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  • CZAW
    2000 are now also available from CZAW Workforce in 2002 was approximately 110 CZAW offers the CH 601 701 and 801 in three different stages of completion as a factory jigged fast build kit and in full flyaway form with Rotax 912 engines avionics instruments and two tone paint finish A total of 85 CH 701s with options for 48 more was ordered by the Indian National Cadet Corps in late 2000 for the training of Indian Air Force pilots 25 of these had been delivered by 21 February 2001 Development was completed in late 1998 of a modified CH 701 for ULV agricultural applications A Zodiac floatplane flown by CZAW s CEO won the 1999 Schneider Cup seaplane race at Desenzano del Garda Italy on 19 September 1999 Additionally CZAW is European agent for the AMD CH 2000 CZAW produces a complete line of wheeled and non wheeled aircraft floats with displacements ranging from 250 to 1 000 kg 551 to 2 205 lb suitable for such aircraft as the GlaStar Kitfox Zenair and Van s types Jump start wings ailerons flaps and tail surfaces for the GlaStar kitplane as well as wings for its German OMF 100 160

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  • CALS RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER
    Software and methodology support in the sphere of quality management as well as consulting in preparation of enterprises for certification under the international ISO 9000 2000 standards Production data management systems based on the international CALS standards and their application in the processes of automation of production design and technological preparation Systems for preparation of electronic manuals for complex hi end machinery Methods for introduction and application of CALS technologies

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  • CAMERON
    for the North American AT 6 Texan are also marketed The 4 180 m 2 45 000 sq ft factory is situated on Coeur d Alene Airport in 2002 the workforce numbered 22 Contact Details Address 2772 Cessna Avenue Coeur d Alene Airport Coeur d Alene Idaho 83814 USA Tel 1 208 765 92 95 Fax 1 208 765 94 15 URL www cameronaircraft com A B C D E

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  • CAP
    as the CAP 222 Apex took over production of the Mudry series of aerobatic aircraft on 12 May 1997 following that company s bankruptcy All aerobatic aircraft produced by Apex are marketed by CAP Aviation the CAP 232 built at Bernay and CAP 10 and CAP 222 at Darois CAP Aviation s parent company Apex International entered voluntary receivership on 10 September 2002 pending a restructuring of its finances Contact

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  • Cessna 208
    and ventilated Optional air conditioning Two section horizontally split cargo door at rear of cabin on port side flush with floor at bottom and with aquare corners Upper portion hinges upward lower portion forward 180 0 Optional elecrically operated flight openable tambour roll up door with airflow deflecting spoiler In a cargo role cabin will accommodate typically two D size cargo containers or up to ten 208 litre 55 US gallon 45 8 Imp gallon drums Upgraded interior with new colour co ordinated fabrics and leather and new seat design introduced in February 2001 SYSTEMS Electrical system is powered by 28 V 200 A starter generator and 24 V 45 Ah lead acid battery 24 V 40 Ah Ni Cd battery optional Standby elecrical system with 75 A alternator optional Hydraulic system for brakes only Oxygen system capacity 3 315 litres 117 cu ft optional Vacuum system standard Cabin air conditioning system optional from c n 208 00030 onwards De icing system comprising electric propeller de icing boots pneumatic wing wing strut and tail surface boots electrically heated windscreen panel heated pilot static probe ice detector light and standby electrical system all optional AVIONICS Customers choice of Bendix King and Garmin packages introduced in 2001 typical equipment listed below Comms Dual Bendix King KX 165 nav com glideslope KT70 Mode s transponder KHF 950 HF transceiver and KMA 24H audio control Flight Bendix King KFC 225 flight director autopilot KLN 90 GPS dual KR 87 ADF KN 63 DME and KR 21 MKR Garmin alternatives include GNS 340 com nav GPS GNS 530 WAAS upgradable IFR com nav GPS with LOC and glideslope receiver GMA 240 or GMA 340 audio panel and GTX 327 Mode C digital transponder with LCD display Bendix King KDR 510 flight information service and KMH 880 multi hazard awareness system optional from 2003 Instrumentation Sensitive altimeter electric clock magnetic compass attitude and directional gyros true airspeed indicator turn and bank indicator vertical speed indicator ammeter voltmeter fuel flow indicator ITT indicator oil pressure and temperature indicator EQUIPMENT Standard equipment includes windsreen defrost ground service plug receptacle variable intensity instrument post lighting map light overhead courtesy lights three and overhead floodlights pilot and co pilot approach plate holder cargo tiedowns internal corrosion proofing vinyl floor covering emergency locator beacon partial plumbing for oxygen system pilot s and co pilot s adjustable fore aft vertical reclining seats with armrest and five point restraint harness tinted windows control surface bonding straps heated pilot and stall warning systems courtesy lights on wing underside passenger reading lights retractable crew steps port side rudder gust lock tiedowns and towbar Optional equipment includes passenger seats stowable folding utility seats gigital clock fuel totaliser turn coordinator flight hour recorder fire extinguisher dual controls co pilot flight instruments floatplane kit from c n 208 00030 onwards hoisting rings for floatplane inboard fuel filling provisions included in floatplane kit ice detection light flashing beacon retractable crew step for starboard side oversized tyres electric trim system

