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Diamond DA40 XLS for Sale

The DA40 is Diamond's four-seat model and the DA40XLS has a 180 hp Lycoming IO-360 engine rather than the Centurion or Austro diesel engines used on other DA40 aircraftft. The DA40, with a fully composite airframe and equipped with a Garmin G1000 glass co

DA40 XLS Specifications
  • B.O.W W/Crew LBS
    1743
  • Normal Cruise Speed KTAS:
    150
  • Payload - Full Fuel LBS:
    551
  • Seats Executive
    3
  • Variable Cost Per Hour $:
    121.1329
  • Engine Manufacturer
    Lycoming
  • Engine Model
    IO-360-M1A
  • R.O.C All Engines FT PER MIN
    825
  • Engines
    1
  • Useable Fuel LBS:
    241
  • Crew / Passengers
    1
  • Cabin Height FT
    0.00
  • Cabin Width FT
    0.00
  • Cabin Length FT
    0.00
All data courtesy of Conklin & de Decker

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    Name: Ruhil Dhawan (Both)
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    Location: United States
    Model Year: 2007
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    The things that distinguish the Diamond DA40 from its competitors such as the Cirrus SR20 and the Cessna 172/182 are the following: exceptional visibility through Plexiglas canopies higher airspeeds and efficiencies than the Cessnas lower stall speeds and easier handling than the Cirrus all-electric instruments center-mounted stick cavernous rear canopy for loading bulky cargo into back seats ne can love the DA40 for its responsive handling and unrivalled visibility. This is a great airplane for a flight school or for a private owner looking to get an instrument rating. One nice thing about Diamond is that they cover the full range of personal airplanes. You can train in a DA20- transition to a DA40 for instrument work and shortish trips- transition to a DA42 for overwater and trips of more than 1000 n.m.- and transition to the D-Jet when you want to be able to push your way up through ice-filled clouds to VFR on top. Having a lot of time in type and avoiding harsh transitions can be a key to safety- especially for those who dont have many extra weeks for training. So if you think that one day you might want a DA42 or a D-Jet- a DA40 is a great stepping stone.

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    Submitted on 30/10/2014
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