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  • CASA C-212
    7450kg 16 424lb 300 Empty 3780kg 8333lb max takeoff 7700kg 16 975lb DIMENSIONS 200 Wing span 19 00m 62ft 4in length 15 16m 49ft 9in height 6 30m 20ft 8in Wing area 40 0m 2 430 6sq ft 300 Wing span 20 28m 66ft 7in length 16 15m 53ft 0in height 6 60m 21ft 8in Wing area 41 0m 2 441 3sq ft ACCOMMODATION Aviocar Flightcrew of two Max passenger seat ing for 26 troops or 12 stretchers and four medical attendants Patrullero Four systems operators in maritime patrol configuration or radar operator and two observers in ASW configuration ARMAMENT Aviocar Two underwing hardpoints of 250kg 550lb capacity each can carry light gun or rocket pods Patrullero Can carry torpedoes such as Mk 46s or Stingray rockets and anti ship ping missiles including Aerospatiale AS15TT and Sea Skua OPERATORS Abu Dhabi Angola Bolivia Chad Chile Columbia Djibouti Equatorial Guinea France Ghana Indonesia Jordan Mexico Myanmar Nicaragua Panama Paraguay Portugal South Africa Spain Sweden Sudan Uruguay Venezuela Zimbabwe HISTORY Initially conceived as a light STOL transport for the Spanish Air Force the CASA C 212 has found a large military market world wide and is particularly popular in underdeveloped regions The C 212 was designed to replace the Spanish Air Force s mixed fleet of Douglas C 47 Dakotas and Junkers Ju 52s still in service in the 1960s Design work began in the late 1960s features including good STOL performance and a rear cargo ramp the first prototype flying on March 26 1971 The type entered air force service in 1974 The initial civil version was designated the C 212C the military version the C 212 5 Production of these models ceased in 1978 CASA switching to the Series 200 with more powerful engines and higher operating weights The Series

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  • SVAM CA-80
    rigid PROGRAMME Completed September 2001 In service as advertising and aerial survey or surveillance platform DESIGN FEATURES Conventional envelope shape with ventral gondola Four tailfins with rudders elevators in X configuration POWER PLANT Twin vectored thrust piston engines each 93 kW 125 hp driving pusher propellers ACCOMMODATION Pilot and up to five passengers A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q

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  • CHENGDU AIRCRAFT INDUSTRY GROUP
    1995 workforce latest figure known of nearly 20 000 Production continues mainly to concern J 7 F 7 fighter series several models but new J 10 and FC 1 fighters are currently under development and or early production Chengdu also thought to be in concept stage of an advanced combat aircraft possibly to the same outline requirement as the SAC Shenyang XXJ In addition CAC was named in 2001 as a risk sharing partner in the ACAC ARJ21 regional jet programme Subcoutract work includes passenger doors for the Airbus A320 wing components for Boeing 737 747 production of fuselage components for the Dassault Falcon 2000EX was due to begin in 2003 under an agreement signed in early 2002 Non aerospace products which previously accounted for about 10 per cent of current output were targeted to have reached 40 per cent by 2000 it is not known whether this was achieved Contact Details Address Huangtianba PO Box 800 Chengdu Sichuan 610092 China Tel 86 28 740 10 33 Fax 86 28 740 49 84 Email This e mail address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it URL www cac com cn Production list Aircraft Type First

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  • CAP 232
    sold to Australia one 1996 Switzerland one UK three 1998 and 2001 and USA two 1998 four 2000 and one in 2002 Moroccan Air Force placed order for nine in mid 2000 to re equip Marche Verte aerobatic team deliveries began early 2001 and five received by mid 2002 COSTS US 250 000 2001 DESIGN FEATURES Optimised for world class aerobatic competition Similar to and improvement on CAP 231 EX Strong carbon fibre wing of broad root chord sharply tapered for high roll rates tapered tail surfaces FLYING CONTROLS Conventional and manual Electrically actuated elevator tab elevator servo tab to reduce stick forces Almost full span ailerons for high roll rates STRUCTURE Two spar carbon fibre wings 10 ribs LANDING GEAR Fixed tailwheel type mainwheel tyres 5 00 5 POWER PLANT One 224 kW 300 hp Textron Lycoming AEIO 540 L1B5D flat six engine driving a variable pitch hydraulic MT Propeller MTV 14 BC C190 17 four blade propeller Total fuel capacity 189 3 litres 50 0 US gallons 41 6 Imp gallons in one fuselage tank and two wing tanks Fuel and oil system designed for prolonged inverted flight ACCOMMODATION Single seat under rear hinged canopy Baggage space behind

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  • CASA EADS
    structural parts integrated into all Airbus aircraft having specialised in horizontal stabilisers as well as in components manufactured in carbon fibre The latter capability enables it to play an essential role within construction of the A380 megaliner in which EADS participates with an 80 per cent stake EADS CASA is the subcontractor responsible for designing and producing a tanker conversion kit for four Airbus A310MRTTs ordered by the German Air Force first kit delivery was due in November 2002 is leading the A330MRTT air tanker consortium bidding for the UK Future Strategic Tanker Aircraft FSTA requirement and in November 2001 launched for availability in 2005 a development programme for an advanced air refuelling boom system ARBS with fly by wire control It also leads the future A400M heavy military transport aircraft programme managed by Airbus Military Company in which EADS has a major stake The A400M has been designed according to the shared requirements of seven air forces and as a European reply to the replacement of current military transport aircraft such as the C 130 Hercules and C 160 Transall The division offers its FITS Fully Integrated Tactical System for diverse applications such as maritime patrol and surveillance or anti submarine anti surface warfare First recipient of FITS was Spanish Air Force P 3B fleet first of five upgraded aircraft rolled out early May 2003 selected also by Brazilian Air Force to retrofit nine P 3As A new factory was inaugurated at Bahia de Cadiz on 2 July 2003 Replacing the older facility at Puntales it has a total area of 78 840 m 2 848 625 sq ft including 20 056 m 2 215 880 sq ft of covered accommodation Military Aircraft Division Military Aircraft Division is a 43 per cent partner within the Eurofighter consortium being fully

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  • CHANGHE AIRCRAFT INDUSTRY GROUP
    included the Z 8 and Z 11 CHAIG is responsible for manufacture of the tailcone vertical fin and horizontal stabiliser of the Sikorsky S 92 helicopter The tail for the first S 92 was delivered to Sikorsky in May 1997 Changhe is also thought likely to become the centre for any Chinese licensed manufacture of the AgustaWestland A109E Power which was the subject of Sino Italian negotiations in late 2002

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  • CHERNOV EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN BUREAU JSC
    to Chernov s own design office The earlier Che 22 is now produced by Gidroplan and the Che 15 has previously been described Other designs have been the Che 10 1986 Che 20 1989 Che 23 and Che 30 1991 Work is currently in hand to design the Che 35 twin engined flying boat Contact Details Tel 8 8462 37 24 25 E mail This e mail address is being

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  • CHRDI
    DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE Zhongguo Zhishengji Sheji Yangjiuso Subsidiary of AVIC II Jingdezhen Jiangxi This institute workforce approximately 2 000 is the overall design authority for Chinese indigenous helicopter programmes Few details yet available of Z 10 other projects reported to include 8 to 10 tonne heavy lift helicopter A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W

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