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Corporate Jets :

Challenger604
Overview
The Challenger 604 is a highly successful full size corporate jet, with the highest levels of comfort, reliability, business jet features, and the widest cabin in its class.

Capacity
Flightcrew of two. Various seating options available depending on customer preference, maximum permissible seating for 19.

Performance
Max cruising speed 882km/h (476kt), normal cruising speed 851km/h (459kt), long range cruising speed 787km/h (425kt).

Certificated Sailing 41,000ft.

Range
with max fuel, five pax and reserves 7550km (4077nm) at long range cruising speed, 6980km (3769nm) at normal cruising speed.

Specifications

Dimensions

Length: 20,22m
Height: 7.06m
Wingspan: 19.33m

Cabin

Length: 7.98m
Width: 2.34m
Height: 1.88m
Volume: 29m³

Weights

Basic Operating Weight: 10,519kg

Engines

2 x Pratt & Whitney PW/3087/C turbofan
Thrust: 31.3kN each

Performance

Maximum Speed: 955km/h
Range (Six Passengers, Mach 0.8, NBAA IFR Reserves): 7,000km
Service Ceiling: 41,000ft

GulfstreamIV
Overview
The Gulfstream IV is a significantly improved, larger, longer ranging and advanced development of the earlier versions. The most significant improvement with the G-IV over the earlier Gulfstream models are the Rolls-Royce Tay turbofans, which bring significant fuel burn and noise emission improvements. Notable features include a stretched fuselage, greater fuel capacity and range, and an advanced EFIS avionics suite with six colour CRT displays.

The Gulfstream IV has set a number of records, including flying west around the world over 36,800km (19,890nm) in a time of 45hr 25min, setting 22 class world records, and another flight east around the world, which setting 11 class world records.

Specifications

Dimensions

Wing span 23.72m (77ft 10in)
length 26.92m (88ft 4in)
height 7.45m (24ft 5in)
Wing area 88.3m2 (950.39sq ft).

Powerplants

Two 61.6kN (13,850lb) Rolls-Royce Tay Mk.6118 turbofans.

Weights

G-IV - Empty 16,102kg (35,500lb),
max takeoff 33,203kg (73,200lb).

Capacity

Flightcrew of two. Main cabin seating for between 14 and 19, plus flight attendant.

Performance

G-IV - Normal cruising speed 850km/h (460kt).
Initial rate of climb 4000ft/min.
Range with max payload and reserves 6732km (3633nm),
Range with eight passengers and reserves 7815km (4220nm).

Gulfstream200
Overview
The Gulfstream G200 mid size corporate jet is built by Israel Aircraft Industries and was originally marketed and supported by subsidiary Galaxy Aerospace Inc, which was acquired by Gulfstream in May 2001.

The PW-306A engines boast increased fan diameter, improved hot end material and a forced mixer in the exhaust.

The G200 can be configured for eight to 18 passengers. The aircraft has a ten-passenger configuration that includes a conference / dining table for four, with a three-seat divan opposite. The G200 has a cabin height of 6ft 3in (1.91m) and a width of 7ft 2in (2.18m), allowing cabin configurations typically found in large business aircraft.

In February 2005, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) issued approved installation of the satellite-based High-Speed Data System (HSDS) in G200 jets, allowing passengers fast access to internet-based communications.

Specifications

Dimensions

Wing span 17.71m (58ft 1in)
Length 18.97m (62ft 3in)
Height 6.53m (21ft 5in)
Wing area 34.3m2 (369.0sq ft).

Powerplants

Two 26.9kN (6040lb) Pratt & Whitney Canada PW-306A turbofans.

Weights

Basic operating 8709kg (19,200lb)
Max takeoff 15,808kg (34,850lb).

Capacity

Flightcrew: 2
Seating: 8 or more in executive style arrangements, or up to 18 in a three abreast corporate shuttle configuration.

Performance

Typical cruising speed 871km/h (470kt).
Max operating altitude 45,000ft.
Max range with four passengers and reserves 6708km (3620nm)
Max range with eight passengers and reserves 6226km (3360nm).
Range with 18 passengers in corporate shuttle configuration with reserves 5022km (2710nm)

CitationXLS
Overview
The direct result of what customers wanted in a light corporate jet, plus advances in engine and airframe technology. The cabin is among the largest of light business jets. It features standup headroom and a dropped aisle that runs the length of the main cabin.

