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Cascadia
Post subject: Re: Planebucket stuff for a German AUPosted: June 7th, 2016, 1:53 pm
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Another six liveries have been added to my airlines sheet:
American Airlines, Balkan Bulgarian Airways (as an artistic licence my version shows the name Balkan in kyrillic letters on the starboard side instead of latin letters as in real world), Emirates, Linea Aeropstal Nacional Chile, Trans World Airlines and US Airways.

73 done, 20 to go.

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Post subject: Re: Planebucket stuff for a German AUPosted: June 7th, 2016, 9:29 pm
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Hi Cascadia!

Very nice thread, this one... a little too much of everything from a realism viewpoint, but fantastic drawings nevertheless!

As a little tribute - request permission to land?!?

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Post subject: Re: Planebucket stuff for a German AUPosted: June 7th, 2016, 11:47 pm
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Hi GD,

That livery is really good looking in this scale. Unfortunately I don't know how to fit Thiaria into my AU, so sadly you can't land :(

Btw, what exactly do you mean by saying "a little too much of everything"?

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Post subject: Re: Planebucket stuff for a German AUPosted: June 8th, 2016, 11:46 am
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no Philippine Air Lines? :P

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Post subject: Re: Planebucket stuff for a German AUPosted: June 8th, 2016, 1:48 pm
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No no Philipines Air Lines Kerkie.
It was one of the first i made but Cascadia said they fly to a other Airport than that in his AU

Great Liveries Cascadia looking forward to see the rest of them.

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Post subject: Re: Planebucket stuff for a German AUPosted: June 9th, 2016, 7:28 am
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Yesterday I was looking at military aircraft of this AU and noticed that for transport aircraft and helicopters the designation "Tp" and "Hkp" is used. As far as I know, Swedish Air Force use this designation system. There are some similarities among German and Nordic languages (except Finnish, which belongs to different language family), seem a bit weird for a German AU to use Swedish designation system.


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Post subject: Re: Planebucket stuff for a German AUPosted: June 9th, 2016, 11:21 am
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You got me. My designation system is in fact inspired by the swedisch one, but it's not the same.
J=Jäger (fighter)
Jb=Jagdbomber (fighter-bomber)
B=Bomber
Ak=Aufklärer (reconnaissance incl. AWACS)
Tp=Transportflieger (cargoplane)
Hkp=Helikopter (helicopter)
Sa=Seeaufklärer (maritime patrol)
Sf=Schulflugzeug (trainer)
L=Liaison
Ek=Elektronische Kriegsführung (electronic warfare incl. SEAD
Sr=Seenotrettung (search and rescue)
G=Gefechtsstand (command and control)
S=Spezialeinsatz (special operations)
Dr=Drone (UAV/drone)

I compared the designation systems of the US, the UK, and Sweden and thought the Swedish one suited me most.

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Post subject: Re: Planebucket stuff for a German AUPosted: June 9th, 2016, 1:37 pm
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Νow it is clear. Τhanks!

Ρ.S Υou can use also the letter "Z", from "Zestorer" (Inteceptor)-if you have dedicated interceptors. Ι think that German word for "Destroyer (ship)" is the same (with 2 dots on "o"). Αlthough not speak german myshelf, understand several words into a text.


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Post subject: Re: Planebucket stuff for a German AUPosted: June 9th, 2016, 5:23 pm
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Nice Idea, but an interceptor is just a special type of fighter so they got the "J" designation. Btw, Zerstörer (destroyer) is not a designation for an interceptor (Abfangjäger) but for a heavy fighter ment to be used in offensive mission, although it is correct that Zerstörer like the Bf 110 were primarly used as interceptors when they became outperformed by the Spitfire.

But as you mention the letter "Z", my Imperial German Navy possibly used a very small number of K-class and N-class blimps for patrol duties in its early years (1951-1962, although this idea is still open to fail or pass). So I might use it for Zeppelin, but I still have to rethink this part.

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Post subject: Re: Planebucket stuff for a German AUPosted: July 14th, 2016, 10:58 am
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