Comp Air 7 Turbine - Performance Flying in a Utility Airplane
Ready for launch?
This airplane doesn't "take-off" it launches! Advancing the power lever on the big Walter 601 turboprop opens up a whole new world for pilots accustomed to flying piston powerplants. As power is advanced, the airplane leaps forward and the wings begin to lift immediately. You'll know instantly that this airplane has no peers. With the ability to climb at up to 4000 feet per minute, your Comp Air 7 Turbine will be out of the pattern and leveling off at cruising altitude before most of your piston-powered friends have finished their preflight run-ups.
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Need Room for the Family?
When it's time to settle down for some relaxed cross-country cruising, the Comp Air 7 Turbine is the airplane of choice. It's roomy cabin will seat 4 adults (plus a couple kids) in comfort. There's plenty of room for everyone. Lots of headroom, legroom, and shoulder room are available in a big cabin that is easily custom-configured to suit each owner's individual preferences. The ride is comfortable and pleasant behind the big, smooth-running, vibration-free turbine powerplant. This is an airplane that passengers will love.
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