The Turbo-Prop Aircraft

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What does turbo-prop mean?

The Turbo-Prop Aircraft

A turbo-prop aircraft has an average cruising speeds of over 300 mph and an average nonstop range above 1,000 miles. A turbo-prop jet can travel further and faster, and are most popular for short to mid-range flights. Turbo-props can access runways that are often too short for jet aircraft. Amenities in your turbo-prop jet can include pressurized passenger cabins for added comfort, additional safety and performance features, and a semi-private lavatory. Baggage capacity is limited, and the turbo-prop plane can seat anywhere from 4-8 travelers.

   

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