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The [[Jobuilt]] '''Mammatus''' is an [[Fixed-Wing Aircraft|airplane]] in [[Grand Theft Auto V]].
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The [[JoBuilt]] '''Mammatus''' is an single-engine light [[Fixed-Wing Aircraft|aeroplane]] in [[Grand Theft Auto V]].
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==Design==
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The Mammatus appears to be based on the [[wp:Cessna 172|Cessna 172]]. It can be considered a spiritual successor of the similar [[Dodo]] in the [[3D Universe]].
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==Performance==
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The Mammatus is powered by a single propeller engine. Acceleration is acceptable, but its top speed is lower than the [[Velum]]. As with the [[Cuban 800]], the Mammatus has a tendency to sink gradually nose-down, which must be corrected constantly by the pilot.  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 19:01, 29 March 2014

Vehicle
Mammatus
A Mammatus in Grand Theft Auto V.
A Mammatus in Grand Theft Auto V.
Appearance(s) GTA V
Vehicle type Aircraft
Capacity 4 (pilot and 3 passengers)
Manufacturer JoBuilt

The JoBuilt Mammatus is an single-engine light aeroplane in Grand Theft Auto V.

Design

The Mammatus appears to be based on the Cessna 172. It can be considered a spiritual successor of the similar Dodo in the 3D Universe.

Performance

The Mammatus is powered by a single propeller engine. Acceleration is acceptable, but its top speed is lower than the Velum. As with the Cuban 800, the Mammatus has a tendency to sink gradually nose-down, which must be corrected constantly by the pilot.