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|Stirling Jet Exclusive 9|
At one of its default parking spaces at the Mendoza International Airport, next to an AVIA.
|Vehicle in Just Cause|
|List of owners||Civilians|
San Esperito Military
The Stirling Jet Exclusive 9 is a passenger plane in Just Cause (1).
It's engines are arranged in a very unusual way. There's a lot of real aircraft that have an odd number of engines (more than one), but it's very unusual for an engine to be located in the tail wing, as the middle engine in this aircraft.
It's the fastest civilian aircraft in the game. This plane is very durabale and capable of surviving some bad landings, but can easily explode when the wings are nudged by a moving vehicle, which is quite odd. It's perfect for getting around San Esperito at a good speed. Landing is quite safe depending on the runway's length, width and distance from a nearby road.
Sometimes when flying at low altitude, a helicopter can crash into the jet, which is a major danger to less experienced pilots. To avoid this, look very carefully for aircraft flying at your altitude. If you get lucky and don't get killed by aircraft crashing into you, look out for fire coming out of the engines. If not on fire, then fly at a higher altitude to ensure a safe flight. If on fire, bail out immediatley. Don't go to Stunt position as the explosion can still kill Rico. Make sure that you're at safe distance from the explosion, or you could still get hurt.
Versions and LocationsEdit
They all have grey wings. The colors refer to the body.
|San Esperito Military||Pattern of different grays.||
|Un-known / (Civilian)||Combination of light and dark browns.|
|Combination of red and dark gray.||
|Combination of dark gray and black.||
|Combination of light and dark blue||
- The Just Cause 2 counterpart to this vehicle, and the only other vehicle of this type in the Just Cause game series, is the Cassius 192.
- It's made by the same fictional company as the cancelled plane Stirling STL-3 Octavio.
- The San Esperito Military version at Los Hidalgos Air Base is the only one that has markings of any kind. The decals all over the aircraft are asymmetrical. It appears unmarked from the right side, but marked from the left.
San Esperito Military versionEdit