EADS CASA C-295

ICAO aircraft code C295
Manufacturer Airbus
Country France
New price USD 28 million (2013)

The CASA C-295 is a medium tactical transport aircraft that was designed by the Spanish company CASA in the 1990s as a development of the CASA-Nurtanio CN-235.

Specifications

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EADS CASA C-295 specifications

General

ICAO aircraft code
C295
Manufacturer
Airbus
Manufactured
1997 - Present
Country
France
New purchase price
USD 28 million (2013)

Aircraft performance

Avionics:
Honeywell RDR-1400C weather radar
Engine:
2x Pratt & Whitney Canada PW127G
Turboprop
Power:
2,644 HP
Max Cruise Speed:
260 Kts
482 Km/h
Approach Speed (Vref):
175 Kts
Travel range:
2,600 Nm
4,815 Kilometers
Service Ceiling:
25,000 feet
Rate of Climb:
2000 feet / minute
10.16meter / second
Take Off Distance:
844 meter - 2,769.00 feet
Landing Distance:
420 meter - 1,377.94 feet

Weight & dimensions

Max Take Off Weight:
23,200 Kg
51,147 lbs
Max Landing Weight:
20,700 Kg
45,635 lbs
Max Payload:
9,250 Kg
20,393 lbs
Fuel Tank Capacity:
2,020 gallon
7,647 liter
Baggage Volume:
57 m3 / 2,013 ft3

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About the EADS CASA C-295

The CASA C-295 is a medium tactical transport aircraft that was designed by the Spanish company CASA in the 1990s as a development of the CASA-Nurtanio CN-235. When CASA was incorporated into the European aeronautical group EADS in 2000, the aircraft was designated as the EADS CASA C-295. It made its first flight on 28 November 1997 and entered service with the Spanish Air Force in 2001.

The C-295 is capable of performing a wide variety of missions effectively: tactical and logistical transport, parachute and cargo drop, medical evacuation, and maritime patrol.

Given the failure of the CN-235 in the commercial aviation segment, although it obtained civil certification to be employed by government agencies, a commercial version of this aircraft was not initially launched. It was not until 2017, many years after the military versions entered service, that it obtained its first contract in this sector.

Its designation as C-295 follows the scheme of the planes designed by CASA, with the initial C of the manufacturer and then a three-digit number, of which the first indicates the number of engines, two in this case, and the next two its target payload: 9.5 tonnes.

It has been acquired by various nations such as Spain, Egypt, Poland, Canada, Brazil, Mexico, and Portugal, and it has participated in numerous international operations, including those in the former Yugoslavia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Lebanon, and Chad.

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