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| name = Shamal
 
| name = Shamal
| front_image = Shamal-GTAV.png
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| front_image = Shamal-GTAV-blue.jpg|thumb|
| image_size = 300
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| caption = A Shamal in [[Grand Theft Auto V]]
| caption = A Shamal in the trailer of [[Grand Theft Auto V]].
 
 
| vehicle_type = Civilian [[Fixed-Wing Aircraft|fixed-wing aircraft]]
 
| vehicle_type = Civilian [[Fixed-Wing Aircraft|fixed-wing aircraft]]
 
| body_style = Business Jetliner
 
| body_style = Business Jetliner
| appearances = ''[[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto IV]] and [[Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City|EFLC]]<br/>[[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars]]<br/>[[Grand Theft Auto V]]''
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| appearances = ''[[GTA San Andreas]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto V]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto Online]]''
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| related = [[Luxor]]
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| manufacturer = [[Buckingham]]
 
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{{quote|The Shamal is a mid-size business jet known for its climb and cruise performance, balanced handling and economical fuel consumption. At current gas prices, you can fly a Shamal coast to coast for just $50,000, without even a second thought for the ozone layer.|[[ElitasTravel.com]] description.}}
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The [[Buckingham]] '''Shamal''' is a multi-role, jet powered business [[Fixed-Wing Aircraft|aeroplane]] in [[GTA San Andreas]] and a commuter jet in [[Grand Theft Auto V]].
   
The '''Shamal''' is a multi-role, jet powered business [[Fixed-Wing Aircraft|aeroplane]] in ''Grand Theft Auto'' games: [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|SA]], [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]], [[Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City|EFLC]], [[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars|CW]] and [[Grand Theft Auto V|V]].
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Similar unflyable business jets also make multiple appearances in other Grand Theft Auto games.
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==Description==
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==Design and appearances==
===[[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|GTA: San Andreas]]===
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===GTA San Andreas===
The first time the player could fly the Shamal was in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]. The plane, despite its interior size, can only transport the player. The Shamal is a good choice for people who are just learning to fly jets, as its handling is balanced, and it's easy to land on runways. Shamal is based on the Learjet 55 and Learjet 60. The GTA III Shamal is based on the Learjet 35.
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[[File:Shamal-GTASA-parked.jpg|A parked Shamal in GTA San Andreas.|thumb]]The aircraft model is based on multiple Learjet business jets. The body is inspired on the Learjet 36A, while the wings are more similar to Learjet models after the 60. The aircraft nose is considerably longer than most Learjets, also resembling a later model.
   
 
The most prominent appearance of the Shamal is during "[[Freefall]]", when the plane's interior can be seen. The size of the interior appears larger than usual for an aircraft with a relatively small fuselage, and the interior incongruously features 16 windows (9 on the left and 7 on the right) when the plane features only 8 outside.
 
The most prominent appearance of the Shamal is during "[[Freefall]]", when the plane's interior can be seen. The size of the interior appears larger than usual for an aircraft with a relatively small fuselage, and the interior incongruously features 16 windows (9 on the left and 7 on the right) when the plane features only 8 outside.
   
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The Shamal is also used in the mission "[[Saint Mark's Bistro]]", where it is flown by Carl Johnson to [[Liberty City (3D Universe)|Liberty City]] and back.
Shamal-GTASA-parked.jpg|A parked Shamal in GTA San Andreas, with its door open.
 
Shamal-GTASA-inflight.jpg|A shamal in flight in GTA San Andreas.
 
Shamal-GTASA-interior-rear.jpg|The interior of the Shamal in GTA San Andreas, towards the back. (<small>[[:Image:Shamal-GTASA-interior-front.jpg|Towards the cockpit]])
 
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===[[Grand Theft Auto IV]] and [[Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City|EFLC]]===
 
The Shamal appears as an uncontrollable aircraft at the [[Francis International Airport, Dukes|Francis International Airport]].
 
