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AIRCRAFT FLEET TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER 3 – AIRCRAFT SPESIFICATION 3. AIRCRAFT FLEET 3.1-1 I 3.1
AIRCRAFT FLEET TABLE OF CONTENTS
AIRCRAFT FLEET TABLE OF CONTENTS

AIRCRAFT FLEET

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER 3 AIRCRAFT SPESIFICATION

3.

AIRCRAFT FLEET

3.1-1I

  • 3.1 DE HAVILLAND DHC6 300 TWIN OTTER

 

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  • 3.1.1 TWIN OTTER SERIES

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3.1-2

  • 3.1.2 VARIANT DHC-6 TWIN OTTER:

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3.1-3

  • 3.1.3 MODIFICATION (UPGRADE BY IKHANA’s RWMI DHC-6-300HG TM )

3.1-4

  • 3.2 CHARACTERISTICS .....................................................................................................................................................................................

3.2-1

  • 3.3 AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT

 

3.3-1

 
  • 3.3.1 DGCA Aspect

3.3-2

  • 3.3.2 TOR (Term Of Reference)

3.3-2

  • 3.3.2.1 Engine: Pratt & Whitney PT6A-27

3.3-3

  • 3.3.2.2 Propeller: Hartzell HC-B3TN-3D .......................................................................................................................................

3.3-3

Landing Gear

  • 3.3.2.3 ....................................................................................................................................................................

3.3-3

Airframe

  • 3.3.2.4 ............................................................................................................................................................................

3.3-3

  • 3.3.2.5 Avionics.............................................................................................................................................................................

3.3-4

  • 3.3.2.6 Aircraft Data Required

3.3-5

  • 3.3.3 LOI (Letter Of Intent)

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3.3-5

  • 3.3.4 Aircraft

Inspection ............................................................................................................................................................................

3.3-6

  • 3.3.5 Aircraft Purchase / Lease Agreement

3.3-6

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AIRCRAFT FLEET DE HAVILLAND DHC-6 TWIN OTTER 300 SERIE 3. AIRCRAFT FLEET 3.1 DE HAVILLAND DHC6Maximum takeoff weight (MTOW) 12,500 lbs (5,670 kg) Maximum landing weight 12,300 lbs (5,579 kg) Maximum speed 170 knots (314 km/h at cruise altitude) Cruise speed 150 knots (278 km/h at cruise altitude) 58 knots (107 km/h at cruise altitude) (landing Stall speed configuration) Range (Max fuel, no payload) 775 nmi (1,434 km) Maximum fuel capacity 375 US gal (1421 L) Service ceiling 25,000 ft (7,620 m) Powerplants (×2) Pratt & Whitney PT6A-27 Rate of climb 1,600 ft/min (8.1 m/s) Power/mass 0.12 hp/lb (0.20 kW/kg) Page: 3.1-1 " id="pdf-obj-1-3" src="pdf-obj-1-3.jpg">
AIRCRAFT FLEET DE HAVILLAND DHC-6 TWIN OTTER 300 SERIE
AIRCRAFT FLEET DE HAVILLAND DHC-6 TWIN OTTER 300 SERIE

AIRCRAFT FLEET

DE HAVILLAND DHC-6 TWIN OTTER 300 SERIE

   
  • 3. AIRCRAFT FLEET

    • 3.1 DE HAVILLAND DHC6 300 TWIN OTTER

 

DHC 6 - 300

Flight deck crew

2

Seating

19

Length

51 ft 9 in (15.77 m

Wingspan

65 ft 0 in (19.8 m

Wing area

420 sq ft (39 m 2 )

Empty weight

7,415l Lbs (3,363 kg)

Height

19 ft 4 in (5.9 m)

12,500 lbs (5,670 kg)

12,300 lbs (5,579 kg)

Maximum speed

  • 170 knots (314 km/h at cruise altitude)

Cruise speed

  • 150 knots (278 km/h at cruise altitude)

 

58 knots (107 km/h at cruise altitude) (landing

 

Stall speed

 

configuration)

Range (Max fuel, no payload)

775 nmi (1,434 km)

Maximum fuel capacity

375 US gal (1421 L)

Service ceiling

25,000 ft (7,620 m)

Powerplants (×2)

Rate of climb

1,600 ft/min (8.1 m/s)

Power/mass

0.12 hp/lb (0.20 kW/kg)

