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Skandinavisk FS (Official name: Skandinavisk Flygproducent A/S) is an Andallan manufacturer of civil and military aircraft. It is the largest civil aircraft manufacturer in Thalassa and the largest military aircraft manufacturer in Andalla. It is also one of Andalla's largest employers, with 48,915 employees by the end of FY 2016. Most of the Andallan Commonwealth Air Force's aircraft are produced by Skandinavisk, ensuring a monopoly in its home market. Skandinavisk's corporate headquarters and main office are located along Marius Norgard Boulevard in Enshavn, with major facilities scattered across Andalla. The company is led by CEO Peter Olstad.

Skandinavisk was founded in 1918 as Olstad Flygmotor A/S, a producer of aircraft engines based in the town of Skandinavien. 

Skandinavisk owns several subsidiaries across the Western hemisphere. The following is a list of major Skandinavisk subsidiaries:

  • Skandinaverica, 78%-owned subsidiary manufacturing aircraft exclusively sold in @Iverica.
  • Skandinavisk Europa, manufacturer and distributor of Skandinavisk aircraft in Europa, headquartered in Nordhaven, @Orioni
  • Skandinavisk Argis, manufacturer and distributor of Skandinavisk aircraft in Argis, headquartered in New Halsham, @Prymont
  • Skandinavisk Flygmotor, manufacturer of turbofan and turbojet engines, descendant of the original Olstad Flygmotor.
  • Flygmotor, 16%-owned subsidiary, manufacturer of turboprop and propeller aircraft engines.

OOC: Since "Scandinavisk" (Scandinavia) doesn't really exist in Europa, assume that it's an invented name.

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CIVILIAN DIVISION

** TURBOPROP DEPARTMENT **


LL-SERIES AIRCRAFT

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The Model 1 is a four-seat, single-engine aircraft, and the very first Skandinavisk aircraft. The first prototype model flew on October 12, 1929, while the aircraft formally began commercial production in December of the same year. It is considered to be the pioneer of the Andallan aerospace industry. Though several aircraft had been in production by other companies in Andalla at that time, it was the Model 1 that proved itself to last. True enough, all of Skandinavisk's early competitors slowly faded into history. Though Skandinavisk was only in its Genesis at that time, over 200 models were produced from 1929 to 1938. An estimated 20 are still in existence, while only 8 are in flying condition. More updated variants were introduced, until the end of the Model 5 production line in 1937.

SPECIFICATIONS (Model 5)

  • Crew: 2 (pilot, co-pilot)
  • Capacity: 2 passengers
  • Length: 7.24 m
  • Wingspan: 12.35 m
  • Height: 2.28 m
  • Powerplant: 1 x Olstad 120
  • Cruise Speed: 162 km/h
  • Top Speed: 184 km/h
  • Service Ceiling: 7,000 ft

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The Model 10 is a two-seat, single-engine general aviation aircraft. It first flew in 1947 and was the first mass-produced Skandinavisk aircraft. Production began in 1948 and an estimated 860 were built across 9 years. It was Skandinavisk's first large financial success and paved the way for the designing of the first Skandinavisk airliner, the SK-1.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Crew: 1 (pilot)
  • Capacity: 1 passenger
  • Length: 6.55 m
  • Wingspan: 10.16m
  • Height: 1.91 m
  • Powerplant: 1 x Olstad 260
  • Cruise Speed: 171 km/h
  • Top Speed: 202 km/h
  • Range: 728 km
  • Service Ceiling: 15,000 ft

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The LM-28 is a four-seat, single-engine, high-wing utility aircraft, and is one of Skandinavisk's most successful aircraft. First flown in 1962, more than 7,000 aircraft have been built since then. The sheer popularity of the aircraft has earned it the nickname "lille fugl", or "little bird". Dozens of variants have been created over the years, ensuring the LM-28 to be up-to-date with modern technology and capabilities despite the model itself being over 50 years old. Most LM-28 aircraft are owned privately, with some being in service with small regional airlines. It has also found a home with military users as border patrol aircraft or trainers, however very few are in service as such.

