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  • Cessna 560XL Citation Excel
    of Citation X s fuselage providing eight seat cabin with stand up headroom dual ventral strakes FLYING CONTROLS AS Citation Encore LANDING GEAR Hydraulically retractable tticycle type with single wheel on each unit trailing link suspension on main legs Mainwheel tyre size 23 5 x 8 0 10 12 ply tubeless pressure 14 48 bar 210 lb sq in mechanically steerable nosewheel 20 with chined tyre size 18x4 4DD 10 ply tubeless pressure 8 96 bar 130 lb sq in Hydraulic multiple disc carbon brakes with anti skid and pneumatic emergency system POWER PLANT Two 16 92 kN 3 800 lb st Pratt Whitney Canada PW545A turbofans Nordam clamshell type thrust reversers standard Integral fuel tank in each wing usable capacity 3 808 litres 1 006 US gallons 838 Imp gallons single point pressure refuelling ACCOMMODATION Choice of four standard seating configurations for up to 10 passengers in various layouts seals recline swivel and track forward and aft and laterally forward refreshment centre and cupboard aft lavatory and centreline cupboard Airstair door on port side aft of flight deck Baggage compartment in rear fuselage capacity 317 5 kg 700 lb with external access door incorporating integral step SYSTEMS Honeywell RE 100 XL APU optional from c n 5021 mid 1999 onwards and retrofittable to earlier aircraft Pressurisation system maximum differential 0 64 bar 9 3 lb sq in maintaining a sea level cabin altitude to 7 690 m 25 230 ft or a 2 070 m 6 800 ft cabin altitude to 13 715 m 45 000 ft Hydraulic system pressure 103 5 bar 1 500 lb sq in with two enginedriven pumps to operate landing gear flaps horizontal stabiliser speed brakes and thrust reversers separate hydraulic system for wheel brakes and anti skid Electrical system suppliedby two 28 V 300 A DC starter generators with 24 V 44 Ah Ni Cd battery Vapour cycle air conditioning system standard APU optional Oxygen system capacity 2 15 m 3 76 cu ft with pressure demand masks for crew and dropout constant flow masks for passengers Engine inlets and wing leading edges supplied by engine bleed air for anti icing tailplane has de icer boots fin unprotected electrically heated windscreen and cockpit side windows with PPG SurfaceSeal coating for rain dispersal with electric blower assistance AVIONICS Standard Honeywell Primus 1000 integrated digital avionics suite with lC 600 avionics computer as core system Rockwell Collins system optional Comms Dual Honeywell SRZ 850 transceivers dual XS 852B Mode S transponders Artex 110 4 ELT L3 communications FA2100 CVR airborne telephone system Radar Honeywell Primus 880 colour weather radar Flight Dual Honeywell NV 850 dual DM 850 DME single DF 850 ADF long range navigation management system incorporating GPS and Honeywell AA 300 radio altimeter Instrumentation Three tube EFIS with 178 x 203 mm 7 x 8 in CRT screens composing dual primary flight displays PFDs showmg attitude heading and all air data information and single multifunction display MFD for map plan weather and checklist

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  • Cessna Citation Mustang
    avoid penetration of pressure vesseL Semi monocoque fuselage of frames and stringers with sheet metal skin forward and aft pressure bulkheads LANDING GEAR Nosewheel type retractable Single wheel on each leg Trailing link mainwheels retract inwards nosewheel forwards hydraulic actuation Manually steerable nosewheel Disc brakes with anti skid on mainwheels POWER PLANT TWO pod mounted Pratt Whitney Canada PW615F turbofans each rated at 6 00 kN 1 350 lb st at ISA 15 C with dual channel FADEC ACCOMMODATION TWO pilots on flight deck four passengers in club configuration in cabin rearmost pair of seats have centre console with single 12 V DC power outlet dual cup holders and storage area Door port side ahead of wing emergency exit starboard over wing Chemical lavatory with privacy curtain opposite door Recessed central aisle storage and refreshments cabinets behind each pilot s seat facing cabin Nose and aft baggage compartments both unpressurised with external port side access only Cabin pressuirised to 0 57 bar 8 3 Ib sq in giving 2 440 ra 8 000 ft environment at 12 500 m 41 000 ft Air conditioning vents in cabin sidewalk SYSTEMS Electrical system supplied by two starter generators via left and right busses separate emergency bus Hydrauhc system for landing gear actuation icing protection for wing tailplane windscreen and engine air intakes certified for flight into known icing Vapour cycle air conditioning system with distribution via sidewalls and overhead panels AVIONICS Garmin G1OOO as core system Comms Dual VHF COM Mode S transponder dual audio controls Flight Dual VHF NAV LOC GS GPS ADF DME marker beacon receiver flight director digital AHRS three axis autopilot with yaw damper air data computer traffic terrain awareness systems Instrumentation Dual 25 4 cm 10 in active matrix LCD screens for MFD functions single 38 1

