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Radiomatics Moorburgh Aircraft (close for renovation)

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Establish in 1976, Radiomatics Moorburgh Aircraft begins as a humble entity to practice more on aircraft maintenance and repairing some electrical modification. As a focal supplier for Moorburg Air Force, RMA increase their expertise in start to develop twin turboprop aircraft as well as trainer jet for locally employed.

After 38 years, RMA has now proven herself as one of multi-discipline aviation manufacturer in the nation.

Radiomatics Moorburgh Aircraft’s is a trailblazer in the manufacture. With our state-of-the-art facilities and a highly skilled manpower, we established the base for quality aircraft manufacture, maintenance, modification and technical backing for various types of aircraft and customers.

Radiomatics Moorburgh Aircraft’s is a joint venture company that was established in 1988 under the auspices of The People’s Republic of Moorburgh Defense Ministry, as a occasion of the country’s strategy to develop self-sufficiency in the subject field of civil and military aircraft maintenance, overhaul and adjustment through the transfer of engineering science and the development of Moorburians nationals.

Since its establishment Radiomatics Moorburgh Aircraft’s has developed a solid experience in aviation Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) services. Today we are unitary of the leading providers of MRO services in the country.


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• Three B747-400 sized aircraft maintenance hangars extensively equipped and climate controlled
• Fuel / De-Fuel hangar
• Corrosion control, paint strip and sun shelters
• Ground support equipment overhaul / repair facility
• Administration office complex


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Radiomatics Moorburgh Aircraft’s has state-of-the-art facilities that include three climate-controlled wide-body hangars all are equipped with the latest technologies in the field. Our support shops form an integral component of this complex with extensive facilities and spare parts warehouses

Radiomatics Moorburgh Aircraft’s has state-of-the-art facilities consisting of three climate-controlled wide-body hangars each can accommodate a B747-400. Each is fitted with an advanced suspended docking system that provides simplicity of admission to any portion of an aircraft.

Support Shops
Radiomatics Moorburgh Aircraft’s has extensive and specialized support shops. These reach from those for interior completions that include cabinetry, galley, seat, and laboratory workshops through to those for metal working, machining, heat treatment, tubing, welding, Thermoforming and composite repairs.
Specialty Shops, Non-Destructive Testing Laboratory
Radiomatics Moorburgh Aircraft Level III Non Destructive Testing Laboratory has set up and portable testing equipment. It uses the entire array of NDT techniques available today led by, highly qualified ASNT Level III professionals.

Composite Services
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Our state-of-the-art autoclave is used in composite repairs of Components such as rotorblades and wing flaps.
Other Capabilities and Services
Our capabilities also include a variety areas related to aircraft MRO services, that includes:
Avionics & Radios
Communication & Navigation Radios, Entertainment Electronics, Laptop Computers, RVSM, SATCOM, TCAD, TCAS, Weather Radar, Wind Shear Detection
- Systems and component installation, modification, testing, repairs and alterations
Electrical, Batteries: Servicing and NICAD Battery System upgrade modifications
Flying Controls: Full capabilities, including service, weighing & balancing, control cable assembly manufacturing
Hydraulics: Hose and Tubing fabrication
Miscellaneous Services: Cadmium Plating, Defect Mapping, Heat Treatment, Machining, Penning/Stress Relieving, Plasma Flame Spray Coating, Welding.
In addition, Radiomatics Moorburgh Aircraft’s has proven capabilities in B747 Section 41 modifications and L1011 wing, rear spar replacement.

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Dr Leyland von Favtree
CEO
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Board of Director

Postby Moorburgh » Wed Sep 26, 2012 9:31 pm

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Dr Robert H Kavas - Chairmen
Dr Robert H Kavas was born in Colemeadow on August 16, 1966. An economist by background, he has been president of Moorburgh’s largest diamond producer since July 15, 2009.

In 1989, Kavas graduated from Moorburgh State University, specializing in political economy. Upon graduation, he joined the Finance and Credit Department of the State Commercial Bank as lead economist.

He spent the 1990s serving various positions in companies such as State Comm, the Old Plainton branch of State Universal Bank and BaltOnEximBank. From 1999 to 2001 he was chairman of the board of BaltOnExim Bank.

He joined RM Aircraft in 2002, serving as vice president until 2003, he appointed as Chair, RM Aircraft in 2008.


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Bob Chuck Scarnati - Vice Chairmen
After studying business administration and completing his commercial training, Bob Chuck Scarnati began his career as an internal auditor with Moorburgh Chemical Ltd. He worked on a large number of international mergers as well as overseeing and managing audits of exploration and production concessions together with other international oil and gas companies.

In 2004 he became a senior asset analyst on the Group’s portfolio management team, where his task was to grow the exploration and production licenses in Konglomerat region. Most recently, in his capacity as chief financial officer, he was instrumental in establishing the Moorburgh Chemical Ltd subsidiary MCL Logistic Ltd in Eribourne.

Mr Scarnati appointed as Vice Chair, RM Aircraft in 2011.