   
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===Grand Theft Auto V===
Shamal (GTA IV).jpg|A uncontrollable Shamal in GTA IV.
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[[File:Shamal-GTAV-front.png|A parked Shamal in GTA V.|thumb]]The Shamal appeared in the first trailer and later in one of the screenshots for Grand Theft Auto V, implying that it would most likely return as a functional plane. This was confirmed by the gameplay trailer, that showed the Shamal being flown over the [[Land Act Dam]].
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It is based on modern Learjet models in GTA V, namely the Learjet 45, with some inspiration from a Cessna Citation 560. It also has 16 passenger windows in total (8 on each side). The role of the aircraft is now different though - Instead of being a business jet, like in San Andreas, it is now a commuter jet, being owned by multiple airliners for short regional flights. The role of a private jet is now attributed to the [[Luxor]], a plane very similar to the Shamal (Only with a black paint scheme) also manufactured by Buckingham.
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The Shamal is featured in the singleplayer mission [[Caida Libre]], where it is shot down by Michael De Santa and then chased by Trevor as it falls down in the desert. It is also stolen by players for Lester in the online mission [[Landing Strip]].
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===Liveries===
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Similar to the [[Jet]], the Shamal bears the liveries of multiple airlines in Grand Theft Auto V.
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Shamal-GTAV-MyFly.jpg|[[MyFly]]
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Shamal-GTAV-AirEMU.jpg|[[Air EMU]]
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Shamal-GTAV-AirHerler.jpg|[[Herler Airlines|Air Herler]]
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Shamal-GTAV-FlyUS.jpg|[[FlyUS]]
 
</gallery>
 
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==Performance==
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===GTA San Andreas===
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The Shamal is available to the player since the beginning of GTA San Andreas, in the [[Los Santos International Airport (3D Universe)|Los Santos International Airport]], acquirable by trespassing over the security booth if the player still hasn't got the pilots license. It is a considerably fast jet, being on par with the [[Rustler]], and due to it's availability, the Shamal is a good choice for players who are just learning to fly jets, as its handling is balanced and it's easy to land on runways. Also, despite its interior size, it can transport only the player.
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===GTA V===
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The Shamal is now a much faster aircraft, beating any propeller-powered plane in the game and being on-par with the Luxor as the third fastest aircraft in the game, only beaten by the [[Vestra]] and the [[P-996 Lazer]]. Similar to San Andreas, it is also available from the start in [[Los Santos International Airport (HD Universe)|Los Santos International Airport]] and, due to having a great and responsive handling, it remains as a great plane for learning to pilot and similar to the Luxor, players can easily evade police attention if they didn't purchase a hangar yet. In the hands of a moderately skilled pilot, it can easily win any multiplayer races. Thanks to the speed and handling of the aircraft, it also has a great capability for performing stunts, being able to steer and perform aileron rolls extremely fast.
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It can be purchased for $1,150,000 in the in-game [[ElitasTravel.com]] website.
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==Similar business jets==
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Despite none being named as "Shamal" or even accessible to the player, many similar private jets appear as an uncontrollable and mostly stationary aircraft in the series:
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*In [[Grand Theft Auto III]] and [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]] there are multiple parked business jets around the Francis and Escobar airports based off the Learjet 35.
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*In [[Grand Theft Auto Advance|GTA Advance]], during [[Freedom Flies]], a cutscene shows a plane similar to the Shamal.
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*In [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories]], a jet also similar to the Learjet 35 but with a considerably larger fuselage and wing span, decorated with blue stripes, appears in multiple missions. It is first seen in the introductory mission, [[Soldier]], as belonging to the dealer Victor Vance meets. It is later seen parked in Escobar International during [[Snitch Hitch]] and ends up being escorted out of the airport by Vance while it takes off in [[Farewell to Arms]].
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*In [[Grand Theft Auto IV]] and it's expansions, business jets still remain unattainable (nor can any other planes be flown) but such vehicles can still be found at [[Francis International Airport, Dukes|Francis International Airport]], featuring an updated design. One such plane is used by [[Kenny Petrovic]] during the [[Hangman's NOOSE]] [[Multiplayer in GTA IV|multiplayer]] mission where, in up to four players, must hold back [[NOOSE]] units and escort Petrovic from his jet at Francis International Airport to a safepoint.
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*In [[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars]], a jet also similar to the Learjet 35 is introduced in the first [[Yu Jian|mission]] of the game, used by [[Huang Lee]] to travel to [[Liberty City in GTA IV Era|Liberty City]]. For the rest of the game, just as in ''GTA IV'', is an uncontrollable aircraft at the [[Francis International Airport, Dukes|Francis International Airport]]. It can also be seen taking off and landing in the runways, but never taxing or moving from them.
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*In the Grand Theft Auto IV DLC [[Ballad of Gay Tony]], [[Ray Bulgarin]] owns a much larger business jet named [[Ghawar]]. Also in The Ballad of Gay Tony, the only time a regular business jet isn't stationary is during the mission [[Bang Bang]], where Luis must destroy one before it takes off.
 
