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Ocline Airplanes - Tomorrows Aerospace, Today

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Ocline.
Ocline Airplanes is a combined venture previously merged with Scverian Aeronautics to create a singular Ocline presence in the aeronautical community. Established in 1946, shortly after the discovery and exploitation into advanced aircraft propulsion, Ocline has been built on innovation and expected to meet any and every standard provided in its class. It is one of the largest aircraft providers in the nation of ViZion and is expected to rise and compete within the region of Astyria, against competitors like Genesis Aerosystems and Streamline Aerocrafts. Providing top of the line aircraft for airline giants such as Imperial Isles Airways, Royal Kingtonian Airways, Bluebird Skyways, to name a few, Ocline is no exception to customer satisfaction and passenger safety.

Scverian Aeronautics Incorporated, a division of Armaj Heavy Industries, has seen the collapse of its home nation of Scverkiak. However, as its parent company, we are dedicated to continuing to serve its customers. As such, Scverian Aeronautics Incorporated is becoming part of Ocline Airplanes, the aircraft manufacture we are also owners of. If you are a customer of Scverian Aeronautics, your rewards status will see no change.


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Innovation.
Why settle for old fashioned economy seats? Normally industries design Business and First Class seats first, as their priority is considerably more eminent than Economy. However, we feel dissimilarly about this concept. In fact, we've taken to completely reinnervating the purpose of Economy class. Why? Simply because we don't value specific customers over one another. Everyone is entitled to comfort. And so the product of our ingenuity is the invention of Standard and Layout seating designs, both available in Economy class. Please specify which seating design you want in your order.

Our next-generation Standard seat is quite revolutionary. The slick new design provides a thin seatback allowing for more legroom with the same amount of seats, or standard legroom with more seats - while still maximizing the amount of comfort inherited by its inhabitants. In addition, our Layout design allows for passengers to experience a whole new level of airliner comfort; being able to sleep in the entirety of your seat. The unique design allows for conserved seating space, and the ability to fold the seat in itself and create a makeshift bed, readily stocked with an Ocline blanket and pillow set. Regardless of your choice, we can guarantee that longer flights will be much more bearable.

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Oh, and about the environment - we're saving it.

Aircraft life-cycle deliberations are a momentous part of Ocline’s efforts in sustaining the drive for a cleaner environment. In support of this strategy, Ocline initially administered a field survey of companies involved in older fleet management and airplane scrapping. Ocline started to focus its efforts on older fleet management with a group of companies that shared a vision for the safe and environmentally progressive administration of the world’s airplane fleet.

What was created from these efforts was a non-profit organization called the Aircraft Recycling and Sustainment Association (ARSA), with the mission of enabling airlines to oversee their resigned aircraft in an environmentally responsible way whilst still allowing for older said aircraft to be used in their entirety.

Environmental protection is becoming increasingly important around the world. ARSA was formed in 2004 in response to operators’ desire for clear guidance on the most effective and efficient methods to retire their airplanes.


Frequent Customer Program.
To avail of our Frequent Customer Program, you must apply for a Scverian Aeronautics card. This replaces Ocline Airplanes loyalty program. Listed below are accounts available for said card.

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Application Form for Ocline Airplanes-Scverian Aeronautics card

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[b]SPECIAL REQUESTS:[/b]


Record of Ocline Airplanes-Scverian Aeronautics, INC. Card Holders:
  • Royal Kingtonian Airways (Kington Langley) = Presidents Account (PIN: 45593433)
  • Imperial Isles Airways (ViZion) = Diamond Account (PIN: 41683688)
  • MK Airlines (Mount Kip) = Gold Account (PIN: 40855804)
  • San Pellegrino Romana = Silver Account (PIN: 40295729)
  • Eastward Airways (ViZion) = Bronze Account (PIN: 44994499)
  • PolyAir (Polythinia) = Bronze Account (PIN: 43285225)
  • airSjandle (Schmiegelland) = Bronze Account (PIN: 56103)

