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  • Antonov An-140
    a range of 2 100 2 650 km An 140T transport featuring a lifting capacity of 6 tonnes An 140TK covertible passenger transport aircraft An 140 100 68 seat airliner featuring a stretched fuselage and more powerful engines An 142 military transport to carry and airdrop cargo airborne troops and their materiel Basic specifications Length m 22 46 Wing span m 24 25 Wing area sq m 51 0 Empty

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  • Antonov An-225
    aircraft was built the second is being under construction On 13 May 1989 the first flight was made by the An 225 with the Buran space shuttle mounted on top of the aircraft Using the An 225 as the carrier of the HOTOL aerospace plane and Orlyonok SAR ground effect machine Basic specifications Length m 84 0 Wing span m 88 4 Wing area sq m 905 Max take off

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  • ACAC ARJ21
    seven factories including Xian and Shanghai final assembly at Shanghai Selection of General Electric CF34 announced 5 November 2002 First flight targeted for mid 2006 certification for mid 2007 and service entry by end of 2007 CURRENT VERSIONS ARJ21 700 Baseline version seating 78 to 85 passengers ARJ21 900 Stretched version with seats for 98 to 105 passengers Freighter and Business jet Planned future variants CUSTOMERS Total of 35 ordered by 1 October 2003 by Shandong Airlines launch operator 10 Shanghai Airlines five and Shenzhen Financial Leasing Company 20 Estimated sale of 500 350 domestic and 150 export over 20 years DESIGN FEATURES LOW swept wing approximately 28 at leading edge with winglets engines pod mounted to rear fuselage all swept T tail Supercritical wing section being designed and wind tunnel tested by Antonov design bureau Wings 3 dihedral tailplane 3 anhedral FLYING CONTROLS Honeywell Parker Hannifin electrically actuated fly by wire ailerons elevators and rudder no mechanical back up Three segment leading edge flaps Two segment trailing edge flaps with three segment spoilers forward of each outer flap Hamilton Sundstrand flap actuation LANDING GEAR Liebherr Aerospace retractable tricycle type with twin wheels on each unit POWER PLANT TWO 80 1 kN 18 000 lb st class rear mounted General Electric CF34 10A turbofans with FADEC Smiths Aerospace thrust reverser actuators Standard fuel capacity 12 719 litres 3 360 US gallons 2 798 Imp gallons ACCOMMODATION Flight crew of two plus two cabin attendants Five abreast seating for up to 85 in ARJ21 700 or 105 ARJ21 900 passengers in all economy basic layout at 81 cm 32 in pitch Alternative mixed class configuration offers eight seat business section two rows four abreast at 96 5 cm 38 in pitch at front with 70 and 90 economy class respectively to

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  • ASII
    world by Taiwanese office An unmanned surveillance prototype named Vigilante 496 first flight February 1998 was developed by SAIC In late 2001 ASII was looking at providing armament including 2 75 in rockets and Hellfire missiles Contact Details Address PO Box 14608 Newport news Virginia 23608 USA Tel 1 757 872 87 78 Fax 1 757 872 87 71 URL www ultrasport rotor com A B C D E F

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  • AIDC AT-3 Tzu Chung
    21 9m 2 236 1 sq ft ACCOMMODATION Seating for two in tandem AT 3A seats pilot only ARMAMENT Can be fitted with gun pods in an internal weapons bay Disposable armament can be carried on one centreline pylon four underwing hardpoints and two wingtip launch rails Can carry bombs rockets wingtip mounted AAMs and training bombs OPERATORS Taiwan HISTORY The AT 3 Tzu Chung was AIDC s second indigenous design to enter Taiwanese service behind the turboprop powered Chung Tsing and serves with the Taiwanese Air Force as an advanced weapons trainer and light attack and close support aircraft Up until the development of the Chung Kuo fighter the AT 3 was the most advanced aircraft to be developed by Taiwan s emerging aircraft industry Serious design of the AT 3 began in 1975 with the placement of a development contract The first of two prototypes flew for the first time on September 16 1980 while the first production aircraft flew on February 6 1984 In all AIDC built 60 AT 3s for the Republic of China Air Force the last of which was delivered in 1990 All 60 production aircraft were designated AT 3 The AT 3A Lui Meng meanwhile was a single seat dedicated light ground and maritime attack development Two prototypes were known to have been built the first one being converted from a two seat AT 3 and flown in the late 1980s but the aircraft s current status is unclear with development thought to have been suspended The AT 3A could have been suspended in favour of the two seat AT 3B which features the nav attack system initially developed for the Lui Meng Twenty AT 3s were converted to AT 3B standard which features a Westinghouse AN APG 66 radar and an internal

