Tue, May 27, 2003
Heintz's wonderfully conventionally CH2000 is now being supported
online with the publication of several of its more pivotal manuals.
In order to serve CH2000 customers better, Aircraft Manufacturing
& Development Co. Inc. (AMD) has posted the latest Alarus
CH2000 Flight Manual and Service Manual on the internet
where it can be downloaded free of charge.
AMD has a Service Area on the internet where Service Letters,
Service Bulletins, etc.. are listed and can be downloaded. For each
50, 100 and annual inspection, A&P's must check the web
There is also a new Flight Manual and Service Manual for the
CH2000 aircraft. It is the pilot's and A&P's responsibility to
make sure that they are using the latest information when flying
and servicing the aircraft.
Better yet, for those you building the new CH640 four place
SportPlane (or getting ready to), AMD notes that you might find
these publications interesting or helpful since the Zodiac CH
640 airframe is very similar to the FAA type certified CH 2000
aircraft. The ZODIAC CH 640 combines ease of construction in a
4-seat SportPlane that offers great cross-country performance and
capabilities. The aircraft provides very efficient performance, and
comfort and capabilities rarely found in a plane of its size.
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