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The Aerostar turbine-like performance and economical operating costs will definitely surprise you. And, if you're presently maintaining a turboprop, the Aerostar's comparable performance and reasonable cost figures will be an even bigger surprise.
The Aerostar Private Aircraft (formerly Ted Smith Aerostar) is an American twin-engine propeller-driven executive or light transport Aircraft, designed by Ted R. Smith. It was originally built by Ted Smith Private Aircraft Company, which after 1978 became part of the Piper Aircraft Corporation.
Ted Smith flew the first Aerostar 600 in October 1967. It was a mid-wing cantilever monoplane powered by two wing-mounted Avco Lycoming piston engines, with a tricycle landing gear.
The Aerostar Airplane was fitted with luxury accommodation for six. Also produced, and the base of most of the subsequent models, was a version with a turbocharged engine, the Aerostar 601.
The Aerostar Twin Engine Airplane is one of the fastest twin piston engine aircraft produced, with cruise speeds from 220 kt (408 km/h) for the earliest 600 models to 261 kt (483 km/h) for the later 700 models. Light construction, low drag and high powered engines also contribute to fast climb rates.
A completely redone airplane with zero-time engines and all the bells and whistles, can be had for around $700,000, airplane included.
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Designed by aviation legend Ted Smith, the Aerostar twin has been around for more than 40 years, though it's been out of production for more than 20.
Like every airplane Smith designed-he was the brains behind the Aero Commander series of twins and the Jet Commander, one of the first bizjets-the Aerostar light twin was intentionally overbuilt from the get-go.
The idea, and Smith wasn't shy about saying so, was that with a beefy airframe the design could continue to grow in performance over time, including the possible adoption of turbofan engines.
Toward that end, the Aerostar has wing skins twice as thick as typical piston twins, triple wing spars and a tail that withstood 14 Gs during initial certification tests.
Fortunately for the owners of the roughly 600-700 Aerostars that are still on the books (out of around 1,000 built), the airplane remains well supported. Aerostar Aircraft Corporation is not only the owner of the type certificates, but it has dozens of mods of its own for the various models.
Today the company, located in beautiful Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, does everything an aircraft manufacturer would normally do except build new airplanes.
The current state of the Aerostar art is the 702P, a mod package with a list of standard options that can turn a large number of existing Aerostars, even those with previous mods, into the latest and greatest.
The Aerostar Airplanelong nose stretches out in front of you, the ground zipping past below and the sky arcing away above. Its one of the most satisfying and immediately identifiable.
Likewise on takeoff the airplane feels more like a jet than a piston twin. With its high wing loading, quick acceleration-differential braking keeps it straight until 40 knots or so-and a rotation speed of around 90 knots, the airplane requires your full attention on the roll.
Fly all the other twins, both on and off the market, and you'll appreciate that the Aerostar is by far the easiest flying and best handling of the lot. Comparing the 700 Aerostar to conventional aircraft is a bit unfair.
The Aerostar Twin Engine Airplane speed has always been the Aerostar's primary claim to fame, it certainly hasn't been the only one.
One of the biggest gripes about the Aerostar is that it's small inside, but in my view that's kind of a cheap shot.
While it might be small compared to turboprop twins, the interior is larger than that of a Baron, especially at the rear, and there's a good deal of baggage space in an outside fuselage compartment.
For passengers to enter the airplane, you need to slide the pilot's seat all the way forward, a quirk of the Aerostar design, but one that allows the use of a clamshell airstair-style door while not requiring the pilot to climb through the back, as is the case with most cabin-class piston twins.
The weight increase package requires the addition of new heavy-duty wheels and brakes, beefed up landing gear and higher-speed tires.
And it's not only the max takeoff weight that improves: landing, ramp, takeoff and zero-fuel weights are all increased.
The feel of the 702P is pure business, with its cabin-style door and flush-riveted, stressed skin construction.
The AEROSTAR flies with a pair of 350 hp TIO-540s, and the speed ante has jumped from 235 knots to 261 knots (300 mph). The Aerostar Aircraft is definitely one of the most cost effective ways to travel.
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