Saturday 9 November 2019

Epic E1000 Specs, Interior, Cockpit, and Price

Epic E1000 Specs, Interior, Cockpit, and Price – The Epic E1000 is a single-engine turboprop aircraft with a capacity of six passengers designed and manufactured by Epic Aircraft. The first flight of the E1000 was made in December 2015 at Bend Airport. On its first flight, the aircraft conducted a series of 20-minute tests that focused on assessing general handling quality and operational performance systems.

The Epic E1000 aircraft is designed to meet the market needs for high-cost and high-speed aircraft. This will support individual owner, company pilots, fractional and charter operations.

Epic E1000

Epic E1000 Specs

The E1000 fuselage is built with sophisticated carbon fiber composite materials. The fuselage has a high strength-to-weight ratio, superior wear resistance, corrosion resistance, and improved aerodynamics. Overall, the E1000 aircraft has a length of 10.92 m, a height of 3.81 m, a wingspan of 13 m, and a wing area of ??18.9 m2.

The E1000 aircraft is equipped with a rough trailing link landing gear wheel which includes a controllable nose wheel, single disc brake driven by Parker, hydraulically driven. This aircraft can make smooth landings on paved and non-paved surfaces.

Other features on the E1000 aircraft include an automatic fuel balancer system, aircraft control system, de-icing equipment including pneumatic shoes on the wings, plus a windshield, and a heated propeller.

Epic E1000 Engine and Performance

The Epic E1000 is powered by a Pratt & Whitney Canada type PT6A-67A single turboprop engine that produces output power up to 1,200 hp. This aircraft has a fuel capacity of 300 gal, including 288 gal of fuel that can be used and the rest as a backup.

Epic E1000 aircraft can fly with a maximum cruise speed of 374 mph (602 km / h). This aircraft has a maximum range of 1,385 nm, an economic range of 1,650 nm, and a service ceiling of 34,000 ft (10,000 m).

The Epic E1000's empty weight is 4,400 lb, while the maximum take-off weight is 7,500 lb. It can carry a maximum load of up to 1,120 lb. with full fuel. The aircraft's takeoff and landing distances are 1,600 feet and 1,840 feet respectively.

Epic E1000 interior

Epic E1000 Cabin and Interior

The spacious E1000 cabin can accommodate six passengers. Overall, the cabin is 4.6 m long, 1.4 m wide, and 1.5 m high. The cabin has a large head and leg room, which can accommodate pilots and passengers as high as 2.4 m. The interior of the E100 aircraft includes upgraded passenger seating with enhanced cabin facilities and extended storage.

The Epic E1000's cabin is equipped with a variety of modern features which include a headset jack, power port, beverage holder, air ventilation, and LED reading lamp that can be adjusted with the fingertips. It is also equipped with pressurization and outflow solutions Enviro-systems, and air-conditioning systems that can be operated on land.

Epic E1000 cockpit

Epic E1000 Cockpit and Avionics

The Epic E1000 all-digital cockpit is integrated with three Garmin G1000 avionics screens. The flight information display displayed through the screen includes synthetic vision, engine and airframe interfaces, as well as weather, traffic, and automatic dependent surveillance (ADS-B) broadcast systems. The avionics suite includes GPS, carbon fiber yoke facilities with skin details, one-handed flight operations, and integration with e-tablets and EFB devices.

The Epic E1000 aircraft is also equipped with a Garmin GTS 825 traffic avoidance system (TAS), and IntelliFlight 2100 autopilot. It also includes digital backup instruments, XM weather, Jeppesen unlock cards, optional radars, iridium transceivers, and radar altimeters.

Epic E1000 Price

The price of the latest Epic E1000 aircraft is around US $ 3.25 million. A number of E1000 aircraft orders have been received by Epic Aircraft, aircraft shipments begin immediately after achieving type certification from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in 2016.

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