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The ATARANDA is a 4 passenger , single engine light transport aircraft that is design to be used for general transport passenger operations. The ATARANDA is a true S.A.T.S aircraft and we actually designed this aircraft for student competition in the S.A.T.S  program  last year in which we did not in fact compete. This airframe is housed around an immerging industry standard engine technology in the Williams( ) turbo fan light jet engines!

 ATARANDA Design legally Copyrighted (C) 2004 by MoTIS INDUSTRIES.

As we await our new website we will only be previewing graphic art work of our neo concept designs until the second website is complete..

All data will preview at the new website coming soon!

 ATARANDA Design legally Copyrighted (C) 2004 by MoTIS INDUSTRIES.

Note: All of these concept aircraft are from the design staff of the MoTIS CAD engineering board and our CEO. We do not copy others work or design real world concept aircraft at all. Each of our aircraft are from our heads and are the sole intellectual property of MoTIS and we can prove it. We take great pride in all of our true concept designs and do not create real world aircraft, model aircraft variants or concepts, or other designers concept work at all ,but stand by our mission statement in truly creating "OUR OWN DESIGNS"

Important note: Don't be fooled! If you see these aircraft any where else then the reproducers are in direct copyright or patent violation of our intellectual property.


 MoTIS Industries. We (MoTIS VJD) are a full fledge third party FS business and not a VA in structure or function. While we use simulations to test and prove certain neo concept ideas we in no way are just a MSFS/ XPLANE flight simulations function but exist beyond the world of simulations as a real world applications division using simulations to test theoretical or concept ideas for MoTIS copyright and patent uses.

From simulation to reality-Flight in a different direction!


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