Short 330
Short 330

Short 330. A photo. Video. Driving compartment. Characteristics. Reviews. 



The Short 330 is a short-haul British turboprop aircraft. It was produced in cargo and passenger versions.

Sproetirovan by "Short" (England) on the basis of Short SC.7 Skyvan. It made its first flight in 1974 year.

The Short 330 was serially produced in 1974-1984. A total of 136 aircraft were created in several transport and passenger modifications. The aircraft is used in the military transport aviation of some countries - as a medium transport aircraft. Civil aviation companies by 2008 operated 24 aircraft of this type. By 2011, fifteen aircraft remained in civilian service, of which seven were operated by the Air Cargo Carriers.


Short 330 Salon

Short 330 Salon


The Short 330 is a two-finned monoplane with a high wing position. Fuselage square section. A distinctive feature of the aircraft is the location of all fuel tanks in the upper part of the fuselage.


Technical specifications


Crew: two;

Passenger capacity: 30 people in the basic configuration;

Length: 17,96 meters;

Wingspan: 22,76 meters

Height: 4,95 meters;

Wing area: 42,10 square meters;

Maximum takeoff weight: 10 kilograms;

Empty weight: 6680 kilos;

Weight Fuel: 2180 kilos;

Powerplant: TVD Pratt Whitney Canada PT6A-45R (two copies);

Link: 2 × 1200 horsepower;

Maximum speed: 440 kilometers per hour at an altitude of 3,048 meters;

Cruising speed: 350 kilometers per hour;

Ferry range: 515 kilometers;

Service ceiling: 3050 meters;


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