Sunday, October 17, 2010
Pride Airplanes of our homeland (Indonesia)
The CASA/IPTN CN-235 is a medium-range twin-engined transport plane that was jointly developed by CASA of Spain and IPTN of Indonesia ( Now Indonesia Aerospace ) as a regional airliner and military transport. Its primary military roles include maritime patrol, surveillance, and air transport. Its largest user is Turkey which has 61 SV-235 aircraft.
In Indonesia there are 3 version :
1 and 2 . CN-235 Civil and Military version
The CN-235-220 Civil Version is a multiple commuter and utility aircraft in the regional transport. This aircraft readily meets all the requirements for passenger and utility operations. It offers : multi-role, quiets conversion capability, low operating costs, independent operation from ground equipment, short take-off and landing capability on short and unimproved runways.
As the CN-235 is a multipurpose aircraft, this also designed to fulfill the requirements of all light cargo military/civil operations.
The significant characteristic are as follows : quick turn around time, quick change from passenger configuration to cargo configuration, quick change from civil version to military version, STOL feature and outstanding performance in hot and high take off conditions, able to operate on unprepared airstrip, and easy maintenance.
3. CN-235 Maritime Patrol Aircraft
IAe’s CN 235-220 Maritime Patrol Aircraft is an efficient and cost-effective for detecting, locating, classifying, identifying and recording targets to satisfy numerous missions, as well as :
Exclusive Economic Zone Control
Pollution Control and Monitoring
Marine Traffic Control
Search and Rescue
Prevention of Smuggling, Terrorism and Piracy
Anti Surface Vessel / Anti Submarine Warfare
Protecting the Sovereignty of the Country
The CN 235-220 sophisticated and advanced multi purpose platform is an optimal combination of medium range capability, spacious cabin and fully integrated mission avionics.
With its pressurized cabin and two high powered General Electric CT7-9C engines driving four bladed Hamilton Standard Propeller, the aircraft's 4,000 kg fuel capacity allows a flight endurance of between 8 to 10 hours.
These features, together with its Short Take-off and Landing (STOL) capability and Maximum Take-Off Weight (MTOW) of 16,100 kg, will meet above mention mission requirements.
The Operators :
Korean Air Force Military Transport & V I P
TUDM Malaysia Military Transport & V I P
Pakistan Air Force Military Transport & V I P
UAE Air Force Military Transport & V I P
Royal Brunei Air Force Military Transport
Indonesian Air Force Military Transport & MPA
Burkina Faso Military Transport
Merpati Nusantara Airlines Passenger Transport
Air Venezuela Passenger Transport
Asian Spirit (the Philippines) Passenger Transport
MOAC Thailand Rain Making
2.Able to Operate on Unprepared Airfields
3.Easy Loading and Unloading Operations through Ramp Door
4.Low Maintenance Cost
6.High Visibility Windscreen
3.Maritime Patrol Aircraft
4.Anti Submarine Warfare
Take-off Distance 1,037 m
Landing Distance 1,068 m
Max Speed 230 knots
Long Range Speed 213 knots
Service Ceiling (AEO) 7,924 m
Overall Span 25.81 m
Overall Length 21.40 m
Overall Height 8.17 m
Wheel Tack 3.90 m
Wheel Base 6.92 m
Cabin Volume 41.88 m3
Two General Electric CT7-9C Turboprop Engines
Two four-bladed Hamilton Standard HS 14 RF-21 propellers
- Max. Taxi Weight 16,550 kg
- Max. Take-off Weight 16,500 kg
- Max. Landing Weight 16,500 kg
- Max. Zero Fuel Weight 15,400 kg
- Max. Fuel Capacity 4,000 kg
Posted by Ariscynatha Putra Ingpraja at 4:58 PM