Defining properties of planes.
|08||B||0.6 2.0||Sprite (FF for new graphics)|
|09||B||0.6 2.0||Is helicopter? 2=no, 0=yes|
|0A||B||0.6 2.0||Is large? 0=no, 1=yes (i.e. can't safely land on small airports)|
|0B||B||0.6 2.0||Cost factor|
|0C||B||0.6 2.0||Speed in units of 8 mph, that is: property = (speed in mph) / 8|
|0D||B||0.6 2.0||Acceleration in units of 3/8 mph/tick, that is: property = (acceleration in mph/tick) * 8/3 |
|0E||B||0.6 2.0||Running cost factor|
|0F||W||0.6 2.0||Primary cargo capacity (passenger or refitted cargo)|
|11||B||0.6 2.0||Secondary cargo capacity (mail)|
|12||B||0.6 2.0||Sound effect|
|13||D||0.6 2.5 GRFv≥6||Bit mask of cargo types available for refitting, see column 2 (Bit Value) in CargoTypes|
|14||B||0.6 2.5 GRFv≥6||Callback flags bit mask, see below|
|15||B||0.6 2.5||Refit cost, using 1/32 of the default refit cost base|
|16||B||0.6 2.5||Retire vehicle early, this many years before the end of phase 2 (see Action0General)|
|17||B||0.6 2.5||Miscellaneous vehicle flags|
|18||W||0.6 2.5||Refittable cargo classes, see train prop. 28|
|19||W||0.6 2.5||Non-refittable cargo classes, see train prop. 29|
|1A||D||0.6 2.5||Long format introduction date|
|1B||B*||0.7||Sort the purchase list|
|1C||W||1.2||Custom cargo ageing period|
|1D||B n*B||1.2||List of always refittable cargo types, see train property 2C|
|1E||B n*B||1.2||List of never refittable cargo types, see train property 2D|
|1F||W||1.2||Aircraft range in tiles. Distance is euclidean, a value of 0 means range is unlimited|
Primary (0F) and secondary (11) cargo capacity
Aircraft can transport up to two cargo types. The first (primary) cargo type can be changed when refitting the aircraft.
The secondary cargo type is always mail, and is only present when the primary cargo type is part of the passenger cargo class.
See also the page about vehicle refitting.
Sound effect (12)
The following sound effects are used by planes (note, the setting is ignored for helicopters):
|06||Propeller sound 1|
|07||Jet sound 1|
|3D||Jet sound 2|
|45||Propeller sound 2|
|46||Jet sound 3|
For planes, the following callbacks have to be enabled by setting the corresponding bit in property 14 (certain other, not as frequently used callbacks are available without setting a bit here)::
|Bit||Value||Variable 0C value||Callback|
|3||8||15||Set refitted capacity|
|5||20||19||show a suffix after the cargo type name|
|6||40||2D||Select color mapping for vehicle|
|7||80||33||Sound effect callbacks|
Bit is the bit you have to set, you do this by adding all the values for all the bits. Variable 0C value is what variable 0C will be set to, for checking it in the VarAction2 for callbacks.
Refit cost (15)
Refit cost, using 1/32 of the default refit cost base. This property can be overridden by callback 15E.
Miscellaneous flags (17)
This is a bit mask, with the following bits:
|0||1||reserved, do not use|
|1||2||Uses two company colors|
|2||4||reserved, do not use|
|3||8||reserved, do not use|
|4||10||1.2 Auto-refitting is enabled for refits where callback 15E allows it or prop 15 specifies zero cost.|
|5||20||1.2 Use cargo multiplier for default cargo. See page about vehicle refitting.|
|6||40||1.3 Disable breakdown smoke effect.|
|7||80||1.7 Compose vehicle from multiple sprites.
Note: This also applies to the rotor sprite, if custom rotor sprites are used.
Long format introduction date (1A)
Set the vehicle introduction date, in days since the year 0. This takes account of leap years; dividable by 4, but not 100 unless 400. A start date of 1920-01-01 is obtained with a value of 701265 (51 B3 0A 00). This property must be set after property 00 to take effect.
Sort vehicle list (1B)
See sort vehicle list for trains for details.
Custom cargo ageing period (1C)
See custom cargo ageing period for trains for details.
To be written