Basic Features of the L410 Aircraft

The L410 twin engine turboprop aircraft has been specifically designed for operations in environments ranging from very hot to extremely cold airfields in high elevations equipped with minimum ground equipment.

It is able operate to and from short unpaved strips.

The aircraft has built a proven track record of reliability and adaptability over many decades thanks to its robust design, unique aircraft systems and independence from ground equipment.

This non-pressurized all metal high wing commuter category aircraft is equipped with retractable landing gear. Most models require a minimum crew of two pilots.

The L410 UVP-E (including UVP-E9 and UVP-E20) variants are the most recent models from the L410 family. Generally, the L410 UVP-E is certified to carry either 17 or 19 passengers or 1710 kg of freight, cruising at 170 kts IAS.

Typical L410 Specifications

The aircraft is certified for IFR operations and flights in icy conditions.

Certification Type Certificate No. EASA.A.026
Wing span 19.980m
Overall length 14.424m
Height 5.830m

Maximum take-off weight 6400kg
Maximum zero fuel weight 5840kg
Maximum payload 1710kg
Maximum fuel tank capacity 1300kg

Average cruise speed 170 kts IAS
Average fuel consumption (typical sector) 280 kg/flight hour

Aircraft is certified for CAT I ILS approaches.

A typical avionics configuration is as follows:

  • 2x NAV coupled with 2x HSI, 2x CDI
  • 2x COM
  • 1x MKR
  • 1x ADF
  • 2x Audio Control Box
  • 2x Mode A, C XPDR
  • 1x WX Radar
  • 1x GPS
  • 1x FDR
  • 1x CVR
  • An optional configuration, at our customer's election, may include these requirements:

  • Mode S XPDR
  • B-RNAV (GPS coupled to HSI's)
  • TAWS B
  • TAS or TCAS I
  • Solid State Memory FDR
  • Auto pilot