The Aerocomp News

Volume 3 Issue 1 ONLINE EDITION

Spring 1999

Comp Air 8

Cruising comfortably at 250 mph (TAS@21,000ft), with a useful load of up to 2500 lbs, Aerocomp's new Comp Air 8 will carry 6 adults plus baggage (or a couple children) in comfort and style. Individual bucket seats are provided for six adults, with ample leg and head room, and a bench seat is provided for seating 2 children.

The 31 ft long Comp Air 8 is 2 feet longer than the popular Comp Air 7, and is designed to take full advantage of the Walter 601 turbo-prop engine's outstanding load-carrying capability. This airplane will fly great, though, equipped with any engine from 350HP to 660 HP. With 237 sq. feet of wing area, the Comp Air 8 can easily accommodate a 4800 lb. gross weight (approximately 2500 lbs. useful). For real heavy haulers, optional 5200 lb. gross weight reinforcements are available. Tapered wings for faster cruise are included as a standard feature on the Comp Air 8.


660 hp Walter 601D Turbo-prop
ca8.jpg (9954 bytes)

Because the Comp Air 8 is intended as a high performance, fast-flying load-carrying airplane, specially reinforced (carbon) fuselage and tail group members are included as standard features on the Comp Air 8.

The Comp Air 8 boasts a 461/2" wide cabin, sports 100% mass balanced controls for high cruise speeds, has specially reinforced oversize tail surfaces for stability and control, includes an aerodynamically efficient "raked" windshield, and has flush-mounted landing gear and flush-fit thermopane doors.

As with all Aerocomp kit-built airplanes, total fuel capacity is determined by the builder, who has the option of installing fuel tanks capable of carrying as much as 150 gallons.


Be sure to visit
the Aerocomp Display
at the incredible
Sun ‘n Fun '99
Fly-in and Exhibition
,
Lakeland, FL
April 11 - 17, 1999

For more information, contact:

Aerocomp, Inc.
2335 Newfound Harbor Drive
Merritt Island, FL 32952 USA
TEL/FAX: 1 (321) 453-6641

HOME
Email: Info@AerocompInc.com

The AEROCOMP News
is published quarterly by Aerocomp, Inc.
Copyright 1999.
All rights reserved.