Record of Ocline Sales

  • Tkdkidsx2 = $ 107,200,000,000 USD
  • Royal Kingtonian Airways (Kington Langley) = $ 59,050,050,000 USD
  • Imperial Isles Airways (ViZion) = $ 36,774,480,000 USD
  • Nazi Centauri = $ 15,969,000,000 USD
  • MK Airlines (Mount Kip) = $ 7,369,136,000 USD
  • 40295729 = $ 2,859,160,000 USD
  • New Prague Airways (-Bederich-) = $ 2,820,000,000 USD
  • Bluebird Airways (ViZion) = $ 2,700,000,000 USD
  • Luzon and Borneo = $ 1,466,400,000 USD
  • MeciFly (ViZion) = $ 1,440,000,000 USD
  • Eastward Airways (ViZion) = $ 1,008,000,000 USD
  • Bluebird Skyways (ViZion) = $ 825,000,000 USD
  • PolyAir (Polythinia) = $ 750,000,000 USD
  • Vitoriasa Air (Vitoriasa) = $ 360,000,000 USD
  • airSjandle (Schmiegelland) = $280,000,000 USD
  • Jack Limess (ViZion) = $ 250,000,000 USD
  • Redenko = $ 65,000,000 USD
  • The Georgian Emirates = $ 17,500,000 USD
  • Ontagar = $ 3,400,000 USD
  • --(Ocline, Pre-Merger)--
  • Imperial Isles Airways (1,770)
  • Eastward Airways (1,020)
  • National West Airways (400)
  • Bluebird Skyways (145)
  • Kohijo Intercontinental Air (50)
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PRODUCT GUIDE & ORDERING

Ocline has a long and storied history of incredible aircrafts, and that history continues today with a wide-ranging lineup from general aviation aircraft to military and large commercial jet aircrafts. Buying from Ocline, you can have full confidence in having the world's greatest aircrafts for your usage, backed by the best team for your servicing, training, and customer relations needs!

Ordering From Ocline

After perusing our product guide below, please allow us to assist you in placing your order! Please provide us, on corporate or national letterhead paper, your requested purchase.
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Commercial Jet Aircrafts


SAI 100 Family (Wide-body)
The “Golden Boy” of Ocline Airplanes, first, introduced in 1992 with the SAI 100-100 variant, it was one of the fastest jets around during the early 1990s. But, due to demands from the airline companies, SAI invented the SAI 100-100ER in 1994 and its first flight took place in 1995. This extended the range of the SAI 100 to heights before unseen by the SAI. Then, in 1997, a new aircraft was made from the SAI 100-100 to create the SAI 100-200, stretching the fuselage to accommodate more passengers. This was shortly followed by the SAI 100-200ER in 1998, the SAI 100-200LR (Long Range) in 2000 and finally, one of the newest aircraft variants of the SAI 100 Family, the SAI 100-300 in 2003. The SAI 100-300 nearly doubled the size of the SAI 100-100, accommodating more passengers. The latest variant of the -300 is the -300EF. This variant has a capability of transporting more passengers than the SAI 100-300 without sacrificing range.

Today, the SAI 100-500 and SAI 100-600 series have replaced the -200 and -300 series.

TOTAL PRODUCED: 242

SAI 100-400ER

Variants:
SAI 100-100: Original version of the SAI 100 Family.
SAI 100-100ER: Extended Range.
PRODUCTION ENDED
Dimensions:
Length: 209 ft 1 in (63.7 m)
Wingspan: 200 ft (60.96 m)00 lb (249,022 kg) (100ER: 670,000 lb; 303,906 kg)
Height: 61 ft 2 in (18.64 m)
Weight:
Empty weight: 310,000 lb (140,613 kg) (100ER: 319,000 lb; 144,695 kg)
Maximum take-off weight (MTOW): 549,0SAI 100-100: Original version of the SAI 100 Family.
Maximum landing weight (MLGW): 544,000 lb (246,754 kg) (100ER: 665,000 lb; 301,638 kg)
Performance:
Cruising speed: 486 knots (905 km/h)
Range: 5,235 nm (9,625 km) (100ER: 7,700 nm; 14,260 km)
Power Plants:
2x GE90-77B Turbofans (100ER: 2x GE90-90B Turbofans)
Capacity: *(customizable to these seating arrangements upon request)
2 Flight Crew (Pilot, Co-pilot)
8 Flight Attendants
*440 in an all-economy class
*400 in economy class; 20 in business class
*304 in economy class; 50 in business class; 12 first class


