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NORAM PUBLICATIONS LTD • VOL. 1 NO.6 DECEMBER 2009 FREE MAGAZINE website: aircraftsellbuy.com email: email@example.com PM 40715560 phone: 604-925-5228 Ed’s Aerodrome By: Ed Anderson Beechcraft Staggerwing Said to be the Rolls-Royce of biplanes, this near rare all-time American classic was designed and developed as a luxury business executive transport, through the col- laborative efforts of businessman Walter H. Beech and aircraft designer T.A. “Ted” Wells. A prototype Beechcraft Model 17 was first flown on November 4th 1932. Sleek, fast and sassy, the first production model, B17L was to be the forerunner of a standard-setting private four-passenger aircraft. A unique signature design and style was highlighted by the unusual wing layout, having the upper wing inversely staggered by nearly 26 inches behind the lower wing, providing excellent visi- bility to the pilot, and low stall characteristics to the aircraft. A large powerful radial engine housed up front, retractable undercarriage, solid wing struts and tapered fuselage nicely finished a tomorrow-like streamlined appearance. The moniker “Staggerwing”, as the story goes, originated at an air show in Miami, FL in 1933, when the commentator made the remark during a high-speed pass “look at that neg- ative staggerwing Beechcraft go”, hence the forever accepted nickname “Staggerwing”, now readily associated with the venerable D17S. The mid-1930s forward saw the Models B17 undergo an extensive redesign to create the D17 Staggerwing. These modifications not only improved the ruggedness, power and speed, but also enhanced the overall performance of the hand- crafted, luxurious cabin biplane. Gaining wide recognition and accept- ance the Beech Aircraft Corporation produced, between 1933 and 1949, 785 units, all versions, civilian and military with the D17S being the most numerous and broadly used. Pictured herewith is a 1938 Beech D17S Staggerwing, Tail #18777, s/n 200 from this year’s Fly-In and Sport Convention at Arlington, WA. Stats on the D17S generally are as follows: • Powerplant - P&W R985-AN-1 or AN-3 Wasp JR. (450-HP) • Empty Weight - 2540 lbs • Loaded Weight - 4250 lbs • Height - 8 feet • Max. Speed - 212 mph • Cruise Speed - 202 mph • Landing Speed - 45 mph • Range - 670 miles • Service Ceiling - 25,000 feet • Rate of Climb - 1500 ft/min Story and Photo By: Ed Anderson Everything Aircraft Page 2 December 2009 From the Editor . . . . Bob Landry Everything Aircraft Aviation Humor? It’s that time of the year The following are accounts of actual Vol.1, No. 6 December 2009 when you are starting to wind exchanges between airline pilots and con- Publisher: NorAm Publications Ltd. down flying your aircraft, if your trol towers around the world. Editor: Robert (Bob) Landry E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org a fairweather flyer. 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The Cessna Flight Training System is available through the global Cessna Pilot Center network of flight schools. “The new training program is a key component of Ta l k t o u s a b o u r o u r N E W Cessna’s effort to make flying more accessible and to re-energize pilot training,” said Tom Aniello, coverage & price options! Cessna’s vice president of Marketing. “The AOPA convention is the perfect venue to really show off this new tool since these are the people closest to the training environment.” “This new training program coupled with the antici- Telephone Online pated deliveries of Cessna’s new light sport aircraft, 1 - 8 8 8 - 9 1 7 - 11 7 7 w ww.parkaviation.ca the 162 Skycatcher, make this a complete package for anyone who wants to learn to fly,” Aniello said. Cessna Nears 300th Citation The major advantages of the Cessna Flight Training Mustang Delivery System are that it’s Web-based for maximum cus- tomer flexibility, and it incorporates customizable TAMPA, Fla., Nov. 5, 2009 - Cessna Aircraft scenarios for maximum instructor flexibility. Company, a Textron Inc. (NYSE: TXT) company, today announced at the annual Aircraft Owners and The Web-based system keeps track of every aspect Pilots Association convention that it is nearing of training. The customer can access training mate- delivery of its 300th Citation Mustang. rials from any location where they have access to the Internet. And since the program is Web-based, “The Citation Mustang order book has remained changes and updates can be made instantly, with no fairly resilient during the past year. The aircraft con- replacement materials to distribute. tinues to set the mark for entry level business jet operations around the world,” said Roger Whyte, The Cessna Flight Training System also allows an Cessna senior vice president, Sales and Marketing. instructor to customize the program to meet the “It has found success in air taxi and charter opera- requirements of the local training environment tions, in flight departments, in training organiza- while not compromising the integrity of the training tions as well as with owner-operators.” system. A fleet of more than 280 Mustangs through the end Cessna Pilot Centers are flight training affiliates of the third quarter of this year had amassed more that use Cessna’s proprietary training curriculum than 55,000 flight hours since the first delivery in and Cessna aircraft. There are more than 280 in the early 2007. Cessna will deliver its 300th Mustang in United States and around the world, offering cus- early 2010. tomers an array of services including flight training. The Citation Mustang is the world’s first fully certi- More information can be found at www.cess- fied entry-level business jet. Coming in at under $3 naflighttraining.com. million (2009 delivery), the Mustang features Garmin avionics, Pratt & Whitney Canada engines and boasts a 1,200-nautical mile range. Everything Aircraft Page 4 December 2009 Cessna Poised to Deliver First Skycatcher LSA This Year T AMPA, Fla., Nov. 5, 2009 - Cessna Aircraft 560 Anne St. N. Barrie, Ontario, L4M 4S4 705-722-6209 or 705-722-3522 Company, a Textron Inc. (NYSE: TXT) com- w w w . a i r c r a f t s a l e s . c a pany, said today it will deliver the first Model 162 Skycatcher Light Sport Aircraft to the first cus- tomer of the model later this year. The customer, Buy Avgas Wholesale! Rose Pelton of Wichita, Kan., will use the aircraft to when you tie-down or pursue her private pilot’s license. maintain your airplane at Springwater Aircraft Sales! “When I first saw the Skycatcher mockup at Oshkosh in 2007, I knew that was the aircraft I We are a full service aircraft sales company with our own wanted to learn to fly in,” Pelton said. “I couldn’t be Maintenance facilities. We offer a full range of Maintenance more excited to own the first Skycatcher.” on Canadian and US Registered aircraft services including: Rose is the wife of Cessna Chairman, President and • Periodic and Annual Inspections Canadian and US CEO Jack J. Pelton. Registered aircraft. The Model 162 Skycatcher is a two-place, single- • Import and Export for Canada and the United both ITRAN engine piston, high-wing aircraft in the Light Sport and Export C of A. Aircraft category, defined in the United States as an aircraft with a gross weight under 1,320 pounds and • Airframe overhaul and major inspections. with a top speed of no more than 120 knots. LSAs • Detailed Pre-Purchase Inspections, we travel any where. are built to ASTM International standards. • We do complete strip and paint on singles and twin engine The 162 is powered by a Continental O-200D 100- aircraft. hp air-cooled, carbureted engine and a fixed-pitch propeller. The aircraft will cruise at speeds up to 118 • Paint refurbishing, detailing and touch up including fibre- knots and will have a maximum range of 470 nauti- glass repaits. cal miles. The Cessna 162 Skycatcher features a Garmin G300 avionics system. Information is pre- • Complete interior replacement or partial refurbishment. sented in a single, split-screen primary flight display (PFD) and multi-function display (MFD), or as two • Complete ground up restoration, major and minor modifica full-screen displays with an optional second screen. tions including: The Skycatcher will be capable of Visual Flight • Propeller STC’s Rules/Day/Night operations. • Engine STC’s Cessna, in association with King Schools, has also • Float Installation developed a new Web-based training system for • Wing Tip Extensions sport and private pilot certificates that will be avail- • VG’s Kit able through the Cessna Pilot Center network of flight schools. • We do quality work at reasonable prices with a minimum of down time. Cessna launched its Skycatcher program at AirVenture Oshkosh in 2007 and has since amassed • We have pilots qualified on most types who can pickup or more than 1,000 orders. deliver anywhere in North America. ### Let us help you buy your next airplane get a detailed low cost Pre-Purchase when we act as your agent! Don’t get Based on unit sales, Cessna Aircraft Company is the burned! world’s largest manufacturer of general aviation air- planes. In 2008, Cessna delivered 1,301 aircraft, We appreciate your business! Call us for a quote. If including 467 Citation business jets, and reported your airplane is for sale, call us or email; revenues of about $5.662 billion. Since the company was originally established in 1927, some 192,000 email@example.com Cessna airplanes have been delivered around the world, including more than 5,700 Citations, making it the largest fleet of business jets in the world. 