Wednesday, 5 August 2015

Top 10 Fastest Passenger Air Planes in the World,

Top 10 Fastest Passenger Air Planes in the World, 
with Top Cruising Speed, Travel Range, Cost in USD $, 
Engine Type, Passenger Capacity 


10. Cessna Citation CJ3 – 470 M Ph

The Cessna Citation CJ3 is a light business jet from Cessna. The plane is manufactured in the United States and costs $7.49 million. It has a travel range of 1,875 nautical miles or 3,473 kilometers and can accommodate six passengers. The plane is powered by a couple of Williams FJ 44-3A engines with 2,820 lbf and Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21 avionics. Maximum cruising speed is 478 miles per hour. The plane can climb at a rate of 3,576.07 fpm and can reach a maximum of 45,000 feet.

9. Bombardier CRJ 1000 – 540 M Ph

The Bombardier CRJ 1000 is a light passenger jet from Bombardier Aerospace. The plane is manufactured in Canada and has a price of $46.37 million. It has a travel range of 1,691 nautical miles or 3,132 kilometers and can accommodate 104 passengers. The plane is powered by a couple of General Electric GE CF34-8C5A1 engines with 13,630 horsepower and Rockwell Collins ProLine 4 avionics. It has a maximum cruising speed of 541 miles per hour. The plane has a service ceiling of 41,000 feet and climb at a rate of 2,000 fpm.

8. Gulfstream G550 – 580 MPH

The Gulfstream G550 is a heavy business jet manufactured in the United States. It costs $55 million to $57 million. It has a travel range of 6,750 nautical miles or 12,501 kilometers and can accommodate up to 18 passengers. The plane is boosted by a couple of Rolls Royce BR 710 engines with 15,58 lbf and Honeywell Primus Epic PlaneView avionics. Its maximum cruising speed is 660 miles per hour. Its service ceiling is 51,000 feet and it can climb at a rate of 4,000 fpm.

7. Gulfstream G650 – 610 mph

The Gulfstream G650 is the fastest long-range private charter jet. This heavy business jet is from Gulfstream Aerospace and is made in the United States. It has a travel range of 7,000 nautical miles or 12,964 kilometers and can accommodate up to 18 passengers. It is powered by a couple of Rolls Royce BR 725 A1 12 engines at 16,100 lbf and Honeywell PlaneView 2 Cockpit avionics. The maximum cruising speed is 610 miles per hour and service ceiling is at 51,000 feet. It costs $62 million.

6. Boeing 747 8 – 610 MPh
The Boeing 747 8 is a jumbo passenger jet from The Boeing Company. It is manufactured in the United States and costs $351.4 million. It has a travel range of 8,000 nautical miles or 14,816 kilometers and can accommodate max. 700 passengers. Four General Electric GEnx 2B67 engines with 66,500 lbf and Rockwell Collins avionics power the plane. The maximum cruising speed is 614 miles per hour. Service ceiling of the plane is 43,000 feet.

5. Dassault Falcon 900 EX – 660 MPh

The Dassault Falcon 900 EX is a midsize business jet from Dassault Aviation made in France. This plane costs $36 million. It has a travel range of 3,995 nautical miles or 7,399 kilometers and has a seat capacity of 19 passengers. The plane is powered by three Honeywell TFE 731-60 engines at 5,000 lbf and Dassault 3D EASy Cockpit. Maximum cruising speed is 662 miles per hour. Service ceiling is
39,000 feet with climbing rate of 2,500 fpm.

4. Airbus A380 – 670 MPh

The Airbus A380 is a jumbo passenger jet from Airbus Industrie. It is made in France and costs $318 million. Some of its variants include the A380 700, A380 800 and A380 900 models. All three have maximum cruising speed of 676 miles per hour. The costs range from $301 million to $337.5 million. Can accommodate max. 853 passengers. The 800 and 900 models both have four Rolls Royce Trent 970B engines with 70,000 lbf and Thales Rockwell Honeywell Combo avionics. Both can climb at a rate of 4,500 fpm with service ceiling of 43,000 feet. The 700 model, on the other hand, has four Engine Alliance GP 7270 engines with 70,000 lbf and avionics system similar to its sister models.

3. Cessna Citation X – 700 mph

The Cessna Citation X is a midsize business jet from Cessna in the United States. The plane costs between $20.6 million to 21.5 million. It has a travel range of 3,070 nautical miles or 5,686 kilometers and can accommodate 12 passengers. The plane is powered by a couple of Rolls Royce AE 3007C1 at 6,764 lbf and Honeywell Primus 2000 autopilot avionics. Maximum cruising speed is 700 miles per hour and service ceiling is 51,000 feet. The plane can climb at a rate of 3,650 fpm.

