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BN2 Islander Series Aircraft
Issue 1, 8 November 2011

European Aviation Safety Agency

EASA

TYPE-CERTIFICATE
DATA SHEET

EASA.A.388

BN2 Islander Series Aircraft

Type Certificate Holder:

Britten-Norman Aircraft Limited
The Airport,
Bembridge,
Isle of Wight
PO35 5PR

For Models:

Islander BN2A-8, -9, -20, -21, -26, -27
Islander BN2B-20, -21, -26, -27
Islander BN2T, -4R, -4S

Issue 1: 08 November 2011

Notes SECTION 5: Data Pertinent to all Models I.V. 8 November 2011 CONTENT SECTION 1: BN2A and BN2B A.TCDS EASA. Change Record . Acronyms II.I. Operating and Service Instructions C.388 Page 2 of 19 BN2 Islander Series Aircraft Issue 1.III.II.I. Certification Basis B. Operating and Service Instructions D.II.II. Technical Characteristics and Operational Limitations A.IV. Operating and Service Instructions B. Notes SECTION 3: BN2T-4R C.V. Technical Characteristics and Operational Limitations C.II. Certification Basis C.V.III.IV. Technical Characteristics and Operational Limitations B. Notes SECTION 4: BN2T-4S D. Notes SECTION 2: BN2T B. Technical Characteristics and Operational Limitations D.IV. General A.A. Notes ADMINISTRATIVE SECTION I.III.IV. General B. Type Certificate Holder Record III.III. Certification Basis D.V. General D. Operating and Service Instructions A. General C.I. General II.I. Certification Basis A.

UK CAA Certification Date: BN2A-8 13-07-1972 BN2A-9 25-05-1972 BN2A-20 16-07-1973 BN2A-21 07-12-1973 BN2A-26 07-06-1974 BN2A-27 16-08-1974 BN2B-20 09-10-1979 BN2B-21 10-12-1979 BN2B-26 02-04-1979 BN2B-27 02-04-1979 6. 8 November 2011 SECTION 1: BN2A and BN2B A.A.388 Page 3 of 19 BN2 Islander Series Aircraft Issue 1. Note 1) 4. Reserved 5.TCDS EASA. EASA Type Certification Date: see section 5.388 2. Data Sheet No. a) Type: BN2A BN2B b) Variant: BN2A-8 BN2A-9 BN2A-20 BN2A-21 BN2A-26 BN2A-27 BN2B-20 BN2B-21 BN2B-26 BN2B-27 3. II. General 1.I. II.: EASA A. Normal Category (see section 5. Airworthiness Category: Part 23. Note 2 .

Technical Characteristics and Operational Limitations 1.2 Chapter D4-5 paragraph 3.TCDS EASA. EASA Certification Basis 1. Type Design Definition: BN2A-8 NB-M-475 BN2A-9 NB-M-454 BN2A-20 NB-M-571 BN2A-21 NB-M-574 BN2A-26 NB-M-590 BN2A-27 NB-M-591 BN2B-20 NB-M-982 BN2B-21 NB-M-983 BN2B-26 NB-M-984 BN2B-27 NB-M-985 . BCAR Section K – Light Aeroplanes – Issue 1 dated 15 September 1966. except that D4-2 paragraph 3. dated 1 November 1963.III. 2. Special Conditions: None 4. Certification Basis: The following requirements were the basis of certification of the BN2A and BN2B type design: BCAR Section D – Aeroplanes – Issue 6. Reserved 5. sub-sections K2.2. D3.6. K5. Environmental Standards: ICAO Annex 16 Volume I (see EASA TCDSN A. sub-sections D1. Equivalent Safety Findings: None 6.A. is met with a 2 lb bird which is the equivalent of the BCAR Section K Chapter K4-2 paragraph 3. and D4.2.388 for details) A.388 Page 4 of 19 BN2 Islander Series Aircraft Issue 1.II.2. Requirements elected to comply: None 3. Non-compliance with the following requirements has been accepted: BCAR Section D – Aeroplanes Issue 6 Chapter D3-9 paragraph 5.2 requirements.2. 8 November 2011 A.1 Chapter D4-4 paragraph 3. bird impact requirement.2 Chapter D4-8 Appendix paragraph 8. K6 & K7.