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Fly.Garmin.com eliminates the hassle of “unlock codes.” Garmin’s Touchscreen aera™ Series Those who have purchased the aera 550 or aera 560 will receive one Takes Pilots from Runway to Roadway year complimentary aviation database updates for NavData, obsta- cles, terrain, SafeTaxi, and AOPA Airport Directory. O LATHE, Kan./November 2, 2009/BUSINESS WIRE — Garmin • On the road International Inc., a unit of Garmin Ltd. (NASDAQ: GRMN), Customers can easily change from aviation to automotive mode by the global leader in satellite navigation, announced today the pressing the airplane icon at the top of the aera’s screen. In the auto- aera, Garmin’s newest aviation handheld series that is touchscreen motive mode, customers will see the same “Where to?” and “View and multi-mode so that it can transition between aviation to automo- map” interface found on Garmin nüvi® and zūmo® products. The tive mode with one touch. The aera series includes four different ruggedized and waterproof (IEC 529 IPX-7 standards) aera series models – aera 500, aera 510, aera 550 and aera 560 – and all have comes loaded with detailed, street-level maps of the United States, unprecedented ease of use that is derived from Garmin’s 20 years of Canada and Puerto Rico. For those who prefer two wheels over four, expertise in the aviation and automotive markets. The aera product the aera is also compatible with Garmin’s zūmo 660 motorcycle line will be on display and available for purchase for the first time at mount. The aera allows for quick searches of street addresses or mil- the Aircraft Owners Pilot Association (AOPA) Summit in Tampa, lions of preloaded points of interest like gas stations, hotels, restau- Florida, November 5-7, 2009. rants, attractions, ATMs and more. In automotive mode, the device will speak street names so drivers will receive turn-by-turn, voice “Customers who use Garmin products in their plane and car often prompted directions through the aera’s built-in speaker, such as “turn ask us to create an all-in-one GPS that combines our aviation expert- right on Main Street.” If they miss a turn, the aera automatically recal- ise with the operational simplicity and clean exterior design of our culates a route and gets them back on track. automotive devices,” said Gary Kelley, Garmin’s vice president of marketing. “Since Garmin is vertically integrated and we do nearly The aera 550 and 560 come equipped with advanced routing capabil- everything in-house, we were able to meet our customers’ requests ities like lane assist with junction view so drivers will see a realistic by leveraging the best features of our consumer and aviation tech- presentation of road signs and junctions along the route, as well as nologies. The aera series will appeal to those who need a low cost arrows that indicate the proper lane for navigation. These features aviation handheld that is so simple to use that many will never have make it easy to navigate unfamiliar intersections and exits because to crack open the manual.” the aera guides drivers to the correct lane for an approaching turn or • In the air exit. Map data is provided by NAVTEQ™ – a world leader in premi- The aera series has a 4.3 inch QVGA sunlight readable touchscreen um-quality mapping. display with large, finger-touchable icons. When in aviation mode, pilots are greeted with colorful icons that use intuitive pictures and The benefits of XM and XM WX Satellite Weather capability are also labels to indicate their function: map, weather, terrain, direct to, available in automotive mode. While in the automotive mode, drivers HSI/panel, active FPL, numbers, nearest, WPT info, position, XM may overlay weather information along their route, as well as simulta- radio, and tools. Pilots can choose any of these functions by simply neously choose from XM radio’s 170-plus channels of XM digital touching the appropriate icon. For example, after touching the terrain music, news and programming. XM radio and XM WX Satellite icon, pilots will see terrain and obstacle data that vividly depicts Weather subscription data is available from XM WX Satellite potential hazards. Weather, and is only available in the U.S. or Canada. All aera products also have Bluetooth® Wireless Technology that The exterior of the aera 500, 510, 550 and 560 are identical, but the makes it possible to receive and place phone calls directly from the software features of each model are tailored to those seeking an aera while in automotive mode. It can be paired with over 200 entry or mid-level aviation handheld. Bluetooth enabled phones, and a driver can retrieve and dial num- The aera 510 and aera 560 include a GXM™ 40 receiver for XM bers using a supported phone’s contact list, the phone’s call history radio and XM WX Satellite Weather that provides NEXRAD weather log, or the aera’s preloaded points of interest database. radar, aviation routine weather reports (METARs), terminal aero- The aera 500, aera 510, aera 550 and aera 560 are available imme- drome forecasts (TAFs), temporary flight restrictions (TFRs), light- diately for an expected street price of $799, $1299, $1499, and ning, winds aloft, turbulence forecasts, PIREPs, icing forecast and $1999, respectively. XM WX Satellite Weather data and audio is pro- several other important weather products. vided by XM Satellite Radio. Please see http://www.xmradio.com/weather/aviation.html for pricing and other The aera 550 and area 560 include SafeTaxi and AOPA Airport details. Additional information about the aera is available at Directory. SafeTaxi now includes geo-referenced diagrams of over www.garmin.com. 950 U.S. airports. SafeTaxi identifies runways, taxiways and hangars, as well as the aircraft’s exact location on the field. The AOPA Airport About Garmin International Inc. Garmin International Inc. is a sub- Directory data is an electronic version of AOPA’s popular U.S. pilot sidiary of Garmin Ltd. (Nasdaq: GRMN), the global leader in satellite guide that includes information for over 5,300 public-use airports and navigation. Since 1989, this group of companies has designed, man- more than 7,000 FBOs, such as pilot services, ground transportation, ufactured, marketed and sold navigation, communication and infor- lodging, restaurants, and local attractions. In addition, Garmin’s elec- mation devices and applications – most of which are enabled by GPS tronic version of the AOPA Airport Directory highlights airports where technology. Garmin’s products serve automotive, mobile, wireless, pilots can save on fuel by using self-service fueling locations. outdoor recreation, marine, aviation, and OEM applications. Garmin Pilots can keep track of and renew the databases on their aera Ltd. is incorporated in the Cayman Islands, and its principal sub- device through fly.Garmin.com, a website that helps pilots manage sidiaries are located in the United States, Taiwan and the United Garmin database information and dramatically simplifies the process Kingdom. For more information, visit Garmin's virtual pressroom at of updating and purchasing aviation databases such as obstacles, www.garmin.com/pressroom or contact the Media Relations depart- terrain and SafeTaxi. After logging onto fly.Garmin.com, the home ment at 913-397-8200. Garmin, SafeTaxi, zūmo and nüvi are regis- page gives a quick synopsis of the owner’s registered products and tered trademarks and GXM and aera are trademarks or service whether or not the databases are current. If a database needs to be marks of Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries. Bluetooth is a registered updated, users can purchase one-time downloads or annual sub- trademark of the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. scriptions directly from the site and install the database in three easy Everything Aircraft Page 8 December 2009 UNITED ARAB EMIRATES (UAE) SELECTS PILATUS PC-21 TRAINING SYSTEM Stans, 17 November 2009 Pilatus Aircraft Ltd is proud to announce that the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Air Force & Air Defense (AF&AD) has entered into a contract in excess of 500 Million Swiss Francs to procure a fleet of 25 PC- 21 turboprop aircraft, together with an integrated ground based training system and a comprehensive logistics support package. After Switzerland and Singapore, the UAE is now the third country to revolutionise its training pipeline with the most modern and most advanced turbo trainer aircraft on the market today. Delivery of the aircraft and the complete training system is scheduled to commence in 2011, paving the way for basic and advanced flying training in the UAE to be in line with the 4th generation equipment already in service in the front line squadrons, enabling the UAE AF&AD to continue to produce first class pilots for these demanding platforms. The decision to select the PC-21 training system was made after an extremely tough and thorough evaluation by the UAE, which looked at all available options. It is a major success for Pilatus Aircraft Ltd in the Middle East and we believe it will encourage other forces in the region and beyond to take a close look at our pilot train- ing solution. As a partner to the UAE AF&AD for more than 25 years, in supporting the existing fleet of PC-7 trainer aircraft, this award is proof positive of the confidence and trust our customer has bestowed on Pilatus Aircraft Ltd for securing the future of their basic and advanced flying training requirements. Once Pilatus always Pilatus. Pilatus Aircraft Ltd is committed to continue serving the UAE AF&AD with its world renowned dedica- tion to Swiss precision and quality, through delivering and supporting the most advanced turbo trainer aircraft in the world the Pilatus PC-21. Pilatus Aircraft Ltd was founded in 1939 and is currently world market leader in the manufacture and sale of single-engine turboprop aircraft. It is the only Swiss company that develops and produces private and training aircraft. Pilatus, which is headquartered in Stans, Switzerland, is licensed to maintain and perform upgrades on a variety of aircraft. This service is complemented by three independent subsidiaries in Altenrhein (Switzerland), in Broomfield (Colorado, USA) and Adelaide (Australia). In UAE Pilatus is represented by a branch office in Abu Dhabi. Further media information is available from: Oscar J. Schwenk, Chairman and CEO Pilatus Aircraft Ltd, P.O. Box 992, 6371 Stans, Switzerland Phone: +41 41 619 62 05, Fax: +41 41 619 61 82 Photos by Paul Bowen / Photo by Pilatus Aircraft Ltd... E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Everything Aircraft Page 9 December 2009 AVIATION’S MANUFACTURER’S HISTORIC MILESTONES EVERYTHING AIRCRAFT Some Achievements Listed Below COMPANY HISTORY TIMELINE MILESTONES LISTED BELOW 1905 Continental Motors is born with the introduc- tion of a four-cylinder, four-cycle L-head motor operated by a single camshaft. 