F/A-181 Black Wasp II
The F/A-181 Black Wasp II is a carrier-based, multi-role/air-superiority fighter jet that was used by NATO's naval aviation wings during different wars.
After the war a Black Wasp II landed on the airport of Altis and mechanics took it apart and started producing the product for commercial use.
|Max Speed:||1213 km/h|
The F/A-181 Black Wasp II is a fifth-generation, single-seat, twin-engine, all-weather tactical fighter jet. The aircraft was designed primarily as an air-superiority fighter, but also had ground attack capabilities. Its additional external hardpoints enabled the aircraft to carry a wide variety of weapons configurations. The Black Wasp is fitted with the required equipment for carrier operations.
- Recreational use.
The Black Wasp is a double-engine stealth fighter that uses a clipped delta wing design with a reverse sweep on the rear.
It has both conventional and fully-stealth variants; the latter can only store up to eight weapons internally and does not have any external hard points.
- The Black Wasp has a retractable tail-hook that can be lowered or raised to assist in performing carrier landings.
- The Black Wasp can have its wings folded to allow for easier storage and transportation aboard aircraft carriers.
- The Black Wasp can be sling loaded by a Huron.
The combination of its top speed of 1,213 km/h and the fact that it turns around easily makes the Black Wasp a blast to fly, Also the attached tail-hook allows for easy take offs and landing on the carrier.
The Black Wasp has a maximum seating capacity of just one for the pilot. It is unable to transport any additional passengers or crew.
The Black Wasp does not support any upgrades.
The black wasp can be purchased or rented from The Aviation Dealership.
The island only has one variant of the Black Wasp to offer, This is the Stealth variant
Only the civilians have acces to this.
- The Black Wasp is based on Boeing's "F/A-18E Super Hornet", but combines its fuselage with additional elements such as the wings, tail assembly, internal weapon bays, and engines from Lockheed Martin's "F-22A Raptor" and "F-35C Lightning II".