SAI 100-200: Stretched version of the SAI-100.
SAI 100-200ER: Extended Range.
SAI 100-200LR: Long range variant of the SAI-200 at the expense of passenger capacity.
PRODUCTION ENDED
Dimensions:
Length: 242 ft 4 in (73.9 m)
Wingspan: 200 ft (60.96 m) (200ER & 200LR: 212 ft 7 in; 64.8 m)
Height: 61 ft (18.59 m) (200ER: 61 ft 5 in; 18.7 m) (200LR: 61 ft 9 in; 18.8 m)
Weight:
Empty weight: 356,000 lb (161,478 kg) (200ER: 370,000 lb; 167,829 kg) (200LR: 330,000 lb; 149,685 kg)
Maximum take-off weight (MTOW): 663,000 lb (300,731 kg) (200ER: 780,000 lb; 353,802 kg) (200LR: 770,000 lb; 349,266 kg)
Maximum landing weight (MLGW): 658,000 lb (298,463 kg) (200ER: 775,000 lb; 351,534 kg) (200LR: 765,000 lb; 346,998 kg)
Performance:
Cruising speed: 486 knots (905 km/h)
Range: 6,015 nm (11,135 km) (200ER: 7,930 nm; 14,685 km) (200LR: 9,830 nm; 17,370 km)
Power Plants:
2x GE90-94B Turbofans (200ER: 2x GE90-115B Turbofans) (200LR: 2x GE90-110B1 Turbofans)
Capacity: *(customizable to these seating arrangements upon request)
2 Flight Crew (Pilot, Co-pilot)
8 Flight Attendants
*550 in economy class (200LR: 440 in economy class)
*451 in economy class; 50 in business class (200LR: 400 in economy class; 20 in business class)
*368 in economy class; 60 in business class; 16 in first class (200LR: 304 in economy class; 50 in business class; 12 in first class)

SAI 100-300: Most recent variant of the SAI 100. Stretched fuselage to accommodate additional passengers and range was extended. Major changes from the SAI 100-100 design.
SAI 100-300EF: This variant has an Extended Fuselage which creates space for more passengers to be transported. This is the heaviest of the SAI 100 Family.
PRODUCTION ENDED
Dimensions:
Length: 249 ft 5 in (76 m) (300EF: 250 ft 8 in; 76.4 m)
Wingspan: 220 ft (67 m) (300EF: 222 ft; 67.6 m)
Height: 62 ft 10 in (19.15 m) (300EF: 63 ft 5 in; 19.3 m)
Weight:
Empty weight: 465,000 lb (210,920 kg) (300EF: 470,000 lb; 213,188 kg)
Maximum take-off weight (MTOW): 955,000 lb (433,180 kg) (300EF: 960,000 lb; 435,448 kg)
Maximum landing weight (MLGW): 950,000 lb (430,912 kg) (300EF: 954,000 lb; 432,727 kg)
Performance:
Cruising speed: 495 knots (918 km/h)
Range: 10,000 nm (18,520 km)
Power Plants:
2x GEnx-2B67 Turbofans (300EF: 2x Rolls-Royce Trent 895)
Capacity: *(customizable to these seating arrangements upon request)
2 Flight Crew (Pilot, Co-pilot)
8 Flight Attendants
*530 in economy class (300EF: 550 in economy class)
*446 in economy class; 61 in business class (300EF: 460 in economy class; 65 in business class)
*398 in economy class; 82 in business class; 20 in first class (300EF: 400 in economy class; 90 in business class; 25 in first class)

SAI 100-400: Stretched version of the SAI-100. Replaces the aging 200 series.
SAI 100-400ER: Extended Range.
SAI 100-400LR: Long range variant of the SAI-200 at the expense of passenger capacity.
Unit Cost: Prices start at $ 240,000,000 USD (400)
Prices start at $ 270,000,000 USD (400ER)
Prices start at $ 320,000,000 USD (400LR)
Dimensions:
Length: 245 ft 4 in (74.8 m)
Wingspan: 201 ft 5 in (61.4 m) (400ER & 400LR: 213 ft 8 in; 65.1 m)
Height: 62 ft 2 in (18.9 m) (400ER: 63 ft 1 in; 19.2 m) (200LR: 64 ft 1 in; 19.5 m)
Weight:
Empty weight: 340,000 lb (154,221 kg) (400ER: 360,000 lb; 163,293 kg) (400LR: 310,000 lb; 140,614 kg)
Maximum take-off weight (MTOW): 655,000 lb (297,103 kg) (400ER: 770,000 lb; 349,266 kg) (400LR: 750,000 lb; 340,194 kg)
Performance:
Cruising speed: 492 knots (911 km/h)
Range: 6,200 nm (11,482 km) (400ER: 8,001 nm; 14,818 km) (400LR: 9,998 nm; 18,516 km)
Power Plants:
2x McFurze 8GT2-9B00 Turbofans (400ER: 2x McFurze 8GT2-9B50 Turbofans) (400LR: 2x McFurze 8GT2-9C10 Turbofans)
Capacity: *(customizable to these seating arrangements upon request)
2 Flight Crew (Pilot, Co-pilot)
8 Flight Attendants
*560 in economy class (400LR: 450 in economy class)
*461 in economy class; 48 in business class (400LR: 410 in economy class; 18 in business class)
*378 in economy class; 58 in business class; 18 in first class (400LR: 314 in economy class; 48 in business class; 14 in first class)

