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Transport Fever 2 - Air Vehicle List (Asia)

Written by wide range asbestos   /   Dec 19, 2019    


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A complete list of all purchasable air vehicles in the game with their stats, ordered by appearance date, based on in-game information.

Asian Air Transport List



Introduction



Warning! There are some European and American planes do appear in Asia vehicle set.

In this guide there are air vehicles:

  • Planes (1920 - 1952).
  • Planes (1959 - 1984).
  • Planes (1992 - 2013). 

Planes (1920 - 1952)



Junkers F 13 | From 1920 To

The Junkers F 13was developed in Germany after the First World War and was the first all-metal aircraft for civil aviation.

  • Cost: $264,056
  • Running costs: $44,009/year
  • Top speed: 137 km/h
  • Thrust: 3.5 kN
  • Capacity: 3
  • Cargo type: Passengers
  • Loading speed: 1.0x
  • Emission: 86
  • Weight: 1.0 t
  • Size: Small
  • Lifespan: 29 years

Vickers Victoria | From 1922 To

The Vickers Victoria is a British transport aircraft, which was also used for the transport of troops. Around 100 units were built.

  • Cost: $749,294
  • Running costs: $124,882/year
  • Top speed: 150 km/h
  • Thrust: 12 kN
  • Capacity: 8
  • Cargo type: All cargo
  • Loading speed: 2.0x
  • Emission: 89
  • Weight: 4.6 t
  • Size: Small
  • Lifespan: 40 years

Dornier Merkur | From 1925 To

The Dornier Merkur was a German passenger aircraft built by the Dornier works in Friedrichshafen.

  • Cost: $523,058
  • Running costs: $87,176/year
  • Top speed: 175 km/h
  • Thrust: 8.0 kN
  • Capacity: 5
  • Cargo type: Passengers
  • Loading speed: 1.0x
  • Emission: 86
  • Weight: 2.3 t
  • Size: Small
  • Lifespan: 29 years

Junkers JU-52 | From 1933 To

The Junkers Ju 52 - nicknamed "Aunt Ju" - was designed as a low-maintenance aircraft made to carry large cargo volumes in areas with poor infrastructure.

  • Cost: $1,158,864
  • Running costs: $193,144/year
  • Top speed: 200 km/h
  • Thrust: 15 kN
  • Capacity: 10 (2 compartments)
  • Cargo type: All
  • Loading speed: 2.0x
  • Emission: 87
  • Weight: 5.7 t
  • Size: Small
  • Lifespan: 58 years

Douglas DC-3 | From 1935 To

The Douglas DC-3 is a propeller-driven fixed-wing aircraft whose speed and range revolutionized air travel in the 1930s and 1940s.

  • Cost: $1,796,372
  • Running costs: $299,395/year
  • Top speed: 331 km/h
  • Thrust: 25 kN
  • Capacity: 10
  • Cargo type: Passengers
  • Loading speed: 2.0x
  • Emission: 90
  • Weight: 7.7 t
  • Size: Small
  • Lifespan: 40 years

Douglas C-49 Skytrain | From 1942 To

Originally developed for use in Second World War, thousands of C-47s were converted for civillian use at the end of war. Some of then are still in use today.

  • Cost: $1,796,372
  • Running costs: $299,395/year
  • Top speed: 331 km/h
  • Thrust: 25 kN
  • Capacity: 10
  • Cargo type: All cargo
  • Loading speed: 2.0x
  • Emission: 88
  • Weight: 7.7 t
  • Size: Small
  • Lifespan: 58 years

Douglas DC-4 | From 1944 To

The Douglas DC-4 is a four-engine American commercial aircraft with piston engine propulsion. From 1945 it was used all over the world in civil aviation.

