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Author Topic: LET Engine Experiment: P&W Canada vs Walter  (Read 1099 times)

Offline Troxartas86

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LET Engine Experiment: P&W Canada vs Walter
« on: July 29, 2012, 11:29:45 AM »
I should begin by saying I had an airline in this scenario that was still making money even when I got bored and ignored it for years. CeskoSlovensko is the result of that strictly voluntary BK. Anyway, I think I am either the first or the first in a long time to launch an LET product. If that isn't the case, I bet I'm the first to launch 2 LET products. A quick look at my airlines will tell anyone that what I like to do is fly planes no one else will. That's why I am the sole builder and operator of any Antonov aircraft but namely the An-26. I am also the sole customer of LET.

Without further ado, the LET Experiments:
I started this as a regional prop airliner with 20 An-26s knowing no one else built any of those. All along, I also intended to build some LET L-410As. To this day I own 100% of every aircraft ever built of either type.

Anyway, regarding the engine costs, here is the official report:

PT6A series engines
PT6A-27
Number of aircraft in fleet    8
Number of engines in fleet    16
Models using engines   Let L-410/420
Fixed maintenance costs / month   39 882 USD

M601 series engines
M601A
Number of aircraft in fleet    4
Number of engines in fleet    8
Models using engines   Let L-410/420
Fixed maintenance costs / month   31 551 USD

 

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