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  • Jabiru
    VH JRU to Jabiru Aircraft as the first ST3 short span and fuselage Jabiru SK Quick build kit version of ST components are manufactured alongside production aircraft first was 66th production Jabiru quoted home build time is 600 hours Jabiru SP4 Kit combining longer fuselage of UL 450 with Jabiru 2200 engine and short span wings of SK originally designated SP MTOW 470 kg 1 036 lb stalling speed 39 kt 73 km h 45 mph optimised for Canadian Chilean and South African markets among others Fuel capacity 70 litres 18 5 US gallons 15 4 Imp gallons Jabiru SP6 Company designation of SP4 kit with 89 5 kW 120 hp Jabiru 3300 engine Also known as Jabiru SP3300 MTOW 500kg 1 102 lb Cruising speed 117 kt 217 km h 135 mph Fuel capacity as SP4 or 85 litres 22 5 US gallons 18 7 Imp gallons optional Jabiru SP T Tailwheel version of SP Enlarged rudder mainwheel legs moved forward steerable tailwheel and differential braking Prototype built by Peter Kayne of Narrogin Western Australia Jabiru SP480 Proposed version of SP for JAR VLA certification with maximum take off weight of 480 kg 1 058 lb under development in late 1999 Jabiru Calypso Initially factory built now available only as kit previously known as UL 450 SLA Small Light Aeroplane to UK s now replaced BCAR Section S first aircraft was built in Ireland in 1998 Launched in UK in 2000 and meeting 35 kt 65 km h 41 mph stalling speed requirement Differences from SK include wing span increased by 1 37 m 4 ft 6 in fuselage by 0 61 m 2 ft 0 in flaps by total of 1 83 m 6 ft 0 in and reduced ventral fin Also available with tailwheel as Calypso T Meets FAA LSA 150 plus sold by end 2001 J200 and J400 CUSTOMERS Production of complete and kit aircraft totalled some 535 by December 2002 Sold to 22 countries COSTS Calypso US 20 900 SP US 19 900 2003 both minus engine Flyaway Calypso 2200 US 59 995 April 2002 DESIGN FEATURES Designed to Australian AUFPt 101 55 and British BCAR Section S with reference to FAR Pt 21 and JAR VLA Ultralight or certified aircraft suitable for factory or amateur assembly Unswept wing braced and tailplane swept fin dorsal and ventral fins all flying surfaces square tipped wings detachable for storage and transportation Wing section NASA 4412 drooped wingtips dihedral 1 15 incidence 2 30 no twist FLYING CONTROLS Conventional and manual In flight adjustable pitch trim wide span slotted flaps Original short rudder supplanted by full height rudder also available as retrofit on all versions From 2002 enlarged fin version 3 4 height rudder adopted entire vertical tail being moved further forward STRUCTURE All GFRP except metal wing struts nosewheel assembly and engine mount LANDING GEAR Non retractable tricycle type with 15 steerable nosewheel coupled to rudder Cantilever selfsprung GFRP mainwheel legs rubber block nosewheel shock absorption wheel

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  • JABIRU
    engines for its own and other manufacturers aircraft A factory built SLA version of Jabiru the UL 450 was launched in 2000 The company and aircraft are named for Australia s sole indigenous stork Production averages 100 aircraft and 360 engines per year A prototype of a four seat Jabiru the 1400 first flew in March 2001 and customer deliveries began almost immediately Contact Details Address PO Box 5186 Bundaberg

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  • JUPITER
    SUV coordinates and promotes all necessary works related to the expansion of all types of service lives and approved operating time of engines on on condition basis Jupiter SUV participates in the development testing and certification of newgeneration engines for rotary and fixed wing aircraft Jupiter SUV takes active part in developing automatic control systems for aircraft engines Jupiter SUV performs approved repair of aircraft engine accessories Jupiter SUV has

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  • JURCA
    134 kW 180 hp Textron Lycoming engine and first flew F PJJR in October 1997 Replicas comprise MJ7 Gnatsum two third size Mustang Replica MJ77 Gnatsum three quarter size two seat Mustang early and late style canopies MJ8 three quarter size Fw 190 Replica MJ9 three quarter size Messerschmitt Bf 109 Replica MJ10 three quarter size Spitfire Replica MJ12 three quarter size P 40 Replica MJ100 full size Spitfire Replica prototype first flown 14 October 1994 two others under construction at Prescott Arizona with 1 044 kW 1 480 hp Allison piston engines one with 1 044 kW 1 400 hp derated Rolls Royce Griffon Mk 59 at Annemasse France MJ90 full size Messerschmitt Bf 109 Replica 410 kW 550 hp Double Ranger V12 770C 1 engine MJ80 full size Focke Wulf Fw 190 Replica first under construction in Germany with 895 kW 1 200 hp Pratt Whitney R 1830 radial engine MJ70 full size P 51D Mustang Replica under development by January 1996 will be powered by 1 044 kW 1 400 hp Allison engine Under development in 200 were the MJ11 single seat 119 kW 160 hp biplane based on the Bucker Bu 133 Jungmeister and MJ16 racer