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===[[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars]]===
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The jet is introduced in the first [[Yu Jian|mission]] of the game. [[Huang Lee]] used it to travel to [[Liberty City in GTA IV Era|Liberty City]]. For the rest of the game, just as in ''GTA IV'', is an uncontrollable aircraft at the [[Francis International Airport, Dukes|Francis International Airport]].
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<gallery spacing="small" position="center" bordercolor="#8e8e8e" captionsize="medium" captionalign="center">
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Businessjet-GTA3-front.jpg|A business jet inspired on the Learjet 35 in Grand Theft Auto III.
Shamal in Flight-CW.png|The Shamal travelling to Liberty City.
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Learjet_VC.jpg|A similar business jet in Vice City.
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Private_jet_Advance.jpg|Mike leaving Liberty City in a private jet.
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Learjet_VCS.jpg|The private jet in the first mission of Vice City Stories.
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Shamal (GTA IV).jpg|An unobtainable business jet similar to the Shamal in Grand Theft Auto IV.
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Shamal in Flight-CW.png|A business jet travelling to Liberty City.
 
Yu Jian-CW.png|[[Huang Lee]] is ambushed.
 
Yu Jian-CW.png|[[Huang Lee]] is ambushed.
 
Flatliner-CW.png|During the mission [[Flatliner]].
 
Flatliner-CW.png|During the mission [[Flatliner]].
 
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</gallery>
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===[[Grand Theft Auto V]]===
 
The Shamal will reappear in ''Grand Theft Auto V'', as a similar plane is seen at the end of the trailer and in one screenshot. 
 
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1352713424.jpg|Franklin on a Sanchez.
 
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==Locations==
 
==Locations==
===[[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|GTA: San Andreas]]===
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=== GTA San Andreas ===
*[[Los Santos International Airport]], one of them just northwest of the runway.
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*[[Los Santos International Airport (3D Universe)|Los Santos International Airport]], one of them just northwest of the runway.
*[[Easter Bay International Airport]], two of them next to southeastern access road, another one next to fuel tanks, where [[Heat-Seeking Rocket Launcher|Stinger]] can be also obtained.
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*[[Easter Bay International Airport]], two of them next to southeastern access road, another one next to the fuel tanks, where the [[Heat-Seeking Rocket Launcher|Stinger]] can be also obtained.
*[[Las Venturas Airport]], two of them between the two sets of ramps, west of the runway. During the mission [[Saint Mark's Bistro]] there is another one at the notrhern end of the runway, which is supposed to serve CJ as transport to Liberty City and back.
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*[[Las Venturas Airport]], two of them between the two sets of ramps, west of the runway. During the mission [[Saint Mark's Bistro]] there is another one at the northern end of the runway, which is supposed to serve CJ as transport to Liberty City and back.
*During the mission [[Freefall]] it flies to [[Las Venturas]] and CJ is supposed to jack it with a [[Dodo]], eliminate the strike team and pilot inside and land the plane at LVA.
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*During the mission [[Freefall]] it flies to [[Las Venturas (3D Universe)|Las Venturas]] and CJ is supposed to jack it with a [[Dodo]], eliminate the strike team and pilot inside and land the plane at LVA.
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===[[GTA IV]] - [[GTA CW]]===
 
