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    The Sonaca 200 is a Belgian two-seat training aircraft designed and built by Sonaca Aircraft.

    General Information

    The Sonaca 200 is a low-wing cantilever monoplane made from aluminium alloy, it has an enclosed cabin with two side-by-side seats. It is powered by a 115 hp Rotax 914 and has a fixed tricycle landing gear.

     

    In late 2015, the Sonaca group announced the creation of the subsidiary “Sonaca Aircraft” dedicated to the development, certification and market launch of a new training aircraft based on TAF's Sling 2. Later the aircraft was renamed as Sonaca 200. The single-engine two-seater, specifically designed for pilots' training and leisure flights, was certified in June 2018. Sonaca 200 is EASA-certified for a maximum take-off weight of 750 kg and a cruise speed of 115 knots.

     

    In 2018, after obtaining the Type Certification of the S200, Sonaca Aircraft announced the development of a Glass Cockpit variant, named the S201.

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    Specifications

    Seats:
    2 side by side
    Length:
    6.74 m (22 ft 1 in)
    Wingspan:
    9.24 m (30 ft 4 in)
    Height:
    2.56 m (8 ft 5 in)
    Wing Area:
    11.85 m2 (127.6 sq ft)
    Empty Weight:
    480 kg
    MTOW:
    750 kg (1,653 lb)
    Fuel Capacity:
    140 L
    Powerplant:
    1 × Rotax 914F four-stroke piston engine, 86 kW (115 hp)
    Vne:
    250 km/h (155 mph, 135 kn)
    Cruise Speed:
    213 km/h (132 mph, 115 kn)
    Stall Speed:
    (Flaps extended) 42 kias
    Range:
    750 Nm
    Takeoff Dist.:
    over 15 m obstacle 470 m
    Landing Dist.:
    over 15 m obstacle 475 m
    Rate of Climb:
    3.8 m/s (750 ft/min)
    Service Ceiling:
    4,000 m (13,000 ft)

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