-21.A.-6 HC-C2YK-2CUF/FC8477A-4 or…. Revision 3.90 m) Height 13 ft 8.31 m²) * When modification NB-M-364 Wing tip tank is incorporated. high wing Aircraft.18 m) Wing Area 325.-6 HC-C3YR-2UF/FC8468-8R for BN2B-26 and -27 with O-540-E4C5 engines. fixed landing gear. BN2B-20.-6 HC-C2YK-2CF/FC8477A-4 or…. 5. number of persons including crew not to exceed ten. The number is limited by spacing available in the cabin.15 m) Length 35 ft 7 in (10. Propellers: One of the following Hartzell Propeller types fitted to each engine: HC-C2YK-2B/8477-4 HC-C2YK-2B/C8477-4 or…. (modification NB-M-1772) . 3. dated 19th April 2010 4.-6 HC-C2YK-2B/C8477A-4 or…. (modification NB-M-1361) HC-C3YR-2UF/FC7693F for BN2B-20 and -21 with IO-540-K1B5 engines.-6 HC-C2YK-2C/C8477-4 or….7 in (4. Reserved: 7.92 m) Span * 53 ft 0 in (16.TCDS EASA. -26. Equipment: Master Minimum Equipment List Islander BN2A and BN2B. BN2B-26. metallic construction. -27. 8 November 2011 2.-6 HC-C2YK-2C/C8477A-4 or…. -27 or 2 Avco Lycoming IO-540-K1B5 (300hp) for BN2A-20.0 sq ft (31. Engines: 2 Avco Lycoming O-540-E4C5 (260hp) for BN2A-8.0 sq ft (30. Description: Twin engine. -9.388 Page 5 of 19 BN2 Islander Series Aircraft Issue 1. -21 6. Dimensions: Span 49 ft 0 in (14.20 m²) Wing Area * 337.

Maximum Masses: Variant Maximum Weight for: Taxiing + Take-off Landing Zero Fuel BN2A-8 6300 lb (2858 kg) 6300 lb (2858 kg) 6150 lb (2789 kg) BN2A-9 6300 lb (2858 kg) 6300 lb (2858 kg) 6100 lb (2767 kg) BN2A-20 6600 lb (2994 kg) 6300 lb (2858 kg) 6300 lb (2858 kg) BN2A-21 6600 lb (2994 kg) 6300 lb (2858 kg) 6200 lb (2812 kg) BN2A-26 6600 lb (2994 kg) 6300 lb (2858 kg) 6300 lb (2858 kg) BN2A-27 6600 lb (2994 kg) 6300 lb (2858 kg) 6200 lb (2812 kg) BN2B-20.27 6600 lb (2994 kg) 6600 lb (2994 kg) 6200 lb (2812 kg) A. supplement 10 for BCAR ops.TCDS EASA. BN2B-20 FM/41 BN2B-21 FM/41 including Supplement 1. BN2B-26 FM/40 BN2B-27 FM/40 including Supplement 1. Aircraft Maintenance Manual (AMM): Document No. MM/1 Volumes 1. BN2A-20 FM/9 BN2A-21 FM/9 incl. BN2A-26 FM/7 BN2A-27 FM/7 incl. or later.388 Page 6 of 19 BN2 Islander Series Aircraft Issue 1.V. Operating and Service Instructions 1. Notes None. . MS/1 A. . Aircraft Flight Manual (AFM): Aircraft Flight Manual (AFM) BN2A-8 FM/7 BN2A-9 FM/7 incl. or later. . BN2A-9 FM/2 with revision 1008.26 6600 lb (2994 kg) 6600 lb (2994 kg) 6300 lb (2858 kg) BN2B-21. BN2A-8 FM/2 with revision 1008.IV. 2.A. supplement 17 for BCAR ops. 2 and 3 3. Maintenance Schedule (MS): Document No. 8 November 2011 8. supplement 17 for BCAR ops.