2. Concorde – 1,350 MPh

The Concorde was a turbojet powered supersonic passenger airliner, or what is called as the supersonic transport, or SST. The plane was developed through the collaboration of the British Aircraft Corporation, or BAC, and Aerospatiale. It first came out in 1969 but it officially entered service only in 1976. It flew commercial flights for 27 years before it was retired from service in 2003. Only 20 units were ever built, with 14 being used in the airline industry. The plane costs £23 million in 1977, which is equivalent to around £107 million in today’s economy. British Airways and Air France primarily used the plane, although Braniff International Airways also used it through a short-term lease and Singapore Airlines via a short-term wet lease. It had a maximum cruising speed of 1,354 miles per hour with flight range of 7,250 kilometers. It could accommodate 128 passengers and its service ceiling was 60,000 feet at climb rate speed of 5,000 fpm. Four Rolls Royce/Olympus 593 turbojet engines powered the plane.

1. Tupolev TU 144 – 1,510 mph

The Tupolev TU 144 was a supersonic transport plane from Tupolev OKB. It was produced between 1968 and 1984, though only 55 flights were completed because of its poor safety record. It was also used for cargo until 1983. The plane could accommodate 140 passengers and was utilized primarily by Aeroflot. Service ceiling was at 65,600 feet at a climb rate of 9,840 fpm. The plane had four Kolesov RD-3651 turbojet engines.















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Saturday, 4 April 2015

Raytheon Hawker 800 (formerly BAe 125) Mid-size Corporate Jet Aircraft

Raytheon Hawker 800





Raytheon Hawker 800 (formerly BAe 125) Mid-size Corporate Jet Aircraft

General characteristics

Crew: 2 Pilots
Capacity: 8 passengers , 14 maximum
Length: 51 ft 2 in (15.6 m)
Wingspan: 54 ft 4 in (16.5 m)
Height: 18 ft 1 in (5.5 m)
Empty weight: 15,670 lb (7,108 kg)
Max. takeoff weight: 28,000 lb (12,701 kg)
Powerplant: 2 × Honeywell TFE731-5BR turbofan, 4660 lbf (20,700 N) each
Performance

Never exceed speed: Mach 0.80
Maximum speed: 448 kts (514 mph) 830 km/h
Cruise speed: 402 kts (463 mph) 745 km/h
Stall speed: 170 km/h ()
Range: 2,642 nm (4,893 km) 3,040 mi
Service ceiling: 41,000 ft (12,497 m)
Rate of climb: 9.9 m/s (1948.8 ft/min)





Raytheon Hawker 800Mid-size corporate Jet


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Thursday, 2 April 2015

Gulfstream G-200 Twin Engined Mid-Size Business Business Jet Aircraft

 AircraftG-200 Twin Engined Mid-Size Business Business Jet Aircraft Aircraft

The Gulfstream G-200 Twin Engined Mid-Size Business Business Jet Aircraft Aircraft200 was one of the first private Business Jet Aircrafts in the Gulfstream G-200 Twin Engined Mid-Size Business Business Jet Aircraft Aircraftseries, Business Jet Aircrafts that would become top competitors in the super-midsize category. The newly-formed Galaxy Aerospace Corp, a division of Israel Aviation Industries (IAI), became a major contender in the private Business Jet Aircraft category with the Gulfstream G-200 Twin Engined Mid-Size Business Business Jet Aircraft Aircraft200; this Business Jet Aircraft continues to compete today with the more recent G450 and G550. The Gulfstream G-200 Twin Engined Mid-Size Business Business Jet Aircraft Aircraft200 has everything that could be desired in a private Business Jet Aircraft: great range, cabin size, and speed. It’s the ideal Business Jet Aircraft for completing long-range missions rapidly and comfortably.

The cabin of the Gulfstream G-200 Twin Engined Mid-Size Business Business Jet Aircraft Aircraft200 can be configured to hold anywhere between eight and nineteen seats. The cabin itself is 24.4 feet long, 7.2 feet wide and 6.3 feet high. Optional additions include a radio phone, entertainment systems, and interior design upgrades. There are power outlets available for any piece of office equipment in addition to an outlet for each passenger. There is 125 cubic feet of baggage space available in an external compartment, able to contain up to 2,400 pounds. An added bonus of the Gulfstream G-200 Twin Engined Mid-Size Business Business Jet Aircraft Aircraft200, having been designed in the extreme temperatures of Israel, is its capacity to maintain a cool cabin. According to Galaxy Aircraft Corp, the Gulfstream G-200 Twin Engined Mid-Size Business Business Jet Aircraft Aircraft200 can cool the cabin to 75ºF on a 113ºF day. Both the cabin and the cockpit have separate climate controls, and the air in the temperature control system continually provides the passengers with fresh air instead of recirculated air.