 
AIRCRAFT FLEET DE HAVILLAND DHC-6 TWIN OTTER 300 SERIE 3. AIRCRAFT FLEET 3.1 DE HAVILLAND DHC6Maximum takeoff weight (MTOW) 12,500 lbs (5,670 kg) Maximum landing weight 12,300 lbs (5,579 kg) Maximum speed 170 knots (314 km/h at cruise altitude) Cruise speed 150 knots (278 km/h at cruise altitude) 58 knots (107 km/h at cruise altitude) (landing Stall speed configuration) Range (Max fuel, no payload) 775 nmi (1,434 km) Maximum fuel capacity 375 US gal (1421 L) Service ceiling 25,000 ft (7,620 m) Powerplants (×2) Pratt & Whitney PT6A-27 Rate of climb 1,600 ft/min (8.1 m/s) Power/mass 0.12 hp/lb (0.20 kW/kg) Page: 3.1-1 " id="pdf-obj-1-159" src="pdf-obj-1-159.jpg">
AIRCRAFT FLEET DE HAVILLAND DHC-6 TWIN OTTER 300 SERIE 3. AIRCRAFT FLEET 3.1 DE HAVILLAND DHC6Maximum takeoff weight (MTOW) 12,500 lbs (5,670 kg) Maximum landing weight 12,300 lbs (5,579 kg) Maximum speed 170 knots (314 km/h at cruise altitude) Cruise speed 150 knots (278 km/h at cruise altitude) 58 knots (107 km/h at cruise altitude) (landing Stall speed configuration) Range (Max fuel, no payload) 775 nmi (1,434 km) Maximum fuel capacity 375 US gal (1421 L) Service ceiling 25,000 ft (7,620 m) Powerplants (×2) Pratt & Whitney PT6A-27 Rate of climb 1,600 ft/min (8.1 m/s) Power/mass 0.12 hp/lb (0.20 kW/kg) Page: 3.1-1 " id="pdf-obj-1-161" src="pdf-obj-1-161.jpg">
AIRCRAFT FLEET DE HAVILLAND DHC-6 TWIN OTTER 300 SERIE 3. AIRCRAFT FLEET 3.1 DE HAVILLAND DHC6Maximum takeoff weight (MTOW) 12,500 lbs (5,670 kg) Maximum landing weight 12,300 lbs (5,579 kg) Maximum speed 170 knots (314 km/h at cruise altitude) Cruise speed 150 knots (278 km/h at cruise altitude) 58 knots (107 km/h at cruise altitude) (landing Stall speed configuration) Range (Max fuel, no payload) 775 nmi (1,434 km) Maximum fuel capacity 375 US gal (1421 L) Service ceiling 25,000 ft (7,620 m) Powerplants (×2) Pratt & Whitney PT6A-27 Rate of climb 1,600 ft/min (8.1 m/s) Power/mass 0.12 hp/lb (0.20 kW/kg) Page: 3.1-1 " id="pdf-obj-1-163" src="pdf-obj-1-163.jpg">
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AIRCRAFT FLEET DE HAVILLAND DHC-6 TWIN OTTER 300 SERIE 3.1.1 TWIN OTTER SERIES DHC-6 Twin OtterPratt & Whitney Canada PT6-A 2 0 turboprop engines. MTOW: 11,579 Lbs. MSN (Manufacture Serial Number) MSN # 1 to MSN# 5: aircraft certification prototype.Year of manufacture 1964 (manufacturer 1964, roll out 22 Apr.1965, 1 flight 20 May 1965) u/i 1966. MSN# 6 to MSN# 115; Year of manufacture 1966 u/i 1968. 2. DHC-6 Series 200 Improved version. MTOW: 11,579 Lbs. MSN# 116 to MSN# 230; Year of manufacture 1968 u/i 1969. 3. DHC-6 Series 300 Twin-engined STOL utility transport aircraft, powered by two 680 shp (715 ESHP) (462 kW) Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A - 27 turboprop engines. MTOW: 12,500 Lbs. MSN# 231 to MSN# 844; Year of manufacture 1969 u/i 1988. Continued production by Viking Air makes DHC-6 Series 400 in 2010 DHC-6 Series 400 Powered by two Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A - 34 engines, and available on standard landing gear, straight floats, amphibious floats, skis, wheel skis, or intermediate flotation landing gear. MSN# 845 to MSN# 918 and subsequent; Year of manufacture 2010 (1 Flight 16 Feb. 2010, 1st delivered in July 2010) u/i 2014. Page: 3.1-2 " id="pdf-obj-2-3" src="pdf-obj-2-3.jpg">
AIRCRAFT FLEET DE HAVILLAND DHC-6 TWIN OTTER 300 SERIE
AIRCRAFT FLEET DE HAVILLAND DHC-6 TWIN OTTER 300 SERIE

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  • 3.1.1 TWIN OTTER SERIES

DHC-6 Twin Otter Aircraft has been design with 3 (three) major series:

1. DHC-6 Series 100

Twin-engined STOL utility transport aircraft, powered by two 550 shp (432 kW) Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6-A20 turboprop engines.