SPECIFICATIONS (LM-28E)

  • Crew: 1 (pilot)
  • Capacity: 3 passengers
  • Length: 8.32 m
  • Wingspan: 11.2 m
  • Height: 2.73 m
  • Powerplant: 1 x Lykommen O-37
  • Cruise Speed: 227 km/h
  • Top Speed: 306 km/h
  • Range: 1,293 km
  • Service Ceiling: 13,500 ft

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The LM-42 Eagle is a six-seat, twin-engine turboprop general aviation aircraft. Skandinavisk's second most widely-produced aircraft after the LM-28, it first flew in 1972 and remains in production. 2,600 aircraft have been produced as of August 2017.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Crew: 1-2 (pilot, co-pilot)
  • Capacity: 6 passengers
  • Length: 11.09 m
  • Wingspan: 12.56 m
  • Height: 3.52 m
  • Powerplant: 2 x Vardsjall GT-520
  • Cruise Speed: 448 km/h
  • Top Speed: 481 km/h
  • Range: 2,759 km
  • Service Ceiling: 30,300 ft

** F-SERIES AIRCRAFT **


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The F-5 Carabao is a twin-engine turboprop STOL utility aircraft. Known for its durability, the F-5 is quickly aging but is still in widespread use. It first flew in 1963 and has been used by both private and military operators. Production ceased in 1992 with 284 aircraft built.The Carabao is extremely popular with small regional airlines, specially cargo airlines. One extraordinary capability of the Carabao is being able to land and take off with a shorter runway than even the LM-28, making it extremely useful in emergency situations. A newer, updated variant, the F-6 Carabao II, was introduced in 1989 and remains in production.

SPECIFICATIONS (F-5)

  • Crew: 3 (pilot, co-pilot, crew chief)
  • Capacity: 48 passengers or 18,500 lb payload
  • Length: 24.08 m
  • Wingspan: 29.26 m
  • Height: 8.73 m
  • Powerplant: 2 x Lykommen O-64
  • Cruise Speed: 425 km/h
  • Top Speed: 463 km/h
  • Range: 1,126 km
  • Service Ceiling: 31,400 ft

SPECIFICATIONS (F-6)

  • Crew: 3 (pilot, co-pilot, crew chief)
  • Capacity: 52 passengers or 18,800 lb payload
  • Length: 25.14 m
  • Wingspan: 29.64 m
  • Height: 8.64 m
  • Powerplant: 2 x Lykommen O-65
  • Cruise Speed: 438 km/h
  • Top Speed: 492 km/h
  • Range: 1,210 km
  • Service Ceiling: 35,000 ft

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The F-8 Buffalo is a short-range, twin-engine turboprop transport introduced in 1996. It can serve as a short-range airliner or a small cargo aircraft, and is a bestseller for regional airlines.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Crew: 2 (pilot, co-pilot)
  • Capacity: 27 passengers or 5,800 lb payload
  • Length: 15.67 m
  • Wingspan: 22.06 m
  • Height: 5.05 m
  • Powerplant: 2 x Flygmotor 314 turboprops
  • Cruise Speed: 381 km/h
  • Top Speed: 408 km/h
  • Range: 1,763 km

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The F-9 Iliaden is the civilian variant of the N-5 Odysse. It was developed alongside the Odysse, and is produced in the same plant. It was introduced in 1999 as the modernized and better version of the F-5 Carabao.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Crew: 2 (pilot, co-pilot)
  • Capacity: 80 passengers or 18,800 lb payload
  • Length: 24.5 m
  • Wingspan: 25.8 m
  • Height: 8.61 m
  • Powerplant: 2 x Flygmotor 910
  • Top Speed: 557 km/h
  • Cruise Speed: 440 km/h
  • Range: 1,180 km on full payload
  • Service Ceiling: 30,000 ft
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CIVILIAN DIVISION

** AIRLINER DEPARTMENT **


Main Deck Pallet: 317 cm x 244 cm x 244 cm (125" x 96" x 96")


SK-SERIES AIRCRAFT


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The SK-1 Stjärnbild is the first all-metal, long-range pressurized airliner produced in Thalassa. It also created many other "firsts" within Skandinavisk such as its first pressurized aircraft, all-metal construction, among others. Ever since its first flight in 1948 and its subsequent introduction 6 months later, it was Andalla's most successful early airliner. Over 200 were built during its 15-year production run until 1963.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Crew: 4 (pilot, co-pilot, engineer, radio operator/navigator)
  • Passenger Capacity: 66
  • Length: 32.18 m
  • Wingspan: 35.81 m
  • Height: 8.66 m
  • Powerplant: 4 x Lykommen O-28
  • Cruise Speed: 492 km/h
  • Range: 5,927 km
  • Service Ceiling: 25,000 ft

