C-102 Jetliner Conjecture Specifications
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Period
1950's
Designation
C-102 Jetliner Mk. II
First Flight
25 May 1965
Manufacturer
A.V. Roe Canada, Ltd.
# Constructed (including prototype)
135
Wing Span
29.9 m (98 ft 1 in)
Overall Length
28 m (91.86 ft)
Overall Height
8.1 m (26 ft 51/2 in)
Weight (dry)
19 425 kg (42 824.79  lbs)
Weight (gross)
33 722 kg (74 344.28 lbs)
Cruising Speed
720 km/h (447.39 mp/h)
Maximum Speed
850 km/h (528.17mp/h)
Rate Of Climb
700 m (2 296.59 ft)/minute
Service Ceiling
13 716 m (45 000 ft)
Range
4 828.03 km (3 000 mi)
Power Plants
4 x Orenda 9 (3 299.88 kg (7 275 lbs)), each, static thrust centrifugal turbojet engines
Immediate Competition
Boeing 707
Period
1970's
Designation
C.102C Jetliner III
First Flight
19 December 1972
Manufacturer
A.V. Roe Canada, Ltd.
# Constructed (including prototype)
349
Wing Span
29.9 m (98 ft 1 in)
Overall Length
28 m (91.86 ft)
Overall Height
8.1 m (26 ft 51/2 in)
Weight (dry)
29 722 kg (65 525.79  lbs)
Weight (gross)
42 000 kg (92 594.15 lbs)
Cruising Speed
1 046.07 km/h (650 mp/h)
Maximum Speed
1 367.94 km/h (850 mp/h)
Rate Of Climb
13 563.60 m (44 500 ft)/minute from Sea Level
Service Ceiling
16 764 m (55 000 ft)
Range
7 563.92 km (4 700 mi)
Power Plants
2 x Orenda PS-13 Iroquois (8 731.65 kg (19 250 lbs) base thrust -- 11 793.40 kg (26 000 lbs) with afterburner) each, static thrust centrifugal turbojet engines
Immediate Competition
Boeing 707
Period
1955-1962
Designation
C-102 Jetliner Mk. II and Mk. II/C
First Flight
25 May 1965
Manufacturer
A.V. Roe Canada, Ltd.
# Constructed (including prototype)
135
Wing Span
29.9 m (98 ft 1 in)
Overall Length
28 m (91.86 ft)
Overall Height
8.1 m (26 ft 51/2 in)
Weight (dry)
19 425 kg (42 824.79  lbs)
Weight (gross)
33 722 kg (74 344.28 lbs)
Cruising Speed
720 km/h (447.39 mp/h)
Maximum Speed
850 km/h (528.17mp/h)
Rate Of Climb
700 m (2 296.59 ft)/minute
Service Ceiling
13 716 m (45 000 ft)
Range
4 828.03 km (3 000 mi)
Power Plants
2 x Orenda 11 (3 299.88 kg (7 275 lbs)), each, static thrust centrifugal turbojet engines
Immediate Competition
Boeing 707