MTOW: 11,579 Lbs.

MSN (Manufacture Serial Number) MSN # 1 to MSN# 5: aircraft certification prototype.Year of manufacture 1964 (manufacturer 1964, roll out 22 Apr.1965, 1 st flight 20 May 1965) u/i 1966.

MSN# 6 to MSN# 115; Year of manufacture 1966 u/i 1968.

  • 2. DHC-6 Series 200 Improved version. MTOW: 11,579 Lbs. MSN# 116 to MSN# 230; Year of manufacture 1968 u/i 1969.

  • 3. DHC-6 Series 300 Twin-engined STOL utility transport aircraft, powered by two 680 shp (715 ESHP) (462 kW) Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-27 turboprop engines. MTOW: 12,500 Lbs. MSN# 231 to MSN# 844; Year of manufacture 1969 u/i 1988. Continued production by Viking Air makes DHC-6 Series 400 in 2010 DHC-6 Series 400 Powered by two Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-34 engines, and available on standard landing gear, straight floats, amphibious floats, skis, wheel skis, or intermediate flotation landing gear. MSN# 845 to MSN# 918 and subsequent; Year of manufacture 2010 (1 st Flight 16 Feb. 2010, 1st delivered in July 2010) u/i 2014.

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AIRCRAFT FLEET DE HAVILLAND DHC-6 TWIN OTTER 300 SERIE 3.1.2 VARIANT DHC-6 TWIN OTTER: 1). DHC-6
AIRCRAFT FLEET DE HAVILLAND DHC-6 TWIN OTTER 300 SERIE
AIRCRAFT FLEET DE HAVILLAND DHC-6 TWIN OTTER 300 SERIE

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  • 3.1.2 VARIANT DHC-6 TWIN OTTER:

1). DHC-6 Series 110

Variant of the Series 100 built to conform to BCAR (British Civil Air Regulations).

2). DHC-6 Series 300M

Multi-role military transport aircraft. Two of these were produced as "proof-of-concept" demonstrators. Both have since been reverted to Series 300 conformity.

3). DHC-6 Series 310

Variant of the Series 300 built to conform to BCAR (British Civil Air Regulations).

4). DHC-6 Series 320

Variant of the Series 300 built to conform to Australian Civil Air Regulations.

5). DHC-6 Series 300S

Six demonstrator aircraft fitted with 11 seats, wing spoilers and an anti-skid braking system. All have since been reverted to Series 300 conformity.

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AIRCRAFT FLEET DE HAVILLAND DHC-6 TWIN OTTER 300 SERIE 3.1.3 MODIFICATION (UPGRADE BY IKHANA’s RWMI DHC
AIRCRAFT FLEET DE HAVILLAND DHC-6 TWIN OTTER 300 SERIE
AIRCRAFT FLEET DE HAVILLAND DHC-6 TWIN OTTER 300 SERIE

AIRCRAFT FLEET

DE HAVILLAND DHC-6 TWIN OTTER 300 SERIE

   
  • 3.1.3 MODIFICATION (UPGRADE BY IKHANA’s RWMI DHC-6-300HG TM ) The need for a Twin Otter aircraft then performed rejuvenation and modifications to improve performance and carrying capacity of the aircraft.

VARIAN MODIFICATION

1). DHC-6 Series 100 to Series 200HG (High Gross). MTOW: 11,579 Lbs increase MTOW: 12,500 Lbs. 2). DHC-6 Series 200 to Series 200HG, MTOW: 11,579 Lbs increase MTOW: 12,500 Lbs. 3). DHC-6 Series 300 to Series 300RG/ IKHANA’s RWMI DHC-6-300HG TM / Twin Otter X2 TM , MTOW: 12,500 Lbs increase (Option for Restricted Category) 14,000 Lbs MTOW STC.

*) STC Supplement Type Certificate approval MTOW: 14,000 Lbs purpose for cargo operational only (Option for Restricted Category), passenger service operation using MTOW:

12,500 Lbs, STC application and approval for un-restriction operation still in process with FAA)”.