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The SK-3 is the first commercial jet-powered airliner produced in Thalassa. It remained in production for a long 18 years since its introduction in 1958 and is widely considered to be one of Thalassa's most iconic and revolutionary aircraft.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Crew: 4 (pilot, co-pilot, engineer, radio operator/navigator)
  • Passenger Capacity: 81
  • Length: 33.99 m
  • Wingspan: 35.2 m
  • Height: 8.99 m
  • Powerplant: 4 x Alminn-Trisk MR.63
  • Cruise Speed: 840 km/h
  • Range: 5,190 km
  • Service Ceiling: 42,100 ft

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The SK-4 is a long-range narrow-body airliner. One of Thalassa's most iconic aircraft, being the first to fly scheduled Trans-Oriental flights on maximum payload. The SK-4 also broke the record for the fastest crossing of the Oriental Ocean from Arkhavn to O'polis in 10 hours 29 minutes. Its unique design featured two Alminn-Trisk MR.66 turbojets coupled together on both sides at the rear of the aircraft. The SK-4 was extremely popular with airlines and was so efficient that orders soared within its first two years. It was produced from 1968 to 1984.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Crew: 4 (pilot, co-pilot, engineer, radio operator/navigator)
  • Passenger Capacity: 151
  • Length: 48.36 m
  • Wingspan: 44.55 m
  • Height: 12.04 m
  • Powerplant: 4 x Alminn-Trisk MR.66
  • Top Speed: 933 km/h
  • Range: 9,412 km
  • Service Ceiling: 43,000 ft

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The SK-5 is a narrow-body tri-jet regional airliner. Introduced in 1977, it answered the growing demand for a more efficient regional jet to replace the SK-3. It could seat up to 125 passengers in a one-class configuration. Several modernized variants were produced until the end of the SK-5 production line in 2003.

SPECIFICATIONS (SK-5-100): 1977 – 1986

  • Crew: 3 (pilot, co-pilot, engineer)
  • Passenger Capacity: 125 (1-class), 106 (2-class)
  • Length: 40.59 m
  • Wingspan: 32.92 m
  • Height: 10.44 m
  • Powerplant: 4 x Alminn-Trisk MR.70
  • Cruise Speed: 960 km/h
  • Range: 4,170 km
  • Service Ceiling: 42,000 ft

SPECIFICATIONS (SK-5-200): 1984 – 1991

  • Crew: 3 (pilot, co-pilot, engineer)
  • Passenger Capacity: 155 (1-class), 134 (2-class)
  • Length: 46.68 m
  • Wingspan: 32.92 m
  • Height: 10.65 m
  • Powerplant: 4 x Alminn-Trisk MR.70
  • Cruise Speed: 953 km/h
  • Range: 3,860 km
  • Service Ceiling: 42,000 ft

SPECIFICATIONS (SK-5-200ER): 1985 – 1994

  • Crew: 3 (pilot, co-pilot, engineer)
  • Passenger Capacity: 142 (1-class), 124 (2-class)
  • Length: 46.68 m
  • Wingspan: 32.92 m
  • Height: 10.65 m
  • Powerplant: 4 x Alminn-Trisk MR.70
  • Cruise Speed: 953 km/h
  • Range: 4,720 km
  • Service Ceiling: 42,000 ft

SPECIFICATIONS (SK-5-300): 1991 – 2003

  • Crew: 2 (pilot, co-pilot)
  • Passenger Capacity: 162 (1-class), 138 (2-class)
  • Length: 47.3 m
  • Wingspan: 36.04 m
  • Height: 10.83 m
  • Powerplant: 4 x Alminn-Trisk MR.70
  • Cruise Speed: 989 km/h
  • Range: 4,460 km
  • Service Ceiling: 42,500 ft

SPECIFICATIONS (SK-5-300ER): 1994 – 2003

  • Crew: 2 (pilot, co-pilot)
  • Passenger Capacity: 158 (1-class), 132 (2-class)
  • Length: 51.4 m
  • Wingspan: 38.15 m
  • Height: 11.2 m
  • Powerplant: 4 x Alminn-Trisk MR.71
  • Cruise Speed: 973 km/h
  • Range: 6,323 km
  • Service Ceiling: 42,500 ft

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The SK-6 is a long-range wide-body tri-jet airliner. It is Skandinavisk's first airliner featuring a glass cockpit. It was extremely successful due to its range, which allowed it to make a Trans-Oriental flight from Arkhavn to O'polis without any layovers. It was introduced in December of 1990 and remained in production until 2004. Most of the SK-6 fleet remains in service, with a number being decommissioned and sold by larger airlines opting for newer, more efficient aircraft. A cargo variant, the SK-6-100F, is a favorite among cargo airlines in Thalassa. The SK-6-200, a modernized variant with improved avionics and efficiency, is still in production.

