The MA60 is an advanced 50-60 seat class regional turboprop aircraft. Characterized by remarkable passenger comfort, operational adaptability and low operating cost the MA60 is suitable for frequent short and medium-haul commuter operations as well as multi-role applications. The MA60 can meet the increasingly demanding needs of modern transport and offer operators with the greatest operating benefits.
The MA60's high operational adaptability in terms of cruise speed, range, airfield adaptability, "hot and high" performance, STOL performance and the capability of all-weather operations makes it an ideal regional turboprop aircraft.
The cabin has been designed in full consideration with passenger comfort. The spacious cabin and comfortable environment make the passenger comfort comparable to jet airliners.
Low operating cost is one of the highest priorities in MA60's design. The MA60 has the lowest DOC in its class thanks to its competitive price, high reliability and dispatch rate as well as less maintenance cost.
Good airfield adaptability
The MA60 is designed to be able to take-off and land on those unpaved or semi-prepared airfields such as soil, grass or grave surface. This feature makes the aircraft ideal to fly not only to hubs but also to remote area.
The MA60 can take-off and land on short runways.
"Hot and high" capability
The aircraft is of good "hot and high" performance. Powered by PW-127J engines, it can take-off with more payloads in hot climate at high elevation.
Thanks to its long range, the MA60 can offer good multi-hop operations and charter capability.
All-weather operation capability
The MA60 is able to adapt to extreme weather environments such as icing condition.
The MA60 is designed to offer a good flying platform for multi-role operations such as executive transport, cargo transport, maritime surveillance, troop transport and parachuting, air ambulance and other special missions.
Spacious cabin The widest cabin cross-section in its class - 8 ft 10.3 in. (2.7m) Generous baggage space Large overhead bins, front and rear cargo compartments Elegant interior Carefully designed interior and seats with unique style Comfortable environment Quiet and easy temperature control
The MA60 is powered by two Pratt & Whitney PW-127J turboprop engines rated at 2880 eshp each. The proven PW 127 series of engine have accumulated millions of flight hours in worldwide regional airline service.
• Large power and low weight
1) Available to 34.9oC (94.9oF) at 1200 NP.