MoTIS MRT-90A CONCEPT ART/SCREEN SHOTS!
Sunday, 12. December 2004
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DEVELOPMENT PHASE SHOTS/ CONCEPT ART
The MRT-90A is a sweet and exciting aircraft to behold. This aircraft will be powered by neo concept Thrust Master technologies. The aircraft will function in a liaison commercial market by flying regional and long range domestic routes. The aircraft will come in two versions. The 90 A and the 90 B. The A is the shorter range aircraft while the B is the long range higher altitude version of this aircraft. The MRT-90 will be fitted with the new TM 30 X2 LIPT engine system still in development at this time. The MRT 90 will seat two pilots and two cabin crew with passenger loads that are being decided at this time. It will be loaded with the current advances in avionics technologies and a few new gauge ideas from the designers at MoTIS VJD! At MoTIS we are a professional group of concept designers (college students designers) so the sky is the limit as to what we will design but it will always reflect realistic designs as we are testing real world applications .
This aircraft is only one of the many passenger transport class aircraft coming form the AEROLINER series. This photo is an artist rendering of the final product which is still in the production phase in MoTIS factory 28. This aircraft is the total brain child of O Watson and will represent the best in concept design and development but is only the first of what is sure to be a truly great series!
THE MRT-90 TEST PROTOTYPE
The prototype beta tester model has make it into the MSFS 2002/2004 and will be ready to start test flying very soon...
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"
Length: 94.5in --- Wingspan: 73.2ft ---Height: 24.7ft ---Empty Wt: 27,972lbs---Wing area 590 sq ft ---Wing Loading: NA AOY lbs/sq ft ---Engine: NA-TESTING PHASE ---Max Thrust: NA TESTING PHASE --- V Max hi: 570mph--- Ceiling:40,000ft ---Climb Rate: 2680 fpm ---Range: 1180miles MAX PAYLOAD
THE MRT-90 TEST PROTOTYPE
From our very introduction in the world of flight simulation MoTIS has strived to be different. We have actively approached an area of simulation that we chose to enter to execute the MoTIS mission which on the most basic level is to share all the creative concept designs with the world of real world and concept aviation. We are still in the beginning stages of executing a larger vision through flight simulation and this has taken time and resources to do so. We are not just trying to be a third party design group with economic aspirations only but a fully function virtual concept development factory such as BOEING and a liaison into the real world of experimental and concept designing through simulations. We are a third party business as legally filed but this in no way is the total dynamic of our goals in concept aviation. We are not a funding agency or a interest group for concept aviation but the best way to describe our over all mission is to say that we are a virtual research group that is still in the initial phases of executing our base mission which is the total exploration of neo concept designs and technologies through the dynamic world of flight simulations.....
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Please be aware that our mission, while channeled and expressed into the dynamic world of flight simulations, is no longer exclusively linked to it, nor are we using flight simulations for pure entertainment value. Thank you.
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