New Zealand utility turboprop single wins FAA ticket

Aviation International News » April 2004
March 29, 2007, 11:39 AM

Pacific Aerospace Corp. of Hamilton, New Zealand received FAA type certification of its $1 million PAC 750XL, a 750-shp fixed-gear turboprop single its manufacturer says is capable of carrying a 4,500-pound payload. Meanwhile, the investigation continues into the fatal ditching of a 750XL last December after it ran out of fuel on a delivery flight to the U.S.

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