Aircraft


PA-31-310 Navajo

 

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Specification

CRUISE SPEED 165 knots, 300 Km/Hour
Seats 8
Crew/passenger options:
1) pilot + 7 passengers
2) pilot and co pilot + 6 passengers
Propalsion :Prop
Range: 600 – 1.000 Nautical miles

The PA-31 Navajo is a family of cabin-class, twin-engine aircraft designed and built by Piper.Aircraft using Lycoming engines for the general aviation market.

The highly successful Navajo has been adapted to a number of commuter, charter, air taxi, light freight and executive transport roles, and has spawned a series of developments.

The Piper PA-31 Navajo is a family of cabin-class, twin-engine aircraft designed and built by Piper Aircraft for the general aviation market, Targeted at small-scale cargo and feeder liner operations and the corporate market, the aircraft was a success.

 


 

Cessna 172N

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Measured by its longevity and popularity, the Cessna 172 is the most successful aircraft in history. Cessna delivered the first production models in 1956. As of 2012, Cessna, and its partners, had built around 60,000.

The Skyhawk N, or Skyhawk/100 as Cessna termed it, designation indicated that it was powered by a Lycoming O-320-H2AD, 160 horsepower (119 kW) engine designed to run on 100 octane fuel.

The model 172 also introduced rudder trim as an option and standard «pre-selectable» flaps.

CRUISE SPEED: 110 knots, 200 Km/Hour
Seats 4, Passenger 3
> Crew: single Pilot
Range: 400 – Nautical miles
Operational Altitude: 10.000 feet.

 Cessna 172 M, With centurion 2.0l thielert Engine

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Measured by its longevity and popularity, the Cessna 172 is the most successful aircraft in history. Cessna delivered the first production models in 1956. As of 2012, Cessna, and its partners, had built around 60,000.

The 172M gained a drooped wing leading edge for improved low speed handling. This was marketed as the «camber-lift» wing.

The 172M was also the first to introduce the ‘II’ package which offered higher standard equipment, including a second nav/comm radio, an ADF and transponder. The baggage compartment was increased in size and nose-mounted dual landing lights.
Centurion 2.0
Introduced in late 2006. The main difference is a new Mercedes-Benz OM640 engine cylinder block from the Mercedes-Benz A 200 CDI (W169) with a displacement of 1991 cm3 (Ø83 x 92 mm). Other improvements include a more compact FADEC, a lighter cast gearbox housing, interfaces for glass cockpits and a new service tool that allows the FADEC to be programmed in the field. The Centurion 2.0 is rated for a power output of 135 hp (101 kW), but is EASA and FAA certified for 155 hp (116 kW). It has accumulated more than 1,000,000 flight hours without mechanical failures.

CRUISE SPEED: 110 knots, 200 Km/Hour
Seats 4, Passenger 3
Crew: Single Pilot
Range: 600 Nautical miles
Operational Altitude: 13.000 feet.