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The official website of TBOGT describes the Swift as "the preferred method of transport for Liberty City high-fliers", a "turbo-shaft powered" aircraft that "shuttles its precious cargo in speed and comfort"
 
The official website of TBOGT describes the Swift as "the preferred method of transport for Liberty City high-fliers", a "turbo-shaft powered" aircraft that "shuttles its precious cargo in speed and comfort"
  
The design of the helicopter is seemingly a cross between the [[wp:Bell 222|Bell 222/230]]/[[wp:Bell 430|Bell 430]], which borrows the bulging sides, turbo intakes and the winglets from the fictional attack helicopter [[wp:Airwolf (helicopter)|Airwolf]] (which also a modified Bell 222 for [[wp:Airwolf|the 1984-1987 tv show of the same name]] sans the supersonic, spy and weapons features), and an [[wp:AgustaWestland AW109|AgustaWestland AW109]].
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The design of the helicopter is seemingly a cross between the [[wp:Bell 222|Bell 222/230]]/[[wp:Bell 430|Bell 430]], which borrows the bulging sides, turbo intakes and the winglets from the fictional attack helicopter [[wp:Airwolf (helicopter)|Airwolf]] (which also a modified Bell 222 for [[wp:Airwolf|the 1984-1987 tv show of the same name]] sans the supersonic, spy and weapons features), and an [[wp:AgustaWestland AW109|AgustaWestland AW109]]. The majority of the design is borrowed from the latter.
 
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Revision as of 16:50, 2 October 2009

File:Swift.jpg
The Swift in the background of a pre-release screenshot of TBOGT.

The Swift is a shuttle helicopter to be featured in Grand Theft Auto IV's The Ballad of Gay Tony DLC.

Description

The official website of TBOGT describes the Swift as "the preferred method of transport for Liberty City high-fliers", a "turbo-shaft powered" aircraft that "shuttles its precious cargo in speed and comfort"

The design of the helicopter is seemingly a cross between the Bell 222/230/Bell 430, which borrows the bulging sides, turbo intakes and the winglets from the fictional attack helicopter Airwolf (which also a modified Bell 222 for the 1984-1987 tv show of the same name sans the supersonic, spy and weapons features), and an AgustaWestland AW109. The majority of the design is borrowed from the latter.