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Runwy Performance Phenom 300 Vs Kingair 350

Old 1st Jun 2021, 13:10
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Runwy Performance Phenom 300 Vs Kingair 350

Both aircraft acording to their manufacturers data have impressive runway numbers. Looking at the advertising runway performance show both have a landing ground roll of around 600-700m. Ther's also numerous Youtube videos of both aircraft landing in 700m.

Is this representative of the real world.Can it be true that a light jet has a similar landing roll of a turbo prop, or is the impressive short field landings in the jet more from an ideal set of conditions that's not easily repeatable where as the Kingair can do it day in day out. Is it no longer true that turbo props (Kingair 350) need less runway than light jets. For simplicity I'm ignoring regulatory runway factored distances.




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Old 11th Jun 2021, 18:44
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Don't forget the PC-24.
https://www.pilatus-aircraft.com/dat...-Factsheet.pdf
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Old 15th Jun 2021, 11:24
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Originally Posted by Guptar View Post
Both aircraft acording to their manufacturers data have impressive runway numbers. Looking at the advertising runway performance show both have a landing ground roll of around 600-700m. Ther's also numerous Youtube videos of both aircraft landing in 700m.

Is this representative of the real world.Can it be true that a light jet has a similar landing roll of a turbo prop, or is the impressive short field landings in the jet more from an ideal set of conditions that's not easily repeatable where as the Kingair can do it day in day out. Is it no longer true that turbo props (Kingair 350) need less runway than light jets. For simplicity I'm ignoring regulatory runway factored distances.
Here is a video of a Phenom 300 landing with 7 people onboard. 550 meters ground roll and exits 700m after runway threshold.



The CJ4 also have some great runway performances. In this video, you can see a 450m take off roll.

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Old 15th Jun 2021, 21:35
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Looks like in the first video they approached the runway well below the prescribed glidepath shown by the 3.5 degree APAPI (2 red lights) AND they landed before the displaced threshold. Oh yeah.
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Donīt be so picky EMS.

BTW Guptar I have personally been on board a KA 350 at "midweight" brought to a complete stop with about 380m. Not nice tear & wear wise (tires, brakes, props), but doable.

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Donīt be so picky EMS.
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