*[http://gta.wikia.com/Francis_International_Airport,_Dukes Francis International Airport], however non-accessible.
 
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===[[GTA V]]===
 
*Airports in [[Los Santos in GTA V Era|Los Santos]].<sup>(possibly)</sup>
 
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==Similar aircraft==
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=== Grand Theft Auto V ===
[[Image:Businessjet-GTA3-front.jpg|right|270px]]
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* Can be purchased for $1,150,000 on the [[Elitás Travel]]'s website.
*In other GTA games, business jets resembling the Shamal first appeared in [[Grand Theft Auto III]] and then [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]]; however, the player could not fly the plane. The plane has also been depicted in take-off and landing in [[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories]] and [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories]]; in GTA Liberty City Stories, the player can stand on the plane's wing while it's accelerating to fly away, but will most likely fall after a while, and in GTA Vice City Stories, the plane is seen entering and exiting [[Escobar International Airport]] from time to time. A glitch allows the player to enter the plane in GTA Vice City Stories, but it is not controllable.
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* Frequently found in [[Los Santos International Airport (HD Universe)|Los Santos International Airport]]. (Single Player only)
*In [[Grand Theft Auto Advance|GTA Advance]], during [[Freedom Flies]], a cutscene shows a plane similar to the Shamal.
 
*In [[Grand Theft Auto IV]], business jets still remain uncontrollable (nor can any other planes be flown) but such vehicles can still be found at [[Francis International Airport, Dukes|Francis International Airport]], featuring an updated design. One such plane is used by [[Kenny Petrovic]] during the [[Hangman's NOOSE]] [[Multiplayer in GTA IV|multiplayer]] mission wherein up to four players must hold back [[NOOSE]] units and escort Petrovic from his jet at Francis International Airport to a safepoint.
 
   
*In the Grand Theft Auto IV DLC [[Ballad of Gay Tony]], [[Ray Bulgarin]] owns a similar plane called a [[Ghawar]].
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==Gallery==
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===GTA San Andreas===
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<gallery spacing="small" position="center" bordercolor="#8e8e8e" captionsize="medium" captionalign="center" widths="211">
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Shamal-GTASA-inflight.jpg|A Shamal in flight in GTA San Andreas.
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Shamal-GTASA-interior-rear.jpg|The interior of the Shamal in GTA San Andreas, towards the back. (<small>[[:Image:Shamal-GTASA-interior-front.jpg|Towards the cockpit]])
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shamal_gta_san _andreas.jpg|Parked Shamal in [[Las Venturas International Airport]].
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shamal_front_view.jpg|Front view of the Shamal.
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</gallery>
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===Grand Theft Auto V===
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<gallery spacing="small" position="center" bordercolor="#8e8e8e" captionsize="medium" captionalign="center">
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Shamal-GTAV.png|A Shamal in the first trailer.
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Shamal_OverLos-Santos.GTAV.jpg|The Shamal flying over the [[Land Act Dam]], in the gameplay trailer. It seems to lack any livery, unlike the one in the actual game.
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Shamal-GTAV.jpg|Another screenshot of the Shamal, also lacking an airline livery.
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Shamal-GTAV-burning.jpg|Burning Air EMU Shamal, as seen in the mission [[Caida Libre]].
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31.jpg|Franklin chasing a burning Shamal in the same mission, this is actually a beta screenshot, in the final version Trevor is [[Caida Libre|the one that chases the Shamal]].
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Shamal GTA V.jpg|A MyFly Shamal flying over the [[Grand Senora Desert]].
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ElitasTravel.com_Shamal_V.png|The Shamal in the [[Elitás Travel]] website.
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
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*In Arabic, Shamal means "North", however it is pronounced "''Shemal''", not "''Shamal''". This may possibly be a play on the word ''shemale'', which is slang for a transsexual woman.
 
