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  • BRANTLY
    FAA granted the type certificate in 1959 Further improvements on this design led to in 1963 the B 2B The B 2B is the lowest priced three bladed fully certified helicopter in the world No other rotorcraft has the Brantly designed outboard hinge on the main rotor blade that produces such an exceptionally smooth ride for a small helicopter Contact Details Address 12399 Airport Drive Wilbarger County Airport Vernon Texas

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  • BUL
    being ultralights Details of the Zulu its first product were announced in 1998 Development has been protracted but certification of a completely redesigned version was expected in 2002 or early 2003 however company s receivership in September 2002 has delayed this Contact Details Address 1 bis route de Troyes F 21121 Darois France Tel 33 3 80 44 20 75 Fax 33 3 80 44 20 69 A B C

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  • BUREAU VERITAS AERONAUTICS & SPACE DIVISION
    services to the aeronautical and space communities OUR EXPERIENCE IN THE REGION Assistance to organizations to comply with new regulations Personnel training to match the most stringent standards Assistance to National Civil Aviation Authorities Source inspections at subcontractors or suppliers Monitoring of aircraft to ensure proper maintenance and operation Customised services to support space industry quality requirements Contact Details Address Office 38 Building 1 16 18 Bol Sukharevskaya Square Moscow

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  • GROB
    und Raumfahrt GmbH with light and heavy sections light section produces sailplanes and the G 115 G 120 G 140 and G 160 powered aircraft heavy section supports continued operations by earlier Egrett and Strato 2C and deals with space activities in support of Weltraum Institut Berlin Factory covered area 28 000 m 2 301 400 sq ft workforce 100 in late 2002 Contact Details Address Lettenbachstrasse 9 86874 Tussenhausen

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  • BUSSARD
    design services subcontractor to the aerospace and automotive industries Bussard plans to enter lightplane manufacturing with its own concept the Raptor Contact Details Address Marie Curiestrasse 6 D 85055 Ingolstadt Germany Tel 49 841 901 44 60 Fax 49 841 901 44 62 URL www bussard design de A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V

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  • McDonnell Douglas C-17 Globemaster
    2900ft landing 5000km 2700nm WEIGHTS Target operating empty 122 015kg 269 000lb target max takeoff 265 352kg 585 000lb peacetime takeoff 263 083kg 580 000lb DIMENSIONS Wing span over winglets 51 76m 169ft 10in length 53 04m 174ft Oin height 16 79m 55ft 1in Wing area 353m2 3800 0sq ft ACCOMMODATION Flightcrew of two plus loadmaster Max payload 76 657kg 169 000lb can comprise standard freight pallets air droppable pallets 100 passengers on seating pallets 48 stretcher patients or 75 troops on temporary fuselage side and centreline seats or 102 paratroops 4WD vehicles an M1A1 Abrams MBT plus other vehicles and up to three AH 64 Apaches ARMAMENT None OPERATORS USA HISTORY Highly expensive and highly controversial the C 17 airlifter suffered a prolonged and often troublesome development but in service is proving to be highly reliable and very versatile The USAF selected the McDonnell Douglas C 17 to meet its C X requirement for a heavy airlifter in August 1981 The C X requirement called for a transport capable of strategic missions with good STOL performance from semi prepared strips good ground manoeuvrability and a voluminous cargo hold capable of accommodating attack helicopters and the M1 Abrams main battle tank The original C 17 full scale development contract was cancelled in 1982 and replaced with low priority development The first flying prototype was ordered in late 1985 while the first production contract was signed in January 1988 First flight was on September 15 1991 The C 17 is of conventional military freighter configuration with a high wing T tail and rear loading freight ramp Power is supplied by four Pratt Whitney F117 turbofans developments of the commercial PW2000 series used for the Boeing 757 airliner Notable design features include fly by wire flight controls the first on a US

