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BeechCraft 1900D

The Beechcraft 1900 is a twin-engine turboprop airplane manufactured by 19-passenger Beechcraft Division of Raytheon Company (now Hawker Beechcraft). It was designed for and used primarily as a regional aircraft. It is also used as cargo aircraft, executive transportation, and governments of various countries.

The plane is designed to carry passengers in all weather conditions from airports with relatively short runways. In terms of number of aircraft built and its continued use it is one of the most popular aircraft for 19 passengers in story.

While the 1900C has become a popular regional jet flight, Beechcraft undertook a substantial overhaul of the aircraft, and in 1991 introduced a new version called the 1900D.

The 1900 and 1900C, as most passenger aircraft and 19 jets, have relatively small passenger cabins, with ceilings so low that passengers can not walk through the interior without bending forward. The 1900D is designed to remedy this by providing a cabin a "stand-up", which allows most passengers to walk upright. It is the only aircraft with 19 seats this feature.

As the highest passenger cabin adds weight and drag to the airplane, other elements of the 1900D were also changed. More powerful engines and modified propellers were installed, winglets were added to reduce drag and increase the efficiency of the wings and tail. The cockpit was updated with an Electronic Flight Instrument System (EFIS). The 1900D is the most popular version of this plane.

HELIANG integrates into its fleet two Beechcraft 1900D aircraft model.

General Characteristics

Crew: 2
Capacity: 19 passengers
Length: 17.62 m
Height: 4.72 m
Weight (empty):  4,732 kg
Weight (off): 7,764 kg


Cruising speed: 518 km / h to 20,000 ft
Range: 2.306 km
Maximum altitude:  25.000 ft

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