*In [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|GTA: San Andreas]], while in the interior of the Shamal during [[Freefall]], the player can shoot out the lights and headrests.
 
*In [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|GTA: San Andreas]], while in the interior of the Shamal during [[Freefall]], the player can shoot out the lights and headrests.
 
*The Shamal can be seen on the [[TV Shows in GTA IV|TV]] show [[I'm Rich]] in [[Grand Theft Auto IV|GTA IV]], possibly suggesting that it was cut from the game.
 
*The Shamal can be seen on the [[TV Shows in GTA IV|TV]] show [[I'm Rich]] in [[Grand Theft Auto IV|GTA IV]], possibly suggesting that it was cut from the game.
*In Arabic, Shamal means "North".
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*The Shamal and the [[Dodo]] are the only airplanes that spawn in the [[3D Universe]] rendition [[Los Santos (3D Universe)|Los Santos]] (Despite many others obviously spawning in other cities on the state of [[San Andreas (3D Universe)|San Andreas]]).
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[[File:Shamal-MaxPayne3-Pictures.jpg|thumb|The pictures found in Max Payne 3.]]
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*Pictures of the Shamal, amongst other planes, can be seen in the [http://maxpayne.wikia.com/wiki/Max_Payne_3 Max Payne 3] multiplayer map Tiete River Docks. Interestingly, said game was released by Rockstar in 2012, a year before[[Grand Theft Auto V| Grand Theft Auto V]].
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*As noted in the gallery, there was a beta variant of the Shamal without any airline livery, although this could be a beta [[Luxor]].
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==See Also==
 
==See Also==
 
*[[Ghawar]], non-controllable equivalent in The Ballad of Gay Tony.
 
*[[Ghawar]], non-controllable equivalent in The Ballad of Gay Tony.
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*[[Luxor]], another private jet in ''Grand Theft Auto V''.
   
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Shamal
Shamal-GTAV-blue
A Shamal in Grand Theft Auto V.
Vehicle type Civilian fixed-wing aircraft
Body style Business Jetliner
Appearance(s) GTA San Andreas
Grand Theft Auto V
Grand Theft Auto Online
Manufacturer Buckingham
Related vehicle(s) Luxor
"The Shamal is a mid-size business jet known for its climb and cruise performance, balanced handling and economical fuel consumption. At current gas prices, you can fly a Shamal coast to coast for just $50,000, without even a second thought for the ozone layer."
ElitasTravel.com description.

The Buckingham Shamal is a multi-role, jet powered business aeroplane in GTA San Andreas and a commuter jet in Grand Theft Auto V.

Similar unflyable business jets also make multiple appearances in other Grand Theft Auto games.

Design and appearancesEdit

GTA San AndreasEdit

Shamal-GTASA-parked
A parked Shamal in GTA San Andreas.
ZSAdded by ZS
The aircraft model is based on multiple Learjet business jets. The body is inspired on the Learjet 36A, while the wings are more similar to Learjet models after the 60. The aircraft nose is considerably longer than most Learjets, also resembling a later model.

The most prominent appearance of the Shamal is during "Freefall", when the plane's interior can be seen. The size of the interior appears larger than usual for an aircraft with a relatively small fuselage, and the interior incongruously features 16 windows (9 on the left and 7 on the right) when the plane features only 8 outside.

The Shamal is also used in the mission "Saint Mark's Bistro", where it is flown by Carl Johnson to Liberty City and back.