Note 2 B. UK CAA Certification Date: 11/04/1985 6. dated 1 November 1963. II.388 2. . K5. and D4. sub sections K1. sub-sections D3. BCAR Section R – Radio – Issue 4. Airworthiness Category: Part 23. K2. dated 10 November 1978. a) Type: BN2T b) Variant: Not Applicable 3. dated 10 April 1974.2. dated 15 September 1966. Reserved 5.388 Page 7 of 19 BN2 Islander Series Aircraft Issue 1.I. is met with a 2 lb bird which is the equivalent of the BCAR Section K Chapter K4-2 paragraph 3. II. except that D4-2 paragraph 3. 8 November 2011 SECTION 2: BN2T B. BCAR Section J – Electrical – Issue 3.II. Certification Basis: The following requirements were the basis of certification of the BN2T type design: BCAR Section D – Aeroplanes – Issue 6. EASA Type Certification Date: see section 5. Certification Basis 1. BCAR Blue Papers: 673. K6 and K7. General 1. Note 1) 4. BCAR Section K – Light Aeroplanes – Issue 6. bird impact requirement.A.2 requirement.2. Data Sheet No.: EASA A.TCDS EASA. Normal Category (see section 5.2. dated 10 April 1974. 10 March 1978: Pilot Intercommunication In Light Aeroplanes. BCAR Section N – Noise – Issue 2.

Reserved 5.90 m) Height 14 ft 5.700 kg maximum authorised weight. 3. 1 Feb 1972: Unprotected Starter Circuits in Aircraft not exceeding 12. 82. 76. Issue 1. 7 June 1973: Electrical Generation Systems – Aircraft not exceeding 5. 6. Engines: 2 Allison 250-B17C engines rated at 320 shp . CAA Airworthiness Notices: 33. 3.20 m²) 5. Special Conditions: None.92 m) Length 35 ft 7 in (10. Type Design Definition: NB-M-1218 2.2 in (4.0 sq ft (30. Issue 3. Description: Twin engine. high wing Aircraft. metallic construction.A. 2.TCDS EASA. Requirements elected to comply: None. The number is limited by spacing available in the cabin.45 m) Wing Area 325. Environmental Standards: ICAO Annex 16 Volume I (see EASA TCDSN A. Technical Characteristics and Operational Limitations 1.388 Page 8 of 19 BN2 Islander Series Aircraft Issue 1. fixed landing gear. Equipment: Master Minimum Equipment List Islander BN2T. 1 April 1980: Power Supply Systems for Aircraft Radio Installations.388 for details) B.500 lb. number of persons including crew not to exceed ten. Equivalent Safety Findings: None. Issue 3. 19 Sept 1979: Amendments to Section K to achieve consistency with section N. Dimensions: Span 49 ft 0 in (14. Revision 3 dated 19th April 2010 4.III. 8 November 2011 738. 4.

Propellers: 2 Hartzell HC-C3YF-5F/FC8475FK-6 8. Maximum Masses: Variant Maximum Weight for: Taxiing + Take-off Landing Zero Fuel BN2T (NB-M-1104) 6600 lb (2994 kg) 6600 lb (2994 kg) 6300 lb (2858 kg) BN2T (NB-M-1218) 7000 lb (3175 kg) 6800 lb (3084 kg) 6600 lb (2994 kg) B. 8 November 2011 6. Maintenance Schedule (MS): Document No. Operating and Service Instructions 1. Notes None. Aircraft Maintenance Manual (AMM): Document No.IV. Reserved 7. MM/4 Volume 1 3.388 Page 9 of 19 BN2 Islander Series Aircraft Issue 1. Aircraft Flight Manual (AFM): FM/100 2.TCDS EASA. .A. MS/5 B.V.