SPECIFICATIONS (SK-6-100): 1990-2004

  • Crew: 2 (pilot, co-pilot)
  • Passenger Capacity: 410 (high-density), 323 (2-class), 293 (3-class)
  • Cargo Capacity: 32 x LD3 (lower compartment)
  • Length: 61.62 m
  • Wingspan: 51.66 m
  • Height: 17.60 m
  • Powerplant: 3 x Alminn-Trisk MR.66
  • Top Speed: 945 km/h
  • Cruise Speed: 876 km/h
  • Range: 12,670 km
  • Service Ceiling: 43,000 ft

SPECIFICATIONS (SK-6-100ER): 1993-2007

  • Crew: 2 (pilot, co-pilot)
  • Passenger Capacity: 410 (high-density), 293 (3-class), 323 (2-class)
  • Cargo Capacity: 32 x LD3 (lower compartment)
  • Length: 61.62 m
  • Wingspan: 51.66 m
  • Height: 17.60 m
  • Powerplant: 3 x Alminn-Trisk MR.66
  • Top Speed: 945 km/h
  • Cruise Speed: 876 km/h
  • Range: 13,410 km
  • Service Ceiling: 43,000 ft

SPECIFICATIONS (SK-6-100F): 1991 – Present

  • Crew: 3 (pilot, co-pilot, loadmaster)
  • Cargo Capacity: 26 main deck pallets, 32 x LD3 (lower compartment)
  • Length: 61.62 m
  • Wingspan: 51.66 m
  • Height: 17.60 m
  • Powerplant: 3 x Alminn-Trisk MR.66
  • Top Speed: 945 km/h
  • Cruise Speed: 876 km/h
  • Range: 7,320 km
  • Service Ceiling: 43,000 ft

SPECIFICATIONS (SK-6-200): 2004 – Present

  • Crew: 2 (pilot, co-pilot)
  • Passenger Capacity:
  • Cargo Capacity: 32 x LD3 (lower compartment)
  • Length: 62.5 m
  • Wingspan: 53.2 m
  • Height: 17.65 m
  • Powerplant: 3 x Alminn-Trisk MR.68
  • Top Speed: 983 km/h
  • Cruise Speed: 883 km/h
  • Range: 13,104 km
  • Service Ceiling: 46,000 ft

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The SK-7 is a four-engine, wide-body long-haul airliner and Skandinavisk's largest aircraft produced to date. Nicknamed the "Queen of the Skies", the SK-7 was the perfect aircraft for long-range and high-demand routes. First introduced in 1998, a decade before the Aérospatiale Magenta, it continues to rule the high-demand long-haul market and remains in production. Long-range and regional variants are also available.

SPECIFICATIONS (SK-7-100)

  • Crew: 2 (pilot, co-pilot)
  • Passenger Capacity: 504 (high-density), 436 (1-class), 386 (2-class), 315 (3-class)
  • Cargo Capacity: 18 x LD3 and 114m³ (front cargo hold), 14 x LD3 and 82m³ (rear cargo hold)
  • Length: 64.1 m
  • Wingspan: 60.11 m
  • Height: 15.7 m
  • Powerplant: 4 x Alminn-Trisk MR.80
  • Top Speed: 915 km/h
  • Cruise Speed: 854 km/h
  • Range: 10,047 km
  • Service Ceiling: 43,000 ft

SPECIFICATIONS (SK-7-100ER)

  • Crew: 2 (pilot, co-pilot)
  • Passenger Capacity: 422 (1-class), 340 (2-class), 307 (3-class)
  • Cargo Capacity: 18 x LD3 and 114m³ (front cargo hold), 14 x LD3 and 82m³ (rear cargo hold)
  • Length: 64.8 m
  • Wingspan: 60.11 m
  • Height: 15.7 m
  • Powerplant: 4 x Alminn-Trisk MR.81
  • Top Speed: 915 km/h
  • Cruise Speed: 854 km/h
  • Range: 12,802 km
  • Service Ceiling: 43,000 ft

