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The Stratos 716X. Stratos Aircraft will make a new, larger version of its Model 714 single-engine personal jet proof-of-concept (POC) aircraft available as a builder-assisted kit beginning in the fourth quarter, the company announced on Monday at EAA AirVenture.
The Stratos 716X is a very light jet. The new Model 716X features seating for six and is larger and wider than the 714, with a fuselage that is 31 inches longer and two inches wider than that of the 714.
In addition, the jet will have air conditioning, a fully automated pressurization system, custom switch panels, and several Mid-Continent products, including a Standby Attitude Module with backup battery and a pressurization monitor.
Engineering manager Carsten Sundin said that the Redmond, Oregon company has already sold the first kit to a current Epic LT owner and that the company’s goal is to sell three kits per year for now and eventually to put the aircraft into certified production four to five years in the future.
The average estimated time that the kit would take 2,500 hours to build, approximately the same time as an Epic LT single-engine turboprop.
The build process is expected to take about six months
Instead, the intent is to use the experimental model to f.ine-tune the final certified design while also acquiring the funding required for the full certification program.
The 714 proof of concept aircraft has flown 185 flight hours, achieved an altitude of 25,000 feet, and a maximum true airspeed of 370 knots.
It will be powered by a 3,000-pound-thrust Pratt & Whitney Canada JT15D-5 turbofan and feature an electronic engine control.
Over the last year, the company has flown the aircraft pressurized and concentrated on refining its flight test data acquisition system and drag cleanup, including the installation of fairings on the flap hinges.
While the ultimate goal is to offer a certified 716, Stratos is starting up production with an experimental 716X.
The 716X’s instrument panel will feature a variety of Garmin products, including dual G3X EFIS, GTN 750 GPS/com, and integrated autopilot.
This private jet comes as a kit and has to be put together by the owner.
Owners will be assisted in the build process at the factory in Redmond, which has a slew of high-tech composite manufacturing equipment.
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