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  • Cessna 680 Citation Sovereign
    Germany which has ordered one Firm orders totalled more than 100 by August 2003 COSTS US 13 523 million typically equipped 2003 DESIGN FEATURES Design goals included large cabin good short field performance and US coast to coast range Low wing with sweptback leading edge mid mounted tailplane with leading edge sweepback podded engines on rear fuselage shoulders New wing design sweepback 16 18 at leading edge 12 42 at quarter chord dihedral 3 Mid mounted tailplane sweepback 17 36 at leading edge dihedral 0 FLYING CONTROLS Conventional Five hydraulically actuated spoiler panels per wing three centre panels function as roll spoilers variable position speedbrakes and ground spoilers inner and outboard panels function as variable speedbrakes and ground spoilers Trim tabs in ailerons and rudder trimmable tailplane yaw damper STRUCTURE Primarily metal Fokker Aerostructures of the Netherlands selected in 2000 to manufacture the tail surfaces of production aircraft LANDING GEAR Hydraulically retractable tricycle type with twin wheels on trailing link main units and nosewheel main units retract inboard nosewheel forwards Carbon brakes anti skid standard hydraulically boosted nosewheel steering POWER PLANT Two Pratt Whibiey Canada PW306C turbofans with FADEC each developing 25 3 kN 5 686 lb St flat rated to ISA 15 C target type thrust reversers Integral fuel tanks in wings total usable capacity 6 091 litres 1 609 US gallons 1 340 Imp gallons singlepoint pressure fuelling ACCOMMODATION Crew of two on flight deck and up to 12 passengers in cabin standard accommodation for eight passengers in double club arrangement with forward galley and aft lavatory Fully dimmable LED cabin lighting Baggage compartment in tailcone with external access Cabin is pressurised heated and air conditioned Airstair door at front on port side one emergency exit on starboard side above the wing SYSTEMS Pressurisation system maximum differential 0 64 bar 9 3 lb sq in and air conditioning system supplied by engine bleed air pressurisation system maintains sea level cabin to 7 690 m 25 230 ft closed centre hydraulic system pressure 207 bar 3 000 lb sq in for operation of landing gear nosewheel steering braking system spoilers and thrast reversers 28 V DC split bus electrical system supplied by two 400 A starter generators and two AC alternators Honeywell RE100 APU certified for in flight operation up to 9 145 m 30 000 ft and Honeywell environmental control and cabin pressure control systems Oxygen system standard Wing and tailplane leadingedges and engine inlets anti iced by engine bleed air electrically anti iced windscreens and air data probes AVIONICS Honeywell Primus Epic as core system Comms L 3 Communications CVR standard Radar Honeywell Primus 880 colour weather radar Flight VOR ILS ADF GPS dual NZ 2000 FMS TAWS TCASII and three axis autopilot standard Instrumentation Four tube EFIS with 203 x 254 mm 8 X 10 in active matrix quartz PFD MFD and EICAS displays Max Viz EVS2000 enhanced visibility system optional DIMENSIONS EXTERNAL Wing span 19 24 m 63 ft 1 1 2 in Wing aspect