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Ruben 'Jeff' von Steelfreeze- Member of Board
Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer (CIO). Joined STEELBARON AMMO LTD in November 2010. From 2007 to 2010, Jeff served as Chief Information Officer for the Sulton & Sulton Companies, where he was responsible for SSC worldwide information systems and services functions. Prior to that, Vice President, Information Technology for Bernailo Ltd, where he assumed responsibility for multiple areas as part of his global leadership role. Bachelor’s degree, Cape Steelberg Institute of Technology. Master’s degree, University of South Cape Steelwar.


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Sherri Odette Paskoff - Member of Board
Sherri Odette Paskoff has over 30 years’ experience in the aviation business. From 1979 – 2008, Ms Paskoff held various positions with Little Fairfax Aviation Ltd., a large publicly held aircraft leasing, holding the positions of Sales and Product Manager, Vice President and General Manager, and most recently retiring as Senior Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer. Ms Paskoff serves as a Board member for the Boodymere Sound City Orchestra, Boodymere Sound College of Medicine, and the Boodymere Sound Heritage Foundation. Prior to her experience with Little Fairfax Aviation, Ms Paskoff worked as a Political Adviser to mayor of Boodymere Sound.

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Aviation General (ret.) Mike Moses Plamondon, Moorburgh Air Force - Member of Board
General Plamondon is a retired Moorburgh Air Force general who served as the 5th Chief of Staff of the Air Force from August 12, 2008 until his retirement in 2012. As Chief of Staff, he served as the senior uniformed Air Force officer responsible for the organization, training and equipping of nearly 20,000 active-duty, Guard, Reserve and civilian forces serving in the Moorburgh. As a member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Plamondon functioned as a military adviser to the Secretary of Defense, National Security Council and the President. He previously served as Commander, Moorburgh Logistic Branch from September 2005 to August 2008.

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Dr Leyland von Favtree - Member of Board & CEO
Leyland von Favtree has more than 30 years of solid experience in the aviation industry having held several high-level positions in ITX Aviation Consortium, leading various areas including R&D, Engineering, Production in the aviation technologies. Dr von Favtree has been CEO of RM Aircraft since 2009 and is a graduate in Mechanical Engineering from Aviation Engineering from Moorburgh State University. Dr von Favtree holds an MBA degree from Galaria Bay University in Old Plainton.
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Our Service

Postby Moorburgh » Wed Sep 26, 2012 9:38 pm

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Maintenance is our Specialty
RM Aircrafts is a pioneer in aircraft maintenance. We have established core capabilities that enable us to perform various levels of maintenance and repairs on many civil and military aircraft.

When it comes to aircraft maintenance, RM Aircrafts Company is a pioneer in the industry. Specializing in C & D checks for several types of aircraft, RM Aircrafts is a leading provider of technical services to the aviation industry in the Old Bentonmount Region.

We perform all levels of maintenance, repair and modification on many types of civil and military aircraft in our modern facilities. Fully equipped back shops with CNC (computer numerically controlled) machines, a Non-Destructive Testing laboratory and an advanced ERP system support all MRO activities.

Our comprehensive engineering and maintenance services include:
• Heavy maintenance and modification
• Aging Aircraft Inspection
• Corrosion Prevention and Control Program (CPCP)
• Avionics & Communication upgrades
• Livery Painting
• Composite repairs
• Canopy repairs

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[u][b][size=180]Maintenance Request Form[/size][/b][/u]
[b]Full Name of Nation[/b]:
[b]Region Name[/b]:
[b]Corporate/ Entity Name[/b]:
[b]Name of CEO/Contact Person[/b]:
[b]Link to storefront/wiki page (optional):[/b]
[b][u]Service Request[/u] (please select):[/b]
==> (provide us how many aircrafts/ type)
[1]Heavy maintenance/ 1,000,000 USD each aircraft  [  ]
[2]Aging Aircraft Inspection/ 300,000 USD [  ]
[3]Corrosion Prevention and Control Program/ 250,000 USD each aircraft [  ]
[4]Avionics & Communication upgrades/ 1,300,000 USD each aircraft [  ]
[5]Composite repairs/ 1,300,000 USD each aircraft [  ]
[6]Canopy repairs/ 500,000 USD each aircraft [  ]
[7]Livery service/ 1,530,000 USD each aircrafts [  ]
==> (provide us logo/flag/airlines name/ airlines official color(s)
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RMA 290 Jetwind

Postby Moorburgh » Wed Sep 26, 2012 11:01 pm

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RMA 290Jetwind

The benchmark Jetwind Family’s largest member – the RM 290 – offers airline customers the best seat-mile costs of any single-aisle aircraft and seating capacities comparable to that of a widebody jetliner.
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Standard JetSeating setup

This aircraft holds a stretched fuselage with an overall distance of 44.51 meters, along with an extended operating range of up to 9,000 nautical miles while carrying a maximum passenger load. Like each member in RM Aircrafts’ best-selling JETWIND’S Family of jetliners, the RM 290 offers the lowest fuel burn, emissions and noise footprint in its course of study.

