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  • CHINA INTERNATIONAL AVIATION AND AEROSPACE EXHIBITION
    exchanges and flight display Airshow China has been successfully held four times so far With the success of the past four shows Airshow China has become one of the most influential airshows in Asia It is not only a link between the world and China but also a shortcut and a perfect opportunity for overseas exhibitors to enter the Chinese market and to extend their influence in the Asia Pacific

    Original URL path: http://www.aviamarket.org/directory/c/685-china-international-aviation-and-aerospace-exhibition.html (2016-02-13)
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  • AIDC Ching-Kuo
    bombs and cluster munitions including 500lb 225kg GBU 12 Rockeye AGM 65B Maverick Hsiung Feng II anti ship missile Sky Sword I short range IR guided and Sky Sword II medium range radar homing AAMs OPERATORS Taiwan HISTORY The Ching Kuo is by far Taiwan s most ambitious aircraft program thus far and after more than a decade of development is now providing Taiwan with a capable multirole fighter Development of the Ching Kuo initially known as the Indigenous Defence Fighter IDF began in 1982 after a US arms embargo precluded Taiwan from ordering F 16s or Northrop F 20 Tigersharks to replace ageing F 5s and F 104s fighters for air superiority anti shipping and ground attack roles Despite the arms embargo US companies were still able to provide technical support for the program with the result that much of the aircraft s systems is based on US equipment General Dynamics worked closely with AIDC to develop the airframe and similarities to the F 16 are obvious particular the blended fuselage wing design Other features such as the leading edge root extensions give the aircraft the appearance of a scaled down F A 18 The International Turbofan Engine Company ITEC TFE1042 afterburning turbofans were developed in partnership by Garrett and AIDC The Golden Dragon 53 radar which has a search range of 150km 80nm is based on the GE AN APG 67 originally developed for the F 20 with some elements based on the F 16A s APG 66 with air and sea search modes and lookdown shootdown capability while the specifically developed Sky Sword I and Sky Sword II AAMs closely resemble the AIM 9 Sidewinder and AIM 7 Sparrow respectively Other features include a side stick controller two multi function displays a HUD and fly by wire

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  • CIRRUS AIRCRAFT
    aircraft SR20 SR22 and turbocharged SR22T incorporate innovative and advanced performance and safety technologies including the unique Cirrus Airframe Parachute System CAPS Through 2010 total time on the worldwide Cirrus Aircraft SR series fleet surpassed 4 3 million flight hours with more than 45 lives saved to date as a direct result of CAPS being a standard safety feature on all Cirrus aircraft Contact Details URL www cirrusaircraft com A

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  • Cessna 550 Citation Bravo
    Two independent fuel systems with integral tank in each wing with combined usable capacity of 2 725 litres 720 US gallons 600 Imp gallons ACCOMMODATION Crew of two on separate flight deck on fully adjustable seats with seat belts and inertia reel shoulder harness Sun visors standard Fully carpeted main cabin equipped with seats for seven to 10 passengers Seven standard on pedestal mounted seats Main baggage areas in nose and tailcone flight accessible baggage area at rear of cabin Refreshment centre standard Cabin is pressurised heated and air conditioned Individual reading lights and air inlets for each passenger Dropout constant flow oxygen system for emergency use Cabin door with integral airstair at front on port side and one emergency exit on starboard side Doors on each side of nose baggage compartment Tinted windows each with curtains Pilot s storm window birdproof windscreen with de fog system anti icing standby alcohol anti icing and bleed air rain removal system SYSTEMS Pressurisation system supplied with engine bleed air maximum pressure differential 0 61 bar 8 9 lb sq in maintaining a sea level cabin altitude to 7 189 m 23 586 ft or a 2 440 m 8 000 ft cabin altitude to 13 715 m 45 000 ft Hydraulic system pressure 103 5 bar 1 500 Ib sq in with two pumps to operate landing gear and speed brakes Separate hydrauhc system for wheel brakes Electiical system supplied by two 28 V 400 A DC starter generators with two 350 VA inverters and 24 V 44 Ah Ni Cd battery Oxygen system of 1 814 litre 64 cu ft capacity includes two crew demand masks and five dropout constant flow masks for passengers Engine fire detection and extinguishing systems Wing leading edges electiically de iced ahead of engines pneumatic de icing boots on outer wings and on leadingedges of tailplane and fins engine inlets and windscreen have anti ice protection via engine bleed air with back up alcohol system for windscreen pilot tubes and static ports have electric anti icing AVIONICS Honeywell Primus 1000 as core system Comms Dual Honeywell KY 196B VHF transceivers with 25 kHz and 8 33 kHz channel spacing dual Avtech audio amplifiers Dual Telex hand microphones headsets and cockpit speackers dual Honeywell Mode S transponders L3 Communications FA2100 CVR Artex 110 4 ELT Radar Honeywell Primus 660 colour weather radar Flight Honeywell GNS X LS FMS three axis failpassive autopilot dual Honeywell navigation systems including VOR LOC GS MKR DME digitally tuned ADF Dual integrated computers combine EFIS display functions with flight guidance function dual Honeywell VG 14A vertical gyros and C 14D compass systems supply primary heading and attitude information to cockpit displays Instrumentation EFIS with two 178 x 203 mm 7 X 8 in screens for primary flight display PFD and additional multifunction display MFD of same size standby 3 in HSI Davtron clock DIMENSIONS EXTERNAL Wing span 15 75 m 51 ft 8 in Wing aspect ratio 8 4 Length overall 14

