See the New Cirrus G5 at AeroExpo UK
AeroExpo UK is pleased to announce the continued support from Cirrus Aircraft UK Ltd to the ever-growing exhibitor line-up at AeroExpo – Sywell Aerodrome from 31 May – 2 June, 2013.
Cirrus Aircraft UK Ltd will be displaying the new Cirrus Aircraft G-5 during the AeroExpo UK event.
About Cirrus Aircraft UK Ltd
Cirrus Aircraft UK Ltd are the exclusive UK dealers for Cirrus Aircraft. Based in new premises at Sywell Aerodrome, Cirrus Aircraft UK Ltd has a dedicated, motivated and enthusiastic team with many years of experience in flying, maintenance, aircraft sales and all aspects of aircraft sales management.
Their goal is to become the industry standard for aircraft sales by offering the level of personal service and customer care synonymous with Cirrus.
The central UK location is ideal and easy to access for anyone wishing to see and evaluate the new range of Cirrus aircraft.
The changes for 2013 make the SR22 and SR22T the highest in-class useful load aircraft available today. A standard SR22 not only achieves true four-seat airplane that can carry four people and full fuel.
Generation 5 is the name given to the airframe change required to achieve the step-change improvement for the 2013 SR22/SR22T. The entire aircraft design was analyzed from spinner-to-tail and many parts and systems reengineered and redesigned to accommodate the increased airframe load, aerodynamic improvements, improved flight performance and the Cirrus Airframe Parachute System(TM) (CAPS.) Substantial testing, including a new series of CAPS parachute test drops, was conducted for validation. Significant changes for 2013 have been made to the CAPS system including an increased canopy size, a new rocket extraction system that propels the parachute upon activation, an advanced technology electrical rocket igniter and lighter and stronger construction materials. Other airframe upgrades included strengthening the carbon fiber, single part wing spar, the landing gear and a new flap system allowing extension to the first position at 150 knots.