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Latest revision as of 10:03, 20 May 2020

Caesar BTT
Ceaser.png
Type: Plane
Legal Status: Legal
Weapon: {{{WeaponPrimary}}}
Trunk Space: 150
Max Speed: 450 km/h
Horse Power:
Fuel Capacity: 1000
Seats: 4
Armour Rating: 35

The Caesar BTT is a single engine, fixed gear, low wing general use aircraft. The Caesar BTT is imported from the Island of Tanoa and is available in 2 configurations; the standard model and the advanced Racing model, designed for racing competitions and other air sports. The Caesar is the only plane on Altis developed with the sole purpose of civilian use in mind. It is built with composite materials to allow it to be lightweight and aid in its range and maneuverability. Both variants require the Apex DLC in order for you to fly them.

Caesar BTT (Racing)
Ceaser.png
Type: Plane
Legal Status: Legal
Weapon: {{{WeaponPrimary}}}
Trunk Space: 150
Max Speed: 450 km/h
Horse Power:
Fuel Capacity: 1000
Seats: 4
Armour Rating: 35


Overview

The Caesar BTT has 2 variants the Standard model and the slightly advanced Racing model.

  • Roles:
    • Civilian Transportation
    • Recreational flights
    • Racing

Design

Features

  • The Racing model has improved handling however its top speed and maximum operational height remain the same.
  • It has Dual sided Butterfly doors allowing the passengers a quick escape in case of a mid air emergency. It also comes with 4 parachutes as standard.

Notable Traits

  • The Caesar BTT guzzles fuel, reducing its maximum flight time. However, on the island of Altis, it is more than enough for small quick flights to the multiple Air Strips.
  • All 4 passengers are able to bail out of the aircraft due to its butterfly door configuration.

Mobility

  • It is easier to control than other aircraft due to its slower flight, allowing even beginner pilots to master its handling within hours.

Crew Capacity

  • Both variants of the Caesar are capable of transporting 4 people; 1x Pilot, 1x Co-pilot and 2x passengers who sit directly behind the Pilot and Co-pilot.

Upgrades

Neither of the Caesar BTTs currently support any mods.

Ownership

This vehicle is available to rent or purchase at various locations across the island.

Purchase and Rent

Variants

Civilian (Both Racing and Standard)

  • Silver
  • Racer
  • Redline
  • Tribal
  • Wave
  • Redgull

Poseidon

Trivia

  • The BTT is likely to be based upon the real-world Cessna "TTx".