Two Pratt & Whitney PW306A engines power the Gulfstream G-200 Twin Engined Mid-Size Business Business Jet Aircraft Aircraft200, each flat-rated to 6,040 pounds of thrust. These engines are very similar to the PW305 engines used successfully on the LearBusiness Jet Aircraft 60 and the Hawker 1000. They have the same high standards of performance but put out 785 more pounds of thrust.

The Gulfstream G-200 Twin Engined Mid-Size Business Business Jet Aircraft Aircraft200 can climb directly to an altitude of 37,000 feet in nineteen minutes. For a long range cruise, it travels at 430 knots at an altitude of 41,000 feet; for a high speed cruise, it travels at 470 knots (.82 Mach) at 39,000 feet. The cabin is rated to 8.9 psi, meaning it can maintain a sea level cabin at 23,000 feet, or an 8,000 foot cabin at its maximum flight level of 45,000 feet. With a range of 3,910 miles (3,400 nautical miles), the Gulfstream G-200 Twin Engined Mid-Size Business Business Jet Aircraft Aircraft200 is ideal for long-range transcontinental or transoceanic missions.

The airframe of the Gulftstream 200 was designed to be as aerodynamic as possible with the help of 3-D computer-aided structural analysis programs. The main structures are made out of aluminum alloys, titanium, and steel; composites are used for some secondary structures. Fuel is stored in three fuel tanks – one on each wing and one in the belly of the aircraft. The fuel levels of the three tanks are automatically equalized by gravity interconnect valves.

The heavy load of the wings makes the Gulfstream G-200 Twin Engined Mid-Size Business Business Jet Aircraft Aircraft200 fly evenly in all conditions. A long-travel trailing link landing gear smooths out taxiing and landings. Hydraulically-powered carbon anti-skid brakes and a 100º pivot radius of the nosewheel provide for excellent ground handling.

The required runway distance for takeoff at sea level is 6,083 feet with standard loading, or 6,342 feet when loaded to its maximum takeoff weight (MTOW) of 35,450 pounds. At an altitude of 5,000 feet and a temperature of 77ºF, the takeoff distance increases to 9,800 feet.

Galaxy Aerospace Corp selected the Collins Pro Line 4 avionics suite for the Gulfstream G-200 Twin Engined Mid-Size Business Business Jet Aircraft Aircraft200’s cockpit. A central EICAS (Engine Indicator and Crew Alert System) screen is surrounded by four smaller screens that display flight and systems information. Standard devices include dual ARINC 429 Pro Line Communication/Navigation/Identification radios with dual DMEs and ADEs, a single AlliedSignal GNS-X/EX FMS (Flight Management System), a WXR-840 solid-state weather radar diagnostic computer, digital autopilot, digital air data and attitude/heading reference system. Practically any additional equipment can be added if desired.

It’s not every day that an early-generation private Business Jet Aircraft turns out to be such a success, but the Gulfstream G-200 Twin Engined Mid-Size Business Business Jet Aircraft Aircraft200 is a definite exception to that rule. Few other super midsize private Business Jet Aircrafts can fly eight passengers 3,680 miles (3,200 nautical miles) at .80 Mach. For that matter, few first-generation private Business Jet Aircrafts are so reliable. The success of the Gulfstream G-200 Twin Engined Mid-Size Business Business Jet Aircraft Aircraft200 was unanticipated by the private Business Jet Aircraft industry, and continues to perform at high standards of excellence.


















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Monday, 30 March 2015

Yunshuji Aircraft Corporation China

Yunshuji Aircraft Corporation China





Yakovlev Yak-42 Short Range Airliner


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Yunshuji 7 Chinese variation of Antonov AN24 

The Xian Y-7 is an Air Transport Aircraft built in China. 
It is based on the Soviet-designed Antonov AN 24 series. 

Top speed: 500 KM / H
Range: 900 KM / 500 NM
Wingspan: 30 M
Weight: 15,000 KG
Length: 25
Cruise speed: 400 KM / H
Engine : Turbo Prop




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Yakovlev Yak-40 Regional jet Airliner,
Yakovlev Yak-42 Short-range Airliner,
Yunshuji 10 Chinese variation of Boeing 707 - Development program aborted,

Yunshuji 7 Chinese variation of Antonov AN24

Yunshuji 7 Chinese variation of Antonov AN24 

The Xian Y-7 is an Air Transport Aircraft built in China. 
It is based on the Soviet-designed Antonov AN 24 series. 

Top speed: 500 KM / H
Range: 900 KM / 500 NM
Wingspan: 30 M
Weight: 15,000 KG
Length: 25
Cruise speed: 400 KM / H
Engine : Turbo Prop