The RM 290 typically accommodates 200 passengers in a two-class configuration (16 in first year and 169 in economy) – while offering unbeatable economics in high-density seating (with up to 220 passengers) for charter and low-cost operators. The matching-engine RM 290 can be powered by Turbofan RMA-B11
While passengers benefit from the RM 290’s state-of-the-art cabin design, airlines profit from the unique operational flexibility of RM Aircrafts’ single-aisle aircraft – with the option to offer wider seats and enhanced comfort; a markedly wider aisle for fast boarding and easier cabin movement; and even a hybrid layout. Overall passenger comfort is further heightened by the RM 290’s optional in-flight entertainment systems.

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Jet-Syook IFE System

The JETWIND’S Family’s wide fuselage also offers unmatched cargo capability for operators. Its four members are the only single-aisle aircraft offering containerised cargo, with the RM 290 capable of carrying up to 10 standard LD3-46W containers in the lower deck holds – enabling interlining without special ground handling equipment.

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C/N Code: JE
Wing Span: 178 ft 40°
Wing Area: 4000 sq ft
Tail: T Tail System™
Max Takeoff Weight: 438851 lbs
Empty Weight: 188346 lbs
Take-off Distance: 10764 ft
Landing-Distance: 3923 ft
Cruising Speed: .85 Mach/ 529 knot
Range: 8,623 nm
Fuel cap: 202000 lbs
Operation Altitude: 30000 ft
Engine: (2x)Turbofan RMA-TF43 (43,000 lbs of thrust)
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The RMA-TF43, is a series of high-bypass turbofan aero engines with a thrust range from 37,000 to 43,000 lbf (165 to 190 kN). Built by RMA Engine Div., they were designed for the RMA-29 Jetwind powerplant
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Max. Passengers: 200
Aisles: 2
Max. Classes: 3
Build Time: -
Production Availability: -
Cost: $160,200,000 USD *Revise on Nov 2012
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RMA 1000 Zestwind

Postby Moorburgh » Thu Sep 27, 2012 3:30 am

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MercerCloud Airways RMA-1000

The RMA 1000 Zestwind is a long-range wide-body double, twin-engine jet airliner manufactured by RM Aircrafts. It is the world's largest twinjet and has a capability of over 300 passengers, with a scope of 5,235 to 9,380 nautical miles (9,695 to 17,370 km), depending on model. Usually referred to as the "Zesty", its distinguishing characteristics include the largest-diameter turbofan engines of any aircraft, six wheels on each main landing gear, a circular fuselage cross-section and a blade-shaped tail cone.

Produced in consultation with major airlines, the RMA 1000 Zestwind was designed to replace older wide-body airliners and bridge the capability difference between the RMA 290’s. As RM Aircrafts first fly-by-wire airliner, it has computer-mediated controls; it is likewise the first completely computer-designed commercial aircraft.

The RMA 1000 offers a flying experience no other aircraft in the sky can fit, and redefines the meaning of comfort for all passengers – whether they are premium customers in first and business class, or leisure travellers in the economy cabin.

RM aircraft has gone to great lengths to reach long-haul flying aboard the RMA 1000 feel more natural for its passengers – with wider seats, more personal storage, better head room and wider steps and aisles.

The cabin air is recycled every three transactions to prevent the atmosphere fresh, while natural light is provided by 220 cabin windows. Four high-level air outlets – as opposed to the industry criterion of two – helps passengers feel refreshed, both during and after the flight.


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Specification
C/N Code: ZE
Wing Span: 200 ft 40°
Wing Area: 4000 sq ft
Max Takeoff Weight: 444419 lbs
Empty Weight: 183914 lbs
Take-off Distance: 10986 ft
Landing-Distance: 3381 ft
Cruising Speed: .71 Mach/ 420 knot
Range: 9315 nm
Fuel cap: 212000 lbs
Operation Altitude: 30000 ft
Engine: (4x) Turbofan RMA-TF81(81,500 lbf of thrust)
Max. Passengers: 300
Aisles: 2
Max. Classes: 3
Build Time: -
Production Availability: -
Cost: $389,900,000 USD
*Revise on Nov 2012
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Standard Economy seats

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First class seats
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JIMPOS

Postby Moorburgh » Thu Sep 27, 2012 7:02 am

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Jet Integrated Missile Protection System JIMPOS™
Manpad is a threat to aircraft regardless fighter or civilian aircraft. Attacks using manpad on civilian aircraft, especially near the airport on landing and takeoff operations are rampant at the moment. MANPADS have the prospective to produce mayhem and cause injury and human death. The consequence may be a multi-million loss of resources and transport-related revenues with likely knock-on effects for national economies. JIMPOS™ is an effective self-defense measure that enables you to significantly trim down and counter this threat, protect your capital assets, and ultimately retain customer trust.

Concept
The concept behind JIMPOS™ is that the Missile Approach Warning sensors detect UV-light emitted from the missile plume and process the data received to determine the missile’s Angle of Arrival.
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Flare dispanser

An optimal time is computed for the Countermeasures dispensing of decoys and this is relayed by the Control Unit to the dispenser to initiate a dispense sequence predefined by a range of parameters, including the number of decoys and time intervals within the sequence.