dated 10 April 1974 sub-section K1. -4.2. UK CAA Certification Date: 28/06/1991 6. 2-8 paras 4 and 6. 7).629.388 2. 2-10 para 4. Certification Basis 1. Paragraphs 23.2 requirement.II. BCAR Section R – Radio – Issue 4. Reserved 5.TCDS EASA. BCAR Section N – Noise – Issue 5.471 to 23.1-3. K2 (except K2-2. JAR 23 – Normal. II.: EASA A.511 inclusive and 23. Airworthiness Category: Part 23.2 bird impact requirement.2. dated 10 April 1974 BCAR 23 Light Aeroplanes – Issue 1. dated 1 November 1963.388 Page 10 of 19 BN2 Islander Series Aircraft Issue 1. Utility. II. Note 2 C. EASA Type Certification Date: see section 5. K5. BCAR Section K – Light Aeroplanes . Normal Category (see section 5.5.Issue 6. 8 November 2011 SECTION 3: BN2T-4R C.2 paragraph 3. a) Type: BN2T-4R b) Variant: Not Applicable 3.I. is met with a 2 lb bird which is the equivalent of the BCAR Section K Chapter 4.A. sub-sections D3 (except D3-5) and D4. Certification Basis: The following requirements were the basis of certification of the BN2T-4R type design:- BCAR Section D – Aeroplanes – Issue 6. dated 1 August 1990. Aerobatic and . Note 1) 4. K6 and K7 (except K7-5. Data Sheet No. dated December 1987. except that D4-2 paragraph 3. -5). General 1.

33. 23. Safety Belts & Harnesses. K741. 23. Issue 1.TCDS EASA. 2 Oct 1981: Mandatory Modifications & Inspections. Issue 4. K775.1587. 45. Issue 1. CAA Airworthiness Notices: 5.(a)(6) and (c)(1) to (c)(4) inclusive and 23. 5 April 1982: Powerplant Installations cooling system. 1April 1972: Tyre Wear Limitations. . K706. 23. Issue 8. 2 Oct 1981: Maintenance of Cockpit & Cabin Combustion Heaters and their associated Exhaust Systems. 1 Nov 1983: Software Management. 39.149. Issue 9. 23.45-23. 647. 1 Feb 1972: Unprotected Starter Circuits in Aircraft not exceeding 12. 19 Sept 1979: Amendments to Archive Consistency with Section N. 10 March 1978: Pilot Intercommunication In Light Aeroplanes. 36. 16 Sept 1988: Selection of Procurement of Electronic Components. 1 Nov 1983: Acceptance of Aeronautical Parts. 8 November 2011 Commuter category Aeroplanes – Draft Issue 4: 23. 673.500 lb. Issue 1. 738. 18 April 1984: Autopilots and Flight Directors.177(b). Issue 1.1583(c)(3). Issue 3. Issue 1. 20 July 1979: Internal Emergency Lighting System. 31 August 1988: Electrical Supply. 40. Systems & Equipment (replacing BCAR Section J). 11. 42. Issue 8. 21 Nov 1979: Seats.A. BCAR Blue Papers – K600.77 inclusive. 1 July 1986: Software Management & Certification Guidelines. 5 April 1982: Installations Assumptions involved in engine certification.1585(a)(3). 45A. 23. 1 August 1979: Gyroscopic Rate of Turn Indicators.147 (b). 1 Nov 1966: Carbon Monoxide Contamination in Aircraft.388 Page 11 of 19 BN2 Islander Series Aircraft Issue 1. 731. 41.