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  • KANEMATSU AEROSPACE CORPORATION
    800s to JASDF specifications Fuji is systems integrator and responsible for U 125 U 125A maintenance Kanematsu is also Japanese distributor for Embraer ERJ 145 Contact Details Address 2 1 Shibaura 1 chome Minato ku Tokyo 105 8005 Japan Tel 81 3 54 40 81 11 Fax 81 3 54 40 65 00 URL www kanematsu co jp A B C D E F G H I J K L

    Original URL path: http://www.aviamarket.org/directory/k/1208-kac.html (2016-02-13)
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  • KAI
    military and commercial sectors Defence industry participation includes KT 1 basic trainer T 50 A 50 advanced trainer Korean Fighter Programme Phase 2 UAVs Korean Multipurpose Helicopter KMH and Maritime Patrol Aircraft MPA programmes In the commercial aircraft sector KAI produces helicopters and exports airframe components Present and recent subcontract work includes A319 A320 wing top panels and A380 bottom panels for Airbus wing rib assemblies for Boeing 747 400 stringers for Boeing 737 747 757 wing trailing edges for Boeing 757 767 horizontal tail surfaces and trailing edges for Bombardier de Havilland Dash 8 long term contracts with Boeing Airbus Vought and Bombardier to produce and supply major aerostructures MoU with Boeing in February 2003 for exclusive manufacture 2004 to 2010 of fuselages for AH 64 Apache attack helicopter potential contarct value US 350 million Signature of MoU between Daewoo and Korean Air Lines KAL announced late August 2003 under which KAL to purchase former s stake in KAI for between 102 and 130 billion won US 86 million to US 110 million within next few months Negotiations with other potential investors notably Hyundai Samsung and EADS continuing in early 2004 Contact Details HEAD OFFICE Seosomun dong Jung gu

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  • KAL
    components for MD 80 90 and Airbus A330 A340 Deliveries of nose sections for Boeing 717 started 28 March 1997 but suspended in 2001 KAL manufactured UH 60P helicopters between 1991 and 1999 under licence from Sikorsky Korean Institute of Aeronautical Technology KIAT established as division of KAL in 1978 has grown to become a major Korean aerospace industry R D centre It is to add a Helicopter Development Research Centre HDRC as a result of October 2001 agreement with Sikorsky to collaborate on KAL s submission in KMH Korea Multirole Helicopter programme Korean MoD s Agency for Defence Development ADD selected in 2002 to manage this programme Official go ahead announced September 2003 as 15 trillion won US 13 billion programme despite continuing concerns over its economic viability about 2 trillion won US 1 7 billion of this to be spent on R D Further concerns over cost voiced by government in November 2003 and re evaluation of programme ordered Aim is to complete development of utility version by 2010 and attack version if still viable by 2012 Draft programme plan was to have been completed by end of 2003 and selection of foreign partner by mid 2004 but programme status remained uncertain in early 2004 As part of Korean industry development programme from 1988 KAL designed and developed Chang Gong 91 light aircraft co developed with McDonnelL Douglas the MD 520K military helicopter derived from the MD 500 is a major member of KFP Korean Fighter Programme wings and rear fuselages for F 16C D and domestically co developed with Daewoo the KAI KT 1 basic trainer for the RoKAF Following prolonged discussions in 2002 03 regarding possible integration of KAL and Korean Aerospace Industries KAI it was announced in late August 2003 that MoU had been signed

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  • KAZAN AVIATION PRODUCTION ASSOCIATION NAMED AFTER GORBUNOV
    achievements of Russian aero space technologies is offered to airlines and leasing companies attention It is being conducted a planned work in mastering the use of the new type of civil aircraft s Tu 330 is the middle wide body cargo aircraft with lifting capacity of 35 tones KAPO n a Gorbunov reclaims the production of the new types of aircraft improves its manufacturing base constantly spares attention to technical

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