Diamond D-Jet

Manufacturer Diamond Aircraft
Country Austriaa
New price USD 1.89 million (2009)

The Diamond D-JET is a composite, five-seat, single-engine very light jet developed by Austrian aircraft manufacturer Diamond Aircraft Industries.

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Diamond D-Jet specifications

General

Manufacturer
Diamond Aircraft
Manufactured
2009 - 2014 (suspended after 3 prototypes)
Country
Austriaa
New purchase price
USD 1.89 million (2009)

Aircraft performance

Avionics
Garmin G1000
Engine
1 × Williams FJ33-4A-19 turbofan, 8.5 kN (1,900 lbf) thrust
Maximum speed
583 km/h
362 mph, 315 kn
Cruise speed
444 km/h
276 mph, 240 kn
Range
2,500 km
1,600 mi, 1,300 nmi
Service ceiling
7,600 m
24,900 ft
Rate of climb
8.467 m/s
1,666.7 ft/min
Time to altitude
7,620 m (25,000 ft) in 15 minutes
Take Off Distance
700 meter
2,296.56 feet
Landing Distance
622 meter
2,040.66 feet

Weight & dimensions

Crew
1, pilot
Capacity
4 passengers
Length
10.7 m
35 ft 1 in
Wingspan
11.5 m
37 ft 9 in
Height
3.6 m
11 ft 10 in
Max Take Off Weight
4,409 Kg
9,720 lbs
Max Payload
1,016 Kg
2,240 lbs
Baggage Volume
2 m3
71 ft3

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About the Diamond D-Jet

The Diamond D-JET is a composite, five-seat, single-engine very light jet developed by Austrian aircraft manufacturer Diamond Aircraft Industries. The intended cost for the aircraft was advertised by the company as being US$1.89 million dollars in March 2009.

Development of the D-JET has been disrupted by funding shortfalls during the Great Recession. By February 2013, the development program had been suspended pending company reorganization, which included the workforce related to the D-JET being laid off. In May 2014, Diamond confirmed the continued suspension of the program but stated that it had not been canceled.

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