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  • Cessna 525 Citation CJ1
    Laminar Flow NLF aerofoil section CJ1 is generally identical to CitationJet increased maximum T O ramp and landing weights to provide improved range payload Pro Line 21 avionics FLYING CONTROLS Conventional and manual Ailerons and elevators horn balanced trim tab on port aileron trim tabs on rudder and both elevators hydraulically actuated single slotted flaps deflections 15 35 and 60 last named for ground use only and selectable to any intermediate position between 0 and 35 Speed brake in upper and lower surface of each wing STRUCTURE All metal Three spar wing LANDING GEAR Hydraulically retractable tricycle type with single wheel on each unit Trailing link main units retract inward into wing nose gear retracts forward Main tyres 22x7 75 10 8 ply tubeless nose 18x4 4 6 ply tubeless POWER PLANT Two 8 45 kN 1 900 lb st Williams FJ44 1A turbofans pod mounted with thrust attenuators Two independent fuel systems with fuel contained in integral wing tanks and single filler port in each wing see under Weights and Loadings ACCOMMODATION Crew of two on flight deck Main cabin with standard seating for five passengers one on sidewaysfacing seat at front of cabin with four in club arrangement tray tables which stow in elbow rails and individual reading lights and ventilation ducts standard SYSTEMS Digitally controlled pressurisation system maximum differential 0 58 bar 8 5 lb sq in AVIONICS Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21 as core system Comms Honeywell CNI5000 radios and radio altimeter Radar Rockwell Collins RTA 800 colour weather radar Flight Bendix King KLN 900 FMS Dual VHF nav receivers ADF DME RMl Bendix King KLN 900 GPS Instrumentation Two tube EFIS with 203 x 253 mm 8 X 10 in adaptive flight displays third optional LCD attitude director indicator ADI and horizontal situation indicator HSl for co pilot DIMENSIONS EXTERNAL Wing span 14 26 m 46 ft 9 1 2 m Wing aspect ratio 9 1 Length overall 12 98 m 42 ft 7 in Height overall 4 20 m 13 ft 9 1 4 in Tailplane span 5 64 m 18 ft 6 in Wheel track 3 96 m 13 ft 0 in Wheelbase 4 68 m 15 ft 4 1 4 in Crew passenger door Height 1 29 m 4 ft 2 3 4 in Width 0 60 m 1 ft 11 1 2 in DIMENSIONS INTERNAL Cabin Length between pressure bulkheads 4 80 m 15 ft 9 in excl cockpit 3 35 m 11 ft 0 in Max width 1 47 m 4 ft 10 in Max height 1 45 m 4 ft 9 in Baggage compartment volume nose 0 58 m 3 20 4 cu ft cabin 0 11 m 3 4 0 cu ft tailcone 0 86 m 3 30 2 cu ft total 1 55 m 3 54 6 cu ft AREAS Wings gross 22 30 m 2 240 0 sq ft Vertical tail surfaces total incl tab 4 35 m 2 46 8 sq ft Horizontal tail surfaces