The XLS includes a fully integrated Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21 avionics suite, electronically controlled (FADEC) PW545C engines from Pratt & Whitney Canada and substantial exterior and interior remodelling; the XLS plus is capable of 815km/h and has a range of over 3,441km and says Cessna, climb directly to its service ceiling, 13,716m, in 29 minutes.

In typical configuration the XLS can carry ten passengers and two pilots. The cabin is 5.64m long (19ft), with centre-club seating.

The XLS can also operate from comparatively short runways with a take-off at standard sea level conditions from a minimum 1,085m-long runway and land with its typical landing weight on a minimum 823m-long runway.

Two 16.9kN (3804lb) P&W Canada PW-545A turbofans. Flightcrew of two. Choice of four interior configurations with seating for up to 10 passengers in main cabin.

Specifications

Dimensions

Length: 16m
Height: 5.23m
Wingspan: 17.17m

Cabin

Length: 5.64m
Width: 1.674m
Height: 1.727m
Baggage Capacity: 2.5m&³

Weights

Full-Fuel Payload: 390kg
Useful Load: 3,477kg

Capacity

2 x Pratt & Whitney PW545C
Thrust: 18.32kN each

Performance

Maximum Cruise Speed: 817km/h
Range: 3,441km
Service Ceiling: 13,716m

Cessna Citation II

Type
Light corporate jets.

Performance
Citation - Max speed 647km/h (350kt), max cruising speed 644km/h (348kt). Initial rate of climb 3350ft/min. Service ceiling 38,400ft. Range with eight people on board and reserves at high speed cruise 2250km (1215nm). Citation I - Cruising speed 662km/h (357kt). Initial rate of climb 2720ft/min. Range with max fuel, 710kg (1560lb) payload and reserves 2460km (1328nm).

General Information
The highly popular Cessna 500 Citation and 500 Citation I pioneered the entry level light business jet market, and their success formed the basis for the world's largest family of corporate jets.

Cessna became the first of the big three American manufacturers (Piper, Beech and Cessna) to develop a jet powered transport. In October 1968 Cessna announced its plans to build a new eight place jet powered business aircraft that would be capable of operating into airfields already served by light and medium twins. Dubbed the Fanjet 500, the prototype flew for the first time on September 15 1969. Soon after the new little jet was named the Citation.

A relatively long development program followed, during which time a number of key changes were made to the design including a longer forward fuselage, repositioned engine nacelles, greater tail area and added dihedral to the horizontal tail. In this definitive form the Citation was granted FAA certification on September 9 1971.

Improvements including higher gross weights and thrust reversers were added to the line in early 1976, followed shortly after by the introduction of the enhanced Citation I later that same year. Features of the Citation I were higher weights, JT15D-1A engines and an increased span wing. A further model to appear was the 501 Citation I/SP, which is certificated for single pilot operation. The I/SP was delivered in early 1977.

Capacity
Two pilots for Citation and Citation I, single pilot for Citation I/SP. Optional main cabin layouts for five, six or seven passengers.

Dassault Falcon 2000 EX
Overview
The Falcon 2000EX is the latest member of the Falcon business jet line. The two Pratt & Whitney Canada engines were developed specifically for the Falcon 2000, and allow for flights up to 3,800 nautical miles at Mach . 80 and fly shorter trips even faster. The cockpit features a Collins four screen EFIS avionics system with optional Flight Dynamics head-up displays (allowing hand flown approaches in Cat II and Cat IIIa conditions).

The 2000EX is designed as much for high cycle usage as high performance. It can climb 41,000 feet in just 21 minutes so you can enjoy the most direct routes above the weather for your long hauls and short hops.

The floor plan offers flexibility of smart configurations, and features leather and wood ... to give you a uniquely personal experience.

The cabin boasts 6'2" of headroom, a width of 7' 8" and 26' 2" of passenger seating space.

The 2000EX is capable of everything: from a simple phone call to a multimedia presentation, and has a full service galley. For even more convenience, there is also an accessible baggage compartment and a dressing room located out of earshot, but within reach.

Specifications

Dimensions

Wing span 19.33m (63ft 5in)
length 20.23m (66ft 5in)
height 7.06m (23ft 2in)
Wing area 49.0m2 (527.6sq ft).