Upon getting into the free air stream, the decoy is opened up by aerodynamic forces acting along a built-in opening device. JIMPOS™ further distinguishes itself by virtue of an inherent capacity to cut through up to eight missiles launched simultaneously.

Fully autonomous, JIMPOS™ takes effective action against incoming threats without any interaction from the operator.
Highest degree of functional safety

A leading agency in electronic-countermeasure technology for more than fifty years, RM Aircrafts is a synonym for systems that are characterized by reliability, easy integration and outstanding execution. In continuing with this tradition, RM Aircrafts has developed a unique system geared specifically to fit the demands and necessities of the civil air industry to counter the menace posed by MANPADS.


System Design
JIMPOS™ comprises four main parts:
• The JJMAW-300 (JIMPOS Missile Approach Warning system)
• The Electronic Controller Unit (ECU)
• The JDF5 Civil Dispenser System, and
• The CIV-IR Decoys
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Sensor Design

A simple Control & Display panel mounted in the cockpit is used by the crew to power, arm and test the system.
Incorporating four JMAW-300 UV sensors and the MAW controller, the Missile Approach Warning system provides speed, accurate sensing and tracking data of approaching missiles.

The system can even be complemented with an additional sensor to obtain hemispherical coverage.
The JDF5 is an electro-mechanical dispenser using CIV-IR decoys to deceive incoming threats.
Manufactured by the RM Aircrafts Tech Pve Ltd, the decoys consist of a new type of pyrophoric decoy material that burns at a lower temperature than conventional pyrotechnic flares, thus achieving a larger radiating area to attain the proper radiation intensity. Located inside a sealed container, the decoys are opened and activated once dispensed and subjected to a sufficient air stream.

All RM Aircrafts is equipped with JIMPOS™ system
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RMA 100 Rushwind

Postby Moorburgh » Thu Sep 27, 2012 7:29 am

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RMA 100 Rushwind


RMA 100 Rushwind is a business jet developed by Old Plainton, Moorburgh based RM Aircrafts, which has its development center located in Colemeadow, Meadow Isle.
The RMA 100 Rushwind is expected to be classified as a very light jet, at a Maximum Take-Off Weight of less than 371052lbs.
It shall be built using a graphite-epoxy construction process that makes the aircraft one third the weight of comparably sized aluminium airplanes. The aircraft is designed to cruise at 44,110 ft at speeds up to 420 knots (Mach 0.73) and fly as far as 3323 nmil - while consuming about 40% less fuel than conventionally built planes - using two RMA Bravo Six engines.
The retail sales price of the aircraft is supposed to be US-$ 6.8 million.
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Specification
C/N Code: RU
Wing Span: 219 ft 40°
Wing Area: 4000 sq ft
Max Takeoff Weight: 371052 lbs
Empty Weight: 183914 lbs
Take-off Distance: 6945 ft
Landing-Distance: 4448 ft
Cruising Speed: 0.73 Mach/ 420 knot
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Range: 3332 nm
Fuel cap: 95000 lbs
Operation Altitude: 44110 ft
Engine: (2x) Turbofan RMA-Bravo Six (127,000 lbs of thrust)
Max. Passengers: 10
Aisles: Mix
Max. Classes: 1
Build Time: Five weeks
Production Availability: Available
Cost: $6,800,000 USD
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Postby Bindu » Fri Sep 28, 2012 10:33 am

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To: Dr Leyland von Favtree, CEO, Radiomatics Moorburgh Aircraft
From: Office of Procurement, Aerospace Division, State Auto, Sultanate of Bindu
Subject: Aircraft Procurement




Sir

State Auto, representing the Palace of Sultanate of Bindu want to extend the order to purchase three unit RMA100 Rushwind and one unit of RMA 1000 Zestwind as uses as private jet to the Sultan of Bindu, Fateh LVIII

For procurement of these aircraft , we also ask that special engineer of Sultan and Sultan personal interior designer a allowed togather in developing the aircrafts according to his higness chooice

Full payment will be made ​​through a bank of your choice

sincerely
Dr Osman Kadrun
your highness private secretary

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To: Dr Osman Kadrun, CC: Office of Procurement, Aerospace Division, State Auto, Sultanate of Bindu
Subject: Sultan of Bindu Procurement


Sir
Your order is confirmed, and we thank you for your business. The aircrafts will be delivered promptly per your instructions, once completed.

Procurement Details
  1. C/N #RU-001- RMA 100 Rushwind - In Production- Sultanate of Bindu
  2. C/N #RU-002- RMA 100 Rushwind - In Production- Sultanate of Bindu
  3. C/N #RU-003-RMA 100 Rushwind - In Production- Sultanate of Bindu
  4. C/N #ZE-001- RMA 1000 Zestwind - In Production- Sultanate of Bindu

The total amount of this purchase is 1110,000,000 USD including internal modification costs , armament and electronic equipment
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Postby Thousandsuns » Sat Sep 29, 2012 6:27 am

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To:Dr Leyland von Favtree, CEO, Radiomatics Moorburgh Aircraft
Subject: Plane Procurement

Sir
Along with the development and current challenges , 1000suns Airways wants to make orders for the latest RMA model for our fleet expansion
We had planned to get up 20unit of RMA 290 and 10unit of RMA Jetwind 1000 Zestwind for our long distance operations

All payments will be transfered to the bank of your choice together with the preferred form of delivery

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http://www.1000suns-airways.1000suns

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Postby Moorburgh » Sat Sep 29, 2012 9:18 am

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To: Nancy Pierbarron, CC: CEO, 1000suns Airways
Subject: 1000suns Airways Procurement


Sir
Your order is confirmed, and we thank you for your business. The aircrafts will be delivered promptly per your instructions, once completed.

