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Performance and Specification


PERFORMANCE

Maximum Payload (Concentrated) 26 metric ton
Maximum Payload (Distributed) 23 metric ton
Wing Usable Fuel Capacity 23.9 metric ton
Maximum Cruise Speed 470 KTAS/Mach 0.80
Altitude Ceiling 36,000 ft
Sea Level Cabin 18,000 ft
Range With 26 ton (57 320lb) (57 320lb) 1,140 nm
Range With 23 ton (50 700lb) (50 700lb) 1,520 nm
Ferry Range 3,310 nm
Ferry Range with internal tanks 4,600 nm
Takeoff Dist (CFL, SL, ISA, 500 nm, payload 23 metric ton) 1,524 m 5,000 ft
Takeoff Dist (CFL, SL, ISA, 500 nm, payload 16 metric ton) 1,165 m 3,820 ft
Vref with 25 klb of useful load 116 KCAS
Normal Landing Dist (SL, ISA, 26 metric ton) 1,000 m 3,280 ft

DIMENSIONS

Length 35.20 m 115 ft 5 in
Height 11.84 m 38 ft 10 in
Wing Span 35.05 m 115 ft

Cargo Hold
Length (Floor + Ramp) 18.50 m 60 ft 8 in
Height (Minimum) 2.95 m 9ft 8 in
Width 3.45 m 11 ft 4 in
Volume 169 m³ 5,970 ft³

MAIN SYSTEMS

IAE V2500-E5 engines with 31,330 lb of takeoff thrust
Rockwell Collins Pro Line Fusion Avionics System
Gabbiano Tactical Radar T-20 from SELEX Galileo
Cobham 900E Series Wing Air Refueling Pod
Rafael Litening II electro-optical/infrared targeting pod















CERTIFICATION


THE KC-390 IS UNDER A FULL MILITARY CERTIFICATION PROCESS BUILT OVER A DUAL CERTIFICATION APPROACH FROM START. This hybrid process seams the efforts of both civil and military airworthiness authorities and aims the safety accomplishment of all military missions of the KC-390. The KC-390 basic platform is being developed and certified by the Brazilian civil airworthiness authority in accordance with FAA 14 CFR Part 25 standards. The military certification complements the civil certification with military standards, specifications and criteria in order to cover the military mission accomplishment, military items and systems.

DUAL CERTIFICATION APPROACH FROM START: the best of both worlds