Weights

Max. Zero Fuel Weight 29,700 lb, Max. Takeoff Weight 42,200 lb, Basic Operating Weight 23,190 lb.

Powerplant

Two Pratt & Whitney Canada PW308C delivers 7000 pounds of thrust each on takeoff (up to 30°C at sea level)

Capacity

Flightcrew of two. Main cabin seating typically for eight passengers, or up to 12 in a high density layout.

Performance

Max cruising speed Mach .80, NBAA IFR reserves. Range at economical cruising speed at 3,800 nm. Climb 41,000 feet in just 21 minutes.

Hawker 850XP
Overview
The Hawker 850XP combines its class-leading performance with a more productive cabin that provides stand-up headroom from front to back. This is a midsize jet with a large-jet feel. Spacious and comfortable for a meeting en route or relaxing before your next meeting, the Hawker 850XP features fully-berthable seats, LCD cabin lighting, and the Collins Airshow 21 cabin management system with touch-screen controls at each seat location, generous in-cabin luggage storage, a roomy lavatory and much more.

Like all Hawkers, the 850XP offers a variety of comfort and amenity options that allow you to customize your aircraft to your taste and requirements. The Hawker 850XP is the airborne office of choice for those who appreciate a business aircraft that was designed for productivity and value.

Specifications

External Dimensions

Length: 15.60 m
Height: 5.51 m)
Span: 16.56 m.

Payload/ Capacities

Max Payload: 962 kg
Useful Load: 5,348 kg
Payload w/max fuel: 812 kg

Cabin Dimensions

Length: 6.50 m
Height: 1.75 m
Width : 1.83 m

Cabin Volume

Total Volume: 19.94 cu m

Baggage Capacity (Standard Layout)

Internal Forward Compartment: 0.93 cu m (113 kg).

Engines

Type: Honeywell TFE731-5BR
Output: 4,660/ISA+10°C

Characteristics

Seating (Crew + Pax): 2 + 8 / 15

Raytheon Premier
Overview
Representing the ultimate balance of speed, performance, reliability and flexibility, the Beechcraft Premier IA vividly demonstrates that business and pleasure in air travel need not be mutually exclusive.

Whenever and wherever you need to travel for that next business opportunity, the Premier IA is ready to take you in elegant style and unmatched comfort. In fact, from the exceptionally quiet and spacious cabin-the largest among all comparable light jets-it is easy to forget you are cruising at over 500 miles per hour.

Select the Beechcraft Premier IA and fly the same way you conduct business: smarter, faster and more efficiently than your competition.

The Premier's advanced design allows for a roomy, quiet and comfortable cabin and features that aren't available in a business jet of it's class, such as down-wash lighting, contoured seats that swivel and recline, a private aft lavatory, and the availability of a variety of audio and video entertainment systems... It's your "executive office at 41,000 feet."

Specifications

Dimensions

Length: 14.02 m
Height: 4.67 m
Span: 13.56 m

Characteristics

Seating (Crew + Pax): 1 + 6 / 7

Weights

Basic Operating Weight: 3,878 kg

Engines

Type: 2 Williams Int. FJ44-2A
Output: 2,300/ISA+13°C

Cabin Dimensions

Length: 4.11 m
Height: 1.65 m
Width: 1.68 m
Passenger Cabin (inc. lav & baggage): 8.92 cu m
Total Volume: 11.33 cu m

Baggage Capacity

External Nose: 0.28 cum/68 kg
Internal Forward: 0.09 cu m/27 kg

 

Tubroprops :

Beech Super King C-90B
Overview
Type
Twin turboprop utility and corporate transport.

General Information
The beech model 90 King Air was the first model in the largest and the most successful family of corporate turboprop twins built till date.

The King Air began life as a turboprop development of the Queen Air designed to meet a United states Army requirement for utility and staff transport. A prototype PT6 powered Queen Air model 65-80 (later 65-90t) began test flying in the year 1963 and the type was subsequently ordered by the U.S. Army in suppressers form as the U-21A.

The Civilian type, the model 90 King Air was introduced with pressurization and flew for the fist time on the January 20 1964. Deliveries of the civilian aircraft began late in 1964.

