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AC11
Name 112
Manufacturer COMMANDER
Body Narrow
Type Fixed Wing
WTC Light
APC A
Engine Piston
Engine count Single


Also manufacturered as:

COMMANDER Commander 114
COMMANDER Commander 115
NORTH AMERICAN ROCKWELL Commander 112
NORTH AMERICAN ROCKWELL 112 Commander 112
ROCKWELL Commander 112
ROCKWELL Commander 114
ROCKWELL Gran Turismo Commander
ROCKWELL Alpine Commander
ROCKWELL 114 Commander 114
ROCKWELL 112 Commander 112
ROCKWELL 114 Gran Turismo Commander
ROCKWELL 112 Alpine Commander


COMMANDER 112

COMMANDER 112

Image source: IANS

Description

Light aircraft. In service since 1972. Light aircraft development orginally by ROCKWELL. Commander 112 replaced by turbocharged 112TC Alpine Commander with wingtips and more powerful 114 in 1976. Commander Aircraft Company incorporated in 1988, resulting new developed Commander 114B (since 1992) and turbocharged 114TC (since 1995). New high performance model (since 2000): Commander 115. Commander 114TC has a ceiling of 25000 ft.

General

Aircraft name 112
ICAO code/WTC AC11 / L
Manufacturer COMMANDER
Type code/APC L1P / A

Technical Data

Wing span 10 m32.808 ft
Length 7.6 m24.934 ft
Height 2.6 m8.53 ft
Powerplant 112: 1 x 200 HP Lycoming IO-360-C1D6 piston engines with 2 blade propeller. 114/115: 1 x 263 HP Lycoming IO-540-T4B5 piston engine with 3 blade propeller.
Engine model Lycoming O-360, Lycoming O-540

For further details consult EUROCONTROL Aircraft Performance Database:

Accidents & Serious Incidents involving AC11

None on SKYbrary

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