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Vulcanair introducing a new 4-seater airplane

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Another airplane model on the market: The new certified single-engine aircraft by Vulcanair. The plane is in line with Vulcanair's design philosophy: durability safety and exceptional value.

According to their marketing, Vulcanair leverages its long experience in designing and manufacturing more complex multi-engine aircraft and aims to the popular single-engine piston market.

They focus on an excellent aircraft performance, state-of-the-art manufacturing techniques, with metal durable construction, modern avionics and exceptional value in terms of acquisition costs make the V1.0 a serious alternative in today's piston single engine aircraft arena.

This airplane's structure is a combination of soldered steel tubes - arranged in an articulate reticular fashion (main cabin) coupled with a riveted aluminum wing, tail cone and empennage sections. This arrangement insures a strong protective cabin for pilot and passengers and a lightweight structure altogether.

General specifications:

Engine: 180 hp Lycoming IO-360-M1A Max Take-Off Weight1,155 kg2,546 lbTypically Equipped Empty Weight738 kg1,627 lbMaximum Useful Load417 kg919 lbUsable Fuel Capacity190 l50 galMaximum Seating Capacity44Max Luggage Weight40 kg88 lb Maximum Cruise Speed258 km/h139 ktasRange
(45-min reserve, 45% power, 10,000 ft)1,181 km600 nm

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