AT-802A

Big Payload. Big Productivity.

The AT-802/802A is the world's largest single engine aircraft, and its popularity reflects the industry's trend to larger, high-production turbine equipment. With a payload of 9,249 lbs, the AT-802A provides more working capacity than any other single-engine ag plane. Its power, speed and payload delivers large operation efficiencies and opens up new income opportunities.

Specifications
Engine Type: P&W PT6A-65AG
Engine S.H.P.: 1,295 @ 1,700 RPM
Propeller: Hartzell HC-B5MP-3F/M11276NS
Take-Off Weight: 16,000 lbs. (7 257 kg)
Landing Weight: 16,000 lbs. (7 257 kg)
Empty Wt. w/Spray Equip.: 6,751 lbs. (3 062 kg)
Useful Load: 9,249 lbs. (4 195 kg)
Hopper Capacity: 800 U.S. gal. (3 028 L)
Fuel Capacity: 254 U.S. gal. (961 L)
Wing Span: 59.2 ft. (18,04 m)
Wing Area: 401 sq. ft. (37,29 m2)
Main Wheel Size: 11.00-12
Tail Wheel Size: 17.5 6.25-6
Performance
Cruise Speed: 191 mph (307 kph)
Working Speed (Typical): 130-160 mph (209-257 kph)
Range, Economy Cruise at 8,000 ft.: 610 mi (982 km)
Stall Speed, Flaps Up: 107 mph (172 kph) at 16,000 lbs (7 257 kg)
Stall Speed, Flaps Down: 91 mph (146 kph) at 16,000 lbs (7 257 kg)
Stall Speed as Usually Landed: 63 mph (101 kph)
Rate of Climb: 780 fpm (237 mpm) at 16,000 lbs (7 257 kg)
Take-Off Distance: 2,000 ft (610 m) at 16,000 lbs (7 257 kg)