24 Sept 1979: Diagonal Shoulder Harness 2.388 for details) . Issue 3. 76. 58. Issue 1. 92. CAA Specifications: No. 1 Feb 1962: Safety Harnesses. 75. 8 November 2011 53. Issue 2. 5 Oct 1973: Routine Maintenance of Propeller Blades. Circuit Breakers. Requirements elected to comply: None. Issue 1. Issue 3. Reserved 5. 3.700 kg maximum authorised weight. 54. 91. 4. 1 Nov 1983: Communications Transmitters in the VHF Radio Frequency Band 118 . 26 June 1970: Vertical Speed Indicators on Imported aircraft. 3. No. 26 June 1970: Instruments with unusual presentations. 82. 6 Nov 1987: Failure of Mechanical Products inc. Issue 2. 55. 15 Jan 1981: Cargo Containment. Issue 1. Issue 1. 10 July 1953: Tests for Seats with safety belts attached. Issue 5. Special Conditions: None. Environmental Standards: ICAO Annex 16 Volume I (see EASA TCDSN A.A. Issue 9. 4. Issue 1. Issue 1. 1 April 1980: Power Supply Systems for Aircraft Radio Installations.388 Page 12 of 19 BN2 Islander Series Aircraft Issue 1. Issue 2. 1 April 1983: Overhaul & Inspection Requirements for Variable Pitch Propellers. 24 Sept 1979: Safety Belts. Issue 2. 7 June 1973: Electrical Generation Systems – Aircraft not exceeding 5. 6. 1. 66. No.137MHz. 18 Oct 1972: Aircraft Insurance. 87. 10 Dec 1986: Flame Resistant Furnishing Materials. Issue 4. Equivalent Safety Findings: None. No. 13.TCDS EASA.

Maintenance Schedule (MS) Document No.388 Page 13 of 19 BN2 Islander Series Aircraft Issue 1. Aircraft Maintenance Manual (AMM) Document No. Maximum Masses: Variant Maximum Weight for: Taxiing + Take-off Landing Zero Fuel BN2T-4R 8500 lb (3855 kg) 8500 lb (3855 kg) 8300 lb (3764 kg) C. MS/6 C. Technical Characteristics and Operational Limitations 1. Propellers: 2 Hartzell HC-C3YF-5F/FC7818K 8. Reserved 7.III. number of persons including crew not to exceed ten. 3. 8 November 2011 C. Operating and Service Instructions 1. dated 19 April 2010 4. Type Design Definition: NB-M-1359 Appendix 1 (S/N C2143 and C2115 only). high wing Aircraft. Aircraft Flight Manual (AFM) FM/400 2. Revision 3.0 sq ft (30.90 m) Height 13 ft 7. fixed landing gear. metallic construction. Equipment: Master Minimum Equipment List Islander BN2T.92 m) Length 35 ft 7 in (10. Notes None . Description: Twin engine.TCDS EASA. MM/4 Volume 1 3.IV. Engines: 2 Allison 250-B17F/1 6.15 m) Wing Area 325. The number is limited by spacing available in the cabin.V. 2.25 in (4.20 m²) 5. Dimensions: Span 49 ft 0 in (14.A.

8 November 2011 SECTION 4: BN2T-4S D. Note 1) 4.2. except that D4-2 paragraph 3. dated 10 April 1974.Issue 5. BCAR Section R – Radio . EASA Type Certification Date: see section 5. BCAR Section K – Light Aeroplanes . but D requires compliance at cruise speeds as well as climb and descent. dated 10 April 1974. BCAR Section N – Noise .I. Note 2 D.2 bird impact.2. BCAR 23 – Light Aeroplanes – Issue 1. sub-sections K1.388 2. Certification Basis: The following requirements were the basis of certification of the BN2T 4S type design: BCAR Section D – Aeroplanes – Issue 6. in lieu of the 4lb bird. Data Sheet No. K5.388 Page 14 of 19 BN2 Islander Series Aircraft Issue 1. See JAR 23 below for replacement requirements. Airworthiness Category: Part 23.II.A. . Reserved 5. Normal Category (see section 5. is to be met with a 2 lb bird.Issue 6. II. K2. II. This is the bird mass considered in BCAR Section K4-2 Paragraph 3. a) Type: BN2T-4S b) Variant: Not Applicable 3. K6 and K7. dated 1 November 1963. UK CAA Certification Date: 15/11/1995 6.: EASA A. See BCAR 23 and JAR 23 below for replacement requirements. sub-sections D3 and D4. Certification Basis 1.2. dated 1 August 1990.TCDS EASA.Issue 4. General 1.

