Sutter's Prospecting June


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Sutter's Prospecting June

  1. 1. “Sutter’s Prospecting” “Sutter’s Prospecting” June in the Aircraft industry 2014
  2. 2. “Sutter’s Prospecting” Aviation “Sutter’s Prospecting” in Aviation created for My name is Christian Thomas Sutter. I work to fill requirements of brokers in the aircraft industry with Kinetic Aviation in the United States of America. While working to trace aircraft, and parts. I find that I enjoy the story of the aircraft. As I review available aircraft for sale on the market. I research the history and plan to provide the stories of my Prospecting trace information to share the information I learn along the way.
  3. 3. SUTTER’S PROSPECTING Sutter’s Prospecting for TurboFan Engines! Pictured : Leap-X The Leap-X engine is a turbofan known as a high-bypass turbofan engine. This engine is the “Something New” that falls under prospects. The LEAP engine has attracted 5,000 orders according to wiki. A 50/50 dual venture between CFM International and General Electric. Some 1700 engines are expected to be built by 2018. If you’re interested in locating a jet engine to meet requirements for your aircraft, click here and email Christian Thomas Sutter.
  4. 4. This is a picture of the GE90 The GE90 is in the same class of engine as the Leap-X. GE Aviation built the GE90 for the Boeing Company. Specifically for the Boeing 777. The engine is suited for the longer range Boeing 777. The GE90 first appeared in service in 1995. Today the GE90-115B has developed for the Boeing Company to deliver a 110,000 to 115,000 pound-thrust. The boeing 777-200LR and 777 Freighter, in most cases, are only required to be fitted with the derated GE90-110B. This engine is said to be the quietest and cleanest Jet engine in its class. Not only is it quiet and clean. It is the world’s most powerful engine. FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE GE90-115B BY VISITING THIS LINK. If you’re interested in locating a jet engine to meet requirements for your aircraft, click here and email Christian Thomas Sutter.
  5. 5. Turbofan - Pratt & Whitney JT9D One well known Turbofan in the aviation industry can be exemplified by the JT9D-7A. The JT9D by Pratt & Whitney is used as a jet engine on aircraft like the; Boeing 747, Boeing 767, Airbus A310, and McDonnell Douglas DC-10. The JT9D would surface in February of 1969 when being chosen by Boeing to power their 747. Significant flight testing of the engine started in the month of June in the year of 1968. Additional models within the JT9D family include; JT9D-3A, JT9D-7, JT9D-20, JT9D-7Q/7Q3, JT9D-59A/70A, JT9D-7R4D/D1, JT9D-7R4G2, and the JT9D-7R4H1. Pratt & Whitney would develop the PW series of engines which is a family of high-bypass turbofan aircraft engines. If you’re interested in finding out more about PW Engines visit this link. If you’re interested in purchasing JT9D family engines email Sutter. Information on JT9D can be found here
  6. 6. High-Bypass Turbofan CF6 The CF6 turbofan engine is manufactured by GE Aviation and recorded it first run in 1971. Today the engine can be found powering Airbus A300, Airbus, A330, Airbus A310, Boeing 747, Boeing 767, Mcdonnell Douglas DC-10, McDonnell Douglas MD-11, Lockheed C-5M Super Galaxy. The model include; CF6-6, CF6-45, CF6-50, CF6-80A, CF6-80C2, and CF6-80E1/E2. Can you guess which application is best for the Boeing 747-400? If you’re interested in buying or selling aircraft engines contact Christian Thomas Sutter and find out more about the High-Bypass Turbofan family. Find Chris Sutter on linkedin
  7. 7. Citation Prospect 1978 Cessna Citation 550 more info on
  8. 8. Piper prospect Take a look ----->>>>> 1980 Piper PA-34-200T Aircraft For Sale Kinetic Aviation Asking: CONTACT INFO MAKE AN OFFER $158,000.00 USD
  10. 10. “Sutter’s Prospecting” Aviation April 2014 Thanks for viewing the presentation. If you’re interested in Aviation and want to know more about an aircraft or the history of an aircraft. Contact Christian Thomas Sutter.