- A paper Class 802 appears in the last few seconds of the trailer for V1.1, when these trains were added.
- The paper Class 802 is shown on the billboard which says, "City Centre to Stepford Airport in 8 minutes; take a ride on AL AirLink." It is unkown when this photo will be updated.
- In real life, these trains have a max speed of 125 MPH, but in SCR it is only 110 mph to match AirLink's top speed.
- This train has the highest class number of any train. The second being the Class 801, operating on Stepford Express.
- These trains are also called Nova 1. It is also the only one of the three Transpennine Express Nova trains in SCR.
- This is one of two trains in SCR that excluding cab doors have single-leaf doors. The other is the Class 801.
- It was first revealed in a sneak peek on the SCR Discord Server, then again for the Next Generation upgrade.
- This train is one of the four most expensive trains in SCR. The others are the Class 68, the Class 387 and the Class 43.
- The Class 802 shares the exact same horn sound as the Class 185, Class 360/1, Class 755 and Class 801
- This Train is most often used on the AirLink routes: R051, R052, R056, and R057.
- When this train became Next Generation, it received new destination boards at the side, new sounds, a smooth side and face (like the upcoming NG Class 321), and a yellow front and back to match the current AirLink livery.
- This is the first Next Generation trains to have smooth curving on the sides.
- Before this train was upgraded to Next Generation, it did not have a yellow front, it's front was black (People called it a "Penguin train.") The term "Penguin train" now applies to the Class 801 on Stepford Express.
- The Class 802 is exactly the same as the Class 801 running on Stepford Express, with the exception of the livery, class number & maximum operating speed.
- This train is in Product Developer yrrebRBLX's Game Terminal.
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