The Cessna Caravan is a well-proven single-engine turboprop powered by a legendary reliable 675 Horsepower Pratt & Whitney engine. Since it’s first entry into service in 1986, the caravan has accumulated over 11 million hours of flight time and acquired a worldwide reputation of being an exceptional performer on short strip and un-prepared runway even in marginal weather conditions.

The Caravan is an all weather, first class, air conditioned turbine engine aircraft built in Wichita, Kansas. It has built a solid reputation worldwide for reliable and safe operations in all environments, with more than 1.900 aircraft built. The 2009 built aircraft equipped with the newest glass cockpit technology available on the market. The Caravan has proven superior in remote operations with a powerful and reliable Pratt & Whitney turbine engine for short field operations and extra heavy suspension, which is suitable for many of the rugged strips we operate on in Papua and other part in indonesia ( Bali / Nusa Tenggara / Java  / Sumatra / Sulawesi ).
Standard avionics include

  • GDU 1040A Pilot and Copilot Primary Flight Display (PFD)
  • GDU 1040A Multifunction Display (MFD)
  • GDC 74A Dual Air Data Computer (ADC)
  • GEA 71 Engine/Airframe Unit
  • GRS 77 Dual Attitude and Heading Reference System (AHRS)
  • GMA 1347 Single Audio System with Integrated Marker Beacon Receiver
  • GTX 33 Mode S Transponder
  • Garmin Relative Terrain/Obstacles
  • Garmin Flight Charts Capable
  • Garmin Safe Taxi Capable
  • KN-63 DME
  • Switch, Avionics Power (Two) (On-Off)
  • Artex ME-406 2-Frequency (Non-Nav Interfaced)
  • ELT with Remote Switch and Monitor Light (Dorsal Fin Installation)
  • Avionics Cooling, (2) Cowl Deck Fans and (3) Display Fans
  • PA System with Aft Cabin Speakers

ENGINE INDICATION SYSTEM (EIS) Displayed on MFD During Normal Operations:

  • Engine and System Displays
  • Torque
  • Interstage Turbine Temperature
  • Gas Generator Speed
  • Propeller Speed
  • Oil Pressure
  • Oil Temperature
  • Fuel Quantity
  • Fuel Flow
  • Ammeter/Voltmeter
  • Standby Engine Torque Gauge
  • Altair Digital ADAS Engine Trend Monitoring System


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Wings you can count on

Spend more time in the air — moving product, moving people, generating revenue — and less time on the ground servicing your aircraft. With the dependable and versatile Grand Caravan EX, you can count on exceptional performance whether you need it for business or personal adventures. Cessna’s Grand Caravan EX was engineered for challenging, rugged missions with high payloads and short, rough runways. This workhorse has the agility of a much smaller aircraft — it can take off with less than 1,399 feet of ground and climb at 1,275 feet per minute, reaching cruise speeds of 185 ktas and traveling distances of up to 904 nautical miles.

Detailed Specifications

Performance data is based on the standard Grand Caravan EX configuration, operating in International Standard Atmosphere (ISA) conditions with zero wind. Takeoff and landing field lengths are based on a level, hard surface and dry runway.

Actual performance will vary with factors such as environmental conditions, aircraft configuration and operational/ATC procedures.


  • Length
  • 41 ft 7 in (12.67 m)
  • Height
  • 15 ft 1 in (4.60 m)
  • Wingspan
  • 52 ft 1 in (15.87 m)

  • Wing Area
  • 279 sq ft (26 sq m)
  • 13 ft 4 in (4.05 m)
  • 11 ft 8 in (3.56 m)
    Cabin Interior

  • Height
  • Width
  • Length
  • 54 in (1.37 m)
  • 64 in (1.63 m)
  • 16 ft 9 in (5.10 m)
  • Maximum Passengers
  • 10 – 14
    Baggage Capacity

  • Weight
  • Volume
  • 1,410 lb (640 kg)
  • 143 cu ft (4.05 cu m)

Wingspan – 52 ft 1 in (15.87 m)

15 ft 1 in (4.60 m)

Length – 41 ft 7 in (12.67 m)


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CASA 212-200

CASA 212-200


The CASA C-212 Aviocar is a turboprop-powered STOL medium transport aircraft designed and built in Spain for civil and military use. C-212s are also produced under licence in Indonesia by Indonesian Aerospace, formerly called IPTN but now known as IAe. The design was initially marketed under the name of Aviocar, but EADS-CASA no longer uses that name in referring to the C-212.

A total of 478 C-212s of all variants had been delivered through the end of 2008 by EADS-CASA. EADS-CASA predicts that an additional 85 aircraft will be delivered in the 2007–2016 time period. EADS-CASA currently builds only the C-212-400, which received Spanish certification in 1998. The C-212-200 is currently built in Indonesia, and IAe is also reportedly preparing to begin assembly of −400 models.



The Best Priced Casa-200 In The World. Ready To Put To Work. 7,000 Hour Operator TBO. Garmin GNS-530 Nav/Com/GPS/MFD, Garmin GTX-330 Xpdr, Garmin GTX-327 Xpdr, Avidyne EX-500 Multi-Function, Fairchild A100 CVR, Honeywell ART-2000 Weather Radar.

Total Time Since New: 17,384.1 Hours
Total Cycles Since New: 28,790 Cycles

Engine Specs:
Engine Type / Operator Approved TBO: Garrett TPE-10R-511C / 7000 Hour TBO

LH Engine Serial Number: P-36252C
LH Engine Time SMOH / HSI: 2983.7 / 2983.7 Hours
LH Engine Gear Box SMOH: 2883.7 Hours

RH Engine Serial Number: P31522C
RH Engine Time SMOH / HSI: 418.1 / 418.1
RH Engine Gear Box: 418.1 Hours

Propeller Type: Dowty R334/4-82F/13
Operator Propeller TBO: 4000.0 Hours
LH & RH Propeller Time SMOH: 3408.4 Hours

1. Garmin GMA-340 Audio Panel
2. Garmin GNS-530 Nav/Com/GPS/MFD
3. Garmin GNS-430 Nav/Com
4. Garmin GTX-330 Transponder
5. Garmin GTX-327 Transponder
6. Avidyne EX-500 Multi Function
7. Codan 2000 HF
8. Sunstrand 980-4100 FDR
9. Fairchild A100 CVR
10. Honeywell ART-2000 Weather Radar