  • Cost: $2,945,962
  • Running costs: $490,994/year
  • Top speed: 364 km/h
  • Thrust: 70 kN
  • Capacity: 15
  • Cargo type: Passengers
  • Loading speed: 2.0x
  • Emission: 86
  • Weight: 20 t
  • Size: Small
  • Lifespan: 40 years

Bristol Freighter | From 1946 To

The Bristol Type 170 is designed to fly passengers and vehicles across the English Channel. Since this became unprofitable due to the competition of fast ferries, freight was transported instead.

  • Cost: $2,650,464
  • Running costs: $441,744/year
  • Top speed: 350 km/h
  • Thrust: 40 kN
  • Capacity: 14 (2 compartments)
  • Cargo type: All
  • Loading speed: 2.0x
  • Emission: 85
  • Weight: 12 t
  • Size: Small
  • Lifespan: 58 years

Lockheed Super Constellation L-1049 | From 1952 To

The Lockheed Super Constellation was a four-engine commercial aircraft and the most successful version of the Constellation series.

  • Cost: $4,989,546
  • Running costs: $831,591/year
  • Top speed: 486 km/h
  • Thrust: 100 kN
  • Capacity: 19
  • Cargo type: Passengers
  • Loading speed: 4.0x
  • Emission: 85
  • Weight: 31 t
  • Size: Large
  • Lifespan: 50 years

Lockheed Super Constellation L-1049D/H | From 1952 To

The L-1049D is the first version of Super Constellation cargo aicraft. The L-1049C was equipped with large cargo doors and a heavy-duty floor.

  • Cost: $4,726,938
  • Running costs: $787,823/year
  • Top speed: 486 km/h
  • Thrust: 100 kN
  • Capacity: 18 (2 compartments)
  • Cargo type: All cargo
  • Loading speed: 4.0x
  • Emission: 85
  • Weight: 31 t
  • Size: Large
  • Lifespan: 50 years

Planes (1959 - 1984)



Canadair CL-44 | From 1959 To

The CL-44 is a commercial and cargo aircraft in which the rear part of the fuselage can be folded hydraulically to transport large goods and accelerate loading.

  • Cost: $9,547,008
  • Running costs: $1,591,181/year
  • Top speed: 644 km/h
  • Thrust: 220 kN
  • Capacity: 27 (3 compartments)
  • Cargo type: All cargo
  • Loading speed: 2.0x
  • Emission: 89
  • Weight: 30 t
  • Size: Large
  • Lifespan: 58 years

De Havilland comet 4B | From 1960 To

Originally developed as 4A for Capital Airlines, the 4B had a higher capacity (thanks to the longer fuselage) and a smaller wingspan.

  • Cost: $8,415,322
  • Running costs: $1,402,554/year
  • Top speed: 724 km/h
  • Thrust: 160 kN
  • Capacity: 21
  • Cargo type: Passengers
  • Loading speed: 4.0x
  • Emission: 89
  • Weight: 33 t
  • Size: Large
  • Lifespan: 40 years

Boeing 737-200C | From 1962 To

The Boeing 737-200C is a version of 737-200 that can be converted for freight transport. A "Quick Change" version was also offered.

  • Cost: $8,666,696
  • Running costs: $1,444,449/year
  • Top speed: 778 km/h
  • Thrust: 128 kN
  • Capacity: 20 (2 compartments)
  • Cargo type: All cargo
  • Loading speed: 6.0x
  • Emission: 85
  • Weight: 28 t
  • Size: Large
  • Lifespan: 58 years

Lockheed L-100 Hercules | From 1962 To

The L-100 is the civilian version of Lockheed's well-known C-130E military transport aircraft and therefore dispenses with all military navigation and communications equipment.

  • Cost: $7,033,198
  • Running costs: $1,172,200/year
  • Top speed: 540 km/h
  • Thrust: 140 kN
  • Capacity: 24 (3 compartments)
  • Cargo type: All cargo
  • Loading speed: 6.0x
  • Emission: 89
  • Weight: 35 t
  • Size: Large
  • Lifespan: 58 years

Boeing 737-100 | From 1968 To

The Boeing 73 is an american narrow-body aircraft for short and medium-haul flights.