Grand Theft Auto VEdit

Shamal-GTAV-front
A parked Shamal in GTA V.
WildBrick142Added by WildBrick142
The Shamal appeared in the first trailer and later in one of the screenshots for Grand Theft Auto V, implying that it would most likely return as a functional plane. This was confirmed by the gameplay trailer, that showed the Shamal being flown over the Land Act Dam.

It is based on modern Learjet models in GTA V, namely the Learjet 45, with some inspiration from a Cessna Citation 560. It also has 16 passenger windows in total (8 on each side). The role of the aircraft is now different though - Instead of being a business jet, like in San Andreas, it is now a commuter jet, being owned by multiple airliners for short regional flights. The role of a private jet is now attributed to the Luxor, a plane very similar to the Shamal (Only with a black paint scheme) also manufactured by Buckingham.

The Shamal is featured in the singleplayer mission Caida Libre, where it is shot down by Michael De Santa and then chased by Trevor as it falls down in the desert. It is also stolen by players for Lester in the online mission Landing Strip.

LiveriesEdit

Similar to the Jet, the Shamal bears the liveries of multiple airlines in Grand Theft Auto V.

PerformanceEdit

GTA San AndreasEdit

The Shamal is available to the player since the beginning of GTA San Andreas, in the Los Santos International Airport, acquirable by trespassing over the security booth if the player still hasn't got the pilots license. It is a considerably fast jet, being on par with the Rustler, and due to it's availability, the Shamal is a good choice for players who are just learning to fly jets, as its handling is balanced and it's easy to land on runways. Also, despite its interior size, it can transport only the player.

GTA VEdit

The Shamal is now a much faster aircraft, beating any propeller-powered plane in the game and being on-par with the Luxor as the third fastest aircraft in the game, only beaten by the Vestra and the P-996 Lazer. Similar to San Andreas, it is also available from the start in Los Santos International Airport and, due to having a great and responsive handling, it remains as a great plane for learning to pilot and similar to the Luxor, players can easily evade police attention if they didn't purchase a hangar yet. In the hands of a moderately skilled pilot, it can easily win any multiplayer races. Thanks to the speed and handling of the aircraft, it also has a great capability for performing stunts, being able to steer and perform aileron rolls extremely fast.

It can be purchased for $1,150,000 in the in-game ElitasTravel.com website.

Similar business jetsEdit

Despite none being named as "Shamal" or even accessible to the player, many similar private jets appear as an uncontrollable and mostly stationary aircraft in the series:

LocationsEdit

GTA San Andreas Edit

Grand Theft Auto V Edit

GalleryEdit

GTA San AndreasEdit

Grand Theft Auto VEdit

TriviaEdit

  • In Arabic, Shamal means "North", however it is pronounced "Shemal", not "Shamal". This may possibly be a play on the word shemale, which is slang for a transsexual woman.
  • In GTA: San Andreas, while in the interior of the Shamal during Freefall, the player can shoot out the lights and headrests.
  • The Shamal can be seen on the TV show I'm Rich in GTA IV, possibly suggesting that it was cut from the game.
  • The Shamal and the Dodo are the only airplanes that spawn in the 3D Universe rendition Los Santos (Despite many others obviously spawning in other cities on the state of San Andreas).
Shamal-MaxPayne3-Pictures
The pictures found in Max Payne 3.
  • Pictures of the Shamal, amongst other planes, can be seen in the Max Payne 3 multiplayer map Tiete River Docks. Interestingly, said game was released by Rockstar in 2012, a year before Grand Theft Auto V.
  • As noted in the gallery, there was a beta variant of the Shamal without any airline livery, although this could be a beta Luxor.

See AlsoEdit

  • Ghawar, non-controllable equivalent in The Ballad of Gay Tony.
  • Luxor, another private jet in Grand Theft Auto V.

NavigationEdit

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