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BN-2 Islander.
BN-2 Islander.

 

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Britten Norman BN-2 piston Islander/Trislander

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Specifications

Typical passenger capacity: 9

Max passenger capacity: 17

Range: 503nm nm

Cruise speed: 139 kts

Cabin height: 4.17 ft

Cabin width: 3.58 ft

Cabin length: 10 ft

Cabin volume: 131 cu ft

Production dates: 1965 - current

Twin-engine BN-2 built in U.K. and previously Romania. BN-2A has greater TOGW, and three engine BN-2A MkIII Trislander built between 1972 and 1981 is 7ft 6in longer. Production of this model resumed in 2006

Engines: Lycoming AEIO-/IO-540, Lycoming O-540, Lycoming TIO-540, LTIO-540

 

Charter operators

Canada Montmagny Air Service Inc., Villers Air Services, Wolverine Air Ltd.
U.S.A. Air Flamenco, Cape Air, G & S Aviation, Gem Air, Griffing Flying Service, Island Air Charters, Island Air Service, New England Airlines, NorthAir, Tropic Air Charters

Maintenance centres

U.S.A. Channel Islands Aviation

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Manufacturer

U.K. Britten-Norman Aircraft

New aircraft sales

Canada Britten-Norman (U.S.A.)
Mexico Britten-Norman (U.S.A.)
U.S.A. Britten-Norman

Acknowledgements

Aircraft specifications, fleet and value data compiled from a number of sources, including those published by Conklin & de Decker Aviation Information.

 

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