Procurement Details
  1. C/N #JE-001- C/N #JE-020 : RMA 290 Jetwind - In Production- 1000suns Airways
  2. C/N #ZE-002- C/N #ZE-011: RMA 1000 Zestwind - In Production- 1000suns Airways

The total amount of this purchase is 1,306,760,000 USD after 9% discout for large procurement
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Products list

Postby Moorburgh » Tue Oct 02, 2012 4:11 am

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RMA Tangkas™ T600 Flight Simulation.


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RMA 7 Hawkswind is a proposed new generation medium-lift helicopter, currently under development by RM Aircraft


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RMA 10 Litewind
The RMA 10 Litewind is the current production version. It is a completely new design with many new improvements for performance and passenger comfort

New Version RMA 10-700 Super Litewind


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RMA 20 Hopwind

The RMA 20 Hopwind is a twin-engined regional jet airliner with a capacity of maximum 80-110 passengers developed by the Moorburgh manufacturer RM Aircraft


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The RMA 350 Transwind is a four-engined narrow-body passenger commercial jet airliner, manufactured from 2011 by the RM Aircraft company


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RMA 550 Starwind, Medium-range aircraft


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RMA 290 Jetwind
The RMA 290 Jetwind was a Medium- to Long-range, narrow-body, commercial passenger jet airliners manufactured by RM Aircraf

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RMA 750 Magicwind
The RMA 750 Magicwind is a long-range, mid-size wide-body, twin-engine jet airliner developed RM Aircraft. Its variants seat 320 passengers. RM Aircraft states that it is the company's most fuel-efficient airliner and the world's first major airliner to use composite materials for most of its construction

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The RMA 1000 Zestwind
The RMA 1000 Zestwind is a four-engined medium-to-long-range widebody airliner with a capacity of maximum 440 passengers produced by the Moorburgh manufacturer Radiomatics Moorburgh Airplanes.

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RMA 311 Liftwind
The RMA 311 Liftwind has a maximum structural payload capability of 140 metric tonnes (154 tons), including tare weight, with a range of 8,610 nmi. Also powered by RMA-technology engines, it will achieve the same environmental benefits as the RMA 1000

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RMA 419 Tradewind is a three-engine widebody cargo jet manufactured by RM Aircraft. The RMA 419 has range for medium- to long-haul flights, capable of carrying a maximum 250,000kg cargoes


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RMA 700 Skywind
Strategic and heavy-duty cargo aircraft

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RMA9 Battlewind aircraft is the most powerful helicopter in the Radiomatics Moorburgh Aircraft inventory.


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RMA 100 Rushwind
The RMA 100 Rushwind is expected to be classified as a very light jet, at a Maximum Take-Off Weight of less than 371052lbs.
It shall be built using a graphite-epoxy construction process that makes the aircraft one third the weight of comparably sized aluminium airplanes

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RMA 50 Citywind
RMA 50 Citywind is largely based on the successful RMA passenger jet, the RMA 99


Our Price
Aircrafts
Seat
Range
Speed
Configuration
Price
RMA 7 Hawkswind18741 km261 km/hMedium-size Heli$19,670,000.00 USD
RMA 9 Battlewind55+4841 km315 km/hHeavy-lift Heli$20,900,000.00 USD
RMA 10 Litewind45
(Y45)
1596 km568 km/hRegional Aircraft$9,500,000 USD
RMA 10-700 Super Litewind95+20
(Y 115)
(F4 Y86)
2500 km590 km/hExtanded Range Regional Aircraft$14,500,000 USD
RMA 20-8 Hopwind-A80
(Y80)
4.900 km870 km/hMedium Range Regional Aircraft$10,000,000.00 USD
RMA 20-9 Hopwind-B110
(F10 Y94)
3.600 km870 km/hMedium Range Regional Aircraft$10,900,000.00 USD
RMA 550 Starwind220
(F32 Y184)
5,800 km871 km/hMedium Range Setting$59,800,000 USD
RMA 290 Jetwind200
(F26 Y158)
16,384 km1005 km/hLong Range Setting$160,200,000 US
RMA 350 Transwind257
(F24 Y229)
10.445 km967 km/hMedium to Long Range Setting$238,000,000.00 USD
RMA 750 Magicwind320
(F32 Y284)
15,750 km954 km/hLong Range Setting$243,600,000.00 USD
RMA 1000 Zestwind300
(F42 Y252)
17,699 km798 km/hLong Range Setting$389,900,000 USD
RMA 419 Tradewind I6,116 km908kmhCargo Config$101,000,000.00 USD
RMA 419 Tradewind II10,622 km908kmh $Cargo Config129,000,000.00 USD
RMA 311 Liftwind16,359 km765 km/hCargo Config$153,500,000 USD
RMA 700 Skywind15,400 km800 km/hMilitary-Cargo$379,000,000.00 USD
RMA 100 Rushwind10 (single class)6,170 KM788 km/hExecutive Jet segment$6,800,000 USD
RMA 50 Citywind8 (single class)8,149 km1,000 km/hExecutive Jet segment$25,000,000 USD



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Product Procurement Form
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[b]Name of business / organisation[/b]:
[b]Nation:[/b]
[b]Contact Person:[/b]
[b]Which model?:[/b]
[b] How many? :[/b]
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[b]Liveries Detail (Logo/ Airlines Name/ Official Color(s):[/b]
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Plane Procurement

Postby Xmasters » Tue Oct 02, 2012 6:44 am

Sir
We want to make orders for the latest RMA series.
We had planned to get up 20unit of
RMA 290 and 10unit of RMA Jetwind
1000 Zestwind for our long distance
operations

Thank You

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THE RMA 10 LITEWIND

Postby Moorburgh » Tue Oct 02, 2012 7:42 am

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THE RMA 10 LITEWIND
The RMA 10 Litewind is the current production version. It is a completely new design with many new improvements for performance and passenger comfort. It has new engines, new propellers, a newly designed cabin and increased weight capacity. It has a six-bladed propellers turned by RMA Delta 8V engines rated at 2,400 shp (1,800 kW) for improved hot and high performance and greatly increased cruise speed. The engines are flat rated for +45C. Propellers are completely electrically controlled and are constructed from composite material. It also delivers an increased maximum take-off weight, allowing for more payload and greater range (up to 1,500km).

Referable to the six-bladed propellers and better insulation, it delivers a much reduced noise level inside the cabin with new "elegance" style cabin. The newest version has CATII capability and dual Varga FMS installation


Specification
C/N Code: LW
Wing Span:
Wing Area: 587 sq ft

Max Takeoff Weight: 41,010 lbs
Empty Weight: 24,800 lbs
Take-off Distance:
Landing-Distance:
Cruising Speed: 299 knot
Range: 840 nm
Fuel cap: 5,625l
Operation Altitude: 25000 ft
Engine: (2x) Delta 8V
Max. Passengers: 45
Aisles: 2
Max. Classes: 2
Build Time: Six weeks
Production Availability: Available
Cost: $9,500,000 USD
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Lite-seating configuration
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To: Xmasters
Subject: Plane Procurement


Sir
Your order is confirmed, and we thank you for your business. The aircraft will be delivered promptly per your instructions, once completed.

Your Orders
20X RMA 290 Jetwind - ($56,800,000 USD/each)
10x RMA 1000 Zestwind- ( $86,800,000 USD/each)

The total amount of this purchase is 1,823,640,000.00 USD after 9% discout for large procurement

Procurement Details
  1. C/N #JE-021- C/N #JE-040 : RMA 290 Jetwind - In Production- Xmasters
  2. C/N #ZE-012- C/N #ZE-021: RMA 1000 Zestwind - In Production-Xmasters

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www.rma-aircrafts.moo


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Postby Thousandsuns » Tue Oct 02, 2012 8:51 am

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To:Dr Leyland von Favtree, CEO, Radiomatics Moorburgh Aircraft
Subject: Service Request

Sir
1000suns always concerned about the safety and smooth running of our aircraft , thus accompanying the order for the maintanance request for you to review

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CEO
http://www.1000suns-airways.1000suns



Full Name of Nation: Thousandsuns
Region Name: Old Bentonmount
Corporate/ Entity Name: 1000suns Airways
Name of CEO/Contact Person: Rafael Kieth von Salem, Chief Technical Officer
Link to storefront/wiki page (optional): http://www.1000suns-airways.1000suns
Type of Aircraft (s): RMA 78 Fastwind & RMA 99 Silkwind
Civilian or Military: Civilian
Service Request (please select):
[1]Heavy maintenance/ 1,000,000 USD each aircraft [ ]
[2]Aging Aircraft Inspection/ 300,000 USD [ ]
[3]Corrosion Prevention and Control Program/ 250,000 USD each aircraft [√ ]
[4]Avionics & Communication upgrades/ 1,300,000 USD each aircraft [ √ ]
[5]Composite repairs/ 1,300,000 USD each aircraft [ ]
[6]Canopy repairs/ 500,000 USD each aircraft [ ]
Detail:
Type:( RMA 78 Fastwind ),How Many Units:(5), Civilian or Military:(Civilian)
Type:( RMA 99 Silkwind), How Many Units:(5), Civilian or Military:(Civilian)
Type:(aircraft model), How Many Units:(Volume of unit), Civilian or Military:(Civ/ Mil)

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Postby Moorburgh » Tue Oct 02, 2012 9:40 pm

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To:Dr Leyland von Favtree, CEO, Radiomatics Moorburgh Aircraft
Subject: Service Request

Sir
1000suns always concerned about the safety and smooth running of our aircraft , thus accompanying the order for the maintanance request for you to review