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  • Reims F406 Caravan II
    and 79 and Scottish Fisheries has tour Vigilanfs for fisheries patrol the latest delivered in April 1998 Recent customers for the F406 include the Republic of Korea Navy which ordered five in target tug configuration the first delivered on 23 November 1998 and the last in mid June 1999 total contract value bang US 74 million 1997 and the Hellenic Ministry of Merchant Marine which in June 1999 ordered two for delivery in late 2000 as Surpolmar variants and additional one in November 1999 the hrsl Surpolmar FWWSS AC 21 for this contract made its maiden flight on 21 August 20IX and was delivered on 27 March 2001 remaining two received by December 2001 at which time a fourth was under negotiation One to Air Saml Pierre in mid 2003 fined with TCAS n Total 92 sold by June 2002 excluding prototype An agreement with the Brazilian government signed in April 1998 provides lor the purchase of three aircraft in multisensor configurations Daihyaku Shop of Japan ordered one F406 Mark II during 2000 for deliver m mid 20fW and operation by an undisclosed local customer COSTS Standard commuter aircraft US 2 2 million 2002 Maritime patrol versions typically US 3 million to US 4 million with mission equipment Korean Navy contract for five aircraft valued at US 24 million including technician training and one year technical support 1997 Greek contract for two Surmars valued at FFr90 million 1999 single Polmar FFr33 million 1999 Direct operating cost US 338 per hour 1997 DESIGN FEATURES Extrapolated from Cessna Conquest airframe wing section NACA 23018 at root and 23012 at tip dihedral 3 30 on centre section 4r 55 on outer panels twist 3C incidence T at root fin offset V to port tailplane dihedral 9 cabin not pressurised FLYING CONTROLS Owiventional and manual Trim tabs in elevators port aileron and rudder hydraulically operated Fowler flaps STRUCTURE Conventional light metal with three spar fail safe wing centre section to SFAR 41C two spar outer wings LANDING GEAR Hydraulically retractable tricycle type with single wheel on each unit Mainwheel tyre size 22x7 75 10 nosewheel 6 00 6 Main units retract inward into wing nosewheel rearward Emergency extension by means of a 138 bar 2 000 lb sq in rechargeable nitrogen bottle Cessna oleo pneumatic shock absorbers Main units of articulated trailing link type Single disc hydraulic brakes Parking brake POWER PLANT TWO Pratt Whitney Canada PF6A 112 turboprops each 373 kW 500 shp each driving a McCauley 9910535 2 three blade reversible pitch and automatically feathering metal propeller Fuel capacity 1 823 litres 481 US gallons 401 Imp gallons of which 1 798 litres 475 US gallons 395 5 Imp gallons usable Oil capacity 17 2 litres 4 5 US gallons 3 8 Imp gallons ACCOMMODATION Crew of two and up to 12 passengers in pairs facing forward with centre aisle except at rear of cabin in 12 14 seat versions Alternative basic configurations for six VIP passengers in reclining seats in business

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  • CARGOLIFTER
    planned at new site in South Carolina USA for completion in about 2005 Full size CL 160 preceded by subscale Joey as proof of concept prototype and CL 75 AirCrane transport ballon Skyship 600B known as Charly acquired in July 2000 for crew training certified by LBA August 2001 abd re registered D LCLA Additional shares offered in November 2001 in attempt to increase capital to a potential 50 6 million but insufficient investment received US office closed as economy measure in second quarter 2002 and on 9 May company offered convertible bonds to general public in renewed effort to raise working capital However this also failed to meet expectations and on 28 May CargoLifter admitted inability to pay creditors or employees Applications for insolvency filed on 31 May and 7 June 2002 respectively by CargoLifter Development GmbH wholly owned subsidiary and CargoLifter AG Professor Dr Rolf Dieter Monning appointed administrator for both companies Number of shareholders at latter date was 72 000 CargoLifter AG restructured under two man management board in order to develop new programme concept which would focus first on sales and production of CL 75 AirCrane while maintaining core competencies for eventual realisation of CL 160 However plans suffered further setback on 11 July 2002 when envelope of sole CL 75 AirCrane was ruptured during a storm Letter of intent signed with Boeing Phantom Works on 2 May 2002 under which each to investigate business opportunities for CL 160 beyond CargoLifter s current focus Boeing interest said to include military surveillance possibilities was reaffirmed in 30 July 2002 announcement of contract signature between CargoLifter AG and Boeing Unmanned Systems for joint exploration of stratospheric airship concets Insolvency proceedings began on 1 August 2002 on 9 August application for public sector assistance was rejected by German Ministry

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  • CARLSON
    Lakes and Piper Cub and Vagabond lightplanes An ultralight version of the Cub was under construction in 2000 Founder Ernest W Carlson was killed in the crash of the prototype Criquet on 24 May 2000 the company is now run by his widow Mary Contact Details Address PO Box 88 50643 SR 14 East Palestine Ohio 44413 0088 USA Tel 1 330 426 39 34 Fax 1 330 426 11

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