Sunday 4 September 2022



1)Pilatus PC-12

About The Pilatus PC-12

The Pilatus PC-12 is a single-engine turboprop passenger and cargo aircraft manufactured by Pilatus Aircraft of Stans, Switzerland, since 1991. The main market for the aircraft is corporate transport and regional airliner operators

Cheap To Operate

Pilatus' PC-12NG burns about 70.20 gallons of fuel per hour. At $5.00 a gallon, fuel is going to cost you $351.00 per hour,Now as this aircraft is mostly operated by regional airlines or widely used for ferry flights this aircraft perfectly fits the the vacancy for a cheap to maintain and operate aircraft that can do these small but tedious jobs

2)Cessna Grand Caravan

About The Cessna Grand Caravan

The Cessna 208 Caravan is a utility aircraft produced by Cessna. The project was commenced on November 20, 1981, and the prototype first flew on December 9, 1982. The production model was certified by the FAA in October 1984 and its Cargomaster freighter variant was developed for FedEx

The Utimate Utility Plane

The Cessna Grand Caravan aircraft is known for its dependable and efficient performance by regional airlines, charter operators and cargo carriers worldwide. The Grand Caravan turboprop was engineered for challenging missions, high payloads and short, rough runways while delivering single-engine economy and simplicity.

The Grand Caravan aircraft has a reputation as a revenue generator. It carries up to 14 occupants with an increased speed and climb capability, plus a takeoff ground roll of only 1,399 ft. Its powerful Pratt & Whitney Canada engine delivers 867 horsepower for dependable payload performance and superior efficiency. Experience true value with low direct operating costs and factory support

3)Daher-Socata TBM 900

About The TBM 900

The Daher TBM 900 is a single engine turboprop that is typically outiftted with one cabin zone and has a range of 989 nm. The aircraft has been in production since 2014 and there have been approximately 109 aircraft produced

One Of The Fastest Turboprops

Simply put, the TBM 900 is one of the fastest, most economical TBM to date, with maximum cruise speeds of 330 to 335 knots (compared to the TBM 850's advertised 320 knots), the shortest takeoff distances in the fleet (2,380 feet under ISA conditions, a 16-percent reduction over the TBM 850),this might give you an idea of the capabilities of this aircraft which,honestly can fill a book worth of pages,apart from being rare as it is today it still manages to keep up with all the new aircraft,and sometimes it might even prove to be superior to some

4)PA-46-500TP Malibu Meridian

About The PA-46-500TP Malibu MeridianThe Piper PA-46 Malibu and Matrix, now known as the M-Class, are a family of American light aircraft manufactured by Piper Aircraft of Vero Beach, Florida. The aircraft is powered by a single engine and has the capacity for one pilot and five passengers. Early Malibus were all piston-engined, but a turboprop version, introduced as the Malibu Meridian but now called the M500, is also available. Currently, Piper offers the M350, M500, and M600 in the PA-46 family.

The PA-46 was the third single-engined piston aircraft with a pressurized cabin to reach the market, after the Mooney M22 and Cessna P210 Centurion, and is the only one still in production


Work on the PA-46 began in the late 1970s,with a prototype (the PA-46-300T) first flying on November 30, 1979. The type was announced in November 1982, apparently to compete with Cessna's newest creation of the era, the P210 Centurion. Like the Centurion, the Malibu was to feature cabin pressurization 5.5 psi (380 HPa), a feature not included on the prototype

5)Beechcraft Bonanza

About The Beechcraft Bonanza

The Beechcraft Bonanza is an American general aviation aircraft introduced in 1947 by Beech Aircraft Corporation of Wichita, Kansas. The six-seater, single-engined aircraft is still being produced by Beechcraft and has been in continuous production longer than any other aircraft in history

Design And Development

At the end of World War II, two all-metal light aircraft emerged, the Model 35 Bonanza and the Cessna 195, that represented very different approaches to the premium end of the postwar civil-aviation market.[citation needed] With its high-wing, seven-cylinder radial engine, fixed tailwheel undercarriage, and roll-down side windows, the Cessna 195 was a continuation of prewar technology. The Bonanza, however, featured an easier-to-manage, horizontally opposed, six-cylinder engine, retractable tricycle undercarriage (although the nosewheel initially was not steerable, but castering)[7][verification needed] and low-wing configuration

Rudraksh Kapooria

Grade 9

The Shishukunj International School, Indore

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Aircraft List

@Pilatus PC-12

@Cessna Grand Caravan

@Daher-Socata TBM 900

@PA-46-500TP Malibu Meridian

@Beechcraft Bonanza

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