Reims-Cessna F406: Διαφορά μεταξύ των αναθεωρήσεων

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The '''Reims-Cessna F 406 Caravan II''' is a [[France|French]] twin [[turboprop]] aircraft manufactured and designed by [[Reims Aviation]] in [[France]] in cooperation with [[Cessna]]. It is essentially a [[Cessna 404]] with two [[Pratt & Whitney PT-6]] turboprop engines and is therefore similar to the pressurized [[Cessna 441]]. The aircraft first flew in [[1983]] and is still produced by Reims Aviation, which is now a private French aircraft manufacturer after buying back the shares held by Cessna in [[1989]].
 
==Design and development==
The ''Reims Cessna F 406 Caravan II'' is a twin turboprop engined, fourteen-seat low wing monoplane of conventional aluminium and steel construction. It was a development of the [[Cessna 404]] with two [[Pratt & Whitney PT-6]] turboprop engines and is therefore similar to the pressurized [[Cessna 441]]. The aircraft first flew on [[22 September]] [[1983]] and is still produced by Reims Aviation, which is now a private French aircraft manufacturer after buying back the shares held by Cessna in [[1989]].
 
The 406 is aimed at passenger and small cargo transport, and civilian and military surveillance. For extra cargo capacity a cargo pod can be fitted to the belly of the aircraft. The ''Surpolmar'' is a new maritime surveillance version of the aircraft with extra equipment such as a 360 degree [[radar]].
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