Built for Flight Training
Built on the industry-leading platform of simplicity and performance that seamlessly connects the aircraft and the pilot for improved workload management and extended training opportunities, the TRAC Series is the ideal choice for world-class training institutions around the globe.
|Useful Load||1028 lbs (469kg)||1328 lbs (605 kg)||1246 lbs (568 kg)|
|Engine||Lycoming IO-390-C3B6||Continental IO-550-N||Continental TSIO-550-K Turbocharged|
|Stall Speed with Flaps||57 KCAS||60 KCAS||60 KCAS|
|Takeoff||1,685 ft (514 m)||1082 ft (330 m)||1517 ft (462m)|
|Climb Rate||781 ft/min (3.97 m/sec)||1270 ft/min (6.45 m/sec)||1203 ft/min (6.1 m/sec)|
|Full Specs||Full Specs||Full Specs|
Cirrus Airframe Parachute System® (CAPS®)
No feature embodies our approach to safety more than CAPS. As just one part of the integrated safety engineering features included as standard equipment on every Cirrus aircraft, it’s there when you need it most.
Electronic Stability & Protection (ESP)
The ESP system aids in correcting unusual flight attitudes and preventing stalls. It assists without distracting the pilot or degrading the flight experience, even when autopilot is disengaged.
Every TRAC Series aircraft features a cuffed wing design developed by NASA. This unique wing provides a discontinuous leading edge to minimize the potential for spin entry after an inadvertent stall.
Four Point Airbag Seatbelts
Our approach to safety goes beyond systems in the aircraft and includes providing the safest, most capable environment with four-point airbag seatbelts for the pilot and co-pilot.
Spectra™ Wingtip Lighting
Twice the brightness, Spectra Wingtip Lighting incorporates automotive-style wingtip halo lighting within 300 feet of the surface and pulsing “wig wag” functionality above 300 feet to maximize visibility.
Fuel Injected Engine
Every TRAC Series aircraft comes equipped with a standard fuel injected engine, allowing the student to concentrate on flying the aircraft and learning without being overwhelmed with engine management.
Colorful, bright 10-inch displays connect the pilot visually and aurally with the information needed to monitor every aspect of the aircraft in real time.
Exclusive to the TRAC Series, the simulator creates an added checkpoint and mimics the real-life approach procedures for the advanced aircraft students will ultimately fly.
Tools and Systems
The multitude of tools and systems, along with smart redundancy features like dual alternators and dual batteries, make the TRAC Series a true IFR aircraft.
Designed to parallel advanced aircraft FMS inputs, the QWERTY keyboard features easy to access keys and dedicated control knobs for added efficiency.
A fully digital, three-axis autopilot delivers precise lateral and vertical navigation guidance for a smooth ride. This jet-class feature includes the industry first Blue Level Button for added safety.
At Cirrus Aircraft, we believe a pilot never stops learning. Our team is here to support as you ready your new fleet and continue to engage your students in the many years to come.
Our team is here to support you as you get your new fleet ready to launch. This includes full transition training for your head flight instructors at our Vision Center Campus, nestled in the Smoky Mountains in Knoxville, Tennessee.Learn More
Our flight training program, Cirrus Approach, includes a robust catalogue of engaging multimedia learning courses designed for pilots of every skill level. It’s an engaging tool your team and students will have access to as part of your TRAC Series fleet.Explore Courses
Developed with the digital generation in mind, our iFOM provides instant access to aircraft-specfic flight procedures, standards and techniques. It’s essential for every stage of learning and an added resource for instructors and students.Learn More
World-Class Service & Support
The TRAC Series has been meticulously designed to minimize maintenance and support. From identifying the best suppliers to creating a comprehensive onboarding program for your operations team, we work to ensure better durability on the aircraft before you ever fly it.
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