|Top speed||~ 301 km/h|
|Service ceiling||~ 4,980 m|
|Fuel capacity||1000 fuel units|
- Civil transportation
|«||Douglas DC3 is a propeller-driven aircraft that revolutionized air transport in 1930s and 1940s. Military versions of this airplane were known as C-47 Dakota. After the World War Two, thousands of surplus C-47 were converted to civilian aircrafts and became a standard issue for virtually all world's airlines. There are many DC3s in active service to this day, especially in the poorer parts of the planet.
The DC-3 is a propeller-driven, low-wing monoplane with twin engines.
An old but rugged and reliable workhorse, the DC-3 serves as the mainstay of Sahrani's domestic flight agencies. Capable of carrying up to fifteen passengers at a time, the DC-3 can also be utilised as an improvised transporter for paratroopers.
Its ungainly airframe and use of outdated propellers naturally render it slower than its jet-powered counterparts.
Furthermore, while the DC-3 is capable of reaching a top speed of approximately 301 km/h in-flight, it can only maintain this speed if it remains at a level altitude. Attempting to make even the slightest of turns will cause a drastic drop in its airspeed; not to mention that its overall agility is quite poor to begin with.
Not including the pilot, the DC-3 supports up to fifteen passengers who sit in the rear cabin.
The DC-3 has a base armour value of 50.
Its hull can withstand up to 50 points of damage.
- The DC-3 is the only unarmed, fixed-wing plane in Armed Assault.
|Vehicles of ArmA: Armed Assault|
|Wheeled||5T Truck • Army 4x4 • Bus • BRDM-2 • Car • Hatchback • HMMWV (Civil) • Offroad (Hilux) • M1030 (TT650, TT650G) • Pick-Up (Datsun) • Sedan • Stryker • Tractor • UAZ • Ural|
|Tracked||BMP-2 • M1A1 • M113 • Shilka • T-72|
|Rotor-wing||AH-6 • AH-1Z • KA-50 • MH-6 • Mi17 • UH-60|
|Fixed-wing||A-10 • AV-8B • Camel • DC-3 • Su-34|
|Aquatic||CRRC • RHIB • PBX Boat|
|(Parenthesis) denote variants.|