TTSN: 3,751 hours
TLSN: 1,532 landings
Time/Landings as of 01 February 2018
Type: Rolls‐Royce BR700‐710A2‐20
Plan: Rolls‐Royce CorporateCare®
#1 (Left) #2 (Right)
Serial Number: 12669 12668
TTSN: 3,751 hours 3,751 hours
TCSN: 1,532 cycles 1,532 cycles
MID/OVHL Intervals: On Condition On Condition
Times/Cycles as of 25 January 2018
Type: Honeywell RE‐220[GX]
Serial Number: P‐404
TTSN: 3,246 hours
TSSN: 3,087 starts
HSI Interval: On Condition
Time/Starts as of 01 January 2018
Max Ramp: 99,750 lbs.
Max Takeoff: 99,500 lbs.
Max Landing: 78,600 lbs.
Empty Weight: 51,021 lbs.
Usable Fuel: 45,050 lbs.
Computer Maintenance Tracking Program: CAMP
Inspection Program: CFR Title 14, Part 91.409(f)(3)
3,000 Hour Check c/w @ 2,953.9 hours
1,500/2,250/4,500 Hour Checks due @ 4,500 hours
15/30/60/120 Month Checks due April 27, 2019
Landing Gear Detailed Inspection due April, 2019
Major SBs, STCs, and Modifications Incorporated:
SB700‐11‐020 Rev. 1 – Increased Maximum Take‐off Weight to 99,500 lbs.
SB700‐23‐037 Rev. 1 – Upgrade the CVR System to Store Datalink Messages
SB700‐24‐083 – Replacement of the Variable Frequency Generator
SB700‐27‐059 – Modifications to Permit Zero‐Flap Take‐off Capability with Full Performance
SB700‐31‐030 Rev. 1 – Batch 3 Software Upgrade
SB700‐34‐032 Rev. 2 – HUD – Installation on Aircraft with Provisions for HUD
SB700‐34‐033 Rev. 2 – Installation of the Enhanced Vision System (EVS)
SB700‐34‐053 Rev. 1 – Introduction of FANS 1/A+ and RNP 4 30/30 Functionality
SB700‐34‐054 Rev. 1 – Introduction of SBAS with LPV Approach Capability
SB700‐34‐062 Rev. 2 – Introduction of ADS‐B Out Capability
STC ST02406LA – ACSS II/2000 Change 7.1
Passenger Seating: Thirteen (13) Approved for Taxi, Takeoff & Landing
Jump Seat: Yes
Crew Rest Area: Yes – See Below Details for Configuration Options
Configuration, Storage & Miscellaneous:
The interior configuration comfortably accommodates up to thirteen (13) passengers in three
distinct seating sections. The aircraft also features a forward right‐hand crew rest, forward lefthand
galley and opposite annex, forward and aft lavatories, and an in‐flight accessible baggage
The forward cabin has four (4) “wide” single seats arranged in a club configuration. Each seat is
equipped with recline, swivel, berthing and tracking capabilities, as well as a recliner style leg rest
and electric lumbar support. The two forward‐facing seats have a seat pan lifter. The mid‐cabin
contains a four‐place conference group with adjustable conference table and extension for use
with the credenza’s pullout kibitzer seat. The conference group seats feature various levels of
tracking, swivel (inboard seats only), recline, berthing, and electric lumbar support.
Configuration, Storage & Miscellaneous Continued:
The aft cabin is configured with two three‐place berthing divans. The left‐hand divan’s center and
aft seating positions are certified for occupancy during taxi, takeoff, and landing. The right‐hand
divan is certified for three or two occupants depending on if the right‐hand upper bulkhead is
removed or installed, respectively.
The forward right‐hand crew area features a 9G 3‐place divan, convertible to 2 bunk beds, that is
not to be occupied for taxi, takeoff and landing. Optionally, the 9G divan can be replaced by a 16G
3‐place divan with middle and aft seating positions certified to be occupied only by crew during
taxi, takeoff and landing. Both divans will be delivered with the Aircraft.
The cabin features LED lighting, electric window shades, multiple 115 VAC outlets, and multiple
storage compartment and cabinets. A forward cabin bulkhead and pocket door separates the
galley and forward cabin, a mid‐cabin bulkhead and pocket door provides privacy for the aft cabin,
the forward and aft lavatories have hinged doors, the crew rest has a privacy curtain, and the
entryway has an acoustic curtain.
Cabin Management & Entertainment
A Rockwell Collins Cabin Electronics System (CES) controls all aspects of cabin equipment and
entertainment through a combination of multiple wireless and fixed passenger touchscreen control
units and traditional switching. The cabin entertainment system includes Airshow® ASXi, a cabin
speaker audio system, two (2) 24” bulkhead LCD monitors, a 10.4” galley touchscreen LCD monitor,
three (3) 10.4” touchscreen plug‐in LCD monitors, four (4) 8.4” touchscreen LCD monitors, an 18.1”
manual pop‐up credenza LCD monitor, two (2) dual‐slot CD/DVD units, and an external camera
system with multiple cameras and cabin and cockpit video display capabilities. Various A/V inputs
are available for portable devices.
Communications & Data
An ICG Aerocom 3000 Cabin Telecommunications Unit (CTU) provides satellite voice
communication through Iridium, Inmarsat, and SwiftBroadband voice connections via a
cockpit corded handset, two cabin cordless handsets, and a crew rest cordless handset.
Dual‐channel SwiftBroadband internet is available via onboard Wi‐Fi. Finally, Gogo Biz® ATG
5000 provides broadband internet access while above 10,000’ in the Continental United
States and portions of Alaska and Canada.
The cabinetry and woodwork is finished in “Etimoe” gloss veneer and “Mahogany” gloss hardwood,
the cabin exposed metal surfaces are plated in “Satin Antique Gold”, and Polystone Creations
“Aztec” countertops are installed in the galley and both lavatories. Scott Group “Frumos w/Silk” wool
and silk carpeting is installed throughout the interior from the entryway to the aft lavatory. The
entrance, cabin, and lavatory headliners, as well as the upper sidewall and passenger service unit
panels are covered in “Gazelle” Alcantara®. The aft lavatory and crew area bulkheads are finished
in “Mulberry” fabric, the aft cabin bulkhead faces are covered in “Cognac” 100% silk fabric, and the
cabin lower sidewalls are finished in “Linen” fabric. The cabin single and double seats, the kibitzer
seat, and both lavatory seats are finished in “Brite Brown” leather, and the divans and low cabinet
cushion are covered in “MangoWood” fabric.
A forward left‐hand galley provides for generous storage and functionality. Equipment includes a
TIA microwave, an Aerolux Nespresso® machine, an “insta‐hot” water dispenser, a sink and faucet,
a countertop with pullout work surface, dual ice drawers, and a cold storage compartment. The
galley annex contains a TIA high temperature oven, a pullout work surface, and multiple dedicated
storage drawers and compartments. The galley features an air chiller unit used to cool select galley
Lavatories: Forward & Aft
A forward right‐hand lavatory is equipped with a vacuum toilet and adjacent vanity with
countertop and sink with faucet. The aft lavatory is equipped with a right‐hand inboard‐facing
vacuum toilet with adjacent vanity with countertop and sink with faucet.
The in‐flight accessible baggage compartment features two (2) fold‐down shelves, a baggage net, a
60” removable hang‐up bar, and a separate fold‐up hang‐up bar.