Hi-Tech Industries

PT. DIRGANTARA INDONESIA

PT. DIRGANTARA INDONESIA or Indonesian Aerospace abbreviated IAe has delivered more than 300 units of aircraft & helicopters, defence system, aircraft components and other services. Through the implementation of restructuring program in the beginning of 2004, Dirgantara Indonesia now is supported by 3.720 employees formerly 9.670; while the 18 business units, become:

Aircraft (Airplane & Helicopter)
Aircraft Services (Maintenance, Overhaul, Repair and Alteration)
Aerostructure (Parts & Components, Sub Assemblies, Assemblies Tools & Equipment).
Engineering Services (Communication Technology, Simulator Technology, Information Technology Solution, Design Center)

PRODUCTION LINE: CN-235 Commercial
The CN-235 is an excellent commuter and utility aircraft design for regional transportation. This aircraft was designed to meet the needs of commuters and utility airline operators.

 

The CN-235-220 is a multiple commuter and utility aircraft in the regional transport. This aircraft readily meets all the requirements for passenger and utility operations. It offers : multi-role, quiets conversion capability, low operating costs, independent operation from ground equipment, short take-off and landing capability on short and unimproved runways.

As the CN-235 is a multipurpose aircraft, this also designed to fulfill the requirements of all light cargo military/civil operations.


PRODUCTION LINE: N-235 Maritime Patrol Aircraft

Dirgantara Indonesia, with its CN-235 Maritime Patrol Aircraft (MPA) offers a turnkey service for such EEZ protection, as well as other multi-mission capabilities. The company′s high-technology systems are reinforced by its expertise and experience in major international aircraft project. The CN-235′s advanced multi-purpose platform is an optimal combination featuring medium range capability, large cabin space, sophisticated and fully integrated mission avionics systems. The MPA has an endurance exceeding 8 hours and a maximum take off weight (MTOW) of 16.000 kg.

IAe’s CN 235-220 Maritime Patrol Aircraft is an efficient and cost-effective for detecting, locating, classifying, identifying and recording targets to satisfy numerous missions, as well as :

Exclusive Economic Zone Control
Fisheries Protection
Pollution Control and Monitoring

 

Marine Traffic Control
Search and Rescue
Prevention of Smuggling, Terrorism and Piracy
Anti Surface Vessel / Anti Submarine Warfare
Protecting the Sovereignty of the Country

The CN 235-220 sophisticated and advanced multi purpose platform is an optimal combination of medium range capability, spacious cabin and fully integrated mission avionics.

With its pressurized cabin and two high powered General Electric CT7-9C engines driving four bladed Hamilton Standard Propeller, the aircraft′s 4,000 kg fuel capacity allows a flight endurance of between 8 to 10 hours.

These features, together with its Short Take-off and Landing (STOL) capability and Maximum Take-Off Weight (MTOW) of 16,100 kg, will meet above mention mission requirements.

 

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