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The Avroliner Project

                             ~ Made for X-Plane!

The Avroliner Project Avro RJ series aircraft is the perfect fit for all your flight simulation needs.  The Avro RJ series aircraft is a recreation of the British Aerospace  BAe 146/Avro RJ; a short-haul airliner and a regional airliner. It was designed specifically for the X-Plane flight simulator.  Designed to be short to medium range jet will be able to handle almost any airport you decide the challenge it with.  Whether it be a short field takeoff or a mountain grass runway the Avroliner’s high wing and STOL capabilities make this the perfect regional jet for your flight simulation needs.

The Avro RJ Series

The Avro RJ Series includes the Avro RJ aircraft, a four engined regional aircraft series by British Aerospace. All produced passenger variants of the Avro RJ series are available. Every model comes with its own 3D Virtual Cockpit to fully capture the spirit and identity of these jets.

Choose between 6 highly accurate and detailed models.

  • British Aerospace Avro RJ70 for X-Plane 10
  • British Aerospace Avro RJ85 for X-Plane 10
  • British Aerospace Avro RJ100 for X-Plane 10
  • British Aerospace Avro RJ70 for X-Plane 11
  • British Aerospace Avro RJ85 for X-Plane 11
  • British Aerospace Avro RJ100 for X-Plane 11
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RJ70 - 85 -100

Big Aircraft Look; Small Aircraft Feel.

Narrow, Paved and Gravel Runways

The Avroliner’s 4 Lycoming ALF502 turbofans give this plane the feel of flying a 747 Jumbo that can be flown with the ease of a regional jet.   The only commercial jet with 4 turbofan jet engines on a wing that is mounted on top of the fuselage, the BAe 146 also has a T-tail. Having extremely large flaps and spoilers, and a large split air brake mounted in the tail, the plane does not need reverse thrust at landing. Consequently, the four engines (supplied by the U.S. manufacturer Lycoming) do not have this facility. The plane can take off and land on extremely short runways, such as those at Mönchengladbach Airport, at Vágar Airport and at London City Airport, a converted dock

In the systems department we strive for an accurate representation of the real plane. The most important systems are fully functional, whereas many other systems are partly functional and simplified in some areas. This was a conscious decision and it enables many newcomers to our hobby to fly this magnificient plane without having to worry too much about all the more advanced systems.


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