Display visio.The scientific and technological content of the aviation business aircraft display screen. The maximum speed can reach Mach 0.92. the range is more than 1100 kilometers. after the retirement of Concorde, the fastest civil aircraft in the world is the Cessna Award X.
Cessna Award X can take eight passengers and cruise 6000 kilometers at an altitude of 15000 meters. Cessna Award X allows you to experience the feeling of “overflight” that constantly surpasses other aircraft. With Cessna Award X as your companion, you will fly farther in the same time, and the shortest time will take you to the same destination.
The Cessna Award X has a maximum take-off weight of 16.5t and is equipped with two Rolls-Royce AE3007C1 turbofan jet engines equipped with FADEC control systems with a single take-off thrust of 6764 pounds (3068kg), which is comparable to the engines of 50-seat regional jets currently on the market. Because of the sufficient power, it is ensured that the cruising speed of the Award X is faster than that of other airliners. The minimum overhaul interval of the engine is 6000 hours. if business jet users fly 600 hours a year, the engine does not need to be overhauled within ten years.
Award X is equipped with a new generation of HoneywellPrimus2000 avionics instrument system, which includes engine status display and crew alarm system (EICAS). Five large flat panel LCD screens centrally display all data under switch control, providing more sufficient aircraft and flight status information to the crew in a timely manner. Ergonomic design also makes it easy for co-pilots to read instrument information and control aircraft.
In 2000, the Civil Aviation Administration of China introduced a Cessna Award X as a flight verification and official aircraft, successfully completed hundreds of verification and official flights, spread all over the country and became the image ambassador of the Civil Aviation Administration of China.
Gulfstream, a famous business jet company in the United States, said that the new Gulfstream G650 business plane reached a speed of Mach 0.995 in recent flutter tests, surpassing Cessna’s award CitationX (up to Mach 0.92mach) to become the fastest aircraft in civil aviation. (note: the ratio of the velocity of the aircraft in the air to the speed of sound in the undisturbed air far ahead of that altitude is called the flying Mach number. Gulfstream said that during the flutter test of the G650, the pilot operated the plane 6001 until the nose dived 16 to 18 degrees below the horizontal line and achieved a maximum flight speed of Mach 0.995. At the same time, in the process of this test, the flutter exciter well controls the vibration frequency range of the wing, vertical tail and flight control surface to ensure that the aircraft enters the flutter test naturally. Test pilot TomHorne said that the handling of the flight is good, even at the top speed, the aircraft can still be accurately controlled.
The G650 has a super-spacious cabin and is powered by a Rolls-Royce BR725 engine, which enables the G650 to fly close to the speed of sound at 7000 knots at Mach 0.85m, making it the fastest and farthest of any business aircraft, the company said. The G650 fuselage is 30.4m long, wingspan 30.35m, fuselage height 7.72m, weight less than 45.36t, with extraordinary take-off and landing performance, take-off distance of 1829 meters, landing distance of 914m, suitable for take-off and landing in small airports, can avoid busy international airports.
The G650 is powered by a Rolls-Royce BR725A1-12 engine with a maximum thrust of 7711 kg, allowing it to climb to 15545 meters and fly above the height of heavy air traffic, making the journey extremely comfortable for passengers. Equipped with a brand new thrust system and optimized advanced wings, the BR725 engine can bring extraordinary performance and transoceanic flight capability to the G650. In practice, the 8867-kilometer journey from Los Angeles to London by G650 can be reduced by 31 minutes.
Omni-directional thoughtful design repositioning cabin comfort standard Gulfstream G650 design is determined after a lot of training. The G650 has a metal fuselage and wings, with increased use of composite materials, including horizontal stabilizers, elevators and rudders, as well as winglets, fairing, cockpit floors and rear bulkheads. The G650 has advanced high-speed wings with a larger area than the G550 and a larger sweep angle.
The fuselage of the plane is 24 inches longer than the Gulfstream G550, 14 inches wider and 3 inches higher. The size of Gulfstream’s iconic oval window has also been increased by 16%, and the location has been optimized for visual effects.
The G650 has an ultra-precision cockpit and a comprehensive cockpit comfort design. As the longest-range and most spacious super business jet in the Gulfstream fleet, the G650 has an interior space of 2.59 meters wide and 1.95 meters high, with a maximum of 18 passengers, making it the most spacious of all competing aircraft. The G650 is also equipped with a kitchen and an independently ventilated bathroom, and the air pressure in the cabin is so suitable that passengers will not feel uncomfortable even at high altitude. When the aircraft cruises at the maximum cruising altitude of 15545 meters, the cabin pressure is only equivalent to 1487 meters, and when cruising at 12497 meters, the cabin pressure is only equivalent to 853 meters.
The G650 is not only equipped with a full kitchen and bar, but also a variety of entertainment facilities, including satellite phone, wireless Internet, 26-inch LCD display and other equipment, providing passengers with a colorful flight experience.
The iconic avionics system ensures safe and smooth intercontinental flight. The avionics system of the Gulfstream G650 uses Gulfstream’s famous PlaneViewII cockpit. The excellent performance of the cockpit management system and configurations such as Gulfstream’s iconic cursor Control Accessories (CursorControlSystem) greatly enhance the efficiency of the interaction between the pilot and the electronic equipment on the aircraft, and reduce his workload.