NOTE
NOTE
 

Modifications:

1).

Remanufactured, fabrikasi Redesign, disassembly and re-manufacture into the X2 configuration.

2).

Re-Life, as a “Zero Time” same as a factory-new aircraft.

3).

Airframe, re-life fuselage, new structural life limits of 66,000 hours/ 132,000 cycle.

4).

Re-life wing Boxes, new structural life limits of 45,000 hours/ 90,000 cycle, from the previous original standard manufacture 33,000 hours/ 66,000 cycle.

5).

Re-life nacelle, new structural life limits of 45,000 hours/ 90,000 cycle.

6).

Re-life Flight Controls, new structural life limits of 66,000 hours/ 132,000 cycle.

7).

New fuselage, wing and nacelle wiring harness, with re-manufactured electrical panels.

8).

All systems components factory-new or newly overhauled.

9).

Complete all maintenance inspections.

10).

Complete five year corrosion inspection.

11).

Installed Pratt & Whitney PT6-34 engines, factory-new.

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AIRCRAFT FLEET CHARACTERISTICS 3.2 CHARACTERISTICS Determination of the type of aircraft to be used is one
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CHARACTERISTICS

3.2 CHARACTERISTICS

Determination of the type of aircraft to be used is one of the most important things for the success of this project. Reasons for the selection and types of aircraft types is based on the following factors:

AIRCRAFT FLEET CHARACTERISTICS 3.2 CHARACTERISTICS Determination of the type of aircraft to be used is one
  • 1. Operating area reach remote areas that still it is necessary that aircraft can reach the area, the Twin Otter aircraft DHC6-300 highly suited to reach these remote areas. This aircraft has the ability to landing in a very short (STOL).

  • 2. Effective and efficient for short-haul flights (Short Range).

  • 3. Aircraft versatile, it can be used to carry passengers or goods in remote areas.

  • 4. Has the transport capacity adapted to the type of aircraft and the target market.

  • 5. The operating system is simple, making it easier than the operation and maintenance.

  • 6. Operating costs are relatively low.

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AIRCRAFT FLEET AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT 3.3 AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT Need more Aircraft Available Apply for DGCA Permission Define
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3.3 AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT

Need more Aircraft Available

Need more Aircraft Available Apply for DGCA Permission Define TOR Sign Up for LOI Aircraft Inspection

Apply for DGCA Permission

Need more Aircraft Available Apply for DGCA Permission Define TOR Sign Up for LOI Aircraft Inspection

Define TOR

Need more Aircraft Available Apply for DGCA Permission Define TOR Sign Up for LOI Aircraft Inspection

Sign Up for LOI

Need more Aircraft Available Apply for DGCA Permission Define TOR Sign Up for LOI Aircraft Inspection

Aircraft Inspection

Need more Aircraft Available Apply for DGCA Permission Define TOR Sign Up for LOI Aircraft Inspection

Sign Up for Aircraft Purchase/Lease Agreement

AIRCRAFT FLEET AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT 3.3 AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT Need more Aircraft Available Apply for DGCA Permission Define

Looking for new Purchase/Leased-Aircraft

Quotation (Offering to Lessor Candidate to Bid for Required Aircraft)

Collecting Data & Do pre-Evaluation

Make communication to Lesse Representative

Check data & physical condition

Evaluate, especially for Engine, Landing Gear, Peculiar & other

differences. Apply C of R, C of A, Radio Permit etc to DGCA

Aircraft Acceptance

AIRCRAFT FLEET AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT 3.3 AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT Need more Aircraft Available Apply for DGCA Permission Define
Aircraft Delivery
Aircraft Delivery
AIRCRAFT FLEET AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT 3.3 AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT Need more Aircraft Available Apply for DGCA Permission Define
Aircraft Available
Aircraft Available
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AIRCRAFT FLEET AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT 3.3.1 DGCA Aspect         Aircraft
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  • 3.3.1 DGCA Aspect

Aircraft Permit Certification of Registration Aircraft and Engine Type Certification Selcal Code Noise Certificate Mode S Code Radio Permit Certificate of Airworthiness

AIRCRAFT FLEET AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT 3.3.1 DGCA Aspect         Aircraft
AIRCRAFT FLEET AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT 3.3.1 DGCA Aspect         Aircraft
  • 3.3.2 TOR (Term Of Reference)

Used as Guidance for Aircraft Evaluation To Determine Type & Quantity of Aircraft will be Purchase or Leased To Determine Technically Specification of Aircraft, Engine, Interior Configuration, Compnents Installed, etc.