Thank


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Nancy Pierbarron
CEO
http://www.1000suns-airways.1000suns



Full Name of Nation: Thousandsuns
Region Name: Old Bentonmount
Corporate/ Entity Name: 1000suns Airways
Name of CEO/Contact Person: Rafael Kieth von Salem, Chief Technical Officer
Link to storefront/wiki page (optional): http://www.1000suns-airways.1000suns
Type of Aircraft (s): RMA 78 Fastwind & RMA 99 Silkwind
Civilian or Military: Civilian
Service Request (please select):
[1]Heavy maintenance/ 1,000,000 USD each aircraft [ ]
[2]Aging Aircraft Inspection/ 300,000 USD [ ]
[3]Corrosion Prevention and Control Program/ 250,000 USD each aircraft [√ ]
[4]Avionics & Communication upgrades/ 1,300,000 USD each aircraft [ √ ]
[5]Composite repairs/ 1,300,000 USD each aircraft [ ]
[6]Canopy repairs/ 500,000 USD each aircraft [ ]
Detail:
Type:( RMA 78 Fastwind ),How Many Units:(5), Civilian or Military:(Civilian)
Type:( RMA 99 Silkwind), How Many Units:(5), Civilian or Military:(Civilian)
Type:(aircraft model), How Many Units:(Volume of unit), Civilian or Military:(Civ/ Mil)


Thank you for confident in RMA service , we receive your application , your aircrafts will be servicing in stages starting from five Oct 2012.

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RMA 50 Citywind

Postby Moorburgh » Wed Oct 03, 2012 4:45 am

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RMA 50 Citywind
RMA 50 Citywindis largely based on the successful RMA passenger jet, the RMA 99. The greatest change in RMA 50 Citywind is the added fuel tanks in the lower deck cargo hold space, nearly doubling the jet's range, which also boasts a lavish interior, divided into up to 5 sections including an optional bedroom, washroom with running water, and a walk-in cargo area at the rear. Another selling point is the larger fuselage cross-section than other comparable business jets
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Specification
C/N code CI
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Range: 4,400 nm (8,149 km)
(M0.78, 8 passengers, 3 crew and NBAA IFR reserves with 200 nm alternate airport)
Mmo (Maximum Operating Mach): Mach 0.82
High-Speed Cruise: Mach 0.82
Takeoff Distance: 6,135 ft (1,870 m)
(MTOW, Sea Level, ISA)
Unfactored Landing Distance: 2,664 ft (812 m)
(MLW, Sea Level, ISA)
Maximum Operating Altitude: 41,000 ft (12,497 m)
Maximum Takeoff Weight: 120,152 lb (54,500 kg)
Maximum Landing Weight: 100,972 lb (45,800 kg)
Maximum Zero Fuel Weight: 80,469 lb (36,500 kg)
*Maximum Payload: 9,414 lb (4,270 kg)
Maximum Usable Fuel: 48,217 lb (21,871 kg)
Adopted fuel density 6.70 lb/US gal (0.803 kg/l)
Price per Unit: 25,000,000 USD

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RMA 550 Starwind

Postby Moorburgh » Thu Oct 04, 2012 10:24 pm

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RMA 550 Starwind Medium to Long range aircraft

The RMA 550 Starwind is a four-engine medium-to-long-range narrowbody airliner with a capacity of maximum 220 passengers produced by the Moorburgh manufacturer RM Aircraft. The four-engine RMA 550 features one of the quietest cabins in the sky – a key element for relaxing long-haul operations – as well as the best economy in its class, which makes this jetliner an airline favorite. The RMA 550 seats 220 passengers in a typical three-class cabin configuration. In addition, state-of-the-art in-flight entertainment can be contained into the seats or mounted on partitions below overhead stowage areas

The RMA 550 demonstrates outstanding environmental efficiencies, including low fuel cut and reduced engine emissions, while its reduced noise signature comfortably meets international standards.

Below the main deck, the RMA 550’s large cargo holds provide voluminous capacity for additional gross. With large cargo doors as basic fit, they take industry-standard LD3 containers in side-by-side loading. The RMA 550’s forward, hold accommodates six 96-inch pallets or 18 LD3 containers, while the aft hold accepts 14 LD3s or a mix of three 96-inch pallets and two 88-inch pallets.



CrewPassangerPropulsionEngine ModelEngine Power (each)SpeedService CeilingRangeEmpty Weightmax. Takeoff Weightmax. Landing WeightFuel capacityWing SpanWing AreaLengthHeight 12,85 mPrice
3147 (2 class max)4 Turbofan Engines(4x) Turbofan RMA-TF19 (19,000 lbf)19,000 lbf871 km/h12.802 m5,800 km67.495 kg151.381 kg97.522 kg90,300 L43,40 m283,0 m²46,61 m12,85 m$59,800,000 USD


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Star-dust interior setup

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Star-cockpit view
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RMA 7 Hawkswind medium helicopter

Postby Moorburgh » Fri Oct 05, 2012 3:29 am

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RMA 7 Hawkswind medium helicopter