SAI 100-500: Most recent variant of the SAI 100. Stretched fuselage to accommodate additional passengers and range was extended. Major changes from the SAI 100-100 design.
SAI 100-500EF: This variant has an Extended Fuselage which creates space for more passengers to be transported. This is the heaviest of the SAI 100 Family.
Unit Cost: Prices start at $ 375,000,000 USD (500)
Prices start at $ 450,000,000 USD (500EF)
Dimensions:
Length: 253 ft 8 in (77.3 m) (500EF: 255 ft 5 in; 77.9 m)
Wingspan: 225 ft 2 in (68.6 m) (500EF: 227 ft; 68.2 m)
Height: 64 ft 7 in (19.7 m) (500EF: 65 ft 4 in; 19.9 m)
Weight:
Empty weight: 442,000 lb (200,487 kg) (500EF: 457,000 lb; 207,291 kg)
Maximum take-off weight (MTOW): 950,000 lb (430,913 kg) (500EF: 956,000 lb; 433,634 kg)
Performance:
Cruising speed: 499 knots (924 km/h)
Range: 10,850 nm (20,094 km)
Power Plants:
2x McFurze 5-0NX11-560 Turbofans (500EF: 2x McFurze 5-0NX12-700)
Capacity: *(customizable to these seating arrangements upon request)
2 Flight Crew (Pilot, Co-pilot)
8 Flight Attendants
*540 in economy class (500EF: 550 in economy class)
*456 in economy class; 59 in business class (500EF: 470 in economy class; 63 in business class)
*408 in economy class; 80 in business class; 22 in first class (500EF: 410 in economy class; 88 in business class; 27 in first class)


SAI 200 Family (Narrow-body)
The SAI 200 Family is a short to medium haul, narrow body aircraft. It is the counterpart to the SAI 100's long range and huge capacity. This family currently has 2 variants, the SAI 200-300, and the SAI 200-400.

TOTAL PRODUCED: 123

SAI 200-200

Variants:
SAI 200-100: Original version of the SAI 200 Family.
PRODUCTION ENDED
Dimensions:
Length: 102 ft 6 in (31.2 m)
Wingspan: 177 ft 5 in (35.7 m)
Height: 41 ft 3 in (12.6 m)
Weight:
Empty weight: 80,031 lb (36,378 kg)
Maximum take-off weight (MTOW): 145,500 lb (66,000 kg)
Maximum landing weight (MLGW): 123,000 lb (55,792 kg)
Performance:
Cruising speed: 447 knots (828 km/h)
Range: 3,050 nm (5,650 km)
Power Plants:
2x CFM International 56-7B20
Capacity: *(customizable to these seating arrangements upon request)
2 Flight Crew (Pilot, Co-pilot)
4 Flight Attendants
*130 in economy class
*90 in economy class; 10 in business class
*45 in economy class; 16 in business class; 6 in first class

SAI 200-200: Stretched version of the SAI 200-100. Stronger engines cause longer range to be reached.
PRODUCTION ENDED
Dimensions:
Length: 110 ft 4 in (33.6 m)
Wingspan: 117 ft 5 in (35.7 m)
Height: 41 ft 3 in (12.6 m)
Weight:
Empty weight: 84,100 lb (38,147 kg)
Maximum take-off weight (MTOW): 154,500 lb (70,080 kg)
Maximum landing weight (MLGW): 130,000 lb (58,967 kg)
Performance:
Cruising speed: 447 knots (828 km/h)
Range: 3,365 nm (6,232 km)
Power Plants:
2x CFM International 56-7B26
Capacity: *(customizable to these seating arrangements upon request)
2 Flight Crew (Pilot, Co-pilot)
4 Flight Attendants
*145 in economy class
*95 in economy class; 15 in business class
*50 in economy class; 18 in business class; 8 in first class