Development of the model resulted in several civil variants, including the A90 and B90 with PT6A-20 engines, the C90 with PT6A-21s, the E90 with more powerful PT6A-34Bs, and the F90 which introduced the T-tail of the Beech 200, four blade props and other models. The less expensive C90SE Special Edition was released during 1994, but is no longer in production. The current C90B has been in production since 1991.

In February 1981, Beech became a subsidiary company of Raytheon. In September 1994, Raytheon merged Beech and the Corporate Jets ( Hawkers) in to Raytheon Aircraft.

The King Air 100 series was announced in May 1969. Compared with the 90 series it was 4ft. 2in. Longer, allowing greater seating capacity and featured a reduced wing span and a larger rudder. The A100 is a military version, while the B100 is powered by 535kW Garrett TFE331s. Production of the 100 discontinued in the year 1984.

Capacity
Typical corporate configuration of Six passenger seats with four seats facing each other and flight crew of Two.

Beech King Air B200
Overview
The King Air 200 is a continuation of the King Air line, with new features including the distinctive T-tail, more powerful engines, greater wing area and span, increased cabin pressurisation, greater fuel capacity and higher operating weights compared to its predecessors.

The King Air 200 went on to be the most successful aircraft in its class and is today the only one in production. The improved B200 features more efficient PT6A42 engines, increased zero fuel max weight and increased cabin pressurisation.

King Air B200s are popular as maritime patrol and resource exploration, and of course VIP transport. In 1996 Raytheon dropped the `Super' prefix for all 200, 300 and 350 model King Airs.

Specifications

Dimensions

Wing span 16.61m (54ft 6in)
length 13.34m (43ft 9in)
height 4.57m (15ft 0in)
Wing area 28.2m2 (303.0sq ft).

Weights

Empty 3675kg (8102lb), max takeoff 5670kg (12,500lb).

Powerplant

Two 635kW (850shp) P&WC PT6A42s.

Capacity

Flight crew of one or two. Typical corporate seating layout for six in main cabin.

Performance

B200 - Max speed 536km/h (289kt), economical cruising speed 523km/h (282kt). Initial rate of climb 2450ft/min. Range with max fuel and reserves 3658km (1974nm) at 31,000ft and economical cruising speed.

Pilatus PC-12
Overview
The PC-12 is a King Air class and size turboprop aimed at corporate transport and regional airliner operations.

Compared to the King Air 200 twin, the PC-12's cabin is slightly longer and wider, with the same height. The cockpit features EFIS displays and the PC-12 is certificated for single pilot operation. Flightcrew of one or two pilots (certificated for single pilot). Seating for nine in main cabin in regional airliner configuration. Corporate/executive transport configurations typically seat six in main cabin.

This is our most popular aircraft and is especially suited for Air Ambulance and Medical services.

Specifications

Dimensions

Wing span 16.23m (52ft 3in)
length 14.40m (47ft 3in)
height 4.27m (14ft 0in)
Wing area 25.8m2 (277.8sq ft).

Weights

PC12 - Standard empty 2600kg (5732lb)
max takeoff 4500kg (9920lb).

Capacity

Flight crew of one or two pilots (certificated for single pilot). Seating for nine in main cabin in regional airliner configuration. Corporate/executive transport configurations typically seat six in main cabin. Combi passenger/freight version seats four passengers in main cabin plus freight pallet.

Power plants

One 895kW (1200shp) takeoff rated Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A67B turboprop driving a four blade constant speed Hartzell propeller.

Performance

Max cruising speed at 25,000ft 500km/h (270kt), economical cruising speed 430km/h (232kt). Initial rate of climb 1680ft/min. Max operating altitude 30,000ft. Max range at economical cruising speed with VFR reserves 4187km (2260nm). Range at max cruising speed with IFR reserves 2965km (1600nm).

 

Helicopters :

Bell407
Overview
A derivative of the Bell Model 206-L4 "LongRanger", the Bell 407 features the four blade main rotor developed for the OH58. Made of composite construction, the blades and hub have no life limits. Benefits of the four blade main rotor include improved performance and better ride comfort.

Popular for Tasks of police helicopters, Offshore transportation, Duties in EMS services as aeromedical helicopter, Sightseeing flights for tourists etc., Movie filming & TV news reporting.

Specifications

Power plant

One 605kW (814shp) takeoff rated, 520kW (700shp) max continuous rated Allison 250C47 turboshaft driving a four blade main rotor and two blade tail rotor.

