The A-Viator is an 11 seat high-wing twin turboprop deve loped to meet
the ever increasing demands, from operators, for an aircraft with high
performance and low operating costs.
Its basic design is derived from the successful P68 Series and many
of the latter's features have been maintained.
The retractable land ing gear improves the already excellent speed
characteristics, and the stretched fuselage allows a more efficient use of
cabin space, resulting in a maximum seating capacity of 9 passengers and 2 pilots.
The extreme versatility, ease of maintenance and unmatched low operating
costs make Viator able to meet the most stringent requirements of the operators.
The A-Viator's excellent performance perfectly complements its outstanding versatility. The performance data given below is based on test flights, corrected for standard conditions and at maximum weight.
|Ground run||400 m||1312 ft|
|Over 50 ft||620 m||2034 ft|
|Ground run||320 m||1050 ft|
|Over 50 ft||700 m||2297 ft|
|Rate of climb (two engine)||7.87 m/s||1550 f/m|
|Rate of climb (one engine)||1.38 m/s||270 f/m|
|Service ceiling||7580 m||25000 ft|
|Service ceiling (one engine)||3474 m||11400 ft|
|Max speed (12000 ft)||395 km/h||213 ktas|
|Max range cruising speed||315 km/h||170 ktas|
|Stall speed (no flaps)||139 km/h||75 ktas|
|Stall speed (extended flaps)||128 km/h||69 ktas|
|Range (cruise speed, 12000ft, max fuel)||1575 km||850 nm|
The A-Viator is the direct result of the extensive experience of the company in the design of high wing aircraft. The excellent performance and economics of the A-Viator can be summarized as follows:
The ability to meet a wide variety of mission requirements represents the most outstanding feature of the A-Viator. The cabin layout can be quickly and easily changed to suit any type of payload. Its versatility permits the A-Viator to be used for many applications, including: