Avtek 400

The Avtek 400 was a prototype turboprop-powered business aircraft developed in the United States in the early 1980s. It was of unusual and distinctive configuration - a low-wing monoplane with two pusher engines mounted above the wings and a large canard mounted atop the forward fuselage. The aircraft's sleek futuristic design earned it a guest appearance on the Airwolf TV series as the X-400 the plane used by the villain Lou Stappleford in the episode Eagles.

The Avtek 400 was a prototype turboprop-powered business aircraft developed in the United States in the early 1980s.1

Made by Avtek.

the Avtek 400A playing at being a "revolutionary new racer", but really´╗┐ its an undercover fighter! Hence the showdown with Airwolf....2
Empty Weight Lb
3220
Designer
Albert Mooney
Eng 1 Type
Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-3
Max Speed Mph
427
Ceiling Ft
42640
Eng 1 Kw
510
Span In
5
Gross Weight Lb
6000
Capacity
8
Number Built
1
Crew
1
Empty Weight Kg
1460
Gross Weight Kg
2700
Height In
9
Range Km
4190
Manufacturer
Range Miles
2610
First Flight
17
Max Speed Kmh
685
Height Ft
10
Span Ft
34
Met Or Eng
eng
Span M
11
Length Ft
39
Height M
3
Ceiling M
13000
Eng 1 Hp
680
Eng 1 Number
2
Length In
4
Length M
12
Category

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