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ANN's Major Sponsor For Special Coverage Of AOPA EXPO 2005... Cirrus Design

Who Builds The Best Selling Airplane In GA? Cirrus Design!

Aviation seems to like to repeat itself -- with the birth of aviation being credited to the dedicated work of two brothers who loved everything about the world of flight and changed the world... to a recent rebirth of aviation... again credited to two brothers who love everything about the world of flight and are just now helping to change the aviation world in ways that would have staggered the brothers Wright barely 100 years ago.

Alan and Dale Klapmeier founded Cirrus Aviation in 1984 with a dream to design and build affordable airplanes that deliver greater control, more comfort and added levels of safety.

Today, Cirrus is the world's second largest manufacturer of single-engine, piston-powered aircraft. Their SR22 is the world's best selling plane in its class. Their SR20 is an uncommonly capable four-place with extraordinary economy and great performance. And... if you check back with us over the next few days, we'll have even more exciting Cirrus Design products and developments to share with you.

The brothers tell us that, "Because we design with the mind of an engineer and the heart of a pilot, we build planes that are both sensible and exhilarating. It's how we were meant to fly."

Read ANN's Five Part Series on flying the SR22:

Cirrus Produces Three Models: The SRV, the SR20 and the SR22

The Cirrus SRV offers a standard [VFR-only] all-glass Primary Flight Display [PFD]. The pilot-friendly avionics system provides navigational accuracy and communications efficiency BETTER than any other VFR-only aircraft in its class.

Takeoff

1,341 ft

Takeoff (50' object)

1,958 ft

Max rate of climb

920 ft/min

Cruise speed
@75% power

150 KTAS

Stall speed w/flaps

54 KIAS

Maximum range

865 nm

Landing (Ground roll)

1,014 ft

Landing (50' object)

2,040 ft





The Cirrus SR20 offers BETTER price-to-performance ratios than other, more complex airplanes in its class. The 200-horsepower engine burns only 10.5 gallons per hour and has an 800 nautical-mile range and a 950-pound useful load.

Takeoff

1,341 ft

Takeoff (50' object)

1,958 ft

Max rate of climb

920 ft/min

Cruise speed
@75% power

156 KTAS

Stall speed w/flaps

54 KIAS

Maximum range

831 nm

Landing (Ground roll)

1,014 ft

Landing (50' object)

2,040 ft





The Cirrus SR22-G2 is the second generation of our award-winning SR22 has arrived. The rare combination of exhilarating performance, 21st century elegance, first class appointments and unequaled advancements offers pure aviation excitement. The 310-horsepower engine produces 1,000 feet per minute climb rate through 12,000 feet, allowing you to soar farther and higher. BRILLIANT in every respect, SR22-G2 speed and range in excess of 1,000 nautical miles unlocks the full potential of personal aviation. Our passion to pursue excellence in the skies is evident in the SR22-G2.

Takeoff

1,020 ft

Takeoff (50' object)

1,575 ft

Max rate of climb

1,400 ft/min

Cruise speed
@75% power

185 KTAS

Stall speed w/flaps

59 KIAS

Maximum range

over 1000 nm

Landing (Ground roll)

1,140 ft

Landing (50' object)

2,325 ft



Cirrus Design Continues to Make BIG News In General Aviation
(Here's Some of the Most Interesting)

Please check back here DAILY... we have some interesting information to share with you EACH day, through the end of the Expo.

FMI: Visit the CIRRUS DESIGN Display located at AOPA Display Booth 800-803, www.cirrusdesign.com

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