Transport Fever

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Video Game (2016)

A simulation of various transportation methods, starting in 1850 and allowing players to play until the modern days, experiencing the transportation history stretching more than 150 years.

Note: This is a Video Game. Aircraft portrayed in this production may not be entirely accurate or represent an actual aircraft, however, where a reasonable depiction of an actual aircraft has been created, it has been identified as best as possible.

Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde 102

Marked as G-BOAD, c/n 100-010 built in 1976. This aircraft is now on display at the Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum in New York City.

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Airbus A320-211

Marked as registration F-WWBA, c/n 1 built in 1987. First A320 built, now on display at the Musée Aeroscopia in Toulouse, France.

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Boeing 737-253/Advanced

Marked as registration N5176Y, c/n 20692/339 built in 1974. This aircraft was originally built for the United States Air Force as a CT-43A transport. It later went to Janet, the secretive government airline shuttling workers between Las Vegas' McCarran International Airport and various military sites, until it was retired in 2009.

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Boeing 757-200

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De Havilland DH.106 Comet 4B

Registration ST-725, does not correspond to a real aircraft. Wearing an approximation of BOAC's livery.

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Dornier Merkur

Registration D-0111, does not correspond to a real aircraft. However, "Silberfuchs" is the name of a replica Merkur, D-1103, on display at the Dornier Museum Friedrichshafen in Germany.

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Douglas DC-3

Registration ND 256184, does not correspond to a real aircraft.

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Douglas DC-4

Marked as registration NC90423, which flew for American Airlines. The in-game model wears PAA-Pan American Airways' livery.

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Junkers F 13

Registration C-P78, does not correspond to a real aircraft.

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Lockheed L-1049 Super Constellation

Registration NC215521, does not correspond to a real aircraft.

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Saturn V

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