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Jetstream 31/41

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28   Charter operators    32   Maintenance centres    5   ATO training organisations   

Overview

The Jetstream 31 is a small twin turboprop airliner with a pressurised fuselage. In 1978, British Aerospace started work on a version of the Handley Page HP-137 Jetstream, re-engined with Honeywell TPE331s which offered more power and longer overhaul intervals than the original Turbomeca Astazou engines.

The Jetstream 31 first flew on 28 March, 1980 and was certificated in the UK on 29 June, 1982. There was seating for up to 19 passengers, nine in executive layout, and two crew.

By 1988, the J31 had been re-engined with two 1,020 shp TPE331-12UARs and given the name Jetstream Super 31. It also features higher weights and improved performance. The J31 was certificated in October 1988 and production continued until 1993.

The Jetstream 41 is a 16 ft stretch version of the J31 accommodating up to 29 passengers, commonly 16 in corporate configuration. On the all new fuselage the wing span was increased, the ailerons and flaps were redesigned, and the wings were mounted underneath. Two Allied Signal TPE33114GR/HR turboprop engines deliver 1,500 shp, later 1,650 shp, and drive five blade constant speed McCauley propellers. They are mounted in nacelles with increased ground clearance.

The Jetstream 41 flew for the first time on 25 September, 1991 and was certified on 23 November, 1992 in Europe, and 9 April, 1993 in the US. The first delivery took place on 25 November, 1992.

From mid 1994, new aircraft were built with uprated engines and a higher MTOW leading to payload and range performance improvements. Jetstream 41 production was terminated in May 1997.

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