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ATR72-200

 

Discover the Vizion Air ATR72-200. A regional turbo-prop aircraft with an excellent performance record.

 
The ATR 72-200 is a regional turbo-prop aircraft built by the Franco-Italian designers Avions de Transport Regional

It is a very reliable and mature aircraft with low operating expenses and this, combined with its high payload capability, makes for outstanding economics.

 

Comfort

Our ATR 72-200 – aka The Pink Lady offers space for 66 passengers at a comfortable seat pitch. Ample overhead bin and wardrobe space is provided. The cabin cross–section is spacious and comparable to the Boeing 737 or 757, unlike cramped 3–abreast regional jets and turboprops.

The unit had a full interior refurbishment with new grey leather seats installed in 2016 as also the exterior paint has been redone in 2016, giving this bird a new look to the market. Last C-check was finished early 2017.

The Vizion Air ATR 72-200, is unique in the market in her capacity. 

 

 

 

ATR 72-200  
Crew 2 Cockpit & 2 Cabin Crew Member 
Passengers 66 passengers
   
Propulsion 2 Turboprop Engines
Engine Model Pratt & Whitney Canada PW100
Engine Power (each)  2,400 shp (1,800 kW)
   
Speed 490 km/h /          265 kts 
   
Service Ceiling  7620 m / 25000 ft 
Range 1852 km / 1000 nm
   
   
Empty Weight  13519 kg / 29804 lb 
max. Takeoff Weight 21350 kg / 47068 lb 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Saab 340

 

Discover the Vizion Air Saab 340. A regional turbo-prop aircraft.

The Saab 340 is a regional turbo-prop aircraft built from 1983 until 1999 with a total of 459 units in partnership between Swedish Company Saab AB and US Company Fairchild Aircraft. It is reliable with low operating expenses. This aircraft is currently in service  close to 50 operators around the world. The Saab 340 is a favorite among airline passengers due to its exibility, comfort and reliable performance. With about half the operating costs of a regional jet, the Saab 340 can offer service in a variety of markets, large or small.

 

Comfort

The Saab 340 offers capacity for 33 passengers at a comfortable seat pitch of 76cm.

 

 

Saab 340  
Crew  2 Cockpit + 1 cabin crew
Passengers 33 passengers
   
Propulsion two turboprop engines
Engine Model 2 × General Electric CT7-5A2 turboprops
Engine Power (each)  1,215 kW (1,735 shp) (take-off) 
   
Speed 271kts / 502 km/h
   
Service Ceiling 25000 ft / 7620m
Range 460nm / 850 km
   
   
Empty Weight  8,140 kg (17,945 lb)
max. Takeoff Weight 12925 kg

        

 

  

 

 

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Fokker 50

 

 

Discover the Vizion Air Fokker 50.

VLM is bussy being a holder of a unrestricted Air Operator Certificate (AOC) and they operate as an all-round service provider for various commercial airlines. 

 

The Fokker 50 is a regional turbo-prop aircraft of which a total of 208 were built until 1997 by the Fokker Aircraft Company. The aircraft is currently in service with close to forty operators on all five continents.

It is a very reliable and mature aircraft with low operating expenses and this, combined with its high payload capability, makes for outstanding economics.

 

Comfort

The Fokker 50 offers space for 50 passengers at a comfortable seat pitch. Ample overhead bin and wardrobe space is provided. The cabin cross-section is spacious and comparable to the Boeing 737 or 757, unlike cramped 3-abreast regional jets and turboprops.

 

A Galley, B Toilet compartment, C Flight attendant seat, D Optional attendant seat, E Passenger door, F Forward cargo door, G Rear cargo door, H Galley service door, J Carry-on baggage compartment, K Forward cargo compartment, L Rear cargo compartment

Cabin noise levels are extremely low, typically below 77 dB throughout larger parts of the cabin (depending on flight stage). These low noise levels are achieved through features that include slow-turning, 6-bladed propellers and vibration absorbers. No cumbersome active noise control is used. In fact, the Fokker 50 is quieter than many regional jets and turboprops.

 

The Fokker 50 has the most headroom of any turboprop with 1.96 m standing height.

Passengers flying the Fokker 50 also benefit from the generous air-conditioning capabilities that are unequalled in its class. 

 

The Vizion Air Fokker 50, is one of the finest aircraft around. 

 

 

 

Fokker 50  
Crew 2 Cockpit, 1 or 2 cabin
Passengers 50 passengers
   
Propulsion 2 Turboprop Engines
Engine Model Pratt & Whitney Canada PW125B
Engine Power (each) 1864 kW/          2500 shp
   
Speed 526 km/h          284 kts
   
Service Ceiling 7.620 m/            25.000 ft
Range 2.632 km/          1.421 NM
   
   
Empty Weight 12.570 kg/         27.712 lbs
max. Takeoff Weight 18.990 kg/         41.866 lbs

 

                                   

 

 

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King Air 350

 

Discover the King Air 350 of Vizion Air. The world's most popular business turboprop aircraft. 

The King Air 350 has a high-caliber performance with more payload capability and range. The King Air can carry full fuel and full seats. 

It is the biggest Kin Air with a cabin nearly three feet longer than the model 200. This provides room for a spacious dual club seating arrangement.

 

Comfort

The King Air offers 8 seats and much room for luggage in both wings and in the back of the aircraft. 

 

 

King Air 350  
Crew 2 Cockpit
Passengers 8 passengers
   
Propulsion 2 Turboprop engines
Engine Model Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-60A
Engine Power (each) 783 kW/  1050 shp
   
Speed 578 km/      312 kts
   
Service Ceiling 10.668 m/      35.000 ft
Range 3350 km/       1765 NM
   
   
Empty Weight 4.289 kg/    9.456 lbs
max. Takeoff Weight 6804 kg/    15.000 lbs

 

        

 

    

 

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CRJ-200

Home base: Billund, Denkmark

Operated by: Backbone

 

The CRJ 200 is designed to provide superior operating efficiencies. The twin-turbofan Bombardier CRJ200 has established itself as the world’s quietest and most environmentally friendly commercial jet aircraft.

The Bombardier CRJ200 is designed to hold 50 passengers in a 4-abreast configuration with a lavatory and galley. The aircraft is originally developed for the United States Air Force and is highly regarded as one of the most reliable and efficient powerplants built. It delivers a performance envelope comparable to that of a mainline jet.

The aircraft requires a radius of only 75 feet to negotiate a 180- degree turn. This is a valuable asset at increasingly congested airports.

The Bombardier CRJ200 is designed with cabin amenities and comfort features that are comparable to those of larger jet aircrafts. The wide and quiet cabin will lead to a confortable flight. The aircraft has under- seat stowage and overhead bins on both sides, with this the cabin luggage is close at hand.

The CRJ series is recognized as being community friendly in terms of external noise and engine emissions. The CRJ200 is recognized as the world’s quietest commercial jetliner.

 

 

CRJ 200  
Crew 2 Cockpit + 1 or 2 cabin crew
Passengers 50 passengers
   
Propulsion 2 General Electrix turbofans
Engine Model GE CF34-3B1
Engine Power (each) 41.01 kN (9,220 lbf)
   
Speed 859 km/h /              464 knots
   
Service Ceiling 12,496 m/     41,000 ft
Range 3000 km
   
   
Empty Weight 19,958 kg (44,000 lb)
max. Takeoff Weight 24,041 kg (53,000 lb)