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  • Alenia C-27J Spartan
    runs while the C 295 is limited to 2t says LMATTS Jump cadence The large cargo compartment also carries dividends when transporting troops The C 27J can carry up to 68 troops in an optional high density configuration based on a 460mm 18in seat width For the paradrop mission the aircraft can carry 46 paratroopers seven more than the C 295 can reasonably carry says LMATTS The C 27J s large cargo compartment has greater headroom allowing heavily laden paratroopers to stand erect as they shuffle to the door The dual exit doors on the C 27J are also larger than those on the C 295 and should allow for rapid exiting of the aircraft Tactically the higher the jump cadence the closer the paratroops will be when they hit the ground thereby increasing combat effectiveness The Spartan was developed as a military aircraft and its 17 500kg 38 5001b operating empty weight is markedly heavier than that of the civil derived C 295 s The extra weight yields a robust aircraft with a threespar wing LMATTS says the Spartan s aluminum structure is more damage tolerant than composites and easier to repair in the field In addition military cargo tends to be denser than civil freight requiring high floor strength The Spartan s cargo floor has a strength of 5 000kg m 3 4001b ft along the length of the compartment superior to the C 295 s l 000kg m and slightly better even than the C 130 s says LMATTS In addition the C 27J can carry any cargo further than the C 295 according to LMATTS the Spartan can carry 7 000kg a distance of 3 060km l 650nm at its basic and tactical MTOW while the C 295 can carry the same load over 1 350km Pre flight inspection of the Spartan the developmental baseline aircraft was conducted by Alenia test pilot Agostino Frediani Externally the aircraft closely resembles the G222 and C 27A with the exception of the 4 11m diameter six blade composite scimitar shaped propellers which are the same as those on the C 130J The R R engines put out 4 635shp 3 455kW and are nearly identical to those on the updated Hercules When viewed from behind the propellers turn clockwise making the critical engine the left one As the rudder and vertical stabiliser are essentially unchanged from the C 27A increased rudder power was required to keep minimum control speed at desired levels Seventeen vortex generators were added to the left hand side of the vertical stabiliser just forward of the rudder These energise the airflow over the rudder increasing its effectiveness when deflected to counteract yawing moments generated by an engine failure Access to the aircraft is through the forward entry door with its integral steps The flightdeck is quite spacious with 16 windows Eight shoulder height windows four per side provide an excellent field of view FoV while the four floor level windows gave a direct view of

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  • CASA C-101 Aviojet
    with 5min over target and reserves 482km 260nm Ferry range with reserves 3705km 2000nm Max endurance 7 hours WEIGHTS C 101CC Empty equipped 3470kg 7650lb max takeoff 6300kg 13 890lb DIMENSIONS Wing span 10 60m length 12 50m height 4 25m Wing area 20 0 m 2 ACCOMMODATION Two in tandem ARMAMENT C 101CC Can carry a 30mm DEFA 533 cannon or twin 12 7mm Browning M3 machine gun pod in lower fuselage Six underwing hardpoints can carry a total of 2250kg 4960lb of ordnance including bombs rocket pods plus up to two AGM 65 Maverick ASMs or two AIM 9 Sidewinder of Matra Magic AAMs on C 101DD OPERATORS Chile Honduras Jordan Spain HISTORY Design of the Aviojet began in 1975 to replace the Hispano Saeta after CASA signed a development contract with the Spanish Air Ministry As CASA s first foray into the jet engined trainer field the company enrolled the help of Northrop of the USA and Germany s MBB now Northrop Grumman and Daimler Benz Aerospace respectively Northrop designed the unswept wing and inlet area but CASA assumed all design responsibility after the first flight of the first of four prototypes on June 27 1977 Notable features of the Aviojet include modular construction the Garrett TFE731 high bypass turbofan an engine widely used on business jets and known for its reliability and fuel efficiency conversely the high bypass contributes to ordinary high altitude performance and a weapons bay in the forward fuselage which can house cannon or gun packs a reconnaissance pod an ECM package or a laser designator Initial production of the C 101 was for Spain whose C 101EB trainers are designated E 25 Mirlo or Blackbird The C 101BB features a more powerful engine was sold to Chile as the T 36 subsequently

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