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  • AIR TRACTOR
    aircraft first the Snow then the Thrush and since 1972 the Air Tractor These planes have shaped the evolution of agricultural aviation At last count more than 2000 Snow designed and manufactured aircraft have rolled off the Olney Texas assembly line and into the hangars of ag operators across the globe Contact Details URL www airtractor com A B C D E F G H I J K L M

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  • AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEMS CORPORATION
    is to establish a branched structure incorporating Russian companies with different forms of the ownership capable to carry out the entire scope of work to create integrated centers and to equip them with advanced equipment on turn key basis Incorporators of the Corporation of the systems are Firm Nita St Petersburg Radio Plant Polyot Chelyabinsk NIIIT RK Chelyabinsk Informtechnologia St Petersburg Radiophisica Moscow Secondary Radar Systems Moscow AkvaAlliance Moscow Soglasie

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  • Gippsland GA8 Airvan
    plus tax 2003 DESIGN FEATURES Strut braced high wing monoplane with sweptback vertical tail and fixed tricycle landing gear designed to operate from unprepared strips Fin and rudder modified and ventral finlet added on second prototype late 1996 Wing aerofoil modified V 35 dihedral 2 30 incidence 2 twist 1 6 FLYING CONTROLS Conventional and manual Trimmable tailplane deflections 2 7 5 slotted flaps deflections 14 and 38 Elevator deflections 157 19 ailerons 177 16 rudder 21 STRUCTURE Light alloy two spar wing based on GA200 Fatman unit composites cowlings and fairings entire structure designed for easy manufacture maintenance and repair LANDING GEAR Non retractable tricycle type single piece tubular spring main gear steerable steel spring oleo nose leg Parker hydraulic disc brakes mainwheels 8 50 6 6 ply nosewheel 6 00 6 6 ply Wipline float installation under development in Canada POWER PLANT One 224 kW 300 hp Textron Lycoming IO 540 K1A5 flat six engine driving a two blade Hartzell HC 2YR 1BF F8475R constant speed propeller Fuel capacity 340 litres 89 8 US gallons 74 8 Imp gallons in two wing tanks of which 332 litres 87 7 US gallons 73 0 Imp gallons usable Oil capacity 11 litres 3 0 US gallons 2 5 Imp gallons ACCOMMODATION Pilot and up to seven passengers or equivalent cargo full FAR Pt 23 562 compliant crashworfhy seats Amsafe seatbelt airbags under development in early 2003 Crew door each side of flight deck flight openable forward sliding cargo door on port side aft of wing Cabin is heated and ventilated Baggage compartment with security net at rear of cabin Ventral cargo pod volume 0 51 m3 18 0 cu ft under development in 2003 SYSTEMS Split bus electrical system powered by 14 V 95 A engine driven alternator Maintenance free sealed battery and external power receptacle with overvolt protection standard AVIONICS Standard Bendix King avionics suite Comtns Dual KY 97A 61 VHF KT 76A 12 transponder Barrett F24 control panel and TX4400 intercom pilot s yoke mounted PTT switch pilot s and co pilot s headsets and microphone jacks Flight KR 87 ADF altitude encoder Instrumentation KMD 150 moving map with 102 x 76 mm 4 x 3 in display airspeed indicator artificial horizon altimeter with hectoPascal subscale electric turn co ordinator directional gyro vertical speed indicator OAT gauge magnetic compass electronic digital fuel flow and totaliser gauge EGT gauge tachometer fuel supply gauge oil temperature pressure gauges CHT gauge and manifold pressure gauge EQUIPMENT Standard equipment includes automatic fuel management system windscreen demisting instrument panel lighting avionics dimming map and cabin reading lights navigation lights dual landing taxying lights low profile red beacon light 1 pilot s and co pilot s five point inertia reel shoulder harnesses six three point inertia reel harnesses for passengers cabin soundproofing and entrance step DIMENSIONS EXTERNAL Wing span 12 28 m 40 ft 3 3 4 in Wing chord constant 1 60 m 5 ft 3 in Wing aspect ratio 7 9 Length

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  • AIRVOLGA SCIENTIFIC MANUFACTURING ASSOCIATION
    and makes pilotscale production of aircraft equipment Its main stock produced item is LA 8 Flagman Presently the process of certification and manufacturing of the device is under way Stock production of the amphibian LA 8 Flagman is scheduled for the beginning of 2005 Contact Details Address 311 Novosadovaya Str Samara Russia A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R

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  • AKKO
    of Tu 134 Tu 154 Il 62 Il 86 Il 96 300 Yak 40 and Yak 42 aircraft Development and production of modern first class business class and economy class seats that meet the requirements of Aviation Rules 25 and are 16gcertified Development and manufacture of interior components creation of aircraft interior design projects Contact Details Address 43 Hangar Complex Sheremetyevo 1 Moscow 124340 Russia URL www akko ru A