1906 Type "O" 45-hp engine is developed to power aircraft. 1929 A-70 radial, seven-cylinder engine is intro- duced to power aircraft. 2002 Teledyne Continental Motors introduces FADEC for General Aviation aircraft 1930 A-40 four-cylinder engine is introduced, to power aircraft. 2004 Columbia Aircraft begins production of the 400 using Continental TSIO-550-C 1938 A-50 is added to the lineup to power the Liberty Aerospace certifies the new XL2 Aircraft Piper Cub and Taylorcraft. with Continental’s FADEC IOF240B 1939 Continental builds aircraft engines for use in 2009 O200 Lightweight Engine Receives FAA British and American tanks. Certification Teledyne Continental Motors teams with Hawker 1945 Six-cylinder E-185 developed for Beechcraft Beechcraft to fly G36 on Unleaded Fuel Bonanza. Teledyne Continental Motors Flies G36 on Swift sustainable fuel taking the lead in the search for a 1950s A-65 developed into the more powerful C- 100LL replacement 90 and eventually to the 100-hp O-200. The latter powered one of the most important airplanes ever: The Cessna 150. 1960s Turbocharging and fuel injection are brought to general aviation by Continental Motors. IO-520's applications expand to dominate the market. 1977 NASA selects Continental to develop and produce GAP, a new 200-hp engine that operates on Jet-A fuel. 1984 Continental Motors produces TSIO-520-BE O200 Lightweight Engine for Piper Malibu. It sets new efficiency targets for piston engines. 2009 Kinetic Engine line introduced to kit and 1986 Powered by a liquid cooled version of the experimental aircraft builders. IO-240, the Rutan Voyager is the first piston-pow- TCM Unveils Certified 350HP Turbo FADEC ered aircraft to circumnavigate the world without Engine at AirVenture Oshkosh 2009. refueling. TCM Introduces Turbocharged Cirrus SR22 tech- nology demonstration platform. 1999 Continental develops and tests its first TCM Flies Turbocharged Cirrus SR22 to FADEC-equipped engine. AirVenture Oshkosh on Unleaded AvGas Everything Aircraft Page 10 December 2009 By: Dave Fitzpatrick, CAIB Before you Shake Hands If you’re like most owners and pilots, you simply renew your aviation insurance policy every year. If it was good enough last year it will be good enough this year. There are two very big problems with this scenario.First, things change. Your aircraft, where you fly, who you fly with, how much you fly; therefore, these changes should be reflected in your policy. Second, and even more serious, is that your policy may be the wrong one for you! In that situation, you are simply renewing your mistake year after year. In either case, your aviation insurance policy deserves a little bit of your time once a year. Here are the five things you should do to make sure you are adequately protected. 1. Choose Your Broker Start by finding an aviation specialist. Although any general insurance broker can sell you aviation insurance, they simply do not have the ex perience or familiarity with the field to be your best choice and they usually can’t get you the best rates. 2. Confirm the Value of Your Aircraft Neglecting to keep up with the market value of your aircraft is one of the most common renewal mistakes. Unlike home or auto insurance, aviation insurance is a “stated value” policy - the “stated value” is the maximum the insurance company will pay out— they may also keep the plane as salvage. That means that the owner is responsible for declaring t he value of the insured aircraft. If you undervalue your plane, you risk losing it after even a minor accident. 3. Review Your Liability Make sure your policy doesn’t have passenger or family member restrictions. This is the most common way that companies offer “bargain” policies. It is also the most common way owners lose everything they own when courts award large injury set- tlements that are not covered by their “bargain” policy. With the high court settlements being awarded today, one to two mil- lion dollars should be the least you consider. 4. Get the Right Coverage for Your Needs At every renewal, you should discuss your flying habits with your broker. Make sure your policy covers the kind of flying you do. Also, if you make upgrades or changes to the configuration of your aircraft, you may need to make some adjustments to your policy. Otherwise, you may find yourself out of luck in case of an accident. 5. Protect Your Interests You should discuss any other unusual circumstances regarding your aircraft. You may need to arrange for special coverage to protect your interests. A common example is an owner who leases his aircraft to a flying school or commercial operator. If the lessee commits an illegal act or omission, your aviation policy could be nullified. In these situations, you should obtain “Breach of Warranty” coverage which will pay a lien holder’s interest despite the policy being otherwise invalidated. Following these simple steps once a year at renewal time could save you a lot of money - don’t take the easy way out … Don’t say “Just renew it for another year.” Head Office: 380-18799 Airport Way Pitt Meadows BC, V3Y 2B4 Local Ph.604-460-8787 Toronto Office: Local Fax 604-460-8788 Local Ph.905-910-0526 Toll Free 1-888-917-11177 Toll Free 1-888-917-1177 Toll Free Fax 1-866-372-2755 Toll Free Fax 1-866-372-2755 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Everything Aircraft Page 11 December 2009 General Aviation Airbags serious head-impact injury and enhance one's ability to exit the aircraft following an otherwise survivable acci- Nearly 80-percent of new general aviation airplanes are dent. When the system's sensors detect a crash, an equipped with AmSafe Seatbelt Airbag system. Now older air- airbag built into the restraint deploys up and away from craft can benefit from this ultimate grade. the seat occupant-unlike automobile airbags, which Designed to protect occupants from impact with glare shields, deploy toward the occupant. The AmSafe Aviation instrument panels, and control yokes, the AmSafe Seatbelt Airbag looks and operates like a standard seatbelt. The airbag Airbag System has been rigorously tested to meet is stored in the lap belt portion of the 2- and 3-point restraints Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and European and in the torso section of the 4- and 5-point systems. Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) requirements. When the sensors detect an impending incident, the airbag deploys up and away from the seated passenger - adults and children, large and small - and provides protection to the head, neck and torso. The AmSafe Seatbelt Airbag meets the FAR 23.562 26g requirements in pilot / co-pilot seats and pro- vides the additional safety needed in a survivable impact. If you have a general aviation aircraft and would like to install or service the AmSafe Seatbelt Airbag system, please view our AmSafe Airbag Service Center map to find a location near you. Piper Aircraft Offers the AmSafe Airbag System Though Its Network Posted: February 26, 2009 Retro Feature AmSafe Aviation Airbag System Now Available for Sales & Service at over 500 Locations Worldwide; Life-Saving Device Now a New or Aftermarket Option for More Than One-Third of All GA Aircraft Models PHOENIX (February 26, 2009) - AmSafe®, Inc., the "Piper customers around the world depend on our net- leading provider of safety and securement products for work of authorized sales and service centers. They rely the aviation, defense and ground transportation markets, on the thousands of skilled service technicians to safely today announced an agreement with Piper Aircraft to outfit and maintain their aircraft," said Ray Phair, direc- distribute the AmSafe Aviation Airbag System through- tor of customer support/service/spares, Piper Aircraft. out the Piper Aircraft Service Network of service cen- "Becoming an authorized sales and service partner for ters. Beginning today, the AmSafe Aviation Airbag the AmSafe Aviation Airbag System is yet another System is an available option on all new PA-46 aircraft example of Piper's commitment to innovation and ensur- and for aftermarket installation on entry level and twin ing the safety of the Piper family of pilots and cus- engine Piper models (PA-28, PA-32, PA-34, PA-44 and tomers." PA-46). With this agreement, AmSafe expands its net- work of authorized AmSafe Aviation Airbag service cen- In service since 2001, the AmSafe Aviation Airbag ters to over 500 locations worldwide. System