SPECIFICATIONS (SK-7RJ)

  • Crew: 2 (pilot, co-pilot)
  • Passenger Capacity: 568 (high-density), 512 (1-class), 468 (2-class), 410 (3-class)
  • Cargo Capacity: 14 x LD3 and 114m³ (front cargo hold), 10 x LD3 and 82m³ (rear cargo hold)
  • Length: 63.8 m
  • Wingspan: 59.8 m
  • Height: 15.8 m
  • Powerplant: 4 x Alminn-Trisk MR.82
  • Top Speed: 901 km/h
  • Cruise Speed: 824 km/h
  • Range: 6,246 km
  • Service Ceiling: 42,000 ft
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CIVILIAN DIVISION

- BUSINESS JET DEPARTMENT -


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The D-55 is a long-range business jet. Most aircraft are operated privately, with some in military service as VIP transport. An AEWC variant is also under development, but is expected to be completed by March 2018. It can seat up to 24 passengers in a high-density transport configuration. It is popular with large charter airlines because of its capability to cross the Oriental Ocean, but has also been used by premium regional airlines. The D-55 VIP transport is designated as the L-18 in the Andallan Commonwealth Air Force.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Crew: 2 (pilot, co-pilot)
  • Capacity: 14-19 passengers, 24 in high-density configuration
  • Length: 29.4 m
  • Wingspan: 28.51 m
  • Height: 7.9 m
  • Powerplant: 2 x Prott och Wattholm PW411
  • Cruise Speed: 852 km/h
  • Top Speed: 936 km/h
  • Range: 12,620 km
  • Service Ceiling: 52,000ft
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MILITARY DIVISION

** COMBAT AIRCRAFT DEPARTMENT **


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The J-1 Eldfågel is a single-seat fighter-bomber developed in 1951. Skandinavisk's first dedicated military aircraft, it was highly successful as one of the pioneer Thalassan fighter aircraft of the period. Production was halted in 1963.

In 1966, Skandinavisk introduced a two-seat, unarmed trainer variant of the J-1, dubbed the I-1 Eftermæle. Since then, Skandinavisk has been constantly producing modernized variants, the latest being the I-1F which was introduced in 2013. The I-1E, which first flew in 1999, is the ACAF's current primary trainer aircraft.

SPECIFICATIONS (J-1)

  • Crew: 1 (pilot)
  • Length: 9.2 m
  • Wingspan: 10.41 m
  • Height: 3.8 m
  • Powerplant: 1 x Lykommen O-171
  • Top Speed: 626 km/h
  • Range: 2,048 km
  • Service Ceiling: 35,000 ft

SPECIFICATIONS (I-1E)

  • Crew: 2 (pilot, instructor)
  • Length: 9.1 m
  • Wingspan: 10.25 m
  • Height: 3.8 m
  • Powerplant: 1 x Lykommen O-194
  • Top Speed: 792 km/h
  • Range: 984 km
  • Service Ceiling: 29,800 ft

ARMAMENT (J-1)

  • Guns: 1 x 37mm autocannon, 4 x 12.7mm machine guns
  • Bombs: 500lb-capacity internal bay

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The J-2 Lansen is a two-seat, transonic jet-powered fighter and the very first jet-powered Andallan military aircraft. Although partially unsuccessful, it served as a transition between the JG-1 and the JG-3. It began production in 1965, but production halted only 6 years later in 1971.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Crew: 2 (pilot, co-pilot)
  • Length: 14.94 m
  • Wingspan: 13.01 m
  • Height: 4.65 m
  • Powerplant: 1 x Skandinavisk E640
  • Top Speed: 1,023 km/h
  • Range: 1,916 km
  • Service Ceiling: 48,000 ft

ARMAMENT

  • Guns: 4 x 30mm autocannons
  • Hardpoints: 4 x air-to-air missiles, 4 x air-to-air rocket pods

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The J-3 Draken is a supersonic fighter jet and the successor to the J-2 Lansen. It was very successful during the its first few years in production starting 1968, but sales declined after prices rose. Production was ultimately halted a year after the successful introduction of the J-5.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Crew: 1 (pilot)
  • Length: 15.35 m
  • Wingspan: 9.42 m
  • Height: 3.89 m
  • Powerplant: 1 x Skandinavisk E720
  • Top Speed: 2,217 km/h
  • Range: 2,750 km with external drop tanks
  • Service Ceiling: 65,400 ft

