The PAC750 is a turbo-prop, 2 seater, low wing airplane, comprising of an aluminium and steel structure and a fixed tricycle landing gear. This rugged design is well suited to the stresses experienced in both agricultural, and low-level Airborne Geophysical Survey operations.
The aircraft is fitted with an ultra-reliable and powerful (750 horse power) Pratt and Whitney PT6-34 turbine power plant. This engine/airframe combination is well suited to conducting safe survey operations at low level and in rugged terrain.
The fixed tricycle undercarriage and high-performance engine allows for operations from short and semi-prepared airfields. Significant efficiency gains especially are achieved by basing closer to survey locations, especially when deployed to remote locations.
The second seat fitted to the PAC750 accommodates a Military or Civilian observer/pilot if mandated.
Our PAC750’s are certified for the installation of magnetic and radiometric sensors. Coupled with the aircraft’s low flying speed and high stability, this combination allows for the collection of very high-quality geophysical data.