Performance

Max cruising speed at sea level 237km/h (128kt), max cruising speed at 4000ft 243km/h (131kt), economical cruising speed at 4000ft 213km/h (115kt). Service ceiling 18,690ft. Hovering ceiling in ground effect 12,200ft, out of ground effect 10,400ft. Max range 577km (312nm). Endurance 3hr 42min.

Weights

Empty equipped 1178kg (2598lb), max takeoff with internal load 2268kg (5000lb), max takeoff with sling load 2495kg (5500lb).

Dimensions

Main rotor disc diameter 10.67m (35ft 0in), length overall rotors turning 12.70m (41ft 8in), fuselage length 9.77m (32ft 1in), height overall 3.56m (11ft 8in). Main rotor disc area 89.4m2 (962.1sq ft).

Capacity

Typical seating configuration for seven comprising pilot and passengers, with five passengers in main cabin. Max hook capacity 1200kg (2645lb).

Bell 206
Overview
Type
Light Utility Helicopter

General Information
The Jet Ranger series has become the definite turbine powered utility and corporate helicopter of the past few decades. The Jet Ranger can trace its lineage back to an unsuccessful contender for the U.S Army competition for a light observation helicopter, which was won by the Hughes 500.

The first model of 206 did its maiden flight December 8. 1962 while the following 206A, powered by a 235kW(317shp) Allison C 18A, followed flying on January 10. 1966. Deliveries of the first production Jet Rangers began late in the same year. The first major variant of the Jet Ranger is the 250C20B Jet Ranger III, with first deliveries commencing in late 1977. Jet Ranger production was transferred from Texas to Mirabel in Canada in 1986, where the current production model remains the 206B3 Jet Ranger III.

The U.S Army as an observation helicopter as the OH58 Kiowa also accepted the Jet Ranger, and the variants of the Kiowa remain in production in the U.S.A.

Capacity
Total accommodation of five, including one pilot and one passenger in the front, and three behind them on the rear bench seat Maximum payload (Model 206B) 635kg (1400lb)

EurocopterEC-130
Overview
Europe's most successful civil helicopters--brought to you by Air Charter Services--the Ecureuil (or Squirrel) family is in extensive civil and military use worldwide undertaking a variety of wide ranging missions.

The EC 130 B4 is the new 7-8 seat single engine helicopter in the Eurocopter product range offering particular qualities of silence, comfort and spaciousness. The very roomy and modular cabin (width 2.03m compared to 1.87m for the Ecureuil), has a low internal noise level, and all seats comply with FAA regulations in terms of energy absorbtion.

This aircraft is specially known for its passenger transport activity such as business and tourist flights.Its roomy and comfortable cabin can accommodate up to 7 passengers.

Specifications

Passenger mode

1 pilot + 6 passengers in standard version 1
1 pilot + 7 passengers in "medium density" version

Casualty /
Evacuation mode

1 pilot + 1 or 2 stretcher patients + 2 medical attendants
2 pilots + 1 stretcher patient + 2 medical attendants

Equipment

¤ Complete 7 seats interior + trims + carpets included in standard
¤ Ready to operate radio package included in standard :
2 VHF, 2 VOR / LOC / GLIDE, 1 GPS, 1 ELT, 1 XPD mode A + C,
1 ICS capable of 8 outlets, 1 ADI, 1 HSI

EurocopterEC-145
Overview
The EC145 combines Eurocopter's latest technical developments. In addition to environmental and economical aspects, the technology allows for low maintenance costs, in addition to high in-service time of the helicopter due to the low level of scheduled maintenance required.

The EC145 is equipped with two powerful and reliable Turbomeca Arriel 1E2 engines which, in combination with its lifting system, provide outstanding performance and vital power reserves even in one-engine-inoperative scenarios. Further positive safety aspects of the EC145 are design elements like energy absorbing fuselage and seats, as well as crash-resistant fuel cells. The EC145 allows Cat. A operation up to the level of performance class 1.

