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The Aviation Alliance Announces First Product Offering, Excalibur 421

PASO ROBLES, Calif., Jan. 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The Aviation Alliance, LLC (Alliance) has announced its first business-aviation offering, the Excalibur 421. Featuring a remanufactured Cessna 421 airframe and Pratt & Whitney PT6A-135A turboprop engines, the Excalibur 421 also includes an extensive custom Garmin avionics suite and a new-generation interior cabin. Tires, brakes, de-icing, hydraulics and electrical systems are also all new.

"The Excalibur 421 is essentially a brand-new airplane," said Jack Pelton, Aviation Alliance managing director of operations. "We own the PT6A STC (Supplemental Type Certificate), and we're already flying a prototype, which is proving that our aggressive performance goals are realistic and achievable. There's nothing flying that can come close to the value proposition and performance that we're offering."

"The Excalibur will be attractive to existing 421 owners as well as operators considering the purchase of single- or twin-engine cabin-class turboprops, new or pre-owned," Pelton said. "We're going to deliver an airplane that redefines the category."

Initial pricing of the Excalibur 421 is $2.5 million. With a projected top speed of 327 kts and 1,420 nm maximum range (with IFR reserves), the Excalibur 421 pairs jet-like performance with twin-turboprop dependability, safety and efficiency. Excalibur 421 aerodynamic enhancements include winglets, vortex generators and aft strakes.

Remanufacturing, systems retrofitting and interior completions will be performed by Alliance team members located in Oklahoma City at the Oklahoma Jet Support Center and Capital Aviation. Excalibur 421 aircraft will be covered by warranties similar to OEM warranties on new aircraft.

The Excalibur 421 demonstration aircraft will be completed by late summer, with initial deliveries of new aircraft beginning by the end of 2013.

Excalibur 421 Specifications and Descriptions – Preliminary Data

General Aircraft Dimensions



Overall Height

11 ft 6 in

3.49 m

Overall Length

36 ft 5 in

11.09 m

Wingspan w/Winglets

44 ft 4 in

13.51 m

Cabin Height

4 ft 5 in

1.32 m

Cabin Length

15 ft 7 in

4.75 m

Cabin Width

4 ft 7 in

1.39 m

Seating Capacity

6+2





Powerplants



Two Pratt & Whitney Engines (Turboprop)

PT6A-135A


Horsepower

833 ESHP (Flat Rated to 475 SHP)


Hartzel Q-Tip Propeller, Three-bladed






Design Weights & Capabilities



Gross Weight

7,700 lbs


Max. Landing Weight

7,400 lbs


Max. Payload

1,980 lbs


Max. Fuel Capacity

330 U.S. gal





Performance



Max. Speed

327 kts

376 mph

High Cruise Speed

300 kts

345 mph

Long Range Cruise

280 kts

322 mph

Max. Range (with IFR Reserves)

1,420 nm


Rate of Climb

3,800 fpm


Rate of Climb – Engine Out

1,050 fpm


Service Ceiling

30,000 ft


Service Ceiling – Engine Out

20,000 ft


About The Aviation Alliance, LLC
The Aviation Alliance, LLC manages various programs that remanufacture, modernize and market aircraft that then rival or exceed new-aircraft performance, safety and reliability, at a fraction of the cost.

SOURCE Aviation Alliance, LLC

About PR Newswire
Copyright © 2007 PR Newswire. All rights reserved. Republication or redistribution of PRNewswire content is expressly prohibited without the prior written consent of PRNewswire. PRNewswire shall not be liable for any errors or delays in the content, or for any actions taken in reliance thereon.

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