C M C L E O P A R D
This aircraft is the second prototype of the Leopard, powered by Williams FJX-1 turbofan engines. It first flew in April 1997, and was part of the flight display at Oshkosh in 1999.
The CMC Leopard is a high-performance 4-seat twinjet aircraft.
|Span||25 ft 0 in in||7.62 m|
|Length||25 ft 10 in in||7.88 m|
|Wing area||64.5 sqft||6.00 m2|
|Max. take-off weight||4000 lb||1814 kg|
|Empty weight||2200 lb||998 kg|
|Max. wing loading||62 lb/sq ft||302 kg/m2|
|Number of engines||2|
|Take-off thrust||700 lb||3.1 kN|
|Cruise speed||M 0.76||810 km/h|
|Cruise altitude||45,000 ft||13.700 m|
|Range (full payload)||1500 nm||2775 km|
|Takeoff||2750 ft||838 m|
|Landing||2450 ft||747 m|
- Vapour-cycle airconditionning. Pressurisation from engine HP bleed. Cabin max diff. 0.65 bar (9.6 psi).
Here is an image of the first prototype, powered by the Noel Penny engines:
Corporate video (thank you for this upload Matt!):
Last update : 25FEB12