Siai-Marchetti SM. 1019A
$226,900
1-859-250-0082
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Siai_Marchetti SM 1019A for sale by Raptor Aviation, Inc.
Siai_Marchetti SM 1019A for sale by Raptor Aviation, Inc.
Siai_Marchetti SM 1019A for sale by Raptor Aviation, Inc.
Siai_Marchetti SM 1019A for sale by Raptor Aviation, Inc.
Siai_Marchetti SM 1019A for sale by Raptor Aviation, Inc.
Siai_Marchetti SM 1019A for sale by Raptor Aviation, Inc.
Siai_Marchetti SM 1019A for sale by Raptor Aviation, Inc.
Siai_Marchetti SM 1019A for sale by Raptor Aviation, Inc.
Siai_Marchetti SM 1019A for sale by Raptor Aviation, Inc.
Siai_Marchetti SM 1019A for sale by Raptor Aviation, Inc.
Siai_Marchetti SM 1019A for sale by Raptor Aviation, Inc.
Siai_Marchetti SM 1019A for sale by Raptor Aviation, Inc.
Siai_Marchetti SM 1019A for sale by Raptor Aviation, Inc.
Siai_Marchetti SM 1019A for sale by Raptor Aviation, Inc.
Siai_Marchetti SM 1019A for sale by Raptor Aviation, Inc.
Siai_Marchetti SM 1019A for sale by Raptor Aviation, Inc.
1976 Siai-Marchetti SM-1019A
SN NC-013
N2068W
1070 TTSN

Aircraft was put into service in the U.S. in July 2002
Allison 250-B15G
317 hp
SN CAE-850072
1319 ETT, 968 TC

Hartzell HC-B3TF-7A three blade, constant speed, auto feathering, reversible pitch prop.
Garmin 530 GPS/NAV/COMM
Garmin 340 Audio Panel
Garmin 330 Transponder
ELT

Garmin 430 GPS/NAV/COMM in rear panel
Green camoflage paint
Military green interior with black seats and gray instrument panel
Will be delivered with a current inspection.
Note: All ITAR regulations and clearance requirements will be complied with--required if exported or sold to non U.S. Citizen.

SIAI-Marchetti SM.1019

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The SIAI-Marchetti SM.1019 was an Italian STOL liaison monoplane built by SIAI-Marchetti for the Italian Army and based on the O-1 Bird Dog.

Development

To meet an Italian Army requirement for a short take-off liaison aircraft, SIAI-Marchetti modified the design of the Cessna 305A/O-1 Bird Dog with a new turboprop engine and a revised tail unit. The prototype first flew on 24 May 1969 powered by a 317hp (236kW) Allison 250-B15C turboprop engine. It was evaluated against the Aermacchi AM.3 and was successful and won a production order for 80 aircraft.

Variants

SM.1019

Prototype with 317hp (236kW) Allison 250-B15C turboprop engine, one built.

SM.1019A

Production variant with 400hp (298kW) Allison 250-B17B turboprop engine, designated SM.1019E.I by the Italian Army, 81 built.

SM.1019B Four-built.

Specifications

General characteristics

  • Crew: 2
  • Length: 27 ft 11½ in
  • Wingspan: 36 ft 0 in
  • Height: 9 ft 4½ in
  • Wing area:  174 ft2
  • Basic Empty weight:  1,521 lb
  • Gross weight:  2866 lbs – with ext. load 3,196 lb
  • Powerplant: 1 × Allison 250-B17B turboprop engine, 298 kW (400 hp)
  • Electric trim elevator & aileron
  • Electric flaps—60 degrees.

Performance

  • Maximum speed: 169 knts
  • Optimal Cruising speed 145 knts
  • Range: 730 nm
  • Endurance: About 6 hours with the internal 88 gals or over 8 hours with drop tanks
  • Service ceiling: 7,620 m (25,000 ft)
  • Stall: Clean 53 KIAS.  40 – 60 degress flaps 47 KIAS
  • Takeoff Distance: 280 ft.
  • Landing Distance: 300 ft.
  • Climb:  2000 fpm
  • Service Ceiling: 25,000 ft.
  • Fuel Burn:  20 gph

Armament

  • 320kg (705lb) of underwing stores