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  • AIR
    INVESTOR RESOURCES LLC Contact Details Tel 1 702 682 23 89 URL www epicaircraft com A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y

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  • AIRTECH
    was formed by CASA now part of EADS and IPTN now known as Dirgantara to devepop the CN 235 twin turboprop transport design and production was shared equally The partnership applied only to the Series 10 and Series 100 110 with later versions being developed independently by CASA according to a statement by that company A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O

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  • AM
    in September 1994 to industrialise the programme by transferring it to their existing airliner production company formal announcement was made on 14 June 1995 that Airbus Military Company would be established replacing Euroflag which then disbanded Programme makes use of Airbus procedures and industrial infrastructure and takes advantage of technologies developed for Airbus airliners The projected percentage shares for R D financing at that time were Germany 25 7 France 17 2 UK 15 5 Italy 15 1 Spain 12 4 Turkey 6 9 Belgium 4 1 and Portugal 3 1 By early 1997 the FLA programme had lost development sponsorship by the principal participating governments although military commitments remained subject to the aircraft being produced with commercial funding Programme was weakened during 1997 by unilaternal German negotiations with Ukraine over Antonov An 70 German MoD attempts to involve Russia and Ukraine continued into 1999 but these were not supported by Airbus Industrie which declined to become the prime contractor and assume the commercial risk of a programme based on the An 70 a study commissioned by the German MoD and carried out by DaimlerChrysler Aerospace reached a similar conclusion in September 1998 By mid 2000 senior German government sources were stressing the need for a European solution prompting Airtruck to request assurances that its An 70 was still under consideration Airbus Military submitted responses to the seven nation FLA RFP request for proposals dated September 1997 on 29 January 1999 and to the competitive Future Transport Aircraft FTA RFP issued to Boeing Airbus and Lockheed Martin by Belgium France Spain and the UK on 31 July 1998 Acceptance of A400M was formally announced by all seven members on 27 July 2000 subsequently on 19 June 2001 MoU signed by seven of nine participating nations Belgium France Germany Luxembourg Spain

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  • AMD
    first US produced CH 2000 was completed in January 2000 In January 2001 AMD became agent for the OMF Symphony marketing and assembling aircraft for the North American market On 1 March 2001 AMD first flew the CH 640 kitbuilt which draws on the CH 2000 Contact Details Address 415 Airport Road Heart of Georgia Regional Airport PO Box 639 Eastman Georgia 31023 USA Tel 1 912 374 27 59

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  • AMSAT
    of large Airbus A380 subassemblies from Germany Spain and UK to Toulouse a number of outsize airship projects are currently being studied One such design is the Mantha A B C D E F G H I J K L

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  • AEROMOT AMT-600 GURI
    of same aerofoil section and tricycle landing gear Wings can be removed for storage FLYING CONTROLS Conventional and manual ailerons and elevator operated by pushrods rudder by cables ground adjustable trim tab on rudder and starboard aileron Control surface maximum deflections elevator 22 25 o rudder 28 o flaps 45 o STRUCTURE Generally as for Ximango Wing includes main spar plus rear spar of Z shape to accommodate ailerons and flaps two ribs in each panel at centre section break and tip but three ribs per side at centre section to strengthen walkways Ailerons and flaps have leading and trailing adge spars each with six glass fibre ribs stiffened with foam and aluminium skirt Two fuselage bulkheads only one horizontal one vertical for attachment of tail surfaces Plywood for local strengthening in areas of equipment installations LANDING GEAR Non retractable tricycle type with hydropneumatic trailing link suspension on main units and rubber in compression suspension on nose leg Oldi wheels and brakes Mainwheel tyre size 6 00x6 nosewheel 5 00x5 POWER PLANT One 85 8 kW 115hp Textron Lycoming O 235 NBR flat four driving a two blade Sensenich 72CK 0 50 aluminium propeller Fuel contained in two wing tanks

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  • AMX International
    7in height 4 58m 15ft Oin Wing area 21 0m 2 226 1 sq ft ACCOMMODATION Pilot only seating for two in tandem in trainer ARMAMENT Internal armament of a 20mm six barrel General ElectricM61A1 Vulcan cannon in Italian aircraft two 30mm DEFA cannons in Brazilian aircraft External armament of up to 3800kg 8375lb on four under wing one centreline and two wingtip stations Armaments include wingtip mounted AIM 9 Sidewinder or MAA 1 Piranha AAMs unguided bombs rockets and cluster munitions OPERATORS Brazil Italy HISTORY The AMX consortium resulted from similar air force specifications for a replacement for the G91 and F 104 in ground attack roles in Italian service and the AT 26 Xavante MB 326 in Brazilian service In the late 1970s Aermacchi was working with Embraer on the A X an Xavante replacement while the Italian Air Force issued a formal requirement for a G91 replacement in 1977 Initial work on the AMX began in 1978 when Aeritalia now Alenia teamed with Aermacchi Thus the involvement of Embraer who joined the program in 1980 and who had been working with Aermacchi was a logical development With an initial agreement for 266 production aircraft 79 for Brazil 187 for Italy reached in 1981 development of the AMX gathered pace and the first development prototype flew for the first time on May 15 1984 Construction of the first batch of 30 production aircraft and the design of a two seat AMX T trainer began in mid 1986 while the first production aircraft for Italy first flew in May 1988 Design of the AMX is fairly conservative with power supplied by the proven Spey turbofan Design features include NOTAS controlsand HUD multi function displays INS navigation and ECM with provisionin the nose for FLIR or radar Aermacchi has flown

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  • Antonov An-3
    at the Omsk based Polyot aerospace association The first four upgrades were shipped to the customers in the year 2000 There are three versions offered for sale the An 3 agriculture version equipped with 2 200 litre chemicals tank the An 3T convertible plane capable of carrying 12 passengers in the passenger role or 1 800 kg cargo in the transport version the An 3T 08 forrest patrol aircraft The

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