{{Infobox vehicles | name = AT-400 | front_image = AT400-GTASA-inflight.jpg | image_size = 300 | caption = An AT-400 in flight [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|GTA San Andreas]] | vehicle_type = Civilian [[Fixed-Wing Aircraft|fixed-wing aircraft]] | body_style = Passenger jetliner | game_1 = SA }} The '''AT-400''' is a [[Fixed-Wing Aircraft|jet airliner]] in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]. == Description == Based on either the [[wp:Boeing 737-400#737-400|Boeing 737-400]] or the [[wp:Airbus A320|Airbus A320]] commercial jets, the AT-400's large size and sluggish response makes the plane harder to control, similar to the [[Andromada]]. Nevertheless, the plane can in fact be used to execute stunts, including barrel rolls and loop-the-loops. A primary disadvantage to this plane is once you land and get out you can't get back in because the door is very high from the ground. The only way you can get back in it to find a [[Baggage]] with [[Towing#GTA San Andreas 2|a ladder]] attached to the back, land the plane at Las Venturas Airport and go to the hangar again, or find a [[Yankee]] and jump over it, using its back side as a platform. Unlike most other planes, this plane is also the only one that can be flown over [[Area 69]] with less chance of being shot down by homing missiles, providing you don't hang around. The AT-400 is also only one of two aircraft that can fly to the maximum height in the game, the other being the [[Hydra]]. Like the other planes, it can also be seen flying in the distance, but it is hard to take down the flying AT-400, even with homing rockets or kamikaze style attack. The plane is also used for [[Airports#Commercial flights|paid commercial flights]] between cities in [[State of San Andreas|San Andreas]]. ==Location== As a controllable vehicle, the plane is considerably rare, appearing in only one location, inside the large airport hangar in [[Las Venturas Airport]] in [[Las Venturas]], when the player approaches from the south. Regardless, the plane does not always spawn in the hangar. == Trivia == [[Image:AT400-GTASA-parked.jpg|275px|thumb|right|A parked AT-400 at the [[Easter Bay Airport]], with a [[Utility Van]] parked nearby for comparison in size.]] * The AT-400 is the largest controllable vehicle in the game (the second is [[Tug Boat|Tug]], a boat from GTA IV), the [[Andromada]] being the third largest. Interestingly enough, when comparing their real life counterparts the cargo plane (Andromada) is actually bigger than the passenger jet (AT-400). * The AT-400's initial is similar to that of the [[Airtrain|Air Train]], a similarly sized airliner that repeatedly appears as a static prop earlier in GTA III and GTA Vice City. * Certain [[modifications]], like the "Fly Mod" and the "Anti-Material Rifle", can knock an AT-400 out of the sky but it still takes a lot of practice to bring one down even with modifications. * There is no way the AT-400 can be saved at a [[garage]], since the entrance at the aircraft hangar at [[Verdant Meadows]] is too small for the plane to fit; obviously, normal garages at [[Save Points in GTA San Andreas|safehouses]] are way too small. * Of all aircraft in GTA San Andreas, the AT-400 is the most durable of all. Even when shot from SAM sites it can withstand between 8 to 11 hits before blowing up and falling from the sky. {{Navboxes |title= Navigation |list1= {{vehicles|state=collapsed}} {{gtasa vehicles|state=collapsed}} }} [[Category:Vehicles]] [[Category:Vehicles in GTA San Andreas]] [[Category:Aircraft]] [[Category:Fixed-Wing Aircraft]] [[de:AT-400 (SA)]] [[es:AT-400]] [[fi:AT-400]] [[fr:AT-400]] [[pl:AT-400]]

Northwood Dominican Drug Dealers

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Northwood Dominican Drug Dealers
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Members of the Northwood Dominican Drug Dealers
Games: GTA IV
The Lost and Damned
The Ballad of Gay Tony
Locations: Northwood, Algonquin;
Presidents City, Algonquin;
East Holland, Algonquin;
Cerveza Heights, Dukes;
Fortside, Bohan;
Acter, Alderney;
Liberty City
Alderney
Leaders: Willy Valerio
Teddy Benevidez (deceased)
Type: Dominican Drug Cartel
Affiliations: Spanish Lords
Pegorino Family (formerly)
Tony Prince
Al Di Napoli
Vehicles: Cavalcade
Weapons: Knives
Pistol
Micro Uzi
Businesses: Drugs
Fronts: Garage in Northwood
Members: Willy Valerio
Teddy Benevidez (deceased)
Oscar Gomez
Alonso Gomez
Armando Torres
Henrique Bardas
Luis Lopez (formerly)
Alonzo (can be killed)
The Northwood Dominican Drug Dealers (NDDD short for article) are a drug dealing operation led by Willy Valerio and Teddy Benevidez. Valerio and Benevidez's captains are the Gomez brothers: Alonso and Oscar. The small crew looks more likely to be a Dominican part (or counterpart) of the larger Spanish Lords Hispanic street gang.

The gang is said to be involved in underground streetfighting. Luis Lopez, the Dominican bodyguard of club owner and Ancelotti crime family associate "Gay" Tony Prince, formerly associated with the gang but mentions in The Ballad of Gay Tony that he hasn't worked or spoken with them in years, and the gang may in fact be defunct.

They appear in the mission A Long Way to Fall, where they try to defend Teddy Benevidez. They look similar to members of the Spanish Lords, but with slight differences. Actual members of the gang can be seen walking around Northwood only in the The Ballad of Gay Tony.

Members of NDDD, wear heavy coats varying in colors black, red, or yellow and wear baseball caps and bandanas. Unlike The Lost Brotherhood, if you shoot a member of NDDD they will shoot back with either 9mms or uzis. NDDD also use knives during hand-to-hand combat.

In the mission Corner Kids, Luis, Armando Torres and Henrique Bardas all talk about Willy, Oscar and Alonso and how the LCPD still think they're assosiated with Luis.

In The Ballad of Gay Tony, Armando and Henrique decide to attempt to turn their small time street corner drug dealing business into a new gang of Northwood based drug dealers. Luis helps them achieve this via the "Drug Wars" side missions.

Trivia

  • They seem to be loosely based on Hispanic gang 'Dominicans Don't Play', or 'DDP' for short.