Specifications

Passenger mode

Standard seating 1+9 or 2+8
High density seating 1+11 or 2+10

Casualty /
Evacuation mode

1 pilot + 1 stretcher patient + 4 medical attendants
1 pilot + 2 stretcher patients + 2 medical attendants
2 pilots + 2 stretcher patients + 2 medical attendants

Equipment

¤ Complete 7 seats interior + trims + carpets included in standard
¤ Ready to operate radio package included in standard :
2 VHF, 2 VOR / LOC / GLIDE, 1 GPS, 1 ELT, 1 XPD mode A + C,
1 ICS capable of 8 outlets, 1 ADI, 1 HSI

Performance

Maximum speed (VNE) 268 km/h / 145 kts
Cruise speed 246 km/h / 133 kts
Rate of climb 8.1 m/s / 1,600 ft/min
Maximum operating altitude 5,485 m / 18,000 ft PA
Minimum temperature - 45°C / -49°F
Maximum temperature ISA + 35°C / 95°F, limited to + 50°C / 122°F

EurocopterEC-155
Overview
Twin engine mid sized utility helicopter, the EC155 is one of Eurocopter's most successful designs and has found widespread use in corporate, police, media, EMS and search and rescue roles worldwide.

The EC-155 features twin Arriel 2Cs equipped with FADEC, a five blade Spheriflex main rotor and a 40% larger main cabin, achieved with bulged doors. It is suited fro corporate VIP charters, as well as search and rescue, and similar duties.

Specifications

Powerplant

Two 635kW (851shp) takeoff rated Arriel 2Cs driving a five blade main rotor and Fenestron shrouded tail rotor.

Performance

Max cruising speed at sea level 263km/h (142kt), economical cruising speed at sea level 252km/h (136kt).

Weights

Empty 2353kg (5187lb), max takeoff 4800kg (10,582lb) or with a sling load 5000kg (11,023lb).

Dimensions

Main rotor diameter 12.60m (41ft 4in), length overall rotor turning 14.43m (47ft 4in), fuselage length 12.70m (41ft 8in), height 4.35m (14ft 3in). Main rotor disc area 124.7m2 (1342.1sq ft).

Capacity

Standard seating for 14 including one or two pilots.

 

Bell222
Overview
Type
Twin engine light utility helicopter.

General Information
Bell announced development of the all new 222 twin in the year 1974, following the encouraging response generated by a conjure up proposal displayed at that year's Helicopter Association of America convention.

Having taken note of potential clientele preferences and suggestions. Bell customized its design accordingly, and the successive development effort led to the Model 222's first flight in August 1976. A number of advance features were designed in to the 222, including the Noda Matic vibration reduction system developed for the 214ST, stub wings housing the retractable undercarriage, provision for IFR avionics, and dual hydraulic and electrical systems.

The 222 was awarded FAA certification in December 1979. Production deliveries commenced in early 1980. Subsequent development led to the more powerful 222B with a larger diameter main rotor, introduced in 1982 and the essentially similar 2222UT Utility Twin, which feature skid landing gear in place of wheels.

Capacity
Standard sealing for eight, including pilot, in four rows. Alternatively four in main cabin in club configuration.

EcureuilAS-350
Overview
Type
Light utility Helicopter

General Information
Europe's most unbeaten civil helicopter, the Ecureuil (= Squirrel) is in far-reaching civil and military use worldwide undertaking a mixture of wide ranging missions.

Aerospatiale's development of the AS-350 Ecureuil in the early 1970's culminated in the first flights of the Avco Lycoming LTS-101 powered prototype on June 27, 1974 and the Turbomeca Ariel powered prototype on February 14, 1975. These choppers were followed by eight pre production examples, the first of which flew in late 1977.

Deliveries of the chopper began in April 1978. Initial models offered were the Ariel powered AS-350B, which was marketed outside North America, and the LTS-101 powered AS-350C sold in the U.S.A. The AS-350 was soon replaced by the AS-350D, with a more dominant engine.

In 1992, Aerospatiale's helicopter division was integrated into Euro copter. The Ecureuil is also built under license in Brazil as the HB-350 Esquilo and a look a like is built in China as the changhe Z-11.

Capacity
Standard seating for six including two forward seats and a four at the rear bench seats.

Robinson R 44
Overview

About the aircraft

The Robinson R44 piston driven helicopter is the most affordable passenger helicopter around. The R44 will carry 3 passengers with excellent visibility through the bubble canopy.

Number of passengers

3

Crew

1

Maximum Altitude

10,000 ft

Cruising Speed

110 kts (203km/hr)

Performance

Fair

Luggage Storage

Limited

Climate Control

No

Restrictions

Day and fair weather/visual operations only

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