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Diamond DA42-VI

DA42-VI The definition of perfection
Advanced Twin Technology

The DA42-VI is easy to fly and burns fuel like a single, but with the added safety of a second engine. Impressive cross-country performance pleases private pilots and business owners alike, while the low operating costs make it an ideal advanced trainer. No wonder it’s the best selling piston twin, by far.

DA42-VI improvements
The most important performance and weight improvements at a glance for a typical aircraft configuration compared to the DA42 NG:

  DA42-VI DA42 NG
Max. cruise speed (at MCP) 197 kts (365 km/h) TAS 177 kts (328 km/h) TAS
Empty weight*) 3,109 lbs (1,410 kg) 3,153 lbs (1,430 kg)
Take-off ground roll (ISA SL)  1,083 ft (330 m) 1,444 ft (440 m)
Rate of climb (ISA SL)  1,400 fpm (7.1 m/s) 1,090 fpm (5.5 m/s)

Go where singles fear to tread
Imagine this: It’s dark. You’re in the mountains. You’re picking up ice. Your intended destination just closed. It’s times like this that you’re grateful to have the added security of a second engine, flight into known icing certification and incredible endurance. All critical safety features when turning back is not an option. The peace of mind that comes with the Garmin G1000 NXi glass cockpit, GFC700 autopilot, EECU controlled turbo-diesel engines, and a tough composite airframe, is just part of a long list of standard features.
Don’t worry about high cost maintenance, fuelling and single engine operations:
Our DA42-VI equipped with Jet fuel engines offer you extreme fuel efficiency (consumption at 60% 10.4 US gal/hr), take you further (range at 60% 1,200 nm), are fuelled with lower priced Jet-A1 (average relation from Jet-A1 to Avgas 1:2) and have tremendously lower maintenance expenses than conventional gasoline engines.
With traditional twins, single-engine operations were their Achilles heel. Feathering an engine in the ultra-modern DA42-VI is as easy as flipping a switch, and restarting it after a simulated shut down is just as simple. With a single-engine ceiling of 18,000 feet and a positive rate of climb with one engine inoperative, the aircraft is supreme on the performance front, too.

Advanced avionics and all weather capability at day and night
The capableGarmin G1000 NXi cockpit makes flight planning and plan changes in the air less challenging.
A dual-alternator, dual battery system provides you with the confidence that your avionics will be there when you need them. The anti-static primer combined with static wicks ensures crisp reception especially in precipitation when you need it most.
Your DA42-VI is also certified for IFR (Instrumental Flight Rules), VFR (Visual Flight Rules) and Night VFR.
A proven TKS ice protection system helps the DA42-VI to withstand flight into known icing conditions. Wings, tail, propellers and windshield are protected with TKS fluid, systems are redundant and rigorous flight tests have demonstrated the ability of the DA42-VI to withstand icing long enough to get you back to safety.

Built to be the ultimate trainer aircraft
You are preparing your students to be the best airline pilots? The DA42-VI is the finest choice you can take for multi-engine rating. You’ll be in good company, many leading flight schools, make the DA42 a key plane in their training fleets because it offers students a training experience that helps with a transition to the regional jets. Jet-like thrust control, advanced Garmin G1000 NXi glass cockpit, and an ability to fly approaches and procedures in conditions similar to those encountered by light jets and turbo-props, means you can get ready for that day when you become an airliner pilot.