ARMAMENT

  • Guns: 2 x 30mm autocannons
  • Hardpoints: 8 x under-wing harpoints, 2 x under-fuselage hardpoints for a total capacity of 6,200lb

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The B-1 Glød is a high-altitude, semi-stealth strategic bomber. It was initially scheduled for production in 1971, but several flaws in the design delayed the date to May of 1972. It is the ACAF's only strategic bomber aircraft. It has a built-in ECM suite to fend off against incoming missiles. The Glød's airframe served as the basis for the more advanced @Prymont F-F Cockroach bomber.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Crew: 5 (pilot, co-pilot, weapon systems officer, navigator, ECM officer)
  • Length: 29.59 m
  • Wingspan: 30.3 m
  • Height: 8.04 m
  • Powerplant: 4 x Skandinavisk E101
  • Top Speed: 1,236 km/h
  • Cruise Speed: 953 km/h at 45,000 ft
  • Range: 4,392 km
  • Service Ceiling: 60,000 ft

ARMAMENT

  • 21 x 1,000 lb conventional bombs
  • 42 x 500 lb conventional bombs

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The J-5 Falk is a two-seat, all-weather, supersonic multirole fighter. It is Skandinavisk's longest-running production line of combat aircraft with 41 years in production since 1976. The Falk was highly-successful and sold well to multiple air forces in the region.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Crew: 1 (pilot)
  • Length: 15.06 m
  • Wingspan: 9.96 m
  • Height: 4.88 m
  • Powerplant: 1 x Prøtt och Wattholm PW-F460
  • Top Speed: 2,217 km/h
  • Range: 4,180 km with external drop tanks
  • Service Ceiling: 53,000 ft

ARMAMENT

  • Guns: 1 x 20mm 6-barreled rotary cannon
  • Hardpoints: 2 x wing-tip air-to-air missile launch rails, 6 × under-wing, 3 × under-fuselage with a total capacity of 17,000 lb

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The I-4 Fremstød is a transonic advanced jet trainer. However, it can also serve as a lightly-armed combat aircraft. It was introduced in 1992 and remains in production.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Crew: 2 (pilot, co-pilot/instructor)
  • Length: 13.08 m
  • Wingspan: 9.94 m
  • Height: 4.6 m
  • Powerplant: 2 x Vardsjall GF-H30
  • Top Speed: 1,036 km/h
  • Range: 1,588 km

ARMAMENT

  • Hardpoints: 2 x air-to-air/air-to-ground missiles or external drop tanks
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MILITARY DIVISION

** AIRLIFT DEPARTMENT **


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The N-1 Leverantör is a turboprop military transport aircraft and the first dedicated military transport aircraft developed by Skandinavisk. It entered production in 1958 and ended 1974. Only few remain in military service while a number of aircraft are privately-operated.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Crew: 4 (pilot, co-pilot, flight engineer, radio operator/navigator)
  • Capacity: 60 troops or 24,000 lb payload
  • Length: 23.25 m
  • Wingspan: 33.53 m
  • Height: 10.39 m
  • Powerplant: 2 x Flygmotor JR-857 turboprops
  • Top Speed: 367 km/h
  • Cruise Speed: 278 km/h
  • Range: 1,654 km

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The N-2 Stjärnlyft is Skandinavisk's only strategic airlifter. It is also the largest Andallan military aircraft ever produced. Production began in 1968 and ended 2001, with a second variant still in production. It has been in service with the ACAF for nearly 5 decades. One aircraft known as the White Dwarf holds the distinct record of being the longest-serving aircraft in the ACAF, beginning service in 1977.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Crew: 5-7 (pilot, co-pilot, 2 flight engineers, loadmaster, optional: second loadmaster, navigator)
  • Capacity: 154 troops, 123 paratroopers or 50,000 lb payload
  • Length: 51.3 m
  • Wingspan: 48.8 m
  • Height: 12.00 m
  • Powerplant: 4 x Prøtt och Wattholm PW-T33 turbofans
  • Top Speed: 912 km/h
  • Cruise Speed: 790 km/h
  • Range: 4,723 km