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  • Cessna 750 Citation X
    2003 DESIGN FEATURES Optimised for high maximum operating Mach number US transcontinental and transatlantic range Design generally as for Citation VII but with greater angles of sweepback on all flying surfaces and of increased size and weight Wing sweepback at quarter chord 37 dihedral 2 FLYING CONTROLS Dual hydraulically powered controls with manual reversion One piece all moving tailplane twopiece rudder lower portion hydraulically powered upper portion electrically powered speed brakes spoilers with manual back up Five spoiler panels per wing operating in combination as aileron augmentors airbrakes and lift dumpers STRUCTURE Alloy fuselage Thick wing skins milled from solid all control surfaces spoilers speedbrakes wing fairings and flaps are of composites construction LANDING GEAR Trailing link main units each with twin wheels powered anti skid carbon brakes hydraulically steerable nose unit with twin wheels Main tyres 26x6 6R14 14 ply tubeless nose tyres 16x4 4D 6 or 10 ply tubeless POWER PLANT TWO Rolls Royce AE 3007C 1 turbofans each rated at 30 01 kN 6 764 lb st for take off pod mounted on sides of rear fuselage FADEC Hydraulically operated target type thrust reversers standard Fuel contained in flnree separate tanks one in each outer wing and one in centre section forward fairing combined usable capacity 1 306 litres 1 930 US gallons 1 607 Imp gallons Two independent fuel supply systems fuel is fed from centre tank to wing tanks single point and over wing refuelling ACCOMMODATION Crew of two on separate flight deck and up to 12 passengers interior custom designed cabin is pressurised heated and air conditioned heated and pressurised baggage compartment in rear fuselage with external door Windscreen electrically heated and demisted SYSTEMS Pressurisation system maximum pressure differential 0 64 bar 9 3 Ib sq in maintains 2 440 m 8 000 ft cabin altitude at 15 545 m 51 000 ft Dual isolated hydraulic systems pressure 207 bar 3 000 lb sq in maintained by pressure compensated pumps Splitbus electrical system is powered by two engine driven 400 A DC generators plus an APU driven 400 A DC generator usable to FL310 with two 24 V 44 Ah Ni Cd batteries wiring designed to minimise susceptibility of critical systems to HIRF interference Wing and tail leading edges and engine inlets heated by engine bleed air for ice protection wing cuffs pitot static system AoA system and windscreen electiically heated Oxygen system capacity 2 15 m 3 76 cu ft with pressure demand masks for crew and dropout mask for each passenger AVIONICS Honeywell Primus 2000 dual digital autopilot flight director ElCAS as core system Comms Dual Honeywell RCZ 833 communication units with 25 kHz and 8 33 kHz channel spacing dual RM 855 radio management units dual AV 850 audio control panels single Honeywell KHF 950 HF with provision for second dual Mode S transponders Coltech CSD 714 Selcal Honeywell airborne traffic information system APIS L 3 Communications FA2100 CVR threefrequency ELT Radar Honeywell Primus 880 colour weather radar Flight Dual Honeywell

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  • CMK-AERO
    spare parts Sales of virtually all types of Russian made fixed wing aircraft and rotorcraft deliveries of spare parts systems components and sets Warranty servicing Field maintenance Overhaul repair of aircraft equipment Highly qualified personnel with broad experience International business Permanent support to our customers and buyers in Europe Africa Asia and America We are always at your disposal and open to new contacts If you would like to know

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  • COBRA
    Aircraft Sales subsequently formed Cobra Aviation for marketing of Arrow and Explorer Contact Details Address 40 Industry Place Bayswater Victoria 3153 Australia A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R

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  • COMMANDER
    14 13 13 21 10 and seven none in final quarter In March 2000 Commander announced the introduction of the 115 an updated and refined replacement for the 114 Factory floor area 9 638 m 2 103 742 sq ft Commander has over 140 authorised service centres worldwide commander filed for Cgapter 11 bankruptcy protection on 27 December 2002 citing US 1 million cash flow shortfall and US 3 7

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  • COMPACT INTELLECTUAL TECHNOLOGIES CENTER
    services provided include Rapid prototyping special unit assisted model and prototype generation by layer after layer application of semimelted ABS plastic thread in conformity to the initial information in the form of CAD geometry Silicone mould vacuum casting efficient small batch production of parts made of polyurethane resins with physical and mechanical properties similar to widespread plastics Gauging and checking out operations including 3D scanning and measuring tool field calibration

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