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  • Cessna 525A Citation CJ2
    except as follows FLYING CONTROLS Spoilers 60 flap deflection and engine nacelle thrust attenuators provide lift dump function during landing roll STRUCTURE Primarily metal with composites in non critical areas such as fairings wing and tailplane tips and exhaust nozzles Three spar wing POWER PLANT Two pod mounted Williams FJ44 2C turbofans each flat rated at 10 68 kN 2 400 lb st at 22 C 72 F with thrust attenuators Integral fuel tank in each wing total capacity 2 245 litres 593 US gallons 494 Imp gallons of which 2 222 litres 587 US gallons 489 Imp gallons are usable overwing gravity refuelling ACCOMMODATION One or two crew on flight deck six passengers in standard centre club layout with refreshment centre on starboard side customised interiors to customer s choice Flight accessible baggage area at rear of cabin other baggage compartments in nose and tailcone Cabin is pressurised heated and air conditioned Six cabin windows per side Main door on port side forward of wing emergency exit starboard aft SYSTEMS Pressurisation system maximum pressure differential 0 61 bar 8 9 Ib sq in Open centre 103 4 bar 1 500 Ib sq in hydraulic system for operation of landing gear flaps speedbrakes and thrast attenuators Vapour cycle air conditioning system Electrical system supplied by battery and two engine driven starter generators Oxygen system capacity 623 litres 22 0 cu ft standard 1 417 litres 50 0 cu ft optional AVIONICS Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21 suite as core system Comms Honeywell CNI 5000 panel mounted radios Radar Rockwell Collins RTA 800 solid state colour weather radar Flight Honeywell KLN 900 GPS FMS VOR DME ADF Rockwell Collins digital autopilot digital air data computer and AHRS standard Instrumentation Two tube EFIS with 203 x 254 mm 8 X 10 in PFD and MFD active matrix LCDs co pilot s PFD optional DIMENSIONS EXTERNAL Wing span 15 19 m 49 ft 10 in Wing aspect ratio 9 4 Length overall 14 53 m 47 ft 8 in Height overall 4 24 m 13 ft 10 3 4 in Tailplane span 6 34 m 20 ft 9 1 2 in Wheel track 4 88 m 16 ft 0 in Wheelbase 5 59 m 18 ft 4 in Passenger door Height 1 29 m 4 ft 2 3 4 in Width 0 60 m 1 ft 11 1 2 in DIMENSIONS INTERNAL Cabin Length overall 5 74 m 18 ft 10 in excl cockpit 4 19 m 13 ft 9 in Max width 1 47 m 4 ft 10 in Max height 1 45 m 4 ft 9 in Baggage volume nose 0 58 m 3 20 4 cu ft cabin 0 11 m 3 4 0 cu ft tailcone 1 42 m 3 50 0 cu ft total 2 11 m 3 74 4 cu ft AREAS Wings gross 24 53 m 2 264 0 sq ft Vertical tail surfaces 4 35 m 2 46 8 sq ft Horizontal tail surfaces 6

