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"TURBOPROPS" with average cruising speeds of over 300 mph and an average nonstop range above 1,000 miles, a turboprop can travel further, faster and offer more comfort than piston Aircraft while keeping charter costs below those of "Jet Aircraft."
"Turbo Props Aircraft" are a great way to travel for short trips and short runways. "KING AIR 200" The "KING AIR 250" or Twin engine Aircraft are powered by engines that use a gas turbine to drive the propeller.
"TURBOPROPS" engines are more reliable and give Aircraft the ability to fly at higher altitudes than piston engines. "PIAGGIO AVANTI" Piston aircraft are generally smaller aircraft, seating no more than six passengers, and are well suited for relatively short missions of 300 miles or less.
"PIAGGIO AVANTI" offer better short runway performance and burn less fuel than jets, meaning lower operating costs and access to many more general aviation airports which may have runways too short to manage jets.
And as piston engines are less powerful than turboprops engines, piston aircraft speeds are generally limited to about 200 mph.
"GRAND CARAVAN" Charter Flights at its best. Turboprop aircraft can fit all your short-range travel needs. CENTRAL JET CHARTER Inc. Turboprops!
These aircraft have state of the art avionics and can be configured with executive club seating or “airline configuration” if used for event travel or corporate shuttle missions.
A turboprop engine is a turbine engine that drives an aircraft propeller. In contrast to a turbojet, the engine's exhaust gases do not contain enough energy to create significant thrust, since almost all of the engine's power is used to drive the propeller.
"TURBOPROPS AIRCRAFT" combine the low-cost advantages of the piston aircraft while sharing some of the performance and cabin comfort advantages of "Light Jets." Turboprops are powered by turbo propeller engines. "KING AIR 350."
"A KING AIR 350" can fly slower than Jets and most are fairly small, seating 6 to 8, though there are larger turboprops available. The typical turboprop may be compared in size to a large SUV, and is often arranged in the layout of a small office.
"Private Aviation" at its best. Amenities vary from full entertainment systems, galley and private lavatories to standard seating with a beverage station. We are one of the best Private aviation companies!
"PRIVATE AIRCRAFT CHARTER" has many advantages such as time savings, and great costs. Average passenger capacity is from 6-8 people on the light models and 30+ on larger models. Turboprops average approximately 1500 miles. "PRIVATE PLANE COMPANIES" can’t beat our pricing. If recreation is your primary objective, a single-engine propeller plane with a piston or tuboprop engine should meet your needs.
"AIR CHARTER" is the best if your business requires the efficient transportation of many passengers, you should start by looking into twin-engine turboprop aircraft for short domestic flights or jets for long domestic flights and overseas flights. Turbo prop air charter!
"PROPPELLAR PRIVATE AIRCRAFT" are much cheaper to run, service, and buy compared to their jet plane counterparts.
To break it down even further, propeller planes with simple piston engines are the most economical choice in terms of both fuel and maintenance costs. At centraljetcharter.com/turboprops.html can be chartered for $600 an hour and up.
Turboprops are equally as safe as jet engines. In fact, turboprops and jets both have turbine engines and are virtually the same thing.
Popular for short to mid-range flights, Turboprops can access runways that are often too short for "Private Jet Aircraft."
Amenities often include: pressurized passenger cabins for added comfort, safety and performance and a semi-private lavatory. "Turbroprop Aircraft Charter Flights."
Are Jets safer than Turboprops? One of the most common concerns people have when hopping on an aircraft with propellers is that it lacks the safety of a jet without propellers. Why the fear?
Perhaps the concern is related to the additional noise produced by turboprops.
Turboprops and jets are both built with turbine, or jet, engines. Jets have turbine engines encased with fan blades while turboprops have a propeller on the outside.
This is much different than with piston engines, which also have propellers, but are much different mechanically.
Turbine engines are safer and more reliable than piston engines, which are typically found in smaller aircraft.
Turboprops might be a little louder, but they are actually safer than jets when going into smaller runways.
It is related to the turboprops capabilities under short runway conditions. One of the things we look at when planning a flight is something called ‘balanced field’.
When you get up to takeoff speed, if something were to go wrong, how quickly could you stop? In a nutshell, this is what we consider when talking about ‘balanced field’.
Turboprops are able to respond and stop much more quickly because the propellers provide extra drag. Thus, the propellers help the aircraft stop when needed.
