Registration / Serial:ZS-BDZ
Other Marks:WFP
Aircraft Original Type:Pacific Aerospace P-750XSTOL (750XL)
Aircraft Generic Type:Pacific Aerospace P-750XSTOL (750XL)
Aircraft Version:Pacific Aerospace P-750XSTOL (750XL)
C/n (msn):133
Operator / Titles:United Nations Humanitarian Air Service / Naturelink
City / Airport:Abeche (FTTC / AEH)Map
Country:Chad
Photo Date:26 August 2008
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Photo ID:182091Submit Correction
View count: 52
The PAC750 is a weird looking aircraft type. The New Zealand built aircraft made its first flight in 2001 and up to date (2019) it is still in production. Some 200 have been built so far. The P-750 has a relatively high power-to-weight ratio, so its an ideal airframe for paradrops, but also for humanitarian operations in hot environments.
Registration / Serial:ZS-BDZ
Aircraft Version:Pacific Aerospace P-750XSTOL (750XL)
C/n (msn):133
Operator / Titles:United Nations Humanitarian Air Service / Naturelink
City / Airport:Abeche (FTTC / AEH)
Photo Date:26 August 2008
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Registration / Serial:ZS-BDZ
Other Marks:WFP
Aircraft Original Type:Pacific Aerospace P-750XSTOL (750XL)
Aircraft Generic Type:Pacific Aerospace P-750XSTOL (750XL)
Aircraft Version:Pacific Aerospace P-750XSTOL (750XL)
C/n (msn):133
Operator / Titles:United Nations Humanitarian Air Service / Naturelink
City / Airport:Abeche (FTTC / AEH)Map
Country:Chad
Photo Date:26 August 2008
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Photo ID:182091Submit Correction
View count: 52
The PAC750 is a weird looking aircraft type. The New Zealand built aircraft made its first flight in 2001 and up to date (2019) it is still in production. Some 200 have been built so far. The P-750 has a relatively high power-to-weight ratio, so its an ideal airframe for paradrops, but also for humanitarian operations in hot environments.
Registration / Serial:ZS-BDZ
Aircraft Version:Pacific Aerospace P-750XSTOL (750XL)
C/n (msn):133
Operator / Titles:United Nations Humanitarian Air Service / Naturelink
City / Airport:Abeche (FTTC / AEH)
Photo Date:26 August 2008
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact