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|CN-235 ASW/ASuW MPA of the Turkish Navy|
|Introduced||1 March 1988 with [Merpati Nusantara]|
|Primary users||Spanish Air Force
United States Coast Guard
Indonesian Air Force
South African Air Force
Turkish Air Force
The CN-235 is a medium-range turbo-prop aircraft developed jointly between CASA in Spain and IPTN in Indonesia as a regional airliner and military transport. Amongst its military roles are maritime patrol, surveillance and troop transport.
CN235-10: Initial production version (15 built by each company), with GE CT7-7A engines.
CN235-100/110: Generally as series 10, but with GE CT7-9C engines in new composites nacelles; replaced Series 10 in 1988 from 31st production aircraft. Series 100 is Spanish-built, series 110 Indonesian-built, with improved electrical, warning and environmental systems.
CN235-200/220: Improved version. Structural reinforcements to cater for higher operating weights, aerodynamic improvements to wing leading-edges and rudder, reduced field length requirements and much-increased range with maximum payload. Series 200 is Spanish-built, Series 220 Indonesian-built.
CN235-300: CASA Modification of 200/220 series, with Honeywell avionics suite. Other features include improved pressurisation and provision for optional twin nosewheel installation.
CN235-330 Phoenix: Modification of Series 200/220, offered by IPTN with new Honeywell avionics, ARL-2002 EW system and 16.800 kg/37.037 lb MTOW, to Royal Australian Air Force to meet Project Air 5190 tactical airlift requirement, but was forced by financial constraints to withdraw in 1998.
It was purchased by the U.S. Coast Guard as the HC-144A for its Medium Range Surveillance Maritime Patrol Aircraft (MRSMPA) program. The first HC-144A was delivered by EADS CASA to Lockheed Martin for installation of the mission package in December 2006.
- Template:Country data Botswana: Botswana Air Force
- Template:Country data Brunei: Brunei Air Force (1)
- Template:Country data Chile: Chilean Air Force
- Template:Country data Colombia: Colombian Air Force
- Template:Country data Ecuador: Ecuadorian Air Force
- Template:Country data France: French Air Force
- Template:Country data Gabon: Gabonese Air Force
- Template:Country data Indonesia: Indonesian Air Force
- Template:Country data Ireland: Irish Air Corps (2 x CN235MP)
- Template:Country data Malaysia: Royal Malaysian Air Force (8 x CN235-220)
- Template:Country data Morocco: Moroccan Air Force
- Template:Country data Pakistan: Pakistan Air Force (4 x CN235-220)
- Template:Country data Panama
- Template:Country data Papua New Guinea
- Template:Country data Saudi Arabia: Royal Saudi Air Force
- Template:Country data South Africa: South African Air Force
- Template:Country data South Korea: South Korean Air Force (20)
- Template:Country data Thailand: Thai Air Force (10 on order by IPTN/DI)
- Template:Country data Turkey: Turkish Air Force
- Template:ARE: UAE Navy
- Template:USA: U.S. Coast Guard
- Crew: two pilots
- Capacity: up to 45 passengers
- Length: 21.40 m (70 ft 3 in)
- Wingspan: 25.81 m (84 ft 8 in)
- Height: 8.18 m (26 ft 10 in)
- Wing area: 59.1 m² (636 ft²)
- Empty: 9,800 kg (21,605 lb)
- Loaded: 15,500 kg (16,500 kg Military load) ( lb)
- Maximum takeoff: 15,100 kg (33,290 lb)
- Powerplant: 2× General Electric CT79C turboprops, 1,395 kW (1,850 shp) each
- Maximum speed: 509 km/h (317 mph)
- Range: 796 km (496 miles)
- Service ceiling: m ( ft)
- Rate of climb: 542 m/min (1,780 ft/min)
- Wing loading: kg/m² ( lb/ft²)
- Power/mass: kW/kg ( hp/lb)
- ↑ 
- ↑ "News Breaks", Aviation Week & Space Technology, 18 December 2006.
- ↑ Flight International, 3-9 October 2006
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