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TURBO PROP AIRCRAFT CHARTER

Turbo-Prop aircraft are the regional workhorses of aviation and totally indispensable as charter aircraft. Most of Australia’s main airline routes were built by these aircraft.

 

Excelling in niche markets and ideal for groups of 7 to 72 passengers, turbo-props (prop-jets) are an excellent cost-effective option for regional charter flights, air touring for holiday groups, remote destinations and crew changes for mining camps (FIFO).

 

Popular with film crews on location, and often designed for Short Take-Off and Landing (STOL), the regional turbo-prop will continue to service a broad range of destinations in the foreseeable future.

TELEPHONE: 08 6155 7791

EMAIL: flights@aviationresources.com.au

CESSNA CONQUEST 

BEECHCRAFT KINGAIR 

METRO III

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The Cessna 441 Conquest II is the first turboprop powered aircraft designed by Cessna and was meant to fill the gap between their jets and piston-engined aircraft. It was developed in November 1974, with the first aircraft delivered in September 1977

  • Passengers: 9

  • Engine Type: Turbo Prop

  • Cruise Speed: 428 KM/H / 265 MPH

  • Range: 2118nm (4065km)

  • Crew: 1 Pilot / 2 if required by the client 

The King Air 200 features new composite winglets and propeller which deliver substantial improvements in take-off performance. The large cabin provides passengers with generous head, shoulder and leg room, while sleek interior touches make the King Air 200 a great charter option.

  • Passengers: 10

  • Engine Type: Turbo Prop

  • Cruise Speed: 578 KM/H / 359 MPH

  • Range: 2078nm (3,345km) 

  • Crew: 1 Pilot / 2 if required by the client 

Much like the Metro II, the Metro III is ideal for time sensitive short haul flights. Featuring a reinforced cabin floor and a greater wingspan than its predecessor, this aircraft offers one of the best payload capacities in its category.

  • Passengers: 10

  • Engine Type: Turbo Prop

  • Cruise speed: 374 KM/H / 232 MPH

  • Range: 1,703nm (2,741km)

  • Crew: 1 Pilot / 2 if required by the client 

METRO 23

BEECHCRAFT 1900

EMBRAER EMB120

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The The Beechcraft 1900 Airliner is a 19-passenger, pressurized twin-engine turboprop airplane manufactured by the Beechcraft Division of the Raytheon Company (now Hawker Beechcraft). It was designed as and is primarily used as a regional airliner. It is also used commercially as a freight aircraft, corporate transport, and by governments.

  • Passengers: 19

  • Engine: Turbo Prop

  • Cruise Speed: 330 KM/H / 611 MPH

  • Range: 700nm (1296km)

  • Crew: 2 pilots 

The Fairchild Metro 23 is categorised as a Turboprop Airliner and is an upgraded version of the Metro III, featuring improved avionics and more powerful engines. The aircraft has a very impressive for this category and considerably further than the Fokker 50, than which it also has a greater cruise speed.

  • Passengers: 19

  • Engine Type: Turbo Prop

  • Cruise Speed: 500 KM/H / 270 MPH

  • Range 2,025nm (3,750km)

  • Crew: 2 pilots 

The Embraer EMB-120 Brasilia is one of the most successful medium-capacity commuter aircraft of the modern era. The Embraer EMB 120 Brasilia is a twin-turboprop commuter airliner, powered by advanced-technology Pratt & Whitney turbo-props driving four-bladed propellers.

  • Passengers: 30

  • Engine Type: Turbo Prop

  • Cruise Speed: 584 KM/H - 363 MPH

  • Range: 1219nm (1,964km)

  • Enclosed lavatory: Yes 

  • Crew: 2 Pilots, 1 Flight Attendant

SABB340

DASH8-100

ATR42-300

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The Saab 340 features powerful twin turboprop engines that allow the aircraft to fly on short to medium haul flights. It has a good payload capacity and is easy to load. The aircraft is suitable for flying in all weather conditions and has a generously equipped forward galley of sweet and savory options.

  • Passengers: 30

  • Engine Type: Turbo Prop

  • Cruise Speed: 450 KM/H / 279 MPH

  • Range 543nm (875nm) 

  • Enclosed lavatory Yes 

  • Crew: 2 pilots 1 flight attendant

The Dash8-100 is a regional airplane allowing takes-offs and landings on short runways; it’s the solution to adopt for your group travels. Its spacious and comfortable cabin makes this plane perfectly adapted to major events, factory visits and shuttles between companies, 

  • Passengers: 36

  • Engine Type: Turbo Prop

  • Cruise speed 466 KM/H / 290 MPH

  • Range: 1020nm (1850km)

  • Enclosed lavatory Yes 

  • Crew: 2 pilots 1 flight attendant

The ATR 42 is a regional airliner produced by Franco-Italian manufacturer ATR, with final assembly in Toulouse, France. On 4 November 1981, the aircraft was launched with ATR, the high-wing airliner is powered by two turboprop engines, Pratt & Whitney Canada PW120s.

  • Passengers: 46

  • Engine: Turbo Prop

  • Cruise Speed: 330 KM/H / 611 MPH

  • Range: 1440nm (2666km)

  • Enclosed lavatory Yes 

  • Crew: 2 pilots 1 flight attendant

DASH8-300

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With the success of the Dash 8-100 series, a stretched version with greater capacity was a logical development. De Havilland Canada (now part of Bombardier) launched full scale development of a 50 seat stretched version of its Dash 8 regional airliner during 1986, approximately two years after the standard fuselage length aircraft had entered service. 

  • Passengers: 50

  • Engine Type: Turbo Prop

  • Cruise speed 500 KM/H / 214 MPH

  • Range: 1020nm (1880km) 

  • Enclosed lavatory Yes 

  • Crew: 2 pilots 2 flight attendant

ATR72-500

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The maiden flight of the ATR 72 was completed in October 1988 and the aircraft entered service in October 1989. The ATR 72-500 is certified to operate on unpaved runways by installing a kit to ensure landing gear and lower fuselage protection. Special cold weather procedures allow operations at temperatures as low as -54°C.

  • Passengers: 68

  • Engine: Turbo Prop

  • Cruise Speed: 330 KM/H / 611 MPH

  • Range: 1440nm (2666km) 

  • Enclosed lavatory Yes 

  • Crew: 2 Pilots, 2 Flight Attendant

DASH8-400

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The Dash8-400 is a short-range commuter airliner. In service since 1999. Further stretched and higher performance member of the Dash 8 series, with new quieter engines and computer-controlled noise and vibration suppression system. Type designation with a Q for quiet. Sharing production with MITSUBISHI, Japan.

  • Passengers: 76

  • Engine: Turbo Prop

  • Cruise Speed: 667 KM/H / 611 MPH

  • Range: 1100nm (2040km)

  • Enclosed lavatory Yes 

  • Crew: 2 pilots 2 flight attendant

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