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    Bae 146

    Hi Guys,

    I have seen a mention by a new member today about the BAe146.

    I dont know much about the availability of software, panels, hardware etc So i thought i would start this thread and share ones knowledge to see if there is in fact any available.

    I hear alot from my colleagues who comment they would love to build a BAe 146 cockpit but dont know if there is anything available.
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    If I was going to build one I would build one based on one of the last produces "RJX" series, very clean design and many parts used straight of the 737NG.

    I have also seen throttle levers on ebay a few times, but very easy to make as they have no reverse thrust and the overhead switches ive seen for sale in places like B&Q ( UK version of home depot)

    I have a few hi res pics if you are interested


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    An airline pilot friend who flew them told me the story of a '146 that crashed after a dive at over twice VNE. Apparently every single piece of the aircraft was still attached at point of impact.....so they do have their good points


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    In memory of Flt Lt Tony Hill who, on 5 December 1941, at the request of Doctor R V Jones, successfully photographed a small "Würzburg radar" at Bruneval on the French coast. This from a height of only 200 ft, at high speed, under fire and from a camera mounted obliquely behind the cockpit.

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    If a picture speaks a thousand words then a video... http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=bcS89Ktbxeo

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    If it wasn't so clearly a '146, I'd swear someone filmed my last landing!!!
    "Tony"

    In memory of Flt Lt Tony Hill who, on 5 December 1941, at the request of Doctor R V Jones, successfully photographed a small "Würzburg radar" at Bruneval on the French coast. This from a height of only 200 ft, at high speed, under fire and from a camera mounted obliquely behind the cockpit.

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    It is a sweet looking cockpit though. I didn't realise the 146 was updated to such a modern standard. Could be a good alternative RJ platform particularly given the 737 similarity.

    Ken.

    PS. Thanks for the great detailed photos Phil.
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    Nice Pics cheers.

    hey trevor you got me on that one, why the 4 engines ???

    What about software ? is there any around that can be used for sim building ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Hill View Post
    If it wasn't so clearly a '146, I'd swear someone filmed my last landing!!!

    You should see a 727 landing on that strip.
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