Boeing E-6 Tacamo

ICAO aircraft code E6
Manufacturer Boeing
Country United States
New price USD 142 million (2009)

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Boeing E-6 Tacamo Specifications

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General

ICAO aircraft code
E6
Manufacturer
Boeing
Manufactured
1989 - Present
Country
United States
New purchase price
USD 142 million (2009)

Aircraft performance

Avionics:
AN/ARC-182 VHF/UHF TxRx, AN/ARC-190 HF
Engine:
4x CFMI CFM-56-2A-2
Turbofan
Power:
22,000 pound-force
Max Cruise Speed:
522 Kts
967 Km/h
Travel range:
6,600 Nm
12,223 Kilometers
Fuel Economy:
0.27 Nm / gallon
0.132 Km / liter
Service Ceiling:
40,000 feet
Rate of Climb:
3500 feet / minute
17.78meter / second
Take Off Distance:
2134 meter - 7,001.23 feet
Landing Distance:
1829 meter - 6,000.58 feet

Weight & dimensions

Max Take Off Weight:
154,400 Kg
340,390 lbs
Max Payload:
66,226 Kg
146,002 lbs
Fuel Tank Capacity:
23,985 gallon
90,793 liter

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