SAI 200-300: The new replacement for the 200-100 in the SAI 200 Family.
Unit Cost: Prices start at $ 89,000,000 USD
Dimensions:
Length: 102 ft 9 in (31.3 m)
Wingspan: 177 ft 9 in (54.2 m)
Height: 41 ft 11 in (12.8 m)
Weight:
Empty weight: 80,857 lb (36,676 kg)
Maximum take-off weight (MTOW): 144,000 lb (65,317 kg)
Performance:
Cruising speed: 452 knots (837 km/h)
Range: 3,370 nm (6,241 km)
Power Plants:
2x McFurze 4MR8-2A100 Turbofans
Capacity: *(customizable to these seating arrangements upon request)
2 Flight Crew (Pilot, Co-pilot)
4 Flight Attendants
*134 in economy class
*92 in economy class; 10 in business class
*46 in economy class; 18 in business class; 6 in first class

SAI 200-400: Stretched version of the SAI 200-300. Stronger engines cause longer range to be reached.
Unit Cost: Prices start at $ 99,000,000 USD
Dimensions:
Length: 112 ft 2 in (34.2 m)
Wingspan: 118 ft 6 in (36.1 m)
Height: 42 ft 0 in (12.8 m)
Weight:
Empty weight: 85,400 lb (38,737 kg)
Maximum take-off weight (MTOW): 153,100 lb (69,445 kg)
Performance:
Cruising speed: 455 knots (842 km/h)
Range: 3,800 nm (7,038 km)
Power Plants:
2x McFurze 4MR9-5B800 Turbofans
Capacity: *(customizable to these seating arrangements upon request)
2 Flight Crew (Pilot, Co-pilot)
4 Flight Attendants
*150 in economy class
*98 in economy class; 16 in business class
*54 in economy class; 18 in business class; 8 in first class


SAI 300 Family (Wide-body; Double-decker)
The largest member of the SAI Commercial Jets, the SAI 300 series jet is the largest aircraft ever made by SAI. The SAI 300 Family is a wide-body airliner, capable of intercontinental or inter-Atlantic routes and has two decks. There are currently two variants, the original 300-100 as well as the newer, larger 300-200.

TOTAL PRODUCED: 22

SAI 300-100

SAI 300-100: Original variant of the SAI 300 Family.
Unit Cost: Prices start at $ 360,000,000 USD
Dimensions:
Length: 260 ft 10 in (79.5 m)
Wingspan: 200 ft 8 in (61.1 m)
Height: 63 ft 5 in (19.3 m)
Weight:
Empty weight: 420,000 lb (190,508 kg)
Maximum take-off weight (MTOW): 850,000 lb (385,553 kg)
Maximum landing weight (MLGW): 845,000 lb (383,285 kg)
Performance:
Cruising speed: 490 knots (907 km/h)
Range: 7,500 nm (13,890 km)
Power Plants:
2x General Electric CF6-80E1 turbofans
Capacity: *(customizable to these seating arrangements upon request)
2 Flight Crew (Pilot, Co-pilot)
10 Flight Attendants
*585 in economy class
*500 in economy class; 70 in business class
*420 in economy class; 80 in business class; 30 in first class


SAI 300-200

SAI 300-200: Newer, larger variant of the SAI 300 Family.
Unit Cost: Prices start at $ 400,000,000 USD
Dimensions:
Length: 282 ft 5 in (86.1 m)
Wingspan: 207 ft 2 in (63.1 m)
Height: 63 ft 5 in (19.3 m)
Weight:
Empty weight: 460,000 lb (208,652 kg)
Maximum take-off weight (MTOW): 920,000 lb (417,305 kg)
Maximum landing weight (MLGW): 910,000 lb (412,769 kg)
Performance:
Cruising speed: 487 knots (902 km/h)
Range: 8,300 nm (15,371.6 km)
Power Plants:
2x Willis-Bradley 1000B turbofans
Capacity: *(customizable to these seating arrangements upon request)
2 Flight Crew (Pilot, Co-pilot)
10 Flight Attendants
*614 in economy class
*520 in economy class; 84 in business class
*450 in economy class; 90 in business class; 38 in first class


Ocline B45
Seating: 30-34
Aisles: One
Classes: One
Engines: (2x) Planker GFD-2296BK (7,000 lbs of thrust)
Range: 2,400 miles
Length: 70 ft, 1 in
Wing Span: 68 ft, 7 in
Height: 24 ft, 0 in
Max Takeoff Weight: 34,700 lbs
Cruising Speed: Mach .65
Cost: $7 million