Technical Specifications
DA42-VI Facts & Figures

Dimensionen / Masse / Gewicht

Specifications
Length 8.56 m 8.56 m
Height 2.49 m 8 ft 2 in
Wing span 13.55 m 44 ft 4 in
Seats 4 4
Empty weight *) 1,410 kg 3,109 lbs
MTOM 1,999 kg 4,407 lbs
Payload *) 590 kg 1,301 lbs
Fuel capacity (standard-/long range tank) 189 lt / 289 lt 50 US gal / 76.4 US gal
Consumption at 60% 39.4 lt / h (in total) 10.4 US gal / h (in total)
Max. Speed 365 km / h TAS 197 kts TAS
Max. Operating Altitude 5,486 m 18,000 ft
*) Specifications apply to standard equipped aircraft (with DME, TAS, WX500, AUX, TKS, standard light weight interior without adjustable seats), if not otherwise stated. The above data are approximately specifications and may change without notice.
Note regarding model „DA42 NG“ and name „DA42-VI“:
The DA42-VI is the latest and improved version of the DA42 NG model. We point out that the name “DA42-VI” is used for marketing purposes to improve differentiation from the “DA42 NG”. However the model designation for both aircraft is the same. Therefore all DA42-VI technical documentation (such as type certificate, AFM, AMM, etc.) are issued with the model designation DA42 NG.

Diamond DA42 MPP Guardian

DA42 MPP GUARDIAN Precision from above
A powerful and cost-effective mission solution

Based on the award-winning DA42 NG, the DA42 MPP (Multi Purpose Platform) GUARDIAN is the ultimate special mission aircraft with an endurance of up to 12 hrs while burning only 6.4 US gallons (24.2 litre) per hour. With a DA42 GUARDIAN you have a proven and fully certified remote sensing system at your disposal. Powerful and cost efficient, it delivers accurate results with hawk-eyed precision for ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance) missions, geo surveys or TV broadcasting.

Turnkey Solution
The DA42 GUARDIAN mission solutions comprise a cost-efficient fixed wing platform, airborne sensors, data-links, command and control centres as well as corresponding pilot, operator and maintenance training. Acting as a one-stop-shop we will tailor your fully certified remote sensing platform to your specific needs. The cooperation with renowned industry experts and a strong partner network guarantees cutting-edge technology with a competent and reliable project implementation.
As your single point of contact we provide you with quality, service, convenience and value, allowing you to focus on your business.

Multi-purpose Platform
Tomorrow’s mission is different than yesterdays? No problem! The aircraft has been specially designed for carrying multi-functional aerial sensors, like EO/IR cameras for surveillance and reconnaissance missions, land and sear radars, COMINT solutions, airborne laser scanners or large format digital aerial cameras.
Mission kits can be mounted on specific hard points located on the nose and belly of the aircraft as well as in the cabin and nose luggage compartments.

Cost-Effectiveness
With its line of cost effective and efficient fixed-wing aircraft, Diamond Aircraft has taken remote sensing in a new direction.
The DA42 GUARDIAN has demonstrated it is the perfect complement to traditional Police helicopter platforms, and can add substantial capability at a fraction of the operating costs of traditional platforms: up to 12-hour non-stop missions for less than 100 Euros per hour.

Technical Specifications
DA42 MPP GUARDIAN Facts & Figures

Dimensions / mass / loading

Specifications
Length *) 8.70 m 28 ft 6 in
Height *) 2.49 m 8 ft 2 in
Wing span 13.42 m 44 ft
Crew 1 or 2 pilots 1 or 2 operators
Empty weight *) 1,365 kg 3,008 lbs
MTOM 1,999 kg 4,407 lbs
Useful load *) 634 kg 1,398 lbs
Fuel capacity (main tank/incl. auxiliary tank) 189 lt / 288 lt 50 US gal / 76 US gal
Consumption at 35% 24.2 lt / h (in total) 6.4 gal / h (in total)
Max. Speed 317 km / h TAS 171 kts TAS
Max. service ceiling 5,486 m 18,000 ft
*) Specifications can differ depending on the specific sensor equipment.
Specifications apply to standard equipped aircraft, if not otherwise stated. The above data are approximately specifications and may change without notice.

Diamond DA42 MPP Geostar

DA42 MPP GEOSTAR High Geo Accuracy meets Operational Economy
All-in-one solution for Geo Survey and Mapping

Diamond Aircraft, known for the most efficient aircraft in the industry and state-of-the-art remote sensing solutions, puts another Diamond in the sky. For the first time, the new DA42 GEOSTAR enables collecting laser-scanning and photo-grammetry data during one single flight. The GEOSTAR is particularly suited for surveying cities, land areas, critical infrastructure (such as pipelines), glaciers or snow fields, but also for mapping damages caused through natural disasters.

