BBA Explains the Airplane Designer
How to deploy Airplanes
These photos will help you do that:
- First, we must enter the Strategic Air Mode. You can do this by pressing F3 or at the bottom right of the screen
- Select the airport where you would like to have the aircrafts. Once you have chosen the airport, click on the Add New Airwing button.
- Select the planes you would like to add to the airport
- You can click the 'OK' button to proceed.
What is an Airframe?
The Airframe is a chassis that is used to support a tank. It is also the base for the plane. On the airframe are all the important items for a plane such as the weapon and bomb bay, as well the engine or jet engine.
BBA has the following:
- Small Airframe, which could include the Fighter (and CAS. However, you can only make one aircraft with the Interception and Air Superiority missions. You should choose one from Air Superiority and one from Interception).
- The Medium Airframe can be a Heavy Fighter, Tactical Bomber and Naval Bomber.
- The Large Bomber Can Be Both a Strategic Bomber And a Naval Bomber
What is the Thrust?
The thrust refers to how fast your plane can go. It can be modified by engine or other modules. If your weight is greater than your thrust, your plane will not be able take off the airstrip.
I have 65 Thrust, 35 Weight and a fast takeoff. My plane can reach speeds of 950 km/h ((590 miles an hour)).
Information about Modules & Missions
This section will help you to see which missions you can begin and which module you'll need.
|2x Light Gun||Air Sup. Intercept||Fighter, Heavy Fighter|
|4x Light-MG||Air Sup. Intercept||Fighter, Heavy Fighter|
|2x Heavy Gun||Air Sup. Intercept||Fighter, Heavy Fighter|
|4x Heavy Gun||Air Sup. Intercept||Fighter, Heavy Fighter|
|Cannon I / II||Air Sup. Intercept||Fighter, Heavy Fighter|
|2x Cannon I / II||Air Sup. Intercept||Fighter, Heavy Fighter|
|Rocket Nails||Close Air Support, Logistics Strike||CAS|
|Bomb locks||Close Air Support, Logistics Strike and Port Strike||CAS|
|Small Bomb Bay||Close Air Support, Logistics Strike and Port Strike||CAS|
|Tank Buster I / II||Close Air Support, Logistics Strike||CAS|
|Torpedo Mounting||Naval Strike, Port Strike||Naval Bomber/Maritime Patrol Plane|
|Guided Antiship Missile||Naval Strike, Port Strike||Naval Bomber/Maritime Patrol Plane|
|Fixed Explosive Fee||Kamikaze strikes||Suicide Craft|
|Medium Bomb Bay||Close Air Support, Logistics Strike, Strategic Bombing||Tactical Bomber|
|Large Bomb Bay||Strategic Bombing Port Strike||Strategic Bomber|
Photos of Special Modules, and what they do:
Extra Fuel Tanks:
– The plane's range is increased by using more of its internal space for fuel. However, it is also more flammable.
-Disposable tanks with small fuel tanks give our fighters an extra range while on offensive missions. They can be dropped before combat so they don't hinder combat performance.
-Steel plating in the area of the engine and around the pilot seat gives the plane greater resistance to ground fire attacks from behing.
Self-sealing fuel tanks
-Adding a layer of rubber around the fuel tanks does not cause an airplane to be crippled. The tank will seal itself over time and prevent fuel from being lost.
Non-Strat. Materials Usage:
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