177(b) in lieu of BCAR K2-8. In lieu of BCAR Section K chapters K2-2. 5 April 1982: Powerplant Installations . 23.45 to 23. K2-4. 4.5 and K2-10. In lieu of: BCAR Section D (Issue 6) Chapter D4-3 Paragraph 5. CAA letter 13 March 1991). ii) Handling Employ: JAR 23. K2-8.811 Emergency Exit marking.388 Page 15 of 19 BN2 Islander Series Aircraft Issue 1. 3. Utility. 4. JAR 23.629 is employed in lieu of D3-9. i) Flutter Paragraph 23. JAR 23 Normal. 6.147(b) and 23.471 to 23.1 respectively. 21 Nov 1979: Seats. 23. iv) Brakes Employ: JAR 23.735 in lieu of: BCAR D4-5.1583(c)(3).831 Ventilation. 8 November 2011 dated December 1987.51.511 are Employed in lieu of D3-5.807 Emergency Exits. Note BCAR 23.1585(a)(3). K2-3. iii) Emergency Exits and Ventilation Employ: JAR 23.5.149 invoked by 23. 7 and BCAR Blue Paper K789.1585 relevant to the attainment of scheduled performance (ie 23.Cooling Systems. No 647.77 and 23. dated 5 November 1993 (see AAN 24419).69 and 23.TCDS EASA. BCAR Blue Papers No K600. Safety Belts and Harnesses . (a)(6) and (c)(1) to (4) inclusive and 23.1583 and 23.1587 together with the parts of JAR 23. 23. JAR 23.75.149.2 Emergency Exits and D4-3 Paragraph 7 Ventilation. EFIS requirements contained in CAA letter 9/40: 34-22-02/BKL.A. (Ref. K2-5 and paragraph K7-5. Aerobatic and Commuter category Aeroplanes (Draft Issue 4 dated January 1992): i) Performance aspects Employ: JAR 23.

A. CAA Airworthiness Notices: 5. Issue 1. 45.388 Page 16 of 19 BN2 Islander Series Aircraft Issue 1. Issue 2. 58. 26 June 1970: Instruments with unusual presentations. Issue 3. Issue 1. 39. 33. 75. Issue 4. System and Equipment (Replaces BCAR Section J). Issue 9. 42. 1 April 1983: Overhaul & Inspection Requirements for Variable Pitch Propellers. No 738. 55. Issue 11. 5 April 1982: Installation Assumptions involved in Engine Certification. No K775. 1 April 1972: Tyre Wear Limitations. Issue 1.500 lb. 1 July 1986: Software Management & Certification Guidelines. 26 June 1970: Vertical Speed Indicators on Imported aircraft. Issue 4. 45A. 1 Feb 1972: Unprotected Starter Circuits in aircraft not exceeding 12. 36. 40. 8 November 2011 No 673. 1 August 1979: Gyroscopic Rate of Turn indicators. 16 Sept 1988: Selection of Procurement of Electronic Components. 19 Sept 1979: Amendments to achieve consistency with Section N No K741. Issue 1. 18 Oct 1972: Aircraft Insurance. 66. Issue 1. 2 Oct 1981: Maintenance of Cockpit & Cabin Combustion Heaters and their associated Exhaust Systems. Issue 8. No K706. . 5 Oct 1973: Routine Maintenance of Propeller Blades. 54. 20 July 1979: Internal Emergency Lighting System. 5 Nov 1993: Mandatory Modifications & Inspections. 31 August 1988: Electrical Supply. 10 March 1978: Pilot Intercommunication in Light Aeroplanes. 41.TCDS EASA. Issue 1. 1 Nov 1983: Software Management. Issue 1. No 731. Issue 2. 10 Dec 1986: Flame Resistant Furnishing Materials. 53. 18 April 1984: Autopilots and Flight Directors. 1 Nov 1966: Carbon Monoxide Contamination in Aircraft.

1 April 1980: Power Supply Systems for Aircraft Radio Installations.III. Issue 3. 25 Oct 1994: Communications Transmitters in the VHF Radio Frequency Band 118-137MHz. 10 July 1953: Tests for Seats with safety belts attached. Issue 1. Issue 1.388 for details) D. metallic construction. 4. 13. Issue 3. The number is limited by spacing available in the cabin.TCDS EASA. Technical Characteristics and Operational Limitations 1. Requirements elected to comply: None. 1. Issue 1. 87. No. 6. No. high wing Aircraft. 4.388 Page 17 of 19 BN2 Islander Series Aircraft Issue 1. Issue 1. Type Design Definition: NB-M-1545 2. 3. Revision 3. 7 June 1973: Electrical Generation Systems – Aircraft not exceeding 5. Issue 2. Environmental Standards: ICAO Annex 16 Volume I (see EASA TCDSN A. Reserved 5. 24 Sept 1979: Diagonal Shoulder Harness 2. Issue 3.700 kg maximum authorised weight. Equipment: Master Minimum Equipment List Islander BN2T-4S. 1 Feb 1962: Safety Harnesses. CAA Specifications: No. 92. number of persons including crew not to exceed ten. Issue 5.A. 82. 3. Description: Twin engine. 91. No. 24 Sept 1979: Safety Belts. Equivalent Safety Findings: None. 6 Nov 1987: Failure of Mechanical Products inc. 15 Jan 1981: Cargo Containment. 3. Special Conditions: None. Circuit Breakers. dated 3 April 2010 . fixed landing gear. 8 November 2011 76.

TCDS EASA.IV. Maintenance Schedule: AMSP/2T-4S 4. Maximum Masses: Variant Maximum Weight for: Taxiing + Take-off Landing Zero Fuel BN2T-4S 8500 lb (3855 kg) 8500 lb (3855 kg) 8300 lb (3764 kg) D. Dimensions: Span 53 ft 0 in (16. Engines: 2 Allison 250-B17F/1 (400shp) 6. . 8 November 2011 4.31 m) Height 14 ft 4.V. Aircraft Maintenance Manual (AMM): AMP/2T-4S 3. Aircraft Flight Manual (AFM): AFM/2T-4S 2.388 Page 18 of 19 BN2 Islander Series Aircraft Issue 1. Service Information and Service Bulletins: SB190 – 5 year structural inspection D.37 m) Wing Area 351 sq ft (32.61 m²) 5. Propellers: 2 Hartzell HC-C3YF-5F/FC7818K 8.A. Reserved 7.15 m) Length 40 ft 5 in (12.1 in (4. Operating and Service Instructions 1. Notes None.

A. Normal Category (see also Note 1 below) 2. 8 November 2011 Section 5: Data Pertinent to all Models: I. The mentioned models and variants were transferred to EASA under the provisions of Commission Regulation 1702/2003.A. Manufacturer: Britten-Norman Aircraft Limited The Airport Bembridge Isle of Wight PO 35 5PR II. Notes: Note 1: The original CAA UK TCDS BA8 used the term “Certification Category” for operational classifications against British rules as follows: Transport Category (Passenger) except for BN2T-4R which are Aerial Work Category.C. General: 1. Note 3: Islander BN2T-2 and BN2T-2R variants are not transferred from the UK CAA TCDS BA8 Issue 13.S.D.TCDS EASA. Airworthiness Category: Part 23. Acronyms II. T. Change Record Change Record Issue Date Changes 1 8 November 2011 Initial Issue .A. Note 2: This EASA TCDS is based on the original UK C. Type Certificate Holder Record III.388 Page 19 of 19 BN2 Islander Series Aircraft Issue 1. BA8 Issue 13. ADMINISTRATIVE SECTION I.