Most economic remote sensing platform
The systems are integrated on the DA42 MPP, the most economic remote sensing platform worldwide, with sufficient resources for fuel and flight crew. Hence the GEOSTAR is able to complete incredible 10-hour survey flights with a range of up to 1,042 NM, equivalent to the flight route Vienna – Alicante. At an altitude of 10,000 feet it can even collect data from areas of unbelievable 3,400 km², the size of the Spanish isle Majorca, during one single flight only.

Collect laser-scanning and photogrammetry data at once
For the first time, the new DA42 GEOSTAR enables collecting laser-scanning and photogrammetry data during one single flight.

A photogrammetric camera, installed in a special pod on the aircraft’s nose, delivers accurate representations of the Earth's surface, called ortho-photos (aerial photos). A laser-scanner captures the terrain topography by firing a laser and measuring the time it takes for the laser to be reflected back from a point. The result of the collected measurements is a digital terrain model in the form of a point cloud. The scanner is mounted on the belly of the aircraft in a specifically designed pod. By merging the ortho-photo with the point cloud you get a precise, realistic 3D model of the object.

State-of-the-art technology
The special mission aircraft consists of state-of-the-art technology from renowned companies:
- Long-range airborne laser-scanner “LMS-Q780” from RIEGL Laser Measurement Systems
- High-format photogrammetric camera “Ultracam LP” from Microsoft/VEXCEL Imaging
- Gyro stabilization mount “SSM 350 L” von SOMAG for drastic movement reduction of the camera
- Flight management systems “CCNS 5 / AEROCONTROL 2” from IGI Systems for guidance, positioning and sensor management


Technical Specifications
DA42 MPP GEOSTAR Facts & Figures

Dimensions / mass / loading

Specifications
Length *) 8.99 m 29 ft 5 in
Height *) 2.49 m 8 ft 2 in
Wing span 13.42 m 44 ft
Crew 1 pilot, 1 operator 1 pilot, 1 operator
Empty mass *) 1,596 kg 3,519 lbs
MTOM 1,999 kg 4,407 lbs
Payload for crew and fuel 403 kg 888 lbs
Fuel tank capacity 289 lt 76.4 US gal
Min. Operation Speed 132 km / h 71 KIAS
Max. Cruise Speed (16,000 ft) 317 km / h 171 KTAS
Certified Service Ceiling 5,474 m 18,000 ft

*) Specifications can differ depending on the specific sensor equipment.
Specifications apply to standard equipped aircraft, if not otherwise stated. The above data are approximately specifications and may change without notice.

Diamond DA42 MPP Pandion

DA42 MPP PANDION Maritime Patrol Turnkey Solution
A cost-effective maritime patrol turnkey solution. Diamond Aircraft's DA42 MPP PANDION is an all in one solution for coastal surveillance consists of a light weight search radar, an electro-optical and infrared gyro stabilized gimbal camera and a commercial satellite communication system. Using no ITAR components guarantees fast worldwide delivery on short notice.

Perfectly suited for Coastal Surveillance, Maritime Patrol, Anti-piracy, Oil Spill Detection, Illegal Fishing, and more.

The Marime Patrol Turnkey Solution
Diamond’s all in one solution for coastal surveillance consists of a light weight search radar, an electro-optical and infrared gyro stabilized gimbal camera and a commercial satellite communication system. Using no ITAR components guarantees fast worldwide delivery on short notice.
Diamond Aircraft internally modified both the maritime radar, called NEPTUN, and the BLOS SATCOM (Beyond Line of Sight Satellite Communication), called KOPERNIKUS. The architecture was kept simple and very user friendly to guarantee stable and reliable operation throughout the mission.

EO/IR Sensor System & Integrated Mission Management Systems
EO/IR SENSOR SYSTEM
The EO/IR camera is a proven cost-effective compact multi sensor surveillance system. For stable imaging, a fully digital 4-axis active gyro-stabilized system compensates for aircraft movements and vibrations.
INTEGRATED MISSION MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
The integrated augmented reality moving map system provides full situational awareness.