The RMA 7 Hawkswind is a proposed new generation medium-lift helicopter, currently under development by RM Aircraft. The RMA 7 Hawkswind was unveiled at the 2012 Helivation Expo in Colemeadow, Moorburgh on July, 2012
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Interior seating setup

General characteristics
C/N code: HW
Crew: 2
Capacity: 16 passengers
4,000 pounds (1,800 kg) useful load
Gross weight: 18,000 lb (8,165 kg)
Powerplant: 2 ×RMA-Berota H6 turboshaft, 1,800 shp (1,300 kW) each
Main rotor diameter: 54 ft 6 in (16.61 m)

Performance
Maximum speed: 162 mph (261 km/h; 141 kn)
Range: 460 mi; 741 km (400 nmi)
Service ceiling: 20,000 ft (6,096 m)

Avionics
MoorComm Colt-890

Price
$19,670,000.00 USD
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To: Muhammad bin Abdul-Aziz Int. Airport
Subject: Showroom Application



Greeting
Let us introduce ourselves, we are the airline industry conglomerate and well-versed in building and treat civilian aircraft.
The reason we write this letter is to obtain authorization from you so we can opened our showroom in your modern airport.

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CEO
www.rma-aircrafts.moo


About Us
RM Aircrafts provides extensive quality aircraft, and also specialist in ground support equipment (GSE) as well as maintenance repair and overhaul (MRO) products to governments and the aviation and aerospace industries. Our aircraft supplies and aircraft GSE meet the minimum standards required to promise safe handling and installation.

We deliver extrusions, metals, aircraft chocks, sealants, tapes, adhesives, raw materials, ground support equipment (GSE), maintenance repair and overhaul (MRO) supplies. We have cable ties, lockwire, lacing tape, webbing and many more products ready to ship immediately.

You can count on RM Aircrafts as your one stop shop to purchase aircraft and aircraft GSE; including wheel chocks, chemicals, sealant, and aircraft tape and for everything else you need to fly with sureness.









Aircrafts
Seat
Range
Speed
Price
THE RMA 10 LITEWIND45840 nm/ 1,596 km568 km/h$9,500,000 USD
RMA 550 Starwind2205,800 km871 km/h$59,800,000 USD
RMA 290Jetwind20016,384 km1005 km/h$56,800,000 USD
RMA 350 Transwind25710.445 km967 km/h$61,000,000.00 USD
RMA 750 Magicwind32015,750 km954 km/h$80,500,000 USD
RMA 1000 Zestwind30017,699 km798 km/h$86,800,000 USD
RMA 311 Liftwind Carg0-16,359 km765 km/h$53,500,000 USD
RMA 700 Skywind Military-Cargo-15,400 km800 km/h$79,000,000.00 USD

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To: Dr Leyland von Favtree, CEO, Radiomatics Moorburgh Aircraft
From: Dr. Hashim Al-Tayeb, Minister of Civil Aviation, Krbustan Airlines CEO
Subject: Aircraft Procurement


Sir
Krbustan Airlines wants to make orders for the latest RMA model for our Krbustan Airlines fleet
We had planned to get up 20unit of RMA 550 Starwind and 10unit of RMA 290 Jetwind

All payments will be transfered to the bank of your choice together with the preferred form of delivery

Thanks

Dr. Hashim Al-Tayeb
Minister of Civil Aviation
Krbustan Airlines CEO

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To: Dr. Hashim Al-Tayeb
Minister of Civil Aviation
CEO, Krbustan Airlines
Subject: Plane Procurement


Sir
Your order is confirmed, and we thank you for your business. The aircraft will be delivered promptly per your instructions, once completed.

Your Orders
20unit of RMA 550 Starwind - ($59,800,000 USD/each)
10unit of RMA 290 Jetwind- ( $56,800,000 USD/each)

The total amount of this purchase is 1,764,000,000.00 USD
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RMA 290 Krbustan Airlines C/N #JE-041
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RMA 550 Krbustan Airlines C/N #ST-001

Procurement Details
  1. C/N #JE-041- C/N #JE-051 : RMA 290 Jetwind - In Production- Krbustan Airlines
  2. C/N #ST-001- C/N #ST-021: RMA 550 Starwind - In Production-Krbustan Airlines


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CEO
www.rma-aircrafts.moo


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Our Customer Livery

Postby Moorburgh » Sat Oct 13, 2012 3:18 am

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1000suns RMA311 Liftwind cargo aircraft C/N #LI-001

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RMA 290 Jetwind 1000suns Airways C/N #JE-007

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RMA 290 Jetwind xmaster C/N #JE-036

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RMA 290 Jetwind Krbustan Airlines C/N #JE-041

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RMA 550 Starwind Krbustan Airlines C/N #ST-001

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To: Dr Leyland von Favtree, CEO, Radiomatics Moorburgh Aircraft
Subject: Aircraft Procurement

Dear,
Krbustan Airlines wants to make orders for the latest RMA model for our Krbustan Airlines fleet
We had planned to get up 8 unit of RMA 311 Liftwind

All payments will be transfered to the bank of your choice together with the preferred form of delivery

Thanks

Dr. Hashim Al-Tayeb
Minister of Civil Aviation
CEO, Krbustan Airlines

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