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The N-3 Reise is a turboprop tactical airlift transport. It is the ACAF's primary tactical airlift transport and has been in service since its introduction in 1973. While the original variant ended production in 1996, newer variants are still being built. The N-3 Reise production line is expected to last until 2030, then it will be replaced by an entirely new aircraft.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Crew: 4 (pilot, co-pilot, flight engineer, loadmaster)
  • Capacity: 93 troops, 88 paratroopers or 35,275 lb payload
  • Length: 32.40 m
  • Wingspan: 40.03 m
  • Height: 11.65 m
  • Powerplant: 2 x Flygmotor JR-894 turboprops
  • Top Speed: 513 km/h
  • Cruise Speed: 495 km/h
  • Range: 1,853 km

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The N-4 Løfteren is a twin-engine turboprop transport and electronic warfare aircraft. It began production in 1972 and ended 2001. The N-4 also has an electronic warfare (EW) variant, the E-1 Förundras. Though officially classified as a combat aircraft, it is built along the N-4 production line.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Crew: 4 (pilot, co-pilot, flight engineer, radio operator/navigator)
  • Capacity: 36 troops, 34 paratroopers or 12,100 lb payload
  • Length: 23.8 m
  • Wingspan: 29.3 m
  • Height: 8.58 m
  • Powerplant: 2 x Flygmotor JR-766 turboprops
  • Cruise Speed: 440 km/h
  • Range: 953 km

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The N-5 Odysse is a twin-engine turboprop tactical airlift aircraft. It was developed alongside a civilian variant, the NT-9 Iliaden, and was introduced in late 1998. It has twice the capacity of the N-4 while also boasting the new Flygmotor JR-910 turboprops, making it even faster than the N-3 Reise.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Crew: 2 (pilot, co-pilot)
  • Capacity: 71 troops, 64 paratroopers or 20,600 lb payload
  • Length: 24.5 m
  • Wingspan: 25.8 m
  • Height: 8.61 m
  • Powerplant: 2 x Flygmotor JR-910 turboprops
  • Top Speed: 576 km/h
  • Cruise Speed: 480 km/h
  • Range: 1,350 km on full payload
  • Service Ceiling: 30,000 ft
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SKANDINAVERICA


Skandinaverica, inc. is a 78%-owned subsidiary of Skandinavisk FS. It is headquartered along María Paula Gutiérrez Boulevard in Toledo, @Iverica and is led by CEO Leonora Lopez. Aside from its Iverica-exclusive models, Skandinaverica manufactures and assembles Skandinavisk aircraft to be sold in Iverica and other Argic nations.

*Note: This catalog is incomplete and only contains a number of the Iverica-exclusive aircraft produced by Skandinaverica. For the Skandinavisk-originating aircraft, why not scroll up?

**Note: Skandinaverica has two roles. The first is to manufacture and assemble its Iverica-exclusive aircraft, while the second is to manufacture and assemble Skandinavisk-designed aircraft and sell them in and around Iverica. Note that this does not mean that all Skandinavisk aircraft in Iverica are produced by Skandinaverica; Skandinavisk also has assembly plants in Iverica.

***Note: Skandinaverica is a registered Iverican company, but is owned by a foreign one.


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The Búfalo is an updated military-grade variant of Skandinavisk's NT-5 Carabao. Most upgrades are on performance, with significant updates in the interior including equipment. It first flew in 1984 and began production a mere 9 months later. Just like the NT-5 Carabao, it possesses excellent STOL capabilities.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Crew: 3 (pilot, co-pilot, crew chief)
  • Capacity: 52 troops or 19,200 lb payload
  • Length: 27.73 m
  • Wingspan: 31.2 m
  • Height: 9.3 m
  • Powerplant: 2 x Toledo IH-23 turboprops
  • Cruise Speed: 466 km/h
  • Top Speed: 489 km/h
  • Range: 2,103 km
  • Service Ceiling: 29,600 ft

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The Toro is a four-engine turboprop military transport aircraft. First introduced in 1987, 19 aircraft have been built: 2 prototypes, 16 in active service, and 1 which crashed in a 1996 accident. All 16 aircraft in service serve the Iverican Air Corps.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Crew: 3 (pilot, co-pilot, loadmaster)
  • Capacity: 128 troops, 92 paratroopers or 44,000 lb payload
  • Length: 34.36 m
  • Wingspan: 40.41 m
  • Height: 11.84 m
  • Powerplant: 4 x Toledo IH-26 turboprops
  • Top Speed: 671 km/h
  • Cruise Speed: 643 km/h
  • Range: 3,334 km
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