Description of the engines:
Lycoming IO-540 300HP@2700 RPM
2 Hartzell HC-E3YR - 2 ALTF/FLC-7458, 76" dia (75 In min) constant speed, 3-blade, feathering
Two Garmin GNS 430’s
Garmin GTX 327 Transponder
Garmin GMA 340 Audio Panel with Marker Beacon Receiver King/Honeywell KI-525 HSI
S-Tec 55X autopilot will be available shortly
Cockpit, Flight and Ground Controls:
Dual Primary Flight Controls
90o Swivelling Nose Wheel
Pilot and Co-Pilot Toe Brakes
Electric-Hydraulic Retractable Landing Gear
Fuel Control On-Off Valves - Left Engine, Right Engine, Crossfeed
Instrument Panel, Cockpit, Cabin
Cabin Comfort System:
Heater - 2 Exhaust Muff Cabin Heaters Cabin Fresh Air System and Vents
The ANGEL offers many different cabin configurations. The ANGEL can be configured to seat only the pilot if desired, plus any number of additional seats up to a total of eight.
The ANGEL, with a 42-inch wide cabin, can also be easily reconfigured for air ambulance transport and can be equipped with various levels of medical equipment and seating for attendants and family members.
One person can easily remove unneeded seats allowing four 55-gallon barrels to fit nicely into the cabin of the ANGEL while passenger luggage may be stowed in the sepa-rate aft baggage compartment.
The STOL capability of the ANGEL allows, if necessary, for taking off and landing on roads.
Overhead Oxygen Supply System
Customers may substitute other FAA approved aircraft radios such as the Goodrich WX-500 Stormscope.
Interactive Pilot and Mechanic Checkout:
ANGEL AIRCRAFT CORPORATION offers new owners a full pilot checkout course with the purchase of each airplane. In addition to the pilot’s course, ANGEL AIRCRAFT recommends that owners and their mechanics avail themselves of the ANGEL maintenance course.
PILOT CHECKOUT INCLUDES:
Review of the Pilot’s Flight
Physical review of each section
and sytem of the airplane Instruction on the aircraft’s
weight and balance Introduction to the aircraft’s
Ground school and corresponding flight instruction of operating limitations, normal procedures and emergency procedures.
HANDS-ON MAINTENANCE CHECKOUT INCLUDES:
Systems review and explanation Maintenance hints
The Angel, a graceful sleek pusher aircraft with fully retractable landing gear and seating for eight offers comfort and ease of handling plus a high load capacity, while providing the peace of mind of a twin-engine, STOL-capable airplane. With easy seat removal, the Angel can economically carry one or two medical stretcher patients and one or two paramedics.
• Fully IFR Equipped
• Certified to FAR 23
• Dependable IO-540-M1C5 engines
• Hartzell propellers
• 1,920 lb useful load
• 175 knot cruise at 75% power
• 222 usable gallons with no zero-fuel weight limitation
The Angel provides the safety and speed of a high performance twin, with the capability to use the short rough airstrips that typically only a single engine aircraft can safely navigate. The Angel's metal construction is simple, reliable and readily repairable. Made to take the punishment associated with STOL operations, The Angel comes equipped with large, low-pressure main tires for soft ground and rugged main gear that can take a beating. The cabin has been designed and tested for overturn loads, the engine mounts designed to contain the engines for loads up to 20g's, and the seats crash-tested to absorb energy and restrain occupants to 26g's.
***See Documents Tab for Angel Aircraft Brochure.***