adds less than three pounds (1.36 kg) to existing pilot and co-pilot restraint systems and costs approxi- "AmSafe is pleased to expand the number of Piper mately $1,500 per seat placement (plus installation). The Aircraft models that support the Aviation Airbag AmSafe Aviation Airbag System is installed in new GA System. By incorporating the Piper Aircraft Service aircraft manufactured by Air Tractor, American Legend, Network into our own, it is easier than ever for more Aviat, Cessna Aircraft, Cirrus Design, Cub Crafters, Piper operators to take advantage of the increased safety Diamond Aircraft, Hawker Beechcraft, Lancair and protection this system affords," said AmSafe International, Mooney Airplane Company, Pilatus, Quest Aviation President Bill Hagan. "Currently installed in Aircraft, SportAir USA, Zenair, and now Piper Aircraft. roughly 80 percent of all new single-engine general avi- In addition to having been embraced by general aviation ation aircraft, the AmSafe Aviation Airbag System is a pilots and manufacturers, the AmSafe Aviation Airbag proven technology that saves lives. We look forward to System is featured in the fleets of more than 30 com- working with Piper Aircraft and other manufacturers to mercial airlines around the world. For more information ensure it is available in the most popular GA aircraft about the AmSafe Aviation Airbag System and to find models." an authorized service center near you, please visit our The AmSafe Airbag System is a self-contained, modular service center listing. restraint designed to improve occupant protection from Continued on page 34 Everything Aircraft Page 12 December 2009 U.S. BUREAU OF LAND MANAGE- cent of all land managed by the U.S. government. MENT SELECTS PILATUS PC-12 The PC-12 will be based at the BLM’s Fire and Aviation Directorate and National Interagency Fire ilatus Business Aircraft, Ltd. announced today Center in Boise, Idaho. P that the U.S. Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has taken delivery of its first Pilatus PC-12. The aircraft About Pilatus Aircraft Ltd. Pilatus Aircraft Ltd was founded in 1939 and is cur- will be put to multirole use performing cargo, pas- senger, smokejumper, air tactical, aerial supervi- rently world market leader in the manufacture and sion and lead plane fire-fighting missions. sale of single-engine turboprop aircraft. It is the BLM said it selected the PC-12 because it is the only Swiss company that develops and produces only aircraft that meets all the mission require- private and training aircraft. Pilatus, which is head- ments, and will provide it with significantly quartered in Stans, Switzerland, is licensed to enhanced capability at the least annual program maintain and perform upgrades on a variety of air- cost. BLM estimates that ownership of this aircraft craft. This service is complemented by three inde- will reduce the direct cost to the government by pendent subsidiaries in Altenrhein (Switzerland), in $1.5 million per year as opposed to contracting for Broomfield (Colorado, USA) and Adelaide a similar aircraft. (Australia). With a workforce of over 1100 at its head office, Pilatus is one of the biggest employers The BLM’s in Central Switzerland. multirole PC- Pilatus 12 features additionally the unique provides Utility Door training for option. almost 100 Capable of apprentices being in nine dif- opened in ferent pro- flight, this fessions – inward-open- job training ing door is for young mounted people has within the always PC-12’s been a standard very high cargo door priority at and enables Pilatus. the aircraft to depressurize and perform specialist parachute work or drop sup- plies or relief materials, and later re-pressurize and Further media information is available from: return to high speed cruise at altitude. Mike Haenggi, Vice President, Marketing Pilatus Business Aircraft, Ltd., Broomfield, Leonard Luke, Vice President of Homeland Colorado, USA Security and Government Business at Pilatus Phone: +1 303 465 9099 added, “The PC-12 has become increasingly popu- E-Mail: email@example.com lar as a cost effective multirole solution for govern- Daniel Kunz, Director, Sales and Marketing PC-12 ment agencies. Strong performance, fuel efficiency, Pilatus Aircraft Ltd, Stans, Switzerland and a rugged airframe suitable for military missions Phone: +41 41 619 67 00 make it the ideal special mission platform for E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org today’s government and law enforcement agen- cies.” The BLM is responsible for the management and conservation of resources on 256 million sur- face acres in the United States. These public lands make up about 13 percent of the total land surface of the country and more than 40 per- Everything Aircraft Page 13 December 2009 Manufacturer’s Feature Aircraft - Cessna C-162 Sky Catcher Everything Aircraft The stirring SkyCatcher! Performance SkyCatcher Single Pilot Certified Yes If you’ve ever flirted with the idea of owning a Maximum Cruise Speed 118 ktas (219 km/h) brand-new aircraft, it’s officially time to get Certified Ceiling 15,500 ft (4,724 m) serious. Introducing the SkyCatcher – an all- Airport Performance new Cessna destined to bring your personal Takeoff Distance 1,250 ft (381 m) dreams well within reach. With extreme flyabil- Landing Distance 1,040 ft (317 m) ity. Unprecedented affordability. And the very Rate of Climb at Sea Level 890 fpm (271 mpm) latest technology. Maybe that’s why it was sin- Range 470 nm (870 km) Maximum Weights SkyCatcher gled out by Popular Science magazine as Ramp Weight 1,320 lb (599 kg) being among the most exciting developments Takeoff Weight 1,320 lb (599 kg) of 2007 in the Aviation and Space category. Landing Weight 1,320 lb (599 kg) The magazine calls the SkyCatcher the best Zero Fuel Weight N/A lb (N/A kg) “starter plane” for an entire new generation of Usable Fuel Capacity 144 lb (65 kg) pilots. The dream of flight is back. And this Typically-Equipped Empty Weight 830 lb (376 kg) time, it’s personal. Useful Load 490 lb (222 kg) Maximum Payload 490 lb (222 kg) Full-Fuel Payload 346 lb (157 kg) Dimensions SkyCatcher Exterior Height 8 ft 4 in (2.53 m) Length 22 ft 10 in (6.95 m) Wingspan 30 ft (9.14 m) Cabin Height 46.8 in (1.19 m) Width 44 in (1.12 m) Length 5 ft 9 in (1.76 m) Standard Seating Capacity 2 Baggage Capacity 22 cubic ft (0.6 cubic m) Powerplant SkyCatcher Manufacturer Teledyne Continental Model (Number) 0-200D (1) Time Between Overhauls 2,000 hr Operating Costs SkyCatcher Cost per Mile $0.5 Cost per Hour $56 Conditions:Fuel Cost at $4.50 per gallon. Shop Rate at $70.00 per hour. Please contact a Cessna sales representative for pricing and availability. Cessna Aircraft Company would like to thank you for your interest in our product line. If you would like to request addi- tional information, or have any comments or questions, please share your thoughts with us in the space provided below or contact us at 1.800.4.CESSNA in the U.S. or +1.316.517.6056 outside of the U.S. We look forward to serving you and fulfilling your aircraft needs. Everything Aircraft Page 14 December 2009 Cessna Piston Aircraft Sales Spike; Sales Programs Extended Thomas Aircraft Sales Inc. T AMPA, Fla., Nov. 5, 2009 - Officials at Cessna Bld. 15, 25 Airport Road Aircraft Company, a Textron Inc. (NYSE: TXT) Edmonton, Alberta, T5G 0W6 company, report an increase in piston aircraft Toll Free Ph. 800- 363- 4122 sales over the past two months, thanks in part to Ph. 7 80-4 51 -5 47 3 • Fax 7 80-4 54 -4 12 2 sales programs and tax incentives set to expire at w w w . t h o m a s a v i a ti o n . c o m the end of the year. s a l e s @ th o m a s a v i a t i o n . c o m P a r t s @ t h o m a s a v i a t i o n . c o m “Yo ur Ces sna Sin gle Engin e D eal er for th e P rair ie “Retail sales across our piston aircraft product line Pr ovi nces & NWT” have been measurably stronger in September and October versus earlier this year and that is a posi- 1968 CESSNA 401, 9118 TTSN, 301/944 SMOH, 391/269 SPOH (2000) tive development as it relates to the overall outlook NDH. Well equipped......No ST........................................................$115,000 for our propeller aircraft business,” said John Doman, vice president, Worldwide Propeller 1975 Cessna 421, 1975 Cessna 421B, 8100 TTSN, 560/640 SMOH, 20/820 SPOH, Very good P&I, Exec. logs & maintenance Ask US$225.000 Aircraft Sales. “Customers are taking advantage of the tax savings they can realize before the end of 1978 Cessna 340A, RAM IV, 6345 TTSN, 553 SRAM. 1118 SMOH (July the year under the accelerated or bonus deprecia- 2001, Pro Aero Engine), fresh prop overhauls, Empty weight 4525.9, tion section of the tax code. In addition, several MTOW 6300 lb. June 2008 annual, (GST applies to Canadian pur- value-filled sales programs on our Corvalis and chasers). We can deliver the aircraft anywhere. We will consider a trade Skylane models are helping to bolster customer against a clean DHC2 Beaver amphib. .............................Asking $300,000 interest and subsequent purchases of Cessna air- 1976 Piper PA34-200T Seneca II, s/n 34-7670236 C-GPZO, 7201.9 craft.” TTSN, FRESHLY OVERHAULED (0 SMOH) ENGINES L & R, 593/593 SPOH (2007)NDH......................................................................US$115,000 “Fleet sales and deliveries have also increased recently as flight schools, academies and special 1962 Piper PA23-250 Aztec, 2451 TTSN, 1442 SMOH, 242 SPOH, NDH, mission customers worldwide are replacing older Good Interior & Exterior..................................................................C$48,500 aircraft with our new technology Cessna aircraft,” 2008 Eclipse 500 LX, 2451 TTSN, 1442 SMOH, 242 SPOH, New 2008 Doman said. Eclipse 500 LX Serial Number EA500.000219, Fresh out of the factory, ready to fly away.....................................................................US$1,300,000 Through bonus depreciation, business-related air- craft acquisitions may qualify for accelerated 1979 Cessna A185F, 3918 TTSN 1285 SMOH 211 SNEW PROP (2005), Interior is in very good condition. The aircraft had a groundloop in 1994 at depreciation under a provision in the federal stimu- 2782 hours. GST applies. Fluidyne 3200 wheel skis are available for addi- lus package passed earlier this year.