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  • AKZO NOBEL AEROSPACE COATINGS
    in the industry ANAC maintains the aerospace industry s most comprehensive qualified product list ANAC primers topcoats and specialty coatings brands are recognized for quality endurance and performance Our technical expertise and attention to customers needs consistently yield innovative next generation environmentally compliant products GENERAL AVIATION COATINGS Akzo Nobel Aerospace Coatings supplies manufacturers and refurbishers of aircraft with a full range of primers topcoats and specialty coatings Business jets utility turbo props personal and small business aircraft are painted with ANAC topcoat systems and decorative finishes to reflect the style and meet the requirements of a distinctive and demanding market Our computer controlled dispensing machines are used in the manufacture of Alumigrip topcoats specifically for the general aviation market By incorporating the latest advances in color control technology our systems provide the fastest most accurate color matches to meet your urgent needs while ensuring absolute color accuracy time after time DEFENSE COATINGS Akzo Nobel Aerospace Coatings produces technically superior high solids acrylic polyurethane and silicone high heat topcoats that are applied to military fighters ground equipment transports helicopters engines and unmanned vehicles Interior and exterior coatings include visible camouflage Chemical Agent Resistant Coatings CARC infrared reflective thermal IR conductive and anti static coatings GLOBAL AEROSPACE SPECIFICATIONS ANAC is the global leader in the supply of aerospace coatings to a worldwide customer base Serving the commercial general aviation and military market segments with technically innovative specialty materials our products are approved by over 60 OEMs representing 250 varied specifications such as Airbus Industries BAE Systems Boeing Bombardier Canadair Cessna and the US military AKZO NOBEL COATINGS Akzo Nobel is the biggest paint company in the world having developed and supplied innovative coatings products for more than 200 years We produce and supply paint and finishes for a wide range of applications

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  • AERO L-39 and L-139 ALBATROS
    4 1T turbofan under preliminary Aero AlliedSignal agreement signed June 1991 Flight Visions HUD and Bendix King avionics VS 2A zero zero seats First flight 5501 8 May 1993 Demonstrated to air forces of Colombia and Venezuela in 2000 No orders by February 2003 possible upgrade with some L159 avionics still being considered at that time CUSTOMERS Total of 2 935 L 39 59s built excluding five prototypes by December 1999 none further by 2002 see table Eight L 39ZAs origin unknown refurbished by Israel Aircraft Industries for Cambodian Air Force deliveries by IAI began in late 1996 early 1997 Late 2001 orders by Algeria 17 which probably to be taken from 27 undelivered from 1992 Nigerian order DESIGN FEATURES Tandem two seater with ejection seats and pressurisation fixed tip tanks also contain navigation landing lights rear fuselage and tail attached by five bolts allow easy removal for access to engine tapered wing has NACA 64A012 Mod 5 section quarter chord sweepback 1 45 dihedral 2 30 from roots incidence 2 FLYING CONTROLS Conventional and manual by pushrods Electrically actuated trim tab in each elevator balance tab in rudder mass balanced ailerons with balance tabs port tab actuated electrically for trimming two airbrake panels under fuselage just below wing leading edge operated by single hydraulic jack extend automatically as speed approaches M0 8 double slotted flaps extended by rods from single hydraulic jack retracting automatically as airspeed reaches 167 kt 310 km h 193 mph LANDING GEAR Retractable tricycle type with single wheel and oleo pneumatic shock absorber on each unit designed for touchdown sink rate of 3 4 m 11 15 ft s at AUW of 4 600 kg 10 141 lb Retraction and extension operated hydraulically with electrical control All wheel well doors close automatically after wheels are lowered to prevent ingress of dirt and debris Mainwheels retract inward into wings with automatic braking during retraction nosewheel forward into fuselage K28 mainwheels with 610x215 tyres and K27 nosewheel with 450x165 tyre Hydraulic disc brakes and anti skid units on mainwheels shimmy damper on nosewheel leg Minimum ground turning radius about nosewheel 2 50 m 8 ft 2 in L 39 ZA can operate from grass strips with bearing strength of 6 kg cm 2 85 lb sq in POWER PLANT One 16 87 kN 3 792 lb st ZMKB Progress AI 25 TL turbofan in rear fuselage with semi circular lateral air intake with splitter plate on each side of fuselage above wing centre section Fuel in five rubber main bag tanks aft of cockpits with combined capacity of 1 055 litres 279 US gallons 232 Imp gallons and two 100 litre 26 5 US gallon 22 0 Imp gallon non jettisonable wingtip tanks Total internal fuel capacity 1 255 litres 332 US gallons 276 Imp gallons Gravity refuelling points on top of fuselage and on each tip tank Provision for two 150 or 350 litre 39 6 or 92 5 US gallon 33 0 or 77 0

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  • ALBATROSS SCIENTIFIC-TECHNICAL CENTRE
    certificate Our offers 1 We invite investors for manufacture of Albatross AS 3A ultralight two seat multipurpose airplane and also desktop turning milling machine tools 2 We offer for sale the complete set of design documentation Albatross AS 3A ultralight two seat multipurpose airplane The documentation was developed during the manufacture of two prototypes Desktop turning milling machine tool The prototype was stolen during demonstration at an exhibition in Germany

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