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  • Canadair CL-41 Tutor
    which could carry a total 1815kg 4000lb of ordnance including bombs rockets gun pods and air to air missiles OPERATORS Canada HISTORY Despite flying for the first time in 1960 and with the average age of those remaining in service being over three decades the Canadair Tutor looks set to remain Canada s primary advanced trainer through to the end of the decade The Tutor was initially developed as a private venture due to a lack of official Canadian Government interest in the project Regardless of the lack of support development continued resulting in a first flight on January 13 1960 This first prototype CL 41 was powered by a 10 8kN 2400lb Pratt Whitney JT12A 5 turbojet while the design as a whole differed from most of its contemporaries in having side by side seating and a T tail Another design feature is the two air brakes on either side of the rear fuselage The Canadian Government ordered 190 production CL 41 s for the then Royal Canadian Air Force in September 1961 after evaluation of contemporary trainers Unlike the prototype these production aircraft are powered by a General Electric J85 turbojet built under licence in Canada by Orenda In Canadian service the CL 41 is designated the CT 114 Tutor The 190 production Tutors were delivered between December 1963 and September 1966 More than 130 remain in Canadian Forces service although a number are in storage Principle operator of the Tutor is 2 Flying Training School at Moose Jaw in Saskatchewan with whom pilots are trained up to wings standard Those pilots bound for fast jets then have further Tutor training Other CT 114s are in service with the Central Flying School for instructor training The most famous operator of the Tutor is the Snowbirds aerobatic display team

    Original URL path: http://www.aviamarket.org/reviews/military-aircraft/940-canadair-cl-41-tutor.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Canadair CL-215
    max takeoff from land 19 730kg 43 500lb DIMENSIONS CL 215 Wing span 28 60m 93ft 10in length 19 82m 65ft 1in height 8 98m 29ft 6in on land or 6 88m 22ft 7in on water Wing area 100 3m 2 1080sq ft ACCOMMODATION Flightcrew of two plus accommodation in special missions variants for a third flightdeck member a mission specialist and two observers Passenger configuration for 30 or in a combi configuration for 11 with firebombing tanks retained and freight in forward fuselage Fire retardant capacity of 6125kg 13 500lb ARMAMENT None OPERATORS CL 215 Greece Spain Thailand former Yugoslavia Venezuela HISTORY While most production CL 215 415s have been for civilian government agency work where they serve as firebombers a number have also been acquired for a range of military roles including maritime patrol search and rescue and transport The CL 215 first flew on October 23 1967 and 125 were built in different batches through to 1990 Primary customers were government agencies including various Canadian province governments and France plus the air forces of Greece Italy and Yugoslavia The status of the aircraft delivered to what was then Yugoslavia is unclear while the Italian AF CL 215s have been transferred to a government agency In the firefighting role the CL 215 s capabilities are impressive it can scoop up 5455 litres 1200 Imp gal 1440US gal of water from a flat water source such as a lake in 12 seconds Spain took delivery of a total of 20 CL 215s of which eight were configured for maritime patrol and search and rescue work while the Thai Navy operates two CL 215s also configured for SAR The final military CL 215 operator is Venezuela its two aircraft are configured as passenger transports Canadair offers retrofit kits for CL

    Original URL path: http://www.aviamarket.org/reviews/civil-aircraft/993-canadair-cl-215.html (2016-02-13)
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  • CLASS
    Jean Edues Potvin and has recently expanded the range to provide six versions of the Bush Caddy as well as introducing the Kestrel in 2003 Contact Details Address 880 Chemin St Fereol Les Cedres Quebec J7T 1N3 Canada Tel 1 1 450 452 47 72 Tel 2 1 888 977 14 47 Fax 1 450 452 26 94 URL www bushcaddy com A B C D E F G H

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  • Aerospatiale CM 170 Magister
    7055lb CM 170 2 Empty equipped 2310kg 5093lb max takeoff 3200kg 7055lb DIMENSIONS Wing span over tip tanks 12 15m 39ft 10in span without tip tanks 11 40m 37ft 5in length 10 06m 33ft Oin height 2 80m 9ft 2in Wing area 17 3m2 186 1sq ft ACCOMMODATION Standard seating for two in tandem ARMAMENT Two 7 5mm or 7 62mm fixed machine guns mounted in the nose Underwing hardpoints can carry bombs rockets and Nord AS 12 air to ground missiles OPERATORS Bangladesh Cameroon France Gabon Ireland Israel Libya Morocco El Salvador Senegambia Togo HISTORY The Magister was the first aircraft in the world specifically designed as a jet trainer and was arguably postwar France s first successful world class military aircraft The Magister resulted from a French Air Force requirement for a jet powered trainer The basic aircraft was conceived by Fouga designers Castello and Mauboussin hence the CM prefix in 1950 The first of three prototypes flew for the first time on June 27 1951 the type s promising performance leading to a French air force order for 10 pre production aircraft Prolonged testing and development of the aircraft followed with the first pre production aircraft not flying for the first time until June 1954 and the first production aircraft for the French Air Force on February 29 1956 The Magister proved an ideal aircraft for its intended role as it was easy to fly with predictable flying characteristics despite the unusual two surface butterfly tail 387 were eventually built for the French Air Force while several hundred others were built in France and under licence in Finland Germany and Israel for a large number of export customers including West Germany Belgium Austria Belgium Lebanon and Cambodia Total French production amounted to 622 built mainly by Fouga