* tional US$15,000. .......................................................Asking US$172,000 Cessna has extended two of its successful pro- grams through the end of 2009 to coincide with the 1995 MOONEY M20M – deiced, ONLY 850 HOURS TTSN A&E, 52 HOURS SPOH (2005), NDH, imported into Canada in July, 2005 (U.S. federal depreciation provision. registration was N5KM). It is exceptionally well equipped and has always been hangared. Can deliver anywhere includeing re-export into USA, “Deal of the Decade” provides a $10,000 fuel card ............................................................................................Ask US$305,000 and free synthetic vision technology (SVT) for cer- tain Corvalis sales. The “Deposit Amplifier” pro- 1969 Beech V35A-TC Turbo Bonanza, Serial # D-8992 TSIO-520-DCDB, gram adds $30,000 to a deposit for a new Cessna 3370 TTSN, 238 SMOH, 238 SN 3 bladed propeller, 182 or T182 Skylane and gives a new customer a .......................................................................Asking $139,900 Cdn + GST. choice of one of three technology upgrades for the Garmin G1000 avionics package. 1969 CESSNA T210J TURBO CENTURION, 5945 TTSN 203 SMOH, 919 SPOH 3 BLADED MCCAULEY PROP NDH ...................................S O L D Both programs expire at the end of 2009. Details are available through Cessna’s global network of dealers (locate the nearest Cessna dealer at 1977 Cessna U206G, 6696 TTSN, 2251 SMOH, 1770 SPOH (2001, www.cessna.com). HARTZELL 3-BLADE), .................................................Asking US$100,000 * New or prospective aircraft buyers should consult 1957 Cessna 180J, S/N 32906 C-FJQV, 18,843 TTSN, 2673 SMOH (0- a tax professional to see if the federal tax provision 520F-TS Western Skyways 260 Hp, 2500 hour TBO) 1698 applies to their aircraft purchase SPOH(2004.....................................................................Asking US$64,000 ### 1967 Cessna A185E, 7536 TTSN, 1768 SMOH, 932 SPOH (June 2006), Logbooks are complete and detailed since new. The aircraft had a landing Based on unit sales, Cessna Aircraft Company is the world's accident in 1981, with repairs to both wings and firewall. Fluidyne 3200 largest manufacturer of general aviation airplanes. In 2008, Cessna delivered 1,301 aircraft, including 467 Citation business hydraulic wheel-skis are available................................................... S O L D jets, and reported revenues of about $5.662 billion. Since the company was originally established in 1927, some 192,000 Cessna airplanes have been delivered around the world, includ- 2008 Cessna T182T Turbo Skylane - On our ramp, new, $398,850with ing more than 6,000 Citations, making it the largest fleet of busi- GFC700Flight Director and Autopilot with Free Garmin SVT, US$30,000 ness jets in the world. More information about Cessna Aircraft deposit multiplier applies. Call today for the best deal anywhere...........Call Company is available at www.cessna.com. Everything Aircraft Page 15 December 2009 systems for general ARMY ISSUES aviation and recreation- al aircraft; BRS 70% NCREASE Defense, which TO BRS AERO- designs and manufac- tures a variety of para- SPACE PARAHUTE CONTRACT chute systems for US Department of Defense S outh St. Paul, MN, September 9, 2009— and foreign military BRS Aerospace (Ballistic Recovery customers; and BRS Systems, Inc.) (BRSI.PK), a manufacturer Safety, which designs and manufactures reflec- of whole-aircraft emergency parachute systems, tive and load-bearing safety vests, and other military cargo and personnel parachutes, and safety apparel and is a leader in the “cut & sew” reflective safety products, announced today that industry. Since 1981, BRS Aerospace has deliv- it has been awarded an extra $2.75M in new ered more than 30,000 parachute systems to orders (an increase of 72% over its initial order) aircraft owners worldwide, including over 3,700 by the US Army to manufacture additional “low systems on FAA-certificated aircraft such as the velocity” cargo parachutes over an 18-month Cirrus Design SR20 and SR22 manufactured in period. Production for this contract will occur at Duluth, Minnesota and a variety of Cessna air- the company’s North Carolina facility where at craft including the C-172/182 and new C-162 least 20 more employees will be hired to Skycatcher. To date, BRS Aerospace parachute accommodate this increase. Combined with the recovery systems have been credited with sav- original Low Velocity contract received in July, ing the lives of 240 pilots and passengers. the Low V program will bring in more than $6.6M of revenue over the initial 18-24 month This press release contains forward-looking delivery period and more than 40 new jobs to statements within the meaning of the Private the Pinebluff, NC region. Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These statements are often, but not always, made The Low Velocity parachute, made of lower cost through the use of words such as “anticipates,” woven polypropylene instead of traditionally “expects,” “plans,” “believes,” “intends,” and used, but more expensive, ripstop nylon, is other similar words or phrases. These state- designed for humanitarian relief efforts and re- ments are only predictions, and are based on supply missions where it is difficult to recover current information and expectations. Such airdrop equipment or reach troops by ground statements involve a number of risks and convoy and from deployment altitudes of 500- uncertainties, including market fluctuations, 1,200 AGL (above ground level). These para- pricing, procurement, manufacturing efficien- chutes are designed to be light, simple in cies, operating risks, and other risks that could design, and up to 80% less expensive than the cause the actual results to differ materially from standard parachutes and containers now used those projected. For more information, review for these missions. the company’s filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, particularly the Low Velocity Parachute Company’s annual report on Form 10-KSB. All “We are very proud that the Army has recog- forward-looking statements are qualified in their nized our capabilities and desire to provide entirety by this cautionary statement, and BRS quality defense articles in a timely manner, undertakes no obligation to revise or update something we have been striving toward for this press release to reflect events or circum- some time now”, said BRS Aerospace CEO and stances after the date hereof. President, Larry Williams. Norman Girdwood, General Manager of BRS Aerospace’s CONTACT: Pinebluff, North Carolina facility added, “This is Gary D. Moore email@example.com the kind of problem I like having…hiring new Larry E. Williams’s people, scheduling new shifts, ensuring quality firstname.lastname@example.org specs are met…all that is entailed in ramping Voice: 651-457-7491 up a successful product line”. Concluding, FAX: 651-457-8651 Girdwood commented, “I’ve known that we were at the cusp of being recognized as a BRS Aerospace, Inc. strong partner with the Army… we’ve worked 380 Airport Rd very hard as a corporation to make this happen. South Saint Paul MN 55075-3551 USA This additional award makes that a reality”. Www.BRSAerospace.com gmoore@BRSparachutes.com About BRS Aerospace Voice: 651-457-7491 Based in South Saint Paul, Minnesota, BRS FAX: 651-457-8651 Aerospace consists of three divisions: BRS Aviation, which designs, manufactures, and dis- tributes whole-aircraft emergency parachute Everything Aircraft Page 16 December 2009 Canadian Aircraft Broker’s & Dealer’s 408C Otter Bay (Please advise us of any incorrect addresses) Springbank Airport BRITISH COLUMBIA Calgary, Alberta, T3Z 3S6 Upper Valley Aviation Ltd. 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Everything Aircraft Page 21 December 2009 EMBRAER, GENERAL ELEC- The Brazilian government (via Financiadora de Estudos e Projetos – FINEP) is already TRIC, AZUL, AND AMYRIS contributing funding to Amyris’ renewable jet fuel ANNOUNCE RENEWABLE JET development program. Brazil has the FUEL EVALUATION PROJECT world’s largest crop of sugar cane and associated expertise in ethanol production, which Companies expect to perform a demo flight by constitutes important leverage for developing 2012 Amyris renewable jet fuel. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, November 18, 2009 – Amyris produces its renewable fuel using the Embraer, General Electric, and Amyris emerging science of synthetic biology. By announced the signing, today, of a Memorandum altering the metabolic pathways of microorgan- of Understanding to evaluate the isms, such as yeast, Amyris is able to technical and sustainability aspects of Amyris’ No engineer “living factories” that transform sugar Compromise TM renewable jet fuel. The into a range of renewable products, including initiative can culminate in a demo flight, by early diesel fuel, jet fuel, and performance chemicals. 