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Ilyushin Il-114 (none)

-Usually has blue props

-Horizontal stabilizer is 90 degrees to the vertical stabilizer

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Yakovlev Yak-42 Clobber

-Longer than its sibiling the Yakovlev Yak-40 Coddling, also the APU  unit seen only on the right hand side of each aircraft has a metallic trapezoid around it where the Yak-40 does not.

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Convair CV-440 Metropolitan

-Remember Convair squared. This means squared middle cockpit windows and two wheels on the nose gear.

-Improvement of the Convair CV-340 (none), increasing cabin capacity from 44 to 52 by adding two rows of seats and an extra window.

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Lisunov Li-2 Cab

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McDonnell Douglas MD-90 (none)

-Similar to the MD-80 series the MD-90 series can be distinguished by the wider engine engine intakes that are reminiscent of the Boeing 717 (none) engines. 

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DeHavilland of Canada DHC-8-200 Dash 8

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Fokker 8 Super Universal

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Airbus A320 (none)

-Two over wing exits makes this an Airbus A320 not A319

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Airbus A319 (none)

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Boeing 377 Stratocruiser

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DeHavilland DH.84 Dragon

-The key to telling these DeHavilland aircraft apart is all in the gear

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Antonov An-8 Camp

-Two engines as opposed to the four seen on the An-10 Cat and An-12 Cub.

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Northrop (none) Alpha

-Alpha could also be used as the model, the above is probably the way it would appear on a NIFA test

- Could be seen as Northrop 2/3/4/4a Alpha, (none) is more appropriate as 2/3/4/4a are variants of the Alpha, think F-16A vs F-16C

-Late versions had speed boots and the number of windows is not constant, will most likely be paired with the Gamma. Alpha always has an open cockpit, the Gamma is always enclosed

 

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Lockheed 10 Electra

-The model 10 was later developed into the small version 12A Electra Junior. This aircraft has more windows than its little brother; 6 in the cockpit, and 4 down each side of the cabin. Flow by the infamous Amelia Earhart pictured below.

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DeHavilland DH.86 Express

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Fairchild-Hiller FH-227 (none)

-Stretched Fairchild F-27; windows in front of the prop

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NAMC YS-11 (none)

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Canadair CL-44 (none)

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Lockheed 12A Electra Junior

-Fewer windows in general than its predecessor the 10 Electra. These aircraft are always confused online.

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Boeing 787 Dreamliner

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Embraer E-170/175 (none)

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Handley Page HP.137 Jetstream

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Airbus A380 (none)

-4 sets of main gear; 2 with 6 wheels in the back, and 2 with 4 wheels infront of those

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DeHavilland of Australia DHA-3 Drover

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Antonov An-72/74 Coaler

-Probe is unique to this aircraft, also nearly impossible to tell An-72 apart from An-74 externally

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Riley (none) TurboSkyliner

-Horizontally opposed engines

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Let L-410 Turbolet

-2 small forward facing cockpit windows, does not always have tip tanks.

 

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Ilyushin Il-62 Classic

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Antonov An-24 Coke

-(An-24) Coke addicts do a line and then go to the gym to do (An-26) Curls

-No side bubble like the An-26

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DeHavilland DH.89 Dragon Rapide

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Boeing 787 Dreamliner

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Antonov An-12 Cub

-Has a rear loading ramp (not picture) where as the Antonov An-10 Cat has no ramp and was used purely for civilian transport.

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Ilyushin Il-12 Coach

-Has a rounded top to the vertical stabilizer, unless will never have lights in the nose as the Il-14 Crate has.

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Fokker F.XXII (none)

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Bombardier CRJ200 (none)

-Aircraft can not be a  700 or 900 model as the APU on those models is different

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