Airwing was appointed a distributor for the new PAC 750XL
in July 2004.
The aircraft is built in Hamilton, New Zealand by the
Pacific Aerospace Company. From humble beginnings, PAC
has become an international leader in non-pressurised
utility aircraft. It is one of a very few aviation companies
to design and build a brand new aircraft in recent times.
The PAC 750XL is a modern utility aircraft designed
specifically for parachuting, freight, passenger operations,
medical flights or any type of operations that requires
an aircraft with a short take off and landing capability.
With PAC's extensive experience in crop spraying it
goes without saying that the PAC 750XL is more than
capable of operating from the most hostile of environments.
In the parachuting role the PAC 750XL can comfortably
carry up to eighteen parachutists. Fully loaded it can
be airborne in approximately 300 metres and can reach
12000 feet in under 12 minutes. With a useful load of
2 tonnes the PAC 750XL is ideal for freight or supply
dropping duties. The "roller door", which
is the widest in it's class, provides both parachutists
and loadmasters with ease of entry and egress.
The aircraft can be equipped with the very latest in
medical technology, stretchers and medical attendant
seats to accommodate medical flights of all natures.
Loading the patients into the aircraft is easily achieved
via the pneumatic patient loading system.
All of the aircrafts control cables are directed along
the side of the fuselage and therefore the PAC 750 XL
lends itself ideally for the installation of floor mounted
cameras for aerial observation duties.
For passenger operations the PAC 750XL can accommodate
up to nine passengers. The optional cargo pod will accommodate
4ft x 8ft loads (1.2m x 2.45m) and the aircrafts floor
has a maximum loading of 150 lb/sft (730 kg/sm)
Working alongside our industry partners Airwing can
provide you with an aircraft roled specifically for
your requirements. Please take the time to have a look
at the aircrafts details and feel free to contact us
should you wish to discuss any specific areas of operations
or require additional details on the aircraft.
Here to view the PAC 750XL specifications.
Click Here to view photos
of the PAC 750 XL