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  • Airtech CN-235
    59 1m 2 636 1 sq ft ACCOMMODATION CN 235 M Flight crew of two plus typically a loadmaster Can accommodate 48 equipped troops or 46 paratroopers CN 235MPA Typical arrangement features two observer stations two operator consoles and six passenger seats ARMAMENT CN 235 MP MPA Six underwing hardpoints allow the carriage of antishipping missiles such as Exocet and Harpoon MPA can be armed with two Mk 46 torpedoes OPERATORS Botswana Brunei Chile Ecuador France Gabon Indonesia Ireland South Korea Morocco Panama Papua New Guinea Saudi Arabia Spain Turkey UAE HISTORY CASA of Spain and Indonesia s IPTN specifically formed Airtech to jointly develop the CN 235 military transport and regional airliner With development shared equally between the two companies prototypes one in each country were rolled out simultaneously on September 10 1983 The Spanish built prototype was the first to fly taking to the skies for the first time on November 11 1983 while the Indonesian prototype flew for the first time on December 30 that year CN 235 final assembly lines are located in both Indonesia and Spain but all other construction is not duplicated CASA builds the centre and forward fuselage wing centre section inboard flaps and engine nacelles while IPTN is responsible for the outer wings and flaps ailerons rear fuselage and tail Initial production was of the CN 235 10 subsequent and improved developments being the CN 235 100 and the current production 200 with more powerful engines and structural improvements respectively While commercial developments of the CN 235 including the QC quick change have sold in modest numbers the military CN 235M transport has been quite successful with over 160 in service with 17 countries Features of the M include good field performance a rearloading ramp and spacious interior IPTN markets the aircraft

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  • Dyn'Aero CR100, CR110 and CR120
    to UK owner Cole Aviation Total of at least 37 CR100 110 120kits sold of these 16 had been registered by early 2002 COSTS 76 200 as a kit without engine about 137 200 assembled with engine and instruments Information for 2005 DESIGN FEATURES Single engined low wing monoplane of conventional layout Aerofoil section NACA 21015 12 modified dihedral 0 FLYING CONTROLS Conventional and manual Elevator tab for pitch trim Ground adjustable tab on ailerons on rudder Plain flaps STRUCTURE Wood and fabric but including carbon fibre main wing spar LANDING GEAR Tailwheel type fixed Oleo pneumatic shockabsorption Speed fairings on mainwheel legs Disc brakes Mainwheel tyre size 380x150 pressure 2 30 bar 33 0 lb sq in POWER PLANT One 134 kW 180 hp Textron Lycoming AEIO 360 B2F flat four engine driving either Evra fixedpitch or MT variable pitch propeller Compatible with alternative engines of 119kW 160 hp and above Fixed pitch or constant speed propellers can be fitted Fuel capacity for aerobatics 85 litres 22 4 US gallons 18 7Imp gallons of which 82 litres 21 7 US gallons 18 0 Imp gallons are usable max fuel capacity 160 litres 42 3 US gallons 35 2 Imp gallons Oil capacity 7 6 litres 2 0 US gallons 1 7 Imp gallons ACCOMMODATION Two seats side by side with dual controls Fixed windscreen and rearward sliding canopy SYSTEMS Electrical system 12 V 30 Ah battery AVIONICS Customer specified DIMENSIONS EXTERNAL Wing span 8 50 m 27 ft 10 1 2 in Wing aspect ratio 6 8 Length overall 7 50 m 24 ft 7 1 4 in Tailplane span 2 80 m 9 ft 2 1 4 in Wheel track 2 37 m 7 ft 9 1 4 in Propeller diameter 1 90 m 6 ft 3 in

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  • CSIR
    various Indian government agencies and is currently under the leadership of CSIR which has created the Centre of Civil Aircraft Design and Development CCADD to act as the nodal agency to monitor and manage the programme Many Indian public and private sector industries are participating in the venture with manufacture of production components being carried out in 35 work centres across the country Final assembly will be by NAL Contact

    Original URL path: http://www.aviamarket.org/directory/c/1384-csir.html (2016-02-13)
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  • GAIC FTC-2000 SHANYING and CY-1
    Zhuhai would be produced by GAIC if go ahead received Features sweptback shoulder mounted foreplanes plus what were described as side plate canards comprising narrow rectangular surface each side of fuselage from just below foreplane trailing edge to extreme tail where there are small rectangular downward canted tailfins with small leading edge strakes COSTS Predicted at US 2 4 million excluding radar DESIGN FEATURES Upgraded derivative of JJ 7 FT 7 having J 7E double delta wings lateral intakes and solid nose to permit installation of fire control radar Airframe otherwise similar to JJ 7 FT 7 POWER PLANT Currently late 2002 quoted as one WP13F turbojet 43 15 kN 9 700 lb st dry 63 25 kN 14 220 lb st with afterburning In flight refuelling probe on nose common with that of J 8D F 8D Underfuselage and inboard underwing stations wet for carriage of drop tanks ACCOMMODATION Crew of two in tandem on TY6D ejection seats AVIONICS MFDs in both cockpits ARMAMENT Stores attachments under fuselage one and wings two each side Shown with PL 9 AAMs on outer wing stations and PL 8s inboard DIMENSIONS EXTERNAL Wing span 8 32 m 27 ft 3 1 2

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