Ocline 100-2
Seating: 98-120
Aisles: One
Classes: One or Two
Engines: (2x) Willis-Bradley 400C (20,000 lbs of thrust)
Range: 3,300 miles
Length: 118 ft, 4 in
Wing Span: 92 ft, 3 in
Height: 29 ft, 7 in
Max Takeoff Weight: 108,000 lbs
Cruising Speed: Mach .77
Cost: $14 million


Ocline 100-3
Seating: 104-128
Aisles: One
Classes: One or Two
Engines: (2x) Willis-Bradley 400C2 (21,000 lbs of thrust)
Range: 3,600 miles
Length: 123 ft, 9 in
Wing Span: 93 ft, 1 in
Height: 30 ft, 1 in
Max Takeoff Weight: 113,000 lbs
Cruising Speed: Mach .78
Cost: $16.5 million


Ocline 300-6
Seating: 110-138
Aisles: One
Classes: One or Two
Engines: (2x) Willis-Bradley 500B2 (28,000 lbs of thrust)
Range: 3,900 miles
Length: 135 ft, 2 in
Wing Span: 97 ft, 2 in
Height: 32 ft, 0 in
Max Takeoff Weight: 130,000 lbs
Cruising Speed: Mach .78
Cost: $20 million


Ocline 300-7L
Seating: 140-188
Aisles: One
Classes: One or Two
Engines: (2x) Willis-Bradley 600C (31,000 lbs of thrust)
Range: 4,300 miles
Length: 135 ft, 2 in
Wing Span: 97 ft, 2 in
Height: 32 ft, 0 in
Max Takeoff Weight: 142,000 lbs
Cruising Speed: Mach .80
Cost: $25 million


Ocline 500-3
Seating: 200-248
Aisles: One
Classes: Two or Three
Engines: (2x) Willis-Bradley 600C (41,000 lbs of thrust)
Range: 4,400 miles
Length: 176 ft, 7 in
Wing Span: 127 ft, 5 in
Height: 46 ft, 2 in
Max Takeoff Weight: 235,000 lbs
Cruising Speed: Mach .81
Cost: $32 million


Ocline 700-3
Seating: 280-378
Aisles: Two
Classes: Two or Three
Engines: (2x) Willis-Bradley 700A (63,000 lbs of thrust)
Range: 4,700 miles
Length: 199 ft, 9 in
Wing Span: 170 ft, 3 in
Height: 54 ft, 3 in
Max Takeoff Weight: 455,000 lbs
Cruising Speed: Mach .82
Cost: $44 million


Ocline 1000-2
The Ocline 1000-2 is a very popular jumbo-jet with a forward-half second level ideal for a lounge or first-class seating. While not the most popular offering, those who are seeking a long-range aircraft but do not need something quite the size of a full two-deck aircraft love these reliable, efficient aircrafts.
Seating: 380-540
Aisles: Two
Classes: Two or Three
Engines: (4x) Willis-Bradley 800A (85,000 lbs of thrust)
Range: 5,500 miles
Length: 245 ft, 3 in
Wing Span: 211 ft, 6 in
Height: 61 ft, 0 in
Max Takeoff Weight: 765,000 lbs
Cruising Speed: Mach .83
Cost: $57 million


General Aviation (Turbo-prop)


SAI 50/100
The SAI 50 was the first General Aviation aircraft built by the SAI, introducing it in 1997. Due to huge demands for the SAI 50, the SAI introduced its “brother”, the SAI 100 in 2002. These two aircraft variants can be used for reconnaissance missions, as a multi-role aircraft, trainer aircraft or as personal aircraft.

