Stylish elegance. Easy Operation.
Faster. Lighter. Unprecedented performance.
You want to continue flying where single engine pilots have no more option? Then the DA42-VI is your first choice! Built out of light-weight, strong glass and carbon fiber and powered by two Austro Engine top-of-the-line 168 hp AE300 turbo diesel engines the successor of the DA42 NG combines all the advantages you love in the NG with even better performance and comfort.
Well-designed with new accents such as improved surface, revised cowling and nacelle and a new propeller, this aircraft was built to exceed your expectations.
The most important performance and weight improvements at a glance for a typical aircraft configuration compared to the DA42 NG:
|Max. cruise speed (at MCP)||197 kts (365 km/h) TAS||177 kts (328 km/h) TAS|
||3,109 lbs (1,410 kg)||3,153 lbs (1,430 kg)|
|Take-off ground roll (ISA SL)
||1,083 ft (330 m)
||1,444 ft (440 m)|
|Rate of climb (ISA SL)
|| 1,400 fpm (7.1 m/s)
||1,090 fpm (5.5 m/s)|
Go where singles fear to tread
Imagine this: It’s dark. You’re in the mountains. You’re picking up ice. Your intended destination just closed. It’s times like this that you’re grateful to have the added security of a second engine, flight into known icing certification and incredible endurance. All critical safety features when turning back is not an option. The peace of mind that comes with the Gamin G1000 glass cockpit, GFC700 autopilot, EECU controlled turbo-diesel engines, and a tough composite airframe, is just part of a long list of standard features.
Don’t worry about high cost maintenance, fuelling and single engine operations:
Our DA42-VI equipped with Jet fuel engines offer you extreme fuel efficiency (consumption at 60% 10.4 US gal/hr), take you further (range at 60% 1,200 nm), are fuelled with lower priced Jet-A1 (average relation from Jet-A1 to Avgas 1:2) and have tremendously lower maintenance expenses than conventional gasoline engines.
With traditional twins, single-engine operations were their Achilles heel. Feathering an engine in the ultra-modern DA42-VI is as easy as flipping a switch, and restarting it after a simulated shut down is just as simple. With a single-engine ceiling of 18,000 feet and a positive rate of climb with one engine inoperative, the aircraft is supreme on the performance front, too.
Advanced avionics and all weather capability at day and night
The capable Garmin G1000 cockpit makes flight planning and plan changes in the air less challenging.
A dual-alternator, dual battery system provides you with the confidence that your avionics will be there when you need them. The anti-static primer combined with static wicks ensures crisp reception especially in precipitation when you need it most.
Your DA42-VI is also certified for IFR (Instrumental Flight Rules), VFR (Visual Flight Rules) and Night VFR.
A proven TKS ice protection system helps the DA42-VI to withstand flight into known icing conditions. Wings, tail, propellers and windshield are protected with TKS fluid, systems are redundant and rigorous flight tests have demonstrated the ability of the DA42-VI to withstand icing long enough to get you back to safety.
Built to be the ultimate trainer aircraft
You are preparing your students to be the best airline pilots? The DA42-VI is the finest choice you can take for multi-engine rating. You’ll be in good company, many leading flight schools, make the DA42 a key plane in their training fleets because it offers students a training experience that helps with a transition to the regional jets. Jet-like thrust control, advanced Garmin G1000 glass cockpit, and an ability to fly approaches and procedures in conditions similar to those encountered by light jets and turbo-props, means you can get ready for that day when you become an airliner pilot.
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|Length||8.56 m||8.56 m|
|Height||2.49 m||8 ft 2 in|
|Wing span||13.55 m||44 ft 4 in|
|Empty weight *)||1,410 kg||3,109 lbs|
|MTOM||1,999 kg||4,407 lbs|
|Payload *)||590 kg||1,301 lbs|
|Fuel capacity (standard-/long range tank)||189 lt / 289 lt||50 US gal / 76.4 US gal|
|Consumption at 60%||39.4 lt / h||10.4 US gal / h|
|Max. Speed||365 km / h TAS||197 kts TAS|
|Max. Operating Altitude||5,486 m||18,000 ft|
*) Specifications apply to standard equipped aircraft (with DME, TAS, WX500, AUX, TKS, standard light weight interior without adjustable seats),
if not otherwise stated. The above data are approximately specifications and may change without notice.