  • Cost: $8,666,696
  • Running costs: $1,444,449/year
  • Top speed: 778 km/h
  • Thrust: 128 kN
  • Capacity: 20
  • Cargo type: Passengers
  • Loading speed: 6.0x
  • Emission: 86
  • Weight: 28 t
  • Size: Large
  • Lifespan: 50 years

Short 330 C-23 Sherpa | From 1976 To

The Short 330 is a short-haul aircraft with a variable cabin that allows mised passengers-freight operations. The aircrafts used in Germany were nicknamed " Schuhkarton".

  • Cost: $2,945,364
  • Running costs: $490,894/year
  • Top speed: 455 km/h
  • Thrust: 30 kN
  • Capacity: 12 (2 compartments)
  • Cargo type: All
  • Loading speed: 2.0x
  • Emission: 84
  • Weight: 7.3 t
  • Size: Small
  • Lifespan: 40 years

Br. Aerospace 146 | From 1978 To

The BAe 146 has four very quiet turbofan engines and was therefore also marketed as "Whisperjet". More than 300 units were built in different variants.

  • Cost: $8,361,542
  • Running costs: $1,393,590/year
  • Top speed: 752 km/h
  • Thrust: 124 kN
  • Capacity: 20
  • Cargo type: Passengers
  • Loading speed: 2.0x
  • Emission: 88
  • Weight: 26 t
  • Size: Large
  • Lifespan: 58 years

Br. Aerospace 146 200 QT | From 1978 To

The BAe 146 QT has four very quiet turbofan engines and was therefore also marketed as "Quiet Trader". It is the freight version of the BAe 146 series.

  • Cost: $8,361,542
  • Running costs: $1,393,590/year
  • Top speed: 752 km/h
  • Thrust: 124 kN
  • Capacity: 20 (2 compartments)
  • Cargo type: All cargo
  • Loading speed: 2.0x
  • Emission: 88
  • Weight: 26 t
  • Size: Large
  • Lifespan: 58 years

Boeing 757-200 | From 1984 To

The Boeing 757 is the larges aircraft with only one cabin aisle and was built between 1981 and 2004.

  • Cost: $25,192,336
  • Running costs: $4,198,723/year
  • Top speed: 893 km/h
  • Thrust: 360 kN
  • Capacity: 50
  • Cargo type: Passengers
  • Loading speed: 10.0x
  • Emission: 87
  • Weight: 58 t
  • Size: Large
  • Lifespan: 50 years

Boeing 757-200PF / SF | From 1984 To

The Boeing 757-200PF was specially developed for the transport of parcels, containers and pallets. Windows and additional emergency exits have been completely omitted.

  • Cost: $25,696,180
  • Running costs: $4,282,697/year
  • Top speed: 893 km/h
  • Thrust: 360 kN
  • Capacity: 51 (3 compartments)
  • Cargo type: All cargo
  • Loading speed: 6.0x
  • Emission: 87
  • Weight: 58 t
  • Size: Large
  • Lifespan: 58 years

Planes (1992 - 2013)



Airbus A320 | From 1992 To

Strictly speaking, the name A320 refers only to the original medium-size aircraft, but colloquially is often also refers to the other models of the A318/A319/A320/A321 family.

  • Cost: $17,169,656
  • Running costs: $2,861,609/year
  • Top speed: 829 km/h
  • Thrust: 236 kN
  • Capacity: 37
  • Cargo type: Passengers
  • Loading speed: 7.0x
  • Emission: 83
  • Weight: 44 t
  • Size: Large
  • Lifespan: 50 years

Tupolev Tu-204 | From 1995 To

The Tu-204 is a twin-engine medium-range aircraft and it one of the first Russian aircraft of a generation with new technologies such as fly-by-wire, supercritical wings and winglets.

  • Cost: $26,250,196
  • Running costs: $4,375,033/year
  • Top speed: 850 km/h
  • Thrust: 340 kN
  • Capacity: 55
  • Cargo type: Passengers
  • Loading speed: 1.0x
  • Emission: 85
  • Weight: 57 t
  • Size: Large
  • Lifespan: 58 years

Tupolev Tu-204C | From 1995 To

The Tu-204C is the cargo version of the Tu-204, which is still in use by European and Egyptian airlines.

  • Cost: $25,772,920
  • Running costs: $4,295,487/year
  • Top speed: 850 km/h
  • Thrust: 340 kN
  • Capacity: 54 (3 compartments)
  • Cargo type: All cargo
  • Loading speed: 2.0x
  • Emission: 87
  • Weight: 57 t
  • Size: Large
  • Lifespan: 58 years

Boeing 737-700 | From 1998 To

The Boeing 737-700 was the first version of the "Next-Generation" models. Compared to the classic series it is quieter, more powerful and can be used for transcontinental flights thanks to its longer range.

  • Cost: $18,285,084
  • Running costs: $3,047,514/year
  • Top speed: 974 km/h
  • Thrust: 200 kN
  • Capacity: 33
  • Cargo type: Passengers
  • Loading speed: 3.0x
  • Emission: 86
  • Weight: 37 t
  • Size: Large
  • Lifespan: 50 years

Boeing 737-700-C | From 1998 To

The Boeing 737-700C is a 700 series variant that can be converted into a cargo aircraft in less than an hour. it is equipped with a newly developed cargo door on the main deck.

  • Cost: $11,081,870
  • Running costs: $1,846,978/year
  • Top speed: 974 km/h
  • Thrust: 200 kN
  • Capacity: 20 (2 compartments)
  • Cargo type: All cargo
  • Loading speed: 3.0x
  • Emission: 86
  • Weight: 37 t
  • Size: Large
  • Lifespan: 50 years

Bombardier Q400 | From 2000 To

The Q400 series is a further development of the De Havilland Canada Dash 8 with improved flight characteristics and active noise and vibration insulation.

  • Cost: $7,825,800
  • Running costs: $1,304,300/year
  • Top speed: 648 km/h
  • Thrust: 160 kN
  • Capacity: 22
  • Cargo type: Passengers
  • Loading speed: 2.0x
  • Emission: 83
  • Weight: 18 t
  • Size: Large
  • Lifespan: 58 years

Bombardier DHC-8-402PF | From 2000 To

The Dash 8 is a successful series of the manufacturers de Havilland Canada and Bombardier. The version DHC-8-402PF is a conversion of the DHC-8-402 for the transport of cargo on pallets.

  • Cost: $7,825,800
  • Running costs: $1,304,300/year
  • Top speed: 648 km/h
  • Thrust: 160 kN
  • Capacity: 22
  • Cargo type: All cargo
  • Loading speed: 2.0x
  • Emission: 83
  • Weight: 18 t
  • Size: Large
  • Lifespan: 58 years

Sukhoi Superjet 100 | From 2000 To

The Sukhoi Superjet 100 is a twin-engine regional airliner built in Russia in low-wing design. It was designed so that it could also be sold on the western market.

  • Cost: $9,810,896
  • Running costs: $1,635,149/year
  • Top speed: 871 km/h
  • Thrust: 137 kN
  • Capacity: 20
  • Cargo type: Passengers
  • Loading speed: 2.0x
  • Emission: 83
  • Weight: 24 t
  • Size: Large
  • Lifespan: 58 years

Bombardier CS300 | From 2013 To

The CS300 was originally developed and built by Bombardier. After financial difficulties, the program was taken over by Airbus and the aircraft was renamed Airbus A220.

  • Cost: $17,717,400
  • Running costs: $2,952.900/year
  • Top speed: 832 km/h
  • Thrust: 233 kN
  • Capacity: 38
  • Cargo type: Passengers
  • Loading speed: 7.0x
  • Emission: 85
  • Weight: 30 t
  • Size: Large
  • Lifespan: 50 years