2012, of an Embraer E-Jet using GE engines and belonging to Azul Linhas Aéreas. “This is a landmark project for air travel,” said Amyris CEO John Melo. “It demonstrates that a This collaboration combines industry leadership in united industry can usher in an era of cleaner air airframe and engine manufacturing, a travel, while using sustainable resources.” new and committed airline, and next-generation jet fuel development and production. The About Embraer goal is to accelerate the introduction of a renew- able jet fuel that could significantly lower Embraer (Empresa Brasileira de Aeronáutica S.A. greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, and provide a - NYSE: ERJ; BM&FBovespa: EMBR3) is long-term sustainable alternative to the world’s largest manufacturer of commercial petroleum-derived jet fuel. jets up to 120 seats, and one of Brazil’s leading exporters. Embraer’s headquarters are “Greening the skies is a rather complex subject located in São José dos Campos, São Paulo, and requires broad industry expertise and and it has offices, industrial operations and cus- commitment,” says Frederico Fleury Curado, tomer service facilities in Brazil, China, France, Embraer President & CEO. “The partnership Portugal, Singapore, and the United States. with top-level players will certainly represent an Founded in 1969, the Company designs, important step towards this endeavor.” develops, manufactures and sells aircraft for the commercial aviation, executive aviation, and Amyris’ renewable jet fuel is a promising alterna- defense segments. The Company also provides tive to the conventional petroleum-derived after sales support and services to customers jet fuel. It is made from existing sugar cane feed- worldwide. On September 30, 2009, Embraer had stock, and is positioned to bring supply a workforce of 16,986 employees – not security, renewable content, price stability, and counting the employees of its partly owned sub- significant reductions in GHG emissions to sidiaries – and its firm order backlog totaled the jet fuel pool. “This is a great innovating step US$ 18.6 billion. For more information, please by the airline industry in the fight against visit www.embraer.com. global warming,” says David Neeleman, Chairman of the Brazilian airline Azul. About Azul Linhas Aéreas Brasileiras The new fuel has already undergone previous Azul (www.voeazul.com.br) began flying on testing conducted by the US Air Force Research December 15, 2008, initially connecting Laboratory, Southwest Research Institute, GE Campinas (São Paulo) to Porto Alegre (Rio Aviation, and other industry participants. Grande do Sul) and to Salvador (Bahia) with daily nonstop flights. Today, the new airline con- “GE is committed to develop and produce the nects 16 top Brazilian destinations. By the most fuel efficient and environmentally end of 2013, Azul will link 25 cities throughout the friendly jet engines for the airlines, worldwide,” country. The company has the most says Chuck Nugent, General Manager of GE modern fleet in the world, the only airline 100% Aviation Small Commercial Engines. “However, formed by Brazilian jets – 12 Embraer E- much additional work is required in other Jets, seven of which are of the 190 models and areas, in order to achieve greener skies. This five of the 195. Azul expects to end 2009 with partnership reinforces GE’s commitment.” 15 planes. In all, the company has ordered 36 E- Jets and has options for 40 more. Continued on page 34 Everything Aircraft Page 22 December 2009 E A’s B r o k e r / D e a l e r “ F e a t u r e A i r c r a f t o f T h e M o n t h ” 1973 Piper Navajo Chieftain Air Frame TTAF: 5345 Engine S.M.O.H: 1050/1050 Propeller S.P.O.H.: 380/380 Interior Color: Beige Leather Seats Exterior Color: White with Green, Maroon & Gold accent stripes Avionics Altimatic V Autopilot / FD Garmin GNS 430 GPS/Comm, New March 2007 Garmin GMA 340 Audio Panel, New March 2007 Garmin GTX 327 Transponder, New March 2007 King KX-170B Nav/Comm RDR-160 Radar Alt-50 Radar Altimeter Northstar M3 GPS WX-1000 Stormscope Davtron 450 Digital Volt Meter Equipment Co-Pilot Instruments Vortex Generators Air Conditioning Oxygen System Fwd. Storage Cabinets Goodrich De-Icing Group Heated Pilot Windshield Flight Hour Meter Ground Recog Lights Aft. Vanity Refreshment Unit Remarks Beige Leather Seats with a four place club configuration Aft belted potty & jump seat New Green Carpet & Beige side panels Lease / Purchase available! All Specifications to be verified by Purchaser upon Inspection Financial Information 560 Anne St. N. Barrie, Ontario, L4M 4S4 Price CA: $259,000.00 ca Ph: 705-722-6209 or 705-722-3522 Chantal@aircraftsales.ca www.aircraftsales.ca Everything Aircraft Page 23 December 2009 KNOWN ICING PROTECTION FOR THE CIRRUS SR22 HAS ARRIVED! http://cirrusaircraft.com/perspective/fiki.aspx Dale Klapmeier on Cirrus Known Ice Protection. (Aircraft referenced has an experimental certificate of airworthiness and is operating within Cirrus Aircraft's new product launch time- in-service program.) For a few years the Cirrus SR22 has been available with basic ice protection, meant only to buy pilots a bit of time and security while exiting an inadvertent icing encounter. It was never intended to allow pilots to deliberately penetrate visible moisture when icing is known or forecast. Too often, this lack of known icing capability hindered aircraft utility and dispatch rates. 2009 Cirrus SR22 and Turbo models are available with Cirrus Known Ice Protection - a TKS based weeping-wing anti-ice system that is equipped for certification* for Flight into Known Icing conditions (FIKI). *Certification available, Q2 '09 The introduction of Cirrus Known Ice Protection was just a matter of time, and the minute you activate the robust, FIKI-approved TKS system, you’ll know it’s different from the basic ice protection on non-FIKI aircraft. Cirrus Known Ice Protection is an actual FAA re- certification of the SR22 and Turbo to permit pilots to legally fly into known icing conditions. This certification required much more than adding an extra pump and fluid volume to the basic system. When activated, the Cirrus Known Ice Protection system thoroughly and evenly coats flight surfaces, including the vertical stabilizer and elevator tips, with anti- ice fluid. The FIKI-approved system incorporates new elements like a stall speed indicator on the PFD, ice lights with split prisms on either side of the aircraft that illuminate both the wings and horizontal stabilizer in low-light conditions, and backup pumps and filters for fault-tolerant and redundant operation. With the two small nozzles positioned just below the windscreen, in addition to any fluid slung rearward by the propeller, the pilot is assured of an unobstructed forward view. Endurance for the system, now indicated on the Cirrus Perspective MFD, is increased to 150 minutes at Normal flow rates, 75 minutes when High is selected, and a new, Max rate has been added affording a total of 37.5 minutes of anti-ice capability, in two-minute bursts, during periods of higher accretion. Cirrus again delivers increased aircraft safety and utility. With Known Ice Protection on the new SR22 and Turbo, pilots can now launch or continue flight with the peace of mind that they’re both legal and safe when icing is forecast or present. The new SR22 and Turbo for 2009, bringing safety, security, value and style to a new altitude. To better view and read each feature box, please go to the following Cirrus Aircraft website. http://cirrusaircraft.com/perspective/fiki.aspx or just zoom in to read feature box. Everything Aircraft Page 24 December 2009 • 1975 Cessna 210 8096 474 $ 90,000 US www.islandaero.com • 1982 Cessna 210 w/deice 3835 10 $209,000 US email@example.com • 1982 Cessna 210 4195 422 $169,000 US Ph. 250-656-7627 • 1982 Cessna T210 w/deice 3313 243 $210,000 US Fax 250-655-1135 9548 Canora Rd. Sidney B.C. V8L 4R1 CESSNA TWINS • 1964 Cessna 310 2030 380/380 $ 95,000 US Victoria International Airport • 1965 Cessna 310 6200 900/900 $ 97,000 US Yr. Make Model TT Sm Price Asking • 1979 Cessna 310 w/deice 7500 1121/2070 $170,000 US CESSNA SINGLES • 1966 Cessna 320 6200 1830/400 STOP Both $ 50,000 US • 1966 Cessna 172 Float Plane 4192 533 $ 80,000 US • 1973 Cessna 172 10000 "0" $ 59,000 US PIPER SINGLE AND TWINS • 1977 Cessna 172 180hp 2800 115 $ 49,000 US • 1958 Piper PA 18 Super Cub 2591 1391 $ 80,000 US • 1978 Cessna 172 180hp 4782 338 $ 55,000 US • 1973 Piper PA32-300 Cherokee 6 2900 400 $ 99,000 US • 1974 Cessna 180 2440 435 $139,000 US • 1976 Cessna 180 1993 462 $127,000 US BEECHCRAFT • 1969 Cessna 182 2530 969 $ 87,000 US • 1970 Baron 58 3213 1255/1255 $153,000 US • 1974 Cessna 182 1087 1087 (304)$ 75,000 US • 1983 King Air F90 MediVac 2684 2684/2684 $1,300,000 US • 1975 Cessna 182 2768 1201 $ 90,000 US • 1975 Cessna 182 5000 700 $ 99,000 US DEHAVILLAND • 1975 Cessna 182 1475 225 $100,000 US • 1948 DeHavilland Beaver on floats 29100 275 $395,000 US • 1975 Cessna 182 1947 447 $105,000 US • 1949 DeHavilland Beaver 17895 949 $305,000 US • 1976 Cessna 182 2233 33/280hp $175,000 US • 1951 DeHavilland Beaver on Floats 14599212 $285,000 US • 1977 Cessna 182 4500 150 $ 85,000 US • 1951 DeHavilland Beaver on Floats 15400500 $325,000 US • 1978 Cessna 182 2250 654 $ 95,000 US • 1952 DeHavilland Beaver 15226 810 $325,000 US • 1979 Cessna 182 3393 1169(2000TBO) $ 79,000 US • 1952 DeHavilland Amphib Beaver 4898 145 $600,000 US • 2006 Cessna T182T 114 114 $295,000 US • 1955 DeHavilland Beaver 6000 600 $479,000 US • 1962 Cessna 185 4000 185 $ 90,000 US • 1956 DeHavilland Beaver 24000 450 $295,000 US • 1963 Cessna 185 5200 300 $ 85,000 US • 1959 DeHavilland Beaver 9367 241 $395,000 US • 1963 