|Vehicle in Just Cause 2|
|Type||Medium-sized private jet|
|List of owners||All are driven by the Panau Military, but they may belong to foreign millionaires and/or Colonels.|
The Cassius 192 is a small airplane in Just Cause 2.
It's a medium-sized private jet with three engines. The middle engine doesn't have any air in-take holes. The plane is available in red, green, or blue color.
The Cassius 192's handling is slightly similar to the Black Market's Pell Silverbolt 6. Strength is not a quality, since touching a tree might cause the plane to explode. This plane is known to spin out of control when landing at an airport at high speeds. The plane seems to lose control on the ground if you keep accelerating at a high speed. It will cause the plane to skid or slip. This is probably due to its low bottom.
You can also land it on water without explosion (prepare to a normal landing, but just on water, not ground). Doing so will sink it, and will throw you out just like in when you ditch a normal vehicle.
The top speed is: 200.35 MPH Click here, to see how it was tested.
- Found on the aft (rear end) of the Mile High Club.
- At a miltary airport called Lembah Delima at X:25920; Y:20229.
- The military airport named Teluk Permata (where you start the Ular faction mission "Stranded") is a known takeoff point.
- The plane is also very common in the sky, around the tropical jungle-like areas. While in another plane you may come across a few flying around.
- One of these planes has to be hijacked in the Roaches faction mission Airport Troubles.
- It may also be found at some houses in the desert.
- Also near some Colonel mansions.
- The Cassius is likely a play on words of the Cessna 192.
- Occasionally, this plane flies into buildings in Panau City and the PBC Tower.
- When you get into the version located at the Mile High Club, the whole vehicle lights up, giving it a glow-in-the-dark appearance.
- It's the only plane in the game that has an actual moving rudder, although it moves to the left when it should move right and vice-versa.
Due to its low bottom, it's possibly the only plane that can do "doughnuts". See also: Drifting.