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  • LMAASA AT-63 Pampa
    crisis upgrade delayed and new production still not authorised Unofficial report of mid 2002 alleged Colombian interest in 24 Pampas CURRENT VERSIONS IA63 Pampa Standard Argentine Air Force version last described in 1998 99 Jane s Naval version Would have strengthened landing gear uprated engine and some changed avionics Pampa 2000 International Details last appeared in 1997 98 Jane s Pampa NG A Proposed advanced trainer with updated avionics Essentially became AT 63 initial version Pampa NG B Proposed combat capable version uprated engine and avionics Features to be incorporated in later upgrade of AT 63 AT 63 Attack trainer Announced 2001 as new standard version for Argentine Air Force and potential export Two prototypes modified from existing IA 63s in 2001 02 first flight planned for November 2002 but delayed following funding problems of FAA Initial version Pampa Phase II features new processor for DECU Elbit avionics suite MIL STD 1553B databus mission computer RLG INS GPS integrated weapons system liquid crystal MFD in each cockpit and front cockpit HUD Advanced version Pampa Phase III proposed for 2005 with structurally enhanced 7 3 g wing 18 9 kN 4 250 lb st TFE731 40R engine missionised avionics with enhanced tactical capabilities nose mounted laser range finder fin mounted RWR conformal chaff flare dispensers two additional hardpoints total seven for AAMs and strengthened landing gear for increased MTOW AT 63 version also proposed with Lockheed Martin AN APG 67 V 4 multimode radar in response to Colombian interest announced at FIDAE Chile April 2002 that Lockheed Martin Naval Electronics Surveillance Systems selected to integrate APG 67 in Pampa Also reported that Singapore planned to evaluate AT 63 in early 2003 as S 211 replacement Description applies to Phase II Pampa COSTS US 8 million to US 9 million including radar estimated 2002 DESIGN FEATURES Intended for cost effective pilot training in mission management techniques advanced fighter lead in training and extended range anti drug patrol missions High degree of commonality with the original IA 63 Pampa providing a customised low life cycle cost fleet Fail safe service life 8 000 hours Non swept shoulder mounted wings and anhedral tailplane sweptback fin and rudder single engine with twin lateral air intakes Wing section Dornier DoA 7 8 advanced transonic leading edge sweep 5 24 thickness chord ratio 14 5 per cent at root 12 5 per cent at tip anhedral 3 FLYING CONTROLS Conventional hydraulically powered ailerons rudder all moving tailplane single slotted Fowler flaps and door type airbrake deployable at all speeds on each side of upper rear fuselage primary surfaces have Liebherr tandem actuators and electromechanical trim STRUCTURE Conventional all metal semi monocoque stressed skin two spar wing box forms integral fuel tank Modified fuselage nosecone tailcone and fintip in AT 63 LANDING GEAR SHL Israel retractable tricycle type with hydraulic extension retraction and emergency free fall extension Oleo pneumatic shock absorbers Single Messier Bugatti wheel on each unit with Goodrich main or Continental nose low pressure tyre nosewheel

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  • ATG
    ATG signed an MoU with Luscombe Aircraft Corporation to consider the latter producing Javelins in its plant at Altus Oklahoma Contact Details Address 8001 South Interport Boulevard Suite 310 Englewood Colorado 80112 5951 USA Tel 1 303 799 41 97 Fax 1 303 799 48 13 E mail This e mail address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it URL www avtechgroup com A B

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  • ATR
    haul routes around the world ATR has become the leader in the turboprops category by offering a reliable easy to maintain and comfortable aircraft to airlines operating on the regional air transport market at a cost well below its competitors Benefiting from the resources of world class aerospace companies Alenia Aeronautica and EADS who each have a 50 share in the ATR program ATR is able to apply the latest technologies In fact ATR aircraft are a combination of the best technical solutions optimizing operating costs and passenger appeal The ATR benefits from the widest cabin in the regional market seat width equivalent to a Boeing 737 ATR offers environment friendly characteristics All ATR models are compliant with existing noise regulations and have a large margin with regards to future noise regulations or more stringent airport restrictions The ATR has been type certified in the Russian Federation in October 1998 and obtained the cold weather additional certification down to 52 C in February 1999 extremely suitable for the operations in several Russian regions To date ATR has sold 673 aircraft 372 ATR 42s and 301 ATR 72s to 110 airlines in 72 countries in the five continents Contact Details Address

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