TOTAL PRODUCED: 2

SAI 50
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Variants:
SAI 50: Original version of the SAI 50/100. It can accommodate 3 passengers + the pilot. Licensed to have only 1 pilot.
Unit Cost: Prices start at $ 800,000 USD
Dimensions:
Length: 25 ft 2 in (7.67 m)
Wingspan: 36 ft 1 in (11 m)
Height: 9 ft (2.74 m)
Weight:
Empty weight: 2,300 lb (1,000 kg)
Maximum take-off weight (MTOW): 3,400 lb (1,500 kg)
Maximum landing weight (MLGW): 3,350 lb (1,520 kg)
Performance:
Cruising speed: 156 knots (290 km/h)
Range: 1,300 nm (2,038 km)
Power Plants:
1x Teledyne Continental Motors (TCM) IO-550-N flat-6 engine
Capacity:
1 pilot
3 passengers

SAI 100: Much larger and more efficient version of the SAI 50. Adds 1 passenger. Licensed to have only 1 pilot.
Unit Cost: Prices start at $ 1,000,000 USD
Dimensions:
Length: 26 ft 4 in (8 m)
Wingspan: 36 ft 6 in (11.12 m)
Height: 9 ft 4 in (2.84 m)
Weight:
Empty weight: 3,000 lb (1,360 kg)
Maximum take-off weight (MTOW): 4,500 lb (2,041 kg)
Maximum landing weight (MLGW): 4,400 lb (1,996 kg)
Performance:
Cruising speed: 235 knots (435 km/h)
Range: 1,300 nm (2,038 km)
Power Plants:
1x Teledyne Continental Motors (TCM) TSIO-550-E flat-6 engine
Capacity:
1 pilot
4 passengers


Corporate Jets


SAI Pearl 1000
The SAI Pearl 1000 is the first business jet of the SAI. First introduced in 2000, it is the most luxurious of all the jets in the SAI Jet Family. This is set to be replaced by a new SAI Pearl 1000 as engineering is currently being worked on.

TOTAL PRODUCED: 3


SAI Pearl 1000
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Variants:
SAI Pearl 1000: Only variant of the SAI Pearl. It is capable of seating 13 passengers with 2 pilots and a flight attendant jumpseat at the rear of the plane bringing the total of the people on board capacity to 16.
Unit cost: Prices start at $ 65,000,000 USD
Dimensions:
Length: 86 ft 5 in (26.33 m)
Wingspan: 68 ft 11 in (21.17 m)
Height: 22 ft 2 in (6.76 m)
Weight:
Empty weight: 30,000 lb (16,000 kg)
Maximum take-off weight (MTOW): 49,604 lb (22,500 kg)
Maximum landing weight (MLGW): 47,000 lb (21,319 kg)
Performance:
Cruising speed: 413 knots (764 km/h)
Range: 3,250 nm (6,060 km)
Power Plants:
2x Rolls-Royce AE 3007/A1P turbofans
Capacity: *(may remove seat upon request)
2 Flight Crew (1 pilot, 1 co-pilot)
*1 flight attendant (optional)
13 passengers



SAI Ruby 2000
The SAI Ruby 2000 was developed from the SAI Pearl 1000 but the lengthening of the cabin and fuselage increases passenger capacity to 19 + 1 flight attendant (optional) + 2 flight crew.

TOTAL PRODUCED: 6


SAI Ruby 2000
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Variants:
SAI Ruby 2000: Only variant of the SAI Ruby. Developed from the SAI Pearl 1000, it increased the passenger capacity to 19 with the 2 pilots and an optional flight attendant jumpseat, bringing the total to 22.
Unit cost: Prices start at $ 72,000,000 USD
Dimensions:
Length: 118 ft 11 in (36.24 m)
Wingspan: 94 ft 3 in (21.17 m)
Height: 34 ft 7 in (10.28 m)
Weight:
Empty weight: 61,906 lb (28,080 kg)
Maximum take-off weight (MTOW): 121,252 lb (55,000 kg)
Maximum landing weight (MLGW): 120,000 lb (54,431 kg)
Performance:
Cruising speed: 445 knots (824 km/h)
Range: 4,500 nm (8,344 km)
Power Plants:
2x GE CF34-10E Turbofans
Capacity: *(may remove upon request)
2 Flight Crew (1 pilot, 1 co-pilot)
*1 Flight attendant (optional)
19 passengers


Cargo Aircraft


SAI 100F
The SAI 100F included features from the SAI 100-200 and 200ER. This aircraft is the cargo version of the SAI 100 Family. Instead of a passenger cabin, the entire fuselage was converted to a cargo hold. Introduced in 2004.

