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Cierva TP6-P . The grand country of Legalia was desperate for small, mid to short range cargo aircraft. One company, Cierva took the challenge and presented their entry, the Cierva TpC (Turboprop Cargo). It was an ambitious design and was ridiculed during the early stages of the challenge. But as more and more thought was put into the decision making process, the TpC seemed to be more and more perfect. Soon after the TpC was adopted into military use, Cierva released a commercial version of the plane, The TP6-P (Turboprop 6 - Passenger). . The TP6-P is powered by two Campronni CTP9A-50 Turboprop engines. These engines are able to push the plane easily, and safely, to speeds up to 240 Knots. The TP6-P can comfortably seat five minifigs, with ample room in the back for their luggage. General characteristics: Crew: 2 Capacity: 5 Minifigs Powerplant: 2 x Campronni CTP9A-50 Turboprop Engines Performance: Maximum speed: 240 knots (271 mph (436 km/h)) Range: 700 nm (770 mi (1,240 km)) Service ceiling: 21,000 ft (6,400 m) ______________________________________________ Thanks for Visting! Make sure to comment and life (if you liked it)!

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