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Based in Bembridge, Isle of Wight, United Kingdom, Britten-Norman is a popular British producer of small civilian and military utility aircraft. Since its establishment in 1953, Britten-Norman has manufactured 1,250 aircraft for customers spanning 120 nations. Privately owned by the Zawawi family from the Sultanate of Oman since 2006, Britten-Norman is the UK’s last independent commercial aircraft manufacturer.
By offering low direct operating costs and requiring minimal maintenance, Britten-Norman’s aircraft are designed for short-haul operations to out-of-the-way locations. The company’s fleet of twin and triple turboprop airplanes are capable of performing varied missions for customers, such as crop