TOTAL PRODUCED: 325

SAI 100F
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Variants:
SAI 100F: The only variant of the cargo plane, SAI 100F, it is the counter-part of the SAI 100-200, this time in Freighter version.
Unit cost: Prices start at $ 230,000,000 USD
Dimensions:
Length: 209 ft 1 in (63.7 m)
Wingspan: 212 ft 7 in (64.8 m)
Height: 61 ft 1 in (18.6 m)
Weight:
Empty weight: 326,000 lb (148,181 kg)
Maximum take-off weight (MTOW): 766,000 lb (347,450 kg)
Maximum landing weight (MLGW): 763,000 lb (346,091 kg)
Performance:
Cruising speed: 490 knots (905 km/h)
Range: 4,885 nm (9,045 km)
Power Plants:
2x GE90-110B1
Capacity: (CARGO)
22,455 ft 3 (636 m 3) = 37 pallets


Helicopters


SAI 12 Twin Rotor
The SAI 12 Twin Rotor was the first helicopter made by the SAI. First introduced in 2006, it now has two variants the SAI 12 Twin Rotor and the SAI 12X Heli Fighter (2008). The main difference being the usage, the SAI 12 is a utility helicopter or can be multi-purpose helicopter while the SAI 12X is a military helicopter with reinforced steel skeleton and stronger metal frame, with built-in machine-guns and rocket launcher.

TOTAL PRODUCED: 12

SAI 12X Heli Fighter
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SAI 12 Twin Rotor (civilian)
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Variants:
SAI 12 Twin Rotor: Civilian version of the SAI 12 Twin Rotor with a passenger capacity of 14 plus 2 pilots.
SAI 12X Heli Fighter: Military version of the SAI 12 Twin Rotor. Built-in machine guns and rocket launcher. Able to carry 2 pilots plus 10 soldiers.
Unit cost: Prices start at $ 1,700,000 USD (12 Twin Rotor)
Prices start at $ 2,500,000 USD (12X Heli Fighter)
Dimensions:
Length: 57 ft 1 in (17.4 m)
Rotor Diameter: 48 ft (14.64 m)
Height: 12 ft 7 in (3.9 m)
Weight:
Empty weight: 6,529 lb (2,961 kg) (12X: 6,700 lb; 3,039 kg)
Maximum take-off weight (MTOW): 11,200 lb (5,080 kg) (12X: 12,000 lb; 5,443 kg)
Performance:
Cruising speed: 100 knots (186 km/h) (12X: 110 knots; 204 km/h)
Range: 237 nm (439 km) (12X: 300 nm; 556 km)
Power Plants:
1x Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6T-3B Turboshaft (12X: 1x Pratt & Whitney Canada T400-C-400 Turboshaft)
Capacity:
2 Flight Crew (1 pilot, 1 co-pilot)
14 passengers
FOR MILITARY VARIANT:
2 Flight Crew (1 pilot, 1 co-pilot)
10 soldiers
2x M197 Gatling guns (1 on each side)
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1x GROM rocket launcher (detachable)

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Military Aircraft


SAI JF-101
First jet fighter made by the SAI, it is a fifth generation jet fighter, and uses stealth technology. First variant ever released is the SAI JF-101A. This jet fighter is designed for air superiority, taking control of enemy airspace, yet it can be used to attack ground targets and electronic warfare. It also, has been designed to reach the lower stratosphere (20-30 km above the earth) without oxygen depletion for the pilot.

TOTAL PRODUCED: 110


SAI JF-101A
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Variants:
SAI JF-101A: First variant of the SAI JF-101. The frame is made from thin aluminum and steel alloys to keep maneuverability easy but still reinforced with titanium alloys to keep its metal frame strong.
Unit cost: Prices start at $ 135,000,000 USD
Dimensions:
Length: 62 ft 1 in (18.9 m)
Wingspan: 44 ft 7 in (13.58 m)
Height: 16 ft 8 in (5.08 m)
Weight:
Empty weight: 44,000 lb (19,958 kg)
Maximum take-off weight (MTOW): 84,000 lb (38,102 kg)
Maximum landing weight (MLGW): 80,000 lb (36,287 kg)
Performance:
Cruise speed: 1,060 knots (1,963 km/h)
Range: 1,600 nm (2,960 km)
Power Plants:
2x Pratt & Whitney F119-PW-100 Pitch Thrust vectoring turbofans
Armaments:
Guns:
2x XM214 Six-pack
Air to Air:
6x AIM-120 AMRAAM
2x AIM-9 Sidewinder
Air to Ground:
2x AIM-120 AMRAAM
2x AIM-9 Sidewinder (self-protection)
AND any of the following:
2x 1,000 lb (450 kg) JDAM or
8x 250 lb (110 kg) GBU-39 Small Diameter Bombs
Capacity:
1 pilot
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