Our Fleet


We operate our aircrafts with full confidence that our customer are protected. We maintain our aircrafts with the best aircraft mechanic and maintenance facilities available. We believe in using the highest grade oil, quality fuel and genuine parts.


CESSNA 402

The Cessna 401 and 402 are series of 6 to 10 place, light twin, piston engine aircraft. This line was manufactured by Cessna from 1966 to 1985 under the name Utiliner and Businessliner. All seats are easily removable so that the aircraft can be used in an all-cargo configuration.

Neither the Cessna 401 nor the 402 were pressurized, nor were they particularly fast for the installed horsepower. Instead, Cessna intended them to be inexpensive to purchase and operate.




General characteristics
Crew: One or two
Capacity: Up to 9 passengers depending on configuration
Length: 36 ft 5 in (11.09 m)
Wingspan: 44 ft 2 in (13.45 m)
Height: 11 ft 6 in (3.49 m)
Wing area: 225.8 ft² (21.0 m²)
Airfoil: NACA 23018 (root) NACA 23015 (tip)
Empty weight: 4,069 lb (1,845 kg)
Loaded weight: 6,865 lb (3,114 kg)
Useful load: 2781 lb (1262 kg)
Max. takeoff weight: 6,850 lb (3,107 kg)
Powerplant: 2 × Continental TSIO-520-VB turbocharged, fuel-injected piston engines, 325 hp (240 kW) each

Performance
Never exceed speed: 230 kts (266 mph, 428 km/h)
Maximum speed: 230 kts (266 mph, 428 km/h)
Stall speed: 71 kts (82 mph, 132 km/h)
Range: 1,273 nm (1,467 mi, 2,360 km)
Service ceiling: 26,900 ft (8,200 m)
Rate of climb: 1,450 ft/min (7,36 m/s)
Wing loading: 30.3 lb/ft² (148 kg/m²)
Power/mass: 10.5 lb/hp (0.15 kW/kg)

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BN Islander




The Britten-Norman BN-2 Islander is a 1960s British light utility aircraft, regional airliner and cargo aircraft designed and originally manufactured by Britten-Norman of the United Kingdom. The Islander is one of the best-selling commercial aircraft types produced in Europe. Although designed in the 1960s, over 750 are still in service with commercial operators around the world. The aircraft is also used by the British Army and Police forces in the United Kingdom and is a light transport with over 30 military aviation operators around the world.

After Fairey Aviation acquired the Britten-Norman company, their Islanders and Trislander aircraft were built in Romania, then shipped to Avions Fairey for finishing and then flown to the UK for flight certification. The Islander is also known for servicing the two airports joined by the shortest scheduled flight in the world, a leg of Loganair's inter-island service, Loganair Flight 353, from Papa Westray Airport to Westray Airport. The distance is 1.7 mi (2.7 km) and the scheduled flight time including taxiing is two minutes.

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