Cessna 185 3953 1599/700STOP$ 90,000 US • 1964 DeHavilland Beaver 15454 1377 $295,000 US • 1966 Cessna 185E 7000 1150 $ 99,000 US • 1967 DeHavilland Beaver on Floats 125891152 $375,000 US • 1966 Cessna 185E Amphib 3000 500 $175,000 US • 1956 DeHavilland Turbine Otter w/ Floats14660 1121 $1,160,000 US • 1967 Cessna 185E Floats 10000 5000 $ 96,000 US • 1972 Cessna 185 Float Plane 6250 165 $135,000 US • 1973 Cessna 185 2700 111 $145,000 US YACHTS, JETS, TURBOPROPS, WARBIRDS, HELICOPTERS, • 1973 Cessna 185 3678 690 $150,000 US FLOATS, HANGARS • 1974 Cessna 185 4250 256 $147,500 US • 1988 Cessna 208 Super Cargo Master 16000 5000 $675,000 US • 1975 Cessna 185 Float Plane 2833 390 $175,000 US • Westwind II 5895 5891MSP/5889MSP $2,100,000 US • 1976 Cessna 185 6648 940 $120,000 US • Edo 3430 Cessna 206 Gear $ 12,000 US • 1976 Cessna 185 3400 747 $135,000 US • 1998 58 ft Westbay Sonship 850 850 $925,000 US • 1976 Cessna 185 6883 0 $155,000 US • 1976 Cessna 185 Amphib 4195 1184/127STOP $220,000 US 1998 58 ft Westbay Sonship • 1978 Cessna 185 Float/Skis 6203 1368 IO550 $150,000 US • 1978 Cessna 185 1859 450 $197,500 US • 1979 Cessna 185 2290 0 $195,000 US • 1980 Cessna 185 7220 25 $124,000 US • 1981 Cessna 185 5821 717 $145,000 US • 1981 Cessna 185 2000 200 $165,000 US • 1981 Cessna 185 Amphib 2833 148 $245,000 US • 1972 Cessna 206 2104 1 $135,000 US Current Price: $925,000 USD Hull Material: Fiberglass • 1974 Cessna 206 Float Plane 2275 580 $160,000 US Engine/Fuel Type: Twin Diesel • 1977 Cessna 206 Float Kit 88501850(550STOP) $145,000 US We offer an extra special opportunity to own a gorgeous lightly used and well-priced West Bay SonShip. 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Boathouse Avail- able! • 1981 Cessna T206 Float Plane 2804 200 $225,000 US For a full list of options and details, visit our websit at: • 1981 Cessna T206 Amphib 2305 115 $265,000 US Island Aero Yacht Sales • 1984 Cessna U206 4700 250 $169,000 US www.islandaero.com • 1974 Cessna Turbo 210 3175 427 $110,000 US Ph. 250-656-7627 Fax 250-655-1135 Everything Aircraft Page 25 December 2009 Warbirds By: Ed Anderson Aichi D3A VAL The Aichi D3A1, a Navy Type 99 Carrier Bomber 11, was the first Japanese warplane to bomb American targets in World War Two. Code named “VAL”, in keeping with the Allies identifica- tion system, 126 of the tandem-two-seat, single engine dive-bombers played a major role in the attack of December 7, 1941 on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, labeled Operation Z, and the destruction of warships on Battleship Row, particularly the U.S.S. Arizona. The assault, planned by Admiral Isoruku Yamamoto, Chief of the Combined Japanese Fleet, was based on the success of the British torpedo attack on the Italian fleet at Taranto the year previous. Choosing the code name Operation Z, as it turns out, was steeped in Japanese Naval history. On board the Japanese aircraft carrier Akagi (Red Castle), flagship of the Pearl Harbor assault force, was the flag originally flown over Admiral Togo’s flagship in the defeat of the Russians during the Battle of Tsushima Strait in 1905. It was called the Z Flag, hence Operation Z. In the first year of the Pacific war, VAL bombers sank more Allied ships and more overall tonnage than any other Axis air- craft of World War Two. Moreover, “Vals” were largely responsible for the sinking of British battle cruisers H.M.S. Cornwall and H.M.S. Dorsetshire in the Indian Ocean in late 1941, and the British aircraft carrier H.M.S. Hermes, off Ceylon on 9 April 1942. In each of these operations, it is said, the “Vals” dropped more than 80% of their bomb load on target. The D3A1, regardless of itís oncoming obsolescence, proved to be one of the best dive-bombers of its time, and continued to be a dangerous presence in various naval encounters including the “Battle of Midway”, likewise engineered by Admiral Yamamoto. In late August 1942 an improved model, the Aichi D3A2, entered the combat, assigned to small- er but faster aircraft carriers where the VAL became a more effective weapon, apparently due to itís slower speed and abil- ity to become airborne quickly. But eventually, the D3As became easy prey to the ever improving American fighter planes and their persistent pilots. Heavy losses resulted, and by 1944 surviving D3As were transferred to land-based combat units, then transport and training duties, and subsequently the role of the “Kamikaze” or suicide missions. Nonetheless, D3As did remain in production throughout the war. All told some 1,500 examples were turned out between 1939 and 1945 of which most were of the D3A2 version. Initially designed as a successor to the D1A biplane fighter, the D3A emerged as an all-metal low-wing monoplane with a fixed tail wheel and faired main landing gear. First flown in January 1938, the Aichi D3A prototype revealed several design deficiencies. These were remedied along with some power adjustments in the second pre-production version, which enabled full term production of the D3A1 model in early 1940. Deliveries to naval units were made later that year. Manufactured by Aichi Kokuki K.K., the D3A1 was powered by Mitsubishi Kinsei 43, 14-cylinder radial, air-cooled 1,000 h.p. engine. A second production run of the “A1” model included an engine upgrade to a 1,070 h.p. Kinsei 44 radial. Generally, this VAL version had a maximum take-off weight of 8,047 lbs., a top speed of 240 mph at 9,845 feet, a service ceiling of 30,500 feet and a range of 915 miles. Weaponry for the accurately sighted dive-bomber included two fixed and one trainable 0.303-in machine guns, with 815 lbs. of bombs (3). The D3A2 model was equipped with a more powerful 1,300 h.p. Kinsei radial engine and larger fuel tanks, but otherwise was quite similar to itís predecessor. The photo featured D3A1 VAL is actually a “Hollywood” replica built for the blockbuster war movie “Tora, Tora, Tora”, from the body of a 1941 Consolidated Vultee BT-13A, and powered by a Pratt and Whitney R-1340 engine. Owned by the American Airpower Heritage Flying Museum of Midland, Texas, the rebuild is currently flown as part of the “Tora, Tora, Tora” re-enactment squadron of the Commemorative Air Force. The only original VAL on display in the world today is a D3A2-22, s/n 3179, engined with a Pratt and Whitney R-2600, at the Air Museum, Planes of Fame, Chino California which is awaiting a complete restoration back to airworthy condition. Recovered from Ballale Island of the Bougainville chain in 1968 the wreck remains were air freighted to Canada in early 1969 by Bob Diemert of Carmen, Manitoba. The rebuilt aircraft, under civil registration CF-TZT, was then delivered to the Canadian National Aeronautical Collection in 1973. #3170 was subsequently acquired by Ed Maloney/Planes of Fame Museum in 1984 where it is today hangar displayed as Bll-201 under tail #N3131G. Story and Photo By: Ed Anderson Everything Aircraft Page 26 December 2009 PIPER & AVIDYNE MAKE ENTE- GRA RELEASE 9 AVAILABLE FOR Your Insurance Needs are specialized PA-46 AIRCRAFT Your broker should be too! 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The Entegra Release9 includes high- 1-888-917-1177 www.parkaviation.ca resolutionIFD5000 displays, dual-redundant FMS900w systems with a QWERTY keypad, next-generation fully- About Piper Aircraft (www.piper.com) Piper Aircraft, digital 16-watt VHF NAV/COM radios, and dual WAAS Inc. is headquartered in Vero Beach, Fla. Piper’s rich /RNP-capable GPS receivers. Release 9’s innovative legacy is born of 70 years of unparalleled history, with Page & Tab user interface makes it a breeze to quickly more than 144,000 aircraft brought to market and more access data without delving into hierarchical menus, than 160 models certified. Approximately 90,000 of pop-up windows or hidden modes. Designed with a those aircraft are still flying and being serviced and sup- fully-redundant architecture, each IFD5000 is fully ported on every continent by Piper’s 65 service centers, capable of performing the functions of the other with no 40 dealers and 2,500 field personnel. unfamiliar or limited reversionary modes. With Entegra Release 9, Avidyne has developed a truly integrated sys- About Avidyne Corporation tem that is specifically designed to eliminate complexity, (www.avidyne.com) Avidyne’s continuing leadership in reduce head-down time, provide a whole new level of innovation and its Flying Made Simple™ system design redundancy, and dramatically enhance safety. make flying safer, more accessible and more enjoyable for pilots and their passengers. The company’s expand- Pricing and Availability Certification of the Entegra ing line of products include the industry-leading Entegra Release 9 suite for the Piper Matrix is expected to be integrated flight deck line for new and existing aircraft, completed in the second half of 2010. Certification of datalink-capable EX5000 and EX500 multi-function dis- Entegra Release 9 for the Mirage and the Meridian are plays and the dual-antenna TAS600 series of active traf- expected in 2011. fic advisory systems, the MLB700 broadcast datalink receiver, the MLX770 world-wide datalink transceiver, Customers who purchase an Entegra-equipped Meridian, and the TWX670 Tactical Weather Detection system. Mirage or Matrix now will receive an upgrade voucher Headquartered in Lincoln, MA, the company has facili- that locks in the Entegra Release 9 upgrade price at ties in Columbus, OH, Melbourne, FL, and Boulder, CO. $50,000—redeemable upon certification—representing a ### significant value for PA-46 owners. For more information, contact: Tom Harper Avidyne Corporation 781.402.7434 Customers who want