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AIRCRAFT FLEET AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT 3.3.2.1 Engine: Pratt & Whitney PT6A-27  With TBO : 3.500 hrs,
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3.3.2.1

Engine: Pratt & Whitney PT6A-27

With TBO : 3.500 hrs, max due 50% from TBO

Hot Section Inspection (HSI) 1.800 hrs, max due 50% from TBO.

Live Limit Part (LLP, hub,1 stage, disc,2 stage, disc,3 stage, impeller, disc, compressor turbine, power turbine disc,1 stage) max 50%.

Line Replaceable Units (LRU) / accesories part (starter gen, csu, fcu, etc.) max 50%.

or engine zero hrs.

3.3.2.2

Propeller: Hartzell HC-B3TN-3D

With TBO : 3.000 hrs / 5 year

Max due 50% from TBO

3.3.2.3

Landing Gear

With TBO : 12.000 hrs

Max due 50% from TBO

3.3.2.4

Airframe

Completed wingbox mod : 33.000 hrs.

Completed lower frame mod : 36.000 hrs

Completed corrosion prevention and control program (cpcp) 1 5

AD and SB compliants

All emma (1-48) inspection complated

Seat 19 passanger

Max empty weight 7.500 lbs

MTOW 12.500 lbs / 5.670 kgs

Cabin door air stair.

Folding seat / utility seat.

Long nose.

Brake Cleveland (new), mod 199-92 (stc sa1065gl) was complied with which changed the main wheel and brake assy to Cleveland wheel and brake assy with wheel assy p/n 040-21101,

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AIRCRAFT FLEET AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT 3.3.2.5 Avionics  2 ea VHF COM  2 ea VHF NAV
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3.3.2.5

Avionics

2 ea VHF COM

2 ea VHF NAV / VOR / ILS / Marker

Automatic Direction Finding (ADF)

HF COM

Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System (EGPWS) / a Terrain Awareness and Warning System (TAWS)

Traffic Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) / TAS

Cokpit Voice Recorder (CVR)

Emergency Location Transmiter (ELT) Kannad 406 Hz

Distance Measuring Eqipment (DME)

Global Position System (GPS)

Mode S transponder with encoder.

Clock

Magnetic compas

Dual cokpit configuration

Radio altimeter

Pilot & co pilot audio control

Pilot & co pilot his

Pilot & co pilot air speed indicator.

Pilot & co pilot horizon

Pilot & co pilot rmi

Pilot & co pilot audio altimeter

Cokpit speaker.

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AIRCRAFT FLEET AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT 3.3.2.6 Aircraft Data Required  Aircraft Componen status :  Engine(s) Componen
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  • 3.3.2.6 Aircraft Data Required

Aircraft Componen status :

Engine(s) Componen status :

a). LLP (Life Limit Part) status (1 stage compressor, 2 stage compressor, 3 stage compressor, Impellar, CT disc, Power Turbine disc). b). LRU (Line Replaceable Units) status (Accessories Part (Starter Generator, CSU -Constant Speed Unit, FCU -Fuel Control Unit etc) Part Status.

Airframe Status: Wingbox, Lower Frame Mod.

AD / SB Compliance Status.

CPCP (1 - 5) Inspection Status.

EMMA (1 - 48) Inspection Status.

Weight & Balance report.

Summary report Aircraft Maintenance Log for last 3(three) months.

3.3.3

LOI (Letter Of Intent)

An Initiate Binding Agreement Between Lesee and Lessor

Result of Preliminary Evaluation with Subject to Inspection Finding

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AIRCRAFT FLEET AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT 3.3.4 Aircraft Inspection Performed by an assigned Team Phisically Check of Recent
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  • 3.3.4 Aircraft Inspection

Performed by an assigned Team Phisically Check of Recent Aircraft Condition To Check and Confirm a Completeness of Aircraft Data, Engine & APU Data, Landing Gear Data, Maintenance Program, Peculiar Item, etc. Cost Evaluation, including of Aircraft Purchasing/Leasing Cost, Components Differences Cost, Maintenace Reserve, Regulation Accomplishment as long as Purchase/Lease of Aircraft.

  • 3.3.5 Aircraft Purchase / Lease Agreement

Final Agreement Between Seller and Buyer/Lesee and Lessor

Used as Rule Should be Obey for Both Between Seller and Buyer/Lesee and Lessor

Used as a Reference for Operation and Maintenance as long as Purchase/Lease of Aircraft.

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