Piston engines, also known as reciprocating engines, are descendents of steam engines which first appeared in the early 17th century.
In simple terms, steam engines use heat to produce steam pressure, which in turn is used to generate rotating motion.
Steam engines were eventually used to drive everything from mechanical equipment to the first railway trains. In today’s aircraft piston engines, gas propulsion replaces steam in creating pressure within the engine.
Piston engines are characterized by one or more cylinders, each containing a snugly fitting piston (a solid cylinder) which is able to move freely back and forth within the cylinder. Each piston is connected to a crankshaft, via a connecting rod (or 'piston rod').
Turboprop aircraft, which are powered by a close relative of the turbine engine, are another animal entirely.
A turbine – which is simply another word for ‘fan’ – is exactly that: a rotary driven fan that derives energy from fluid flow or airflow.
The power of a turbine engine almost always allows turboprop aircraft to travel at higher speeds than piston aircraft.
And as turboprop aircraft cabins are typically pressurized these planes also commonly fly at higher altitudes.
A simple turbine design includes a rotor (rotating wheel) to which angled blades are attached. As fluid or air moves through the blades, the fluid or air pressure against the blades will cause the rotor to spin.
The propeller is coupled to the turbine through a reduction gear that converts the high RPM, low torque output to low RPM, high torque.
In its simplest form a turboprop consists of an intake, compressor, combustor, turbine, and a propelling nozzle.
Air is drawn into the intake and compressed by the compressor. Fuel is then added to the compressed air in the combustor, where the fuel-air mixture then combusts.
The hot combustion gases expand through the turbine. Some of the power generated by the turbine is used to drive the compressor.
The rest is transmitted through the reduction occuring in the propelling nozzle, where the gason gearing to the propeller.
Turboprops are most efficient at flight speeds below 725 km/h (450 mph; 390 knots) because the jet velocity of the propeller (and exhaust) is relatively low.
Due to the high price of turboprop engines, they are mostly used where high-performance short-takeoff and landing (STOL) capability and efficiency at modest flight speeds are required.
The most common application of turboprop engines in civilian aviation is in small commuter aircraft, where their greater power and reliability over reciprocating engines offsets their higher initial cost and fuel consumption.
Turboprop airliners now operate at near the same speed as small turbofan-powered aircraft but burn two-thirds of the fuel per passenger.
However, compared to a turbojet a propeller aircraft has a much lower ceiling. Turboprop-powered aircraft have become popular for bush airplanes such as the Cessna Caravan and Quest Kodiak as jet fuel is easier to obtain in remote areas than is aviation-grade gasoline.
Both piston engine aircraft and small turboprop aircraft are right at home accessing smaller airports with shorter runways, making them the ideal way to reach many desirable final destinations, where larger aircraft simply cannot land.
Got a short range business trip to make and don't want to put up with the hassles and restrictions of commercial airliners?
Turboprops offer a lower priced alternative to jets for shorter charter flights. While smaller than their larger jet brethren, turboprop aircraft have fully pressurized cabins, ensuring the maximum in comfort and safety.
One of the most attractive aspects of turboprops is their ability to operate from shorter runways, allowing them to be used for chartered flights into more airports and specifically those in smaller towns.
The Turboprops tend to be larger aircraft with greater passenger capacity - and more fuel on-board – and are more likely to be found flying distances of up to 1,300 miles.
Aircraft turbine engines generally fall into four common categories: turbojets, turbofans, turboprops and turboshafts.
Like turbojet and turbofan engines, aircraft Turboprop engines rely on a gas turbine for power. However, in the case of a turboprop aircraft, the turbine drives a rotating shaft, which in turn drives a reduction gear, which ultimately drives a propeller.
The reduction gear is necessary to convert the high-speed shaft rotation into slower, functional propeller speed.
Most of the power generated in a turboprop aircraft is used to drive the propeller and any remaining jet exhaust actually plays virtually no role in propulsion of the plane!
The Turboshaft engine is similar to the turbopropTurboshaft in that energy produced within the engine is used to drive a shaft rather than to produce jet stream thrust.
However, in the case of a turboshaft engine, the shaft is used to drive something other than a propeller - such as a helicopter rotor.
Turboprop aircraft are generally most efficient at altitudes of 20,000 to 30,000 feet and at average speeds of 250 to 300 mph., while piston aircraft, which are typically not pressurized, are usually restricted to altitudes of 12,000 feet or less (unless an oxygen system is used).
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