more information can contact their firstname.lastname@example.org local Piper Dealer or go to www.release9.com. Those Mark S. Miller Piper Aircraft (772) 299-2900 email@example.com who would like to get a flight demonstration of the Entegra Release 9 suite can contact Avidyne at 800.AVI- Avidyne® and Flying Made Simple® are trademarks of Avidyne DYNE (800.284.3963). Corporation. All other products or services are identified by trade- marks or service marks of their respective owners. Everything Aircraft Page 27 December 2009 it of Lycoming's Advanced Technology Center (ATC) as well as its goal to provide multiple engine configuration options, based on the specific needs of individual aircraft builders. Product offer- ings include engines ranging from the rugged O- 235 to the legendary IO-720. Customers can choose from a variety of available fuel systems, Another Race, Another Record, ignition systems and performance enhancements Another Championship for Jon including component balancing, cylinder flow matching, increased compression, tuned induction Sharp - Retro Feature and turbo-charging. Finishing options include chrome and custom colors. R eno, Nevada - Sept. 20, 2009 - Jon Sharp completed an astounding run at the 46th Thunderbolt Competition Annual Reno National Championship Air Races by setting a new course record in the Super Series Sport Class Gold Heat. It was the fifth straight day of record-setting speeds for the Sharp's NemesisNXT and his fourth straight air race national championship. "My Lycoming Thunderbolt Engine roared to life," Sharp said, "so I just held on and let it rip!" Sharp, of Mojave, Calif., won the championship by averaging a class race record 407.061 mph over the 8-mile course. In each heat Sharp flew progressive- ly faster, setting new course marks each time out. He had previously set the record for qualifying speed (412.554 mph) and he remains the only Sport Class competitor to surpass the 400-mph mark. In winning the Gold Heat race -- his 15th -- Sharp Thunderbolt Competition Series engines incor- also set a new record for Gold Championships. porate all the features of the Signature and the Extreme Series and continue to the maximum "Jon's many aviation achievements clearly put him level of performance. in a class by himself," said Jeff Schans, Lycoming Thunderbolt manager. "Achieving this kind of jet- like performance with a piston engine is a tribute Upgrades to these all-out performance to the engineers and builders of Lycoming machines may include dramatically increased Thunderbolt engines and to Jon's incredible skills compression ratio or boost levels, water injec- as a pilot and airframer." tion, and other performance enhancing fea- tures. As with Extreme Series engines, the "We really want to extend our warmest thanks to all who make this happen from the guys on the Competition Series category will continue to floor to the engineers to the people who have sup- expand as Team Thunderbolt works to devel- ported us," Sharp said. "We're just really proud to op new solutions. fly the flag for the Thunderbolt." Competition Series engines are complex and In the Gold Heat, Sharp defeated his next closest competitor by nearly 20 mph. Kevin Eldredge of powerful and are intended for highly skilled, San Luis Obispo, Calif., also flying a Lycoming- experienced pilots. If you are ready to discuss powered NemesisNXT, clocked in at 387.839 mph. the responsibility that comes with the power of a Competition Series Thunderbolt engine, con- Thunderbolt engines provide custom solutions that tact us for more information. meet the demands of aerobatic and experimental pilots, and customers who want additional horse- power or capability from their engines. Sharp is Thunderbolt Competition Series engines oper- one of several world-class aviators who fly the ate far beyond the norm in power and per- engines, including Michael Goulian and Matt formance, and therefore carry no warranty. Chapman. 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There are no scratches, cracks, condition with no scratches or dents. crazing or other evidence of use. 8/10 Paint and airframe are in near new condition. 8/10 Interior is in near new condition. Any smell, dirt Minor scratches (shallow, short and less than 1 or 2 per or matting can be removed by simple cleaning. Some square foot) are detectable only on close inspection evidence of use can be found only on close inspection. (inspecting aircraft while standing at less than an arms' length from it). Paint on often-used fasteners and screws 7/10 A small amount of wear is apparent. Small, shal- may be chipped. low scratches and/or stains (1 or 2 per seat) can be found on seats, carpet or woodwork. Stain remover and 7/10 Paint has high gloss. Small number (less than 3 or shampoo removes almost all stains. Headliner is clean 4 per square foot) of scratches are apparent, mostly on with no stains. There are no nicks in woodwork. leading edges due to abrasion. Close inspection reveals only a few small dents or chips (less than 1 or 2 per 6/10 Headliner may have a couple of dirty spots that square foot). Windows are clear with no crazing or dis- can be removed almost completely with cleaning. coloring. Matting in high use areas does not vacuum out com- pletely. Steaming or shampooing improves interior con- 6/10 Paint is shiny. Several small scratches, chips or siderably, but a couple of small, limited areas (doorway, dents (4 to 6 per square foot) can be found, mostly beneath rudder pedals) remain looking worn or stained. around high use areas (fuel caps, doors, struts). Some No frayed or torn fabric is apparent. Leather, vinyl or crazing or small stress cracks (less than 2 or 3 hairline woodwork has no cracks, but small scratches or creases cracks per square foot) are visible in plastic and fiber- (4 to 6 per seat) are obvious. Seats and drawers operate glass structures. Several windows may be milky at edges. smoothly. Scratches in scuff plates around doorways are obvious. Interior still looks attractive when cleaned thor- 5/10 Paint is sound (no corrosion apparent). Slight oxi- oughly. dation can easily be polished out, leaving paint shiny again. Two or three small areas (rounded corner of 5/10 High use areas (doorway, beneath rudder pedals) cowling, part of leading edge) of crazing can be found still look worn (fibers appear shorter than surrounding in paint. Paint on leading edges is rough from abrasion. carpet) after thorough shampooing. Headliner may have Touched up or repaired areas may be seen on close several stains but is not torn. Minor (2 or 3 instances per inspection. Small number (3 or 4 per square foot) of seat) fraying, staining or cracking is apparent on less short cracks can be found in fiberglass wingtips and than half of the seats. Small nicks are visible in wood- cowlings due to normal wear or hangar rash. Cowling work. About one-third of the seats and drawers do not seals are faded. Many (less than half) windows have operate smoothly. Interior can be made to look clean, milky edges. Several windows may be crazed or lightly but it lacks sparkle in many areas. scratched. Aircraft looks attractive to most people during walk-around. 4/10 Scratches, stains and frayed fabric are seen on most seats. More than half of the leather or vinyl seats 4/10 Paint is generally sound. Small areas require spe- may have small cracks. Carpet is matted along aisle. cial attention (touch up or repair by trained individual) Carpet also has numerous stains, snags or other irregu- due to oxidation, peeling, chipping, corrosion or crazing. larities. Interior has two or three tears. About half of the Paint is dull in many (less than half) areas. Most windows seats and drawers do not operate smoothly. Wood lami- are crazed and scratched. nates may be peeling slightly. Several cracks in scuff plates around doorways are obvious. Interior cannot be 3/10 Paint is not shiny and has peeled in many areas. made to look clean or smell fresh. Most leading edges and upper surfaces are crazed and oxidized. Moderate number (5 or 6 per square foot) of 3/10 Tears, snags and stains are clearly visible in many chips, cracks or dents can be found. All window surfaces areas. Several cigarette burns can be found. Most seats are scratched. Even after touch-up and polishing, aircraft and drawers do not operate smoothly. Interior looks and still looks unsightly. smells dirty even after cleaning. 2/10 Aircraft looks terrible. Paint is badly oxidized, 2/10 Cracks, stains, tears and snags are the norm. peeled and blemished. It is well beyond the touch-up Many seats have exposed foam. Interior is dirty and and polish stage. Corrosion, dents and cracks require foul-smelling even after thorough cleaning. extensive work. 1/10 Interior is so dirty and worn that most people 1/10 Exterior is so full of corrosion, heavy dents or would be hesitant about sitting down for fear of damag- tears that it will not pass an annual inspection without ing clothing. repairs. Everything Aircraft Page 30 December 2009 “Piper Navajo Specialists” At Springwater Aircraft Sales , we specialize in buying, selling, bro - kering, maintaining and refurbishing Piper Navajo Aircraft. We also profide Professional Navajo Flight Training. We have developed a very intensive pre-purchase inspection program to help buyers of Navajo's to properly evaluate a prospective aircraft. Our research and experi - ence can save thousands of dollars and value a prospec - tive airplane properly. A poor pre-purchase can set the stage for a very unpleasant experience. We travel any - where in North America. 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