Maritime Radar
The in-house modified maritime radar, called NEPTUN, mounted on the aircraft’s belly, is equipped with an AIS (Automatic Identification System) receiver. It delivers situational overview of the actual ship traffic within a maximum range of 36 nm (66 km). The system offers an additional benefit for the aircraft crew: nautical charts can be uploaded to enable an overlay with the real time processed radar data. The underfloor radom was redesigned, offering best aerodynamic performance to minimize the DA42 MPP’s drag characteristics.

BLOS SATCOM
The in-house modified satellite communication system, called KOPERNIKUS, enables permanent connection with decision makers and crew on ground. It is available for INMARSAT and THURAYA networks and allows working online, emailing, using VoIP, transmitting snapshots from the radar, or streaming live video from the camera.


Technical Specifications
DA42 MPP Facts & Figures

Dimensions / mass / loading

Specifications
Length *) 8.70 m 28 ft 6 in
Height *) 2.49 m 8 ft 2 in
Wing span 13.42 m 44 ft
Crew 1 or 2 pilots 1 or 2 operators
Empty weight *) 1,365 kg 3,008 lbs
MTOM 1,999 kg 4,407 lbs
Useful load *) 634 kg 1,398 lbs
Fuel capacity (main tank/incl. auxiliary tank) 189 lt / 288 lt 50 US gal / 76 US gal
Consumption at 35% 24.2 lt / h (in total) 6.4 gal / h (in total)
Max. Speed 317 km / h TAS 171 kts TAS
Max. service ceiling 5,486 m 18,000 ft
*) Specifications can differ depending on the specific sensor equipment.
Specifications apply to standard equipped aircraft, if not otherwise stated. The above data are approximately specifications and may change without notice.

