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MoTISM CLASS M100

AIRCRAFT/PILOT MISSION  INFO

AC#000-990-11231

M100 TEST PILOT FLIGHT REPORT #1

MoTIS M100 Commercial Passenger Airliner

Flight Test Log

Conducted by:

MoTIS Test Pilot Kayamone A. Sutton

Flight Test Log Compiled On: 8/8/2006


FIRST FLIGHT AIRCRAFT MISSION GOALS

Flight Test #1

Flight Date: 8/6/2006                                            Flight Time: 1130 UTC

Airliner Specifications

Wing Span: 114.5 ft.

Length: 121.0 ft.

Tail Height: 51.0 ft.

Flt. Crew: Pilot/Co-Pilot

Cabin Crew: Three Attendants

Number of Passengers: 140-160

Engine Spread Diameter: 40.0 ft.

MTOW: 162,500 lbs.

Fore to Main Wheel Length: 45.5 Ft.

Mach: 0.84@ 35,000 MSL

Cruising Alt.: 33,000-36,000 ft. MSL

Cargo: 830 Cubic ft.

Engine Thrust: 32,000 LBS

 

 

Pre-flight Checks 

  • Walk around showed a beautiful A/C with no missing panels or fuel or hydraulic leaks.

  • A/C fuel load set to 22% of normal load with Pilot weight set to 151lb.

Taxi Test 

  • A/C taxi control was perfect and very realistic, adding to the overall effect of the aircraft.  Both high speed and low speed taxiing was tested, and handling was remarkable.

  • Take off speed appeared to be around 145-150 kts. With 10˚ flaps

  • Braking was as expected and needs no adjustment.

Flight Test 

  • Climb out was set to 15˚ climb angle.

  • Climb was smooth and speed control was needed to remain under the 250 kt. Speed restriction

  • Max Speed reached was 450Kts at a steady altitude of 20,000 ft.

  • The aircraft’s rate of turn was quick and its ability to do so makes it a very agile twin engine passenger jet.

  • Upon landing, small adjustments needed to be made to keep the aircraft inline with the ILS glide scope, but presented no problems in landing.

  • Stall Speed appeared to be around 130-150 kts.

Post Flight Test Thoughts

  • Aircraft performed exceptionally well and can withstand a lot of stress.  The exact stress limits will be tested in Flight Test #3.

  • Overall, few adjustments need to be made to the flight characteristics of this excellently built aircraft.

Flight Test Images (Click to enlargine)


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MoTISM CLASS M100

AIRCRAFT/PILOT MISSION  INFO

AC#000-990-11231

M100 TEST PILOT FLIGHT REPORT #2

MoTIS M100 Commercial Passenger Airliner

Flight Test Log

Conducted by:

MoTIS Test Pilot Kayamone A. Sutton

Flight Test Log Compiled On: 8/13/2006

Flight Test Phase II

Flight Date: 8/12/2006                                            Flight Time: 1800 UTC

Airliner Specifications

Wing Span: 114.5 ft.

Length: 121.0 ft.

Tail Height: 51.0 ft.

Flt. Crew: Pilot/Co-Pilot

Cabin Crew: Three Attendants

Number of Passengers: 140-160

Engine Spread Diameter: 40.0 ft.

MTOW: 162,500 lbs.

Fore to Main Wheel Length: 45.5 Ft.

Mach: 0.84@ 35,000 MSL

Cruising Alt.: 33,000-36,000 ft. MSL

Cargo: 830 Cubic ft.

Engine Thrust: 32,000 LBS

 

 

 

 

 

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Flight Test Phase 2 Information

          Phase 2 of Motis twin engine passenger airliner, the M100 is a comprehensive test of the aircraft’s flying abilities and capabilities.  Speed and altitude as well as preliminary stress tests were performed during this test phase.  In addition, a take-off and landing test as well as an emergency landing test (one engine out) was performed during this flight.  This test flight represents the most critical test this aircraft will perform aside from its maiden cross-country flight which will be completed during the third and final testing phase. Following the successful flight during Phase 3, the Chief Test Pilot will recommend that the M100 be released for full production.

Flight Information

Departure Airport: Ellington Field (KEFD)

Cruise Altitude: N/A

Flight Plan: VFR - GPS Nav (Rwy 32R- 111.10, CSE-353) (ATIS 135.575)

Push-Back Time: 1800 UTC

Shut-Down Time: 1942 UTC

Weather Conditions

  • Fair weather.  No evident clouds though there is a layer of haze.  Haze will present no visual impairments for the flight.

Pre-Taxi

  • Taxi to runway 35R remained smooth.  Performance unchanged since Test 1.

Flight Notes

Take-off

  • Flaps set to 10* for take-off

  • Take-off pitch 15*, speed 145 kts.

G-Force Test

  • Initial max. altitude FL350, engines 100% thrust

  • Max G’s on roll maneuver: +2.8

  • Max G’s on positive pitch rate: +3.3

  • Official maximum aircraft speed: 385 kts

Maximum Altitude Test

  • +10* positive pitch rate on initial climb

  • +15* positive pitch rate at 37,630 ft @ 150 kts.

  • Maximum altitude attained at 37,824 ft

  • Stall speed (max alt.) 140 kts.

One Engine Out Landing Test

  • Shut down left (#1) engine when established on Rwy 35R ILS approach

  • As anticipated, aircraft began major yaw to the left.  Proceeded with landing, making corrective course adjustments

  • Maximum speed of 160 kts attained on #2 engine

  • Fought with the aircraft to maintain positive control

  • Made use of ALL control surfaces to land aircraft safely on the runway

  • Test successful!

Post Flight Test Thoughts

  • It is in my most professional opinion that this aircraft is ready to be introduced into the world following the successful Phase 3 cross country flight.

  • Aircraft handled exceptionally well during all phases of this test and has proved its durability.  One warning to pilots who fly this aircraft is to keep the speed below 400 kts or aircraft will stress.  Evidence of stress was observed during flight when approaching 400 kts.  Recommended maximum speed is 385.  Recommended cruise speed 350 kts.

Flight Test Images (Click to enlarge)


VIRTUAL ENGINEERS NOTES ON AIRCRAFT

 

 FLIGHT ENVELOPE CARD

 

FLIGHT CARD COMING


ADDITIONAL NOTES:

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