"The Wings of Europe"

Shorts 360-300F - EuroCargo

Class 3

Shorts 360-300F
Climb Chart
Climb Chart
Descent Chart
Descent Chart
31 Operational
Pratt & Whitney engines
400 nm range
0 pax, 3 t cargo capacity

The Shorts 360 is a stretched, larger capacity and improved 36 seat derivative of the 30 seat Short 330. Shorts announced it was developing the new airliner in mid 1980, and a prototype 360 flew for the first time almost a year later on June 1 1981.

The Shorts 360 can operate comfortably from very short runways - opening up hundreds of European airfields inaccessible by scheduled flights. It is also one of the quietest turboprop aircraft operating today. Therefore it's an ideal transport aircraft for short-haul flights and we meet our customers' demands for cargo transport to and from remote and inaccessible airports.

General Information
Length21.58 m
Wingspan22.8 m
Height7.27 m
Cruise Speed215 kts
Service Ceiling26,000 ft
Gross Weight3.5 t
Capacity0 pax | 3 t
Crew2 pilots
Price8M EUR
Operating Information
OEW17,350 lbs
MTOW27,100 lbs
Fuel Capacity570 gal
Fuel Weight3,840 lbs
Long Range AltitudeFL200
Long Range Speed200 kts
Max Speed230 kts
Range (MLoad...MFuel) 400... 800
Engine Thrust2x1424 shp
Takeoff RWY Length (Min)3,000 ft
Takeoff RWY Length (Max)4,000 ft
Landing RWY Length4,000 ft
V Rotate / Flaps120kts / 15 deg
V Approach / Flaps100kts / 30 deg
Max climb rate2800 ft/min
Max descent rate-2800 ft/min
You will be able to fly this aircraft in 2 promotions

Liveries and Downloads

MSFS 2002

Shorts 360-300FMSFS 2002

MSFS 2004

Shorts 360-300FMSFS 2004
Shorts 360-300FPremier Aircraft Designs model with VCMSFS 2004 (PAD)


Shorts 360-300FPremier Aircraft Designs model with VCMSFS X (PAD)