Boeing 787-10

In December 2005, pushed by the interest of Emirates and Qantas, Boeing was studying the possibility of stretching the 787-9 further to seat 290 to 310 passengers. This variant would be similar to the capacity of the Airbus A350-900 and Boeing 777-200ER. Customer discussions were continuing in early 2006. Mike Bair, Boeing's vice president and general manager for the 787 development program at the time, said it was easier to proceed with the 787-10 development after other customers followed Emirates' request.
On May 30, 2013, Singapore Airlines (SIA) became the launch customer by stating it would order 30 787-10s (provided Boeing launched the program), to be delivered in 2018–2019. On June 18, 2013, Boeing officially launched the 787-10 at the Paris Air Show, with orders or commitments for 102 aircraft from Air Lease Corporation (30), Singapore Airlines (30), United Airlines (20), British Airways (12), and GE Capital Aviation Services (10),
The variant was envisioned as replacing Boeing 777-200, Airbus A330 and Airbus A340 aircraft. The -10 is to compete against the Airbus A350-900, and offer better economics than the A350 on shorter routes, according to Boeing. Steven Udvar-Hazy said "If it's identically configured, the -10 has a little bit of an edge on the -900", but smaller than Boeing's estimate of 10 percent. The 787-10 is to be 224 ft (68 m) long, seat 330 passengers in a two-class cabin configuration, and have a range of 6,430 nmi (11,910 km; 7,400 mi).
Boeing completed detailed design for the -10 on December 2, 2015.[288] Major assembly began in March 2016. Designers targeted 90% commonality between the 787-9 and -10 and achieved 95%; the 18-ft stretch was reached by adding 10 ft forward of the wing and 8 ft aft, and by strengthening the fuselage for bending loads in the center wingbox. Because of the length and additional tail strike protection needed, a semilevered landing gear enables rotation over the aft wheels rather than at the bogie center, like the 777-300ER, and the cabin air conditioning system has 15% more capacity. The first and third -10s have Rolls-Royce's new Trent 1000 TEN engines, while the second is powered by the competing General Electric GEnx-1B engine.
Major fuselage parts were received for final assembly on November 30, 2016. The 787-10's mid-fuselage sections are too large for transport to Everett, Washington and it is built only in Charleston, South Carolina; it is the first Boeing airliner assembled exclusively there. The first -10 was rolled out on February 17, 2017. The variant's first flight took place on March 31, 2017 and lasted 4 hours and 48 minutes.
The first test 787-10 aircraft is engaged in flight envelope expansion work and the second joined the program in early May 2017, while the third with a passenger cabin interior to test the uprated environmental control system and Trent fuel-burn performance was scheduled to join in June. The -10 was scheduled to appear at the 2017 Paris Air Show. The second -10 is being used to prove the GE Aviation engines and the third made its first flight on June 8, 2017, when the flight-test programme was 30% complete. Boeing finished final assembly and painting of the first production 787-10 in October 2017, before its certification. The flight tests are mainly ahead of schedule, with the last stages focused on fuel burn validation and revised flight control software, the phase should be completed in December 2017 and could advance first deliveries earlier than expected in 2018.
At the start of the November 2017 Dubai Air Show the 787-10 had 171 orders; Emirates committed to 40 787-10s, in two- and three-class cabins for 240 to 330 passengers, to be delivered from 2022 and with conversion rights to the smaller 787-9. These aircraft are adapted for 7–8.5 hour missions, in a 280-seat three–class layout. Emirates' Tim Clark was doubtful it would meet its MTOW for the payload-range required with initial 70,000–72,000 lbf (310–320 kN) thrust engines, but with the current 76,000 lbf (340 kN) turbofans and the -9 early margins gave the -10 "stellar economics".
In January 2018, the -10 was certified by the FAA after testing for 900 flight hours. Boeing received its production certificate on February 15. It was first delivered to launch customer Singapore Airlines on March 25, 2018. Fitted with 337 seats, 36 in business and 301 in economy, the -10 began commercial service on April 3, 2018.
The 8.7% fuselage stretch from the -9 to the -10 likely increased empty weight at a lower rate than the 7.4% growth from the -8 to the -9 due to the 10.7% stretch. Software increases the tailplane effectiveness to avoid modifying it. With the same wing but a longer fuselage than the -9, the flutter margin was reduced for the -10 but to avoid stiffening the wing or adding wingtip counterweights for commonality, software oscillates the elevators in the flaps up vertical mode suppression system (F0VMS), similar to the vertical gust load alleviation.

Technical Specs

787-8787-9787-10
Seats (2-class) 242 290 330
Range nm (km) 7,355 nmi (13,620 km) 7,635 nmi (14,140 km) 6,430 nmi (11,910 km)
Length 57 m (186 ft) 63 m (206 ft) 68 m (224 ft)
Wingspan 60 m (197 ft) 60 m (197 ft) 60 m (197 ft)
Height 17 m (56 ft) 17 m (56 ft) 17 m (56 ft)
Engine GEnx-1B / Trent 1000 GEnx-1B / Trent 1000 GEnx-1B / Trent 1000

787 It Reinvents Fleet Plans and Transforms Business Plans.
The industry-leading technology of the 787 Dreamliner is creating remarkable opportunities for airlines around the world and dramatically improving the air travel experience. We call it the Dreamliner effect. The airplane's unparalleled fuel efficiency and range flexibility enables carriers to profitably open new routes as well as optimize fleet and network performance. And for their passengers, an experience like none other in the air, with more comfort and less fatigue. The Dreamliner effect. That's a better way to fly.

