The P-750 XSTOL is a 750 HP, PT6-34 powered low wing, all metal, fixed tricycle geared aircraft, designed to meet the high
demands of utility aircraft operators. It will cruise between 155 - 165 knots and has a short landing and take-off roll.
It has an interior fuselage size approximating that of a Beech 18. with 5.0 hours of fuel it has a pay load of 2888 lbs. The initial production run is targeting the Skydiving industry. The P-750 will climb from
sea level to 13,000 feet, make the jump run, and land in approximately 16 minutes with a load of 17 parachutists.
Pacific Aerospace Corporation's dynamic engineering department has configured the initial aircraft to be turn key for the Drop
Zone Operators. This means that no modifications will be necessary upon delivery. Jumps doors, steps, handles, lights and
appropriate harnesses will be fitted and approved prior to delivery. This tricycle, fixed gear aircraft requires less maintenance
than a used piston single.
Although the initial production run is targeting the Skydiving industry, the capabilities of this aircraft are such that it will fit many
utility roles. With its high power to weight ratio, and exceptionally heavy lift capability from short unimproved airfields, the aircraft
will be configured for freight, passengers and, if the market requires, floats, ski's and other specialty needs.