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  • Cessna 525B Citation CJ3
    as CJ2 Emergency oxygen system reservoir 1 134 litres 40 0 cu ft Electrical system 28 V DC includes two engine driven generators and one 44 Ah Ni Cd battery Engine bleed air for anti icing of wing leading edges engine air intakes and windscreen and inflation of de icing boots on horizontal leading deges Backup windscreen alcohol de icing AVIONICS Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21 suite as core system Comms Dual VHF 4000 transceivers Dual TDR 94 Mode S transponders Optional CVR Artex C 406 2 ELT Radar As CJ2 Flight Collins NAV 4000 NAV 4500 dual VOR LOC glideslope and MKR single optional second ADF DME 4000 DME AHC 3000 AHRS ADC 3000 ADC FMS 3000 FMS GPS 4000A GPS ALT 4000 radio altimeter Goodrich Skywatch TCAS Goodrich TAWS 8000 Landmark terrain avoidance Maintenance diagnostic system Instrumentation Three tube EFIS with 203 x 254 mm 8x10 in PFD and MFD active matrix LCDs Goodrich GH 3000 standby instruments Smiths standby EHSl DIMENSIONS EXTERNAL Wing span 16 13 m 52 ft 11 in Wing mean chord 1 90 m 6 ft 2 3 4 in Wing aspect ratio 9 5 Length overall 15 60 m 51 ft 2 in fuselage 13 79 m 45 ft 2 3 4 in Height overall 4 60 m 15 ft 1 1 4 in Tailplane span 6 32 m 20 ft 9 in Tailplane mean chord 1 09 m 3 ft 7 in Wheel track 4 88 m 16 ft 0 in Wheelbase 6 10 m 20 ft 0 1 4 in Door Height 1 29 m 4 ft 3 in Max width 0 60 m 1 ft 11 1 2 in Emergency exit width 0 51 m 1ft 8 in DIMENSIONS INTERNAL Cabin Length overall 6 35 m 20 ft 10 in

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  • Cessna 560 Citation Encore
    removal replacement and increased serviceability Description for Citation Ultra applies also to Citation Encore except as follows FLYING CONTROLS Conventional and manual Trim tab on port aileron manually actuated manual rudder trim electric elevator trim tab with manual standby hydraulically actuated Fowler flaps hydraulically actuated airbrake STRUCTURE Two primary one auxiliary metal wing spars four fuselage attachment points conventional ribs and stringers All metal pressurised fuselage with fail safe design providing multiple load paths LANDING GEAR Hydraulically retractable trailing link tricycle type with single wheel on each unit Main units retract inward into the wing nose gear forward Free fall and pneumatic emergency extension systems Goodyear mainwheels with tubeless tyres size 22x8 0 10 12 ply pressure 6 90 bar 100 Ib sq in Steerable nosewheel 20 with Goodyear wheel and tyre size 18x4 4DD 10 ply pressure 8 27 bar 120 Ib sq in Goodyear hydraulic brakes Parking brake and pneumatic emergency brake system Anti skid system standard Minimum ground turning radius about nosewheel 8 38 m 27 ft 6 in POWER PLANT Two Pratt Whitney Canada PW535A turbofans each rated at 15 12 kN 3 400 lb st at 27 C 80 F Integral fuel tank in each wing combined usable capacity 3 047 litres 805 US gallons 670 Imp gallons ACCOMMODATION Standard seating for seven passengers in four forward facing and three aft facing seats or eight passengers in double club arrangement on swivelling and fore aft inboard tracking pedestal seats refreshment centre in forward cabin area lavatory vanity centre with sliding doors to rear metallic plating on cabin fittings veneer overlay on armrests optional pleated window shades and cabin divider mirror standard space in aft section of cabin for 272 kg 600 lb of baggage in addition to baggage compartments in nose and rear fuselage SYSTEMS Pressurisation system supplied with engine bleed air maximum pressure differential 0 69 bar 8 9 lb sq in maintaining a sea level cabin altitude to 7 189 m 23 586 ft or a 2 440 m 8 000 ft cabin altitude to 13 716 m 45 000 ft Hydraulic system pressure 103 5 bar 1 500 Ib sq in with two pumps to operate flaps landing gear speed brakes and thrust reversers Separate hydraulic system for wheel brakes Electrical system supplied by two 28 V 300 A DC starter generators with two 375 VA inverters and 24 V 40 Ah Ni Cd battery Oxygen system of 1 81 m 3 64 cu ft capacity includes two crew demand masks and dropout constant flow masks for passengers Engine fire detection and extinguishing system Bleed air anti icing system for wing leading edges and engine inlets pneumatic de icing boots on tailplane leading edges AVIONICS Standard avionics package based on Honeywell Primus 1000 digital flight control system with integrated avionics computer Comms Dual Honeywell Primus II transceivers dual TDR 94 transponders dual altitude reporting systems and cockpit voice recorder standard Radar Honeywell Primus 660 colour weather radar standard Flight Dual Honeywell Primus

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