Boeing 787 Dreamliner

The Boeing 787 Dreamliner is an American long-haul, mid-size wide-body, twin-engine jet airliner made by Boeing Commercial Airplanes. Its variants seat 242 to 335 passengers in typical three-class seating configurations. It is the first airliner with an airframe constructed primarily of composite materials. The 787 was designed to be 20% more fuel-efficient than the Boeing 767, which it was intended to replace. The 787 Dreamliner's distinguishing features include mostly electrical flight systems, raked wingtips, and noise-reducing chevrons on its engine nacelles.
The aircraft's initial designation was the 7E7, prior to its renaming in January 2005. The first 787 was unveiled in a roll-out ceremony on July 8, 2007 at Boeing's Everett factory. Development and production of the 787 has involved a large-scale collaboration with numerous suppliers worldwide. Final assembly takes place at the Boeing Everett Factory in Everett, Washington, and at the Boeing South Carolina factory in North Charleston, South Carolina. Originally planned to enter service in May 2008, the project experienced multiple delays. The airliner's maiden flight took place on December 15, 2009, and completed flight testing in mid-2011. Boeing has reportedly spent $32 billion on the 787 program.
Final US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) type certification was received in August 2011, and the first 787-8 was delivered in September 2011. It entered commercial service on October 26, 2011 with launch customer All Nippon Airways. The stretched 787-9 variant, which is 20 feet (6.1 m) longer and can fly 450 nautical miles (830 km) farther than the -8, first flew in September 2013. Deliveries of the 787-9 began in July 2014; it entered commercial service on August 7, 2014 with All Nippon Airways, with 787-9 launch customer Air New Zealand following two days later. as of November 2018, the 787 had orders for 1,403 aircraft from 70 customers, with American Airlines having the largest number on order.
The aircraft has suffered from several in-service problems related to its lithium-ion batteries, including fires on board during commercial service. These systems were reviewed by both the FAA and the Japan Civil Aviation Bureau. The FAA issued a directive in January 2013 that grounded all 787s in the US, and other civil aviation authorities followed suit. After Boeing completed tests on a revised battery design, the FAA approved the revised design and lifted the grounding in April 2013; the 787 returned to passenger service later that month.

Airbus A340-600

The Airbus A340 is a long-range, four-engine, wide-body commercial passenger jet airliner that was developed and produced by the European aerospace company Airbus. The A340 was assembled in Toulouse, France. It seats up to 375 passengers in the standard variants and 440 in the stretched -600 series. Depending on the model, it has a range of 6,700 to 9,000 nautical miles (12,400 to 16,700 km; 7,700 to 10,400 mi). Its distinguishing features are four high-bypass turbofan engines and three-bogie main landing gear.
The A340-600 is the largest-capacity member of Airbus’ A340 Family, with an overall length of 75.36 metres and accommodations for around 350 passengers (or 475 in high-density seating). The aircraft – which can be used effectively in commercial, corporate or government operations – includes state-of-the-art technologies such as weight-saving composite structures and a fuel-saving aerodynamic design, along with pilot-friendly cockpits, flight controls and systems.
Dimensions
Overall length 75.36 m
Cabin length 60.98 m
Fuselage width 5.64 m
Max cabin width 5.28 m
Wing span (geometric) 63.45 m
Height 17.93 m
Track 10.69 m
Wheelbase 32.89 m
Capacity
Pax Typical seating 326
Max 475
Freight LD3 capacity underfloor 43
Max pallet number underfloor 14
Bulk hold volume 19.7 m³
Total volume (Bulk loading) 207.60 m³
Performance
Range 14 450 km
Mmo M0.86
Max ramp weight 381.20 tonnes
Max take-off weight 380.00 tonnes
Max landing weight 265.00 tonnes
Max zero fuel weight 251.00 tonnes
Max fuel capacity up to 204 500 litres
Dimensions
Overall length 247 ft 3 in
Cabin length 200 ft 1 in
Fuselage width 18 ft 6 in
Max cabin width 17 ft 4 in
Wing span (geometric) 208 ft 2 in
Height 58 ft 10 in
Track 35 ft 1 in
Wheelbase 107 ft 11 in
Capacity
Pax Typical seating 326
Max 475
Freight LD3 capacity underfloor 43
Max pallet number underfloor 14
Bulk hold volume 695 ft³
Total volume (Bulk loading) 7 331 ft³
Performance
Range 7 800 nm
Mmo M0.86
Max ramp weight 840.40 lb x 1000
Max take-off weight 837.80 lb x 1000
Max landing weight 584.20 lb x 1000
Max zero fuel weight 553.20 lb x 1000
Max fuel capacity  54 020 USG
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