The Cessna 400, also known as the Cessna TTx, is a civil personal transportation aircraft that was manufactured by Columbia Aircraft and Cessna over the years between 2004 and 2018. The Cessna 400 was initially the Columbia 400 while it was manufactured by Columbia Aircraft. In 2009, however, Columbia Aircraft was acquired by Cessna, and the Columbia 400 was renamed the Cessna 400 later in 2013. The Cessna 400 was modeled from the Columbia 300, bringing a Garmin G1000 glass cockpit alongside other system and structural improvements. For optional systems, the Cessna 400 may be outfitted with an ice protection system and wing speedbrakes.


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If you have been searching for parts and components for the Cessna 350 Corvalis, ASAP Semiconductor is your one-stop-shop. The Cessna 350 Corvalis, originally known as the Columbia 350 under Columbia Aircraft, is a personal aircraft that was manufactured over the years between 2000 and 2010. The Cessna 350 actually serves as a variant of the Columbia 300, and with it came a more powerful power plant, Garmin G1000 glass cockpit, and more. While the aircraft was originally only called the Cessna 350, Cessna later gave the Corvalis marketing name in 2009 in reference to the town of Corvallis, Oregon which was located near the Cessna plant where the aircraft was produced.


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The Boom XB-1 Baby Boom is a supersonic technology demonstrator aircraft that is under the development of Boom Technology. As a technology demonstrator, the XB-1 is a one-third-scale prototype of the Boom Overture supersonic transport airliner that is also currently under development. For the XB-1, Boom Technology claims that the aircraft will be capable of sustaining Mach 2.2 speeds for a travel range of 1,000 nautical miles. To achieve this, the XB-1 is to utilize three 4,300 pound-force General Electric CJ610s for its engine configuration. Currently, the XB-1 Baby Boom is slated to have its first flight in 2020.


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The Bombardier CSeries CS100, now called the A220-100, is a narrow-body jet airliner that was designed by Bombardier Aerospace and is currently under production by the manufacturer Airbus Canada Limited Partnership. Airbus Canada Limited Partnership is a joint venture, composed of the aircraft manufacturer Airbus and investment company Investissement Québec. Since 2012, around 113 units have been produced and are under the service of entities such as Korean Air, Swiss International Air Lines, and Delta Air Lines. While development of the CSeries aircraft began in the early 2000’s to compete with other airline models, the rights to the aircraft were sold to Airbus in 2016 with the financial help of Investissement Québec.


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At ASAP Semiconductor, we can help you source the Boeing C-17 Globemaster III parts and components that you need with ease. The C-17 Globemaster III is a strategic and tactical airlift that was designed and manufactured by McDonnel Douglas and later Boeing after their 1997 merger. Produced over the years between 1991 and 2015, over 270 units of the C-17 Globemaster III have been built and are currently under the service of entities such as the United States Air Force, Indian Air Force, Royal Air Force, and other operators. The C-17 Globemaster III came about as a new aircraft development based off of the McDonnell Douglas YC-15. As compared to the YC-15, the Globemaster III features increased size, swept wings, and improved engines.


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The Sikorsky X2 is an experimental compound helicopter, designed and developed by Sikorsky Aircraft. The project began as a gathering of designs from various predecessor projects, aiming at achieving a high speed coaxial helicopter. In 2008, the X2 conducted its maiden flight, operating at Schweizer Aircraft’s New York facility. By 2009, the rotorcraft had achieved a fully engaged propeller flight, and phase three of testing was later finished in 2010. After conducting over 22 hours of flight across 23 test flights, the X2 was retired. Since then, the prototype has been developed into the Sikorsky S-97 Raider which serves as a high-speed scout and attack helicopter.


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The Airbus A330 Corporate Jet is a heavy business jet that is currently priced at a high $ 214 million U.S. dollars. Touted as the “Dated Corporate Jet at a Price” many had considered this corporate jet to be a financial steal as the size and speed was not considered to be consistent with the price. Over time the price did grow, but upon its initial release the price was well below a million. 


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The F-18 Super Hornet is a twin-engine, carrier-capable, multirole fighter aircraft designed and manufactured by McDonnell Douglas. It has been in production since 1995 and has a base price of 66.9 million dollars USD. The Super Hornet has an internal 20mm M61 rotary cannon and can carry a variety of air-to-air and air-to-surface weapons such as missiles, rockets, bombs, and more. Supplemental fuel can be carried in up to five external fuel tanks and the aircraft can be configured as an airborne tanker through the addition of an external air refueling system. The Super Hornet entered US Navy fleet service in 1999 when it replaced the Grumman F-14 Tomcat. In addition to the US Navy, the F-18 Super Hornet is used by the Royal Australian Air Force.


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The F-15E Strike Eagle is a military jet designed and manufactured by McDonnell Douglas (now Boeing). It has been in production since 1988 and has a base price of 36 million dollars USD. The Strike Eagle is an all-weather multirole strike fighter developed from the F-15 Eagle. It was designed for long-range, high-speed interdiction without relying on escort or electronic warfare aircraft. The F-15E Strike Eagle is distinguishable from other Eagle variants by its darker camouflage, conformal fuel tanks, and tandem-seat cockpit. The aircraft has been deployed for military operation in Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Libya, and elsewhere. It has performed missions such as deep strikes against high-value targets and combat air patrols as well as providing close air support for coalition troops.


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While private jets have long been associated with wealthy, glamorous, high-society types, the truth is you don’t need to be a millionaire to fly private. As long as you know what aircraft is best suited to your travel needs, a private jet charter can be as cost-effective as it is convenient. Private jet aircraft can be broken up into six basic types. This blog will explain each type and what sets it apart from the others.


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