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Audio Features Include:
Powerplant: 4 × Rolls-Royce Tyne R.Ty.12, Mk. 101 turboprop, 5,730 ehp (4,270 kW) each
Complete 4 engine sound configuration, eliminates cross channel phasing
Flyby Ambiance/Distance Doppler (Sound You Hear From Adjacent Airports)
The Short Belfast (or Shorts Belfast) is a heavy lift turboprop freighter that was built by British manufacturer Short Brothers at Belfast. Only 10 aircraft were constructed, all of which entered service with the Royal Air Force (RAF), who operated it under the designation Short Belfast C.1.
Upon its entry into service, the Belfast held the distinction of becoming the largest aircraft that the British military had ever operated up to that time. It was also notable for being the first aircraft to be designed from the onset to be equipped with full 'blind landing' automatic landing system equipment. Following the formation of RAF Strike Command and a re-organisation of transport assets, the RAF decided to retire all of its Belfast transports by the end of 1976.