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Beech 1900D

Beech 1900D
Group
Aircraft
Class
Transport aircraft
Place of operation
Air

Manufacturer: Raytheon Beechcraft in Wichita, USA
Year of Manufacture: 1997
Purpose: Transport
Capacity: 2 pilots, maximum 18 passengers
Operated since: 2007
Number of aircraft procured: 1

Registration: T-729 (ex HB-AEN, ex D-CBIG)

The plane is operated by the Federal Air Transport Service (LTDB) and is stationed at Dübendorf. The oval fuselage of the Beech 1900D with a cabin height of 1,81 m has been especially designed to allow passengers to stand upright. The Beech 1900D replaces the Learjet 35A which has been decommissioned since 10 April 2007.

Technical data:  
Max. speed: High Speed Cruise: 280 Kts
Range: rund 2'800 km
Length: 17.62 m
Height: 4.72 m
Width span: 17.64 m
Flight weight: 7'800 kg
Engine: Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-67 mit je ca 1400 PS
Type: Turboprop