I agree. It's a good idea to move this page to AT-400. Optimist33gta 19:50, 16 May 2009 (UTC)
should we have a size comparison between the at 400 and the andromada? Candymanyyyy 22:28, April 14, 2010 (UTC)
Is it in gta v
hey look at this picture isn't this the same planeZombotech Corporation (talk) 00:09, December 27, 2012 (UTC)
Precisely, we don't know. That could be a military carrier jet, a jumbo jet, a plane based on a 737, etc. And if it is a commercial airliner, I doubt it's named the AT-400 anymore. --Zulu2065 (talk) 00:57, December 27, 2012 (UTC)--
The front actually looks more similar to a 747 (Even although there are two separate windows dividing the middle of the cockpit, while in an actual 747 there is only one that passes through the middle), but for all we know until now, that might as well be a regular commerical jet or maybe even a military plane like the Andromada. It might be easier for us to simply name it "AT-400" for now, though. (Henriquedematos (talk) 22:08, January 22, 2013 (UTC))
Hah, indeed fella, I also thought about the space shuttle when I say it for the first time. But to be very honest, after some more careful analysis, it looks way more like an Andromada than a space shuttle or an AT-400, taking in account it seems to be grey and has the split front cockpit window. (Henriquedematos (talk) 14:02, January 28, 2013 (UTC))
Honestly, is there a real point in putting primary and secondary colors in the infobox? The color is not that important at all, and also, there shouldn't be a "variant" line too, just "related" is okay, IMO this is better, makes the infobox much lighter, the capacity, the vehicle type and the aka has a point, but the colors don't (AndreEagle17 (talk) 15:51, October 8, 2014 (UTC))
- No, first because Antonov is a single word name, second because the AT-400 has absolutely nothing to do with an Antonov. The name most likley means it is the successor of the Airtrain, probably meaning Air Train 400. AndreEagle17 13:53, July 2, 2015 (UTC)
Also, Antonov is "An" (e.g. An-124, An-225), not "AT". Aside from the fact Antonov most likely does not exist in the GTA universe, the AT-400 has nothing to do with any Antonov plane.15:26, July 2, 2015 (UTC)
The AT-400 is not a B737
I know quite a lot about aviation, so I can point out a few little tidbits of the design.
First of all, the cockpit window lacks Airbus's signature "clipped corner", and the angled bottom panel clearly shows that the cockpit (and presumably also the nose) is from any generic Boeing design.
The main wings and elevators are so generic, I can't possibly pinpoint the exact plane they came from.
The rudder, however, has the 737's signature leading edge extention, which shows that the front of the tail came from a 737, but the back of the tail is perfectly vertical, which is very unusual for an airliner, and does not come from any airliner I know of.
This aircraft is easily a mid-size airliner due to its massive size, comparable to the 767, A300, 787, etc. The 737, however, is a small-sized airliner. The AT400 fuselage is clearly too large to be a 737, so it may be based on any mid-size airliner, especially those that I mentioned just earlier.
The fuselage (body) of the plane is unsusually wide for any airliner, making it easily a wide-body. Airbus and Boeing both make wide-body airliners.
However, because of the Boeing nose, the body is most likely also from a Boeing. Boeing has two mid-size airliners (the 777 is a large), the 767 and 787. Of course, the brand-new 787 wasn't even invented when GTA SA came out (2004), so that leaves us with one option left; the B767.
The correct assumption would be to call it "a 767 with some traits from a 737".
P.S, This means it is also the first wide-body airliner in GTA.
P.P.s, The Nevada is also an airliner, it even clearly says "Juank Air" on the side! Don't forget about the DC-3! It, however, is a narrow-body airliner.
Can someone update the AT-400 Wikia article to include this information?
- You've basically pointed out the Tiniest of details, However, what you've pointed out is true, and I agree. I'll change it now :) • • 12:45, November 7, 2015 (UTC)
It does have some huge windows, though... Seriously, take a look at the Airtrain's windows, then look at those of the AT-400.
Speaking of the AirTrain, that thing is pretty much an accurate Boeing 727.