Rockwell Commander 112 & 114
The Rockwell Commander 112 and 114 are superior, retractable undercarriage light flying machine.
Rockwell's General Aviation Division started advancement of the first Commander 111 and 112 amid the late 1960s, and proclaimed its new run in late 1970. Both models offered customary development and a low wing design however the 111 had settled undercarriage and the 112 had retractable rigging. The model 112 first flew on December 4 1970, and was controlled by a 135kw (180hp) Lycoming O360, while a model 111 flew surprisingly late in 1971. The loss of the 112 model amid flight testing because of the structural disappointment of the tail unit postponed accreditation and creation of both models until a fix was found. Conveyances of generation air ship occurred from late 1972.
Generation 111s were controlled by 135kw (180hp) O360s, creation 112s were fueled by all the more influential 150kw (200hp) Io360s. Just a couple of 111s were fabricated before Rockwell chose to focus on the higher execution retractable rigging 112. The redesigned 112a showed up in 1974 with a higher max takeoff weight, enhanced lodge ventilation and subtle element refinements, while the turbocharged 112tc was presented in 1976.
Additionally presented in 1976 was the 114, which is fundamentally a 112 with an all the more effective six chamber Io540. The 114 stayed in creation fundamentally unaltered until generation stopped in 1979, by which arrange it had been named the Gran Turismo Commander. Then the enhanced 112b had showed up in 1977, offering an expanded max takeoff weight and the amplified wingtips presented on the 112tc. By that stage the 112tc was assigned the 112tca, later it got to be known as the Alpine Commander.
The Commander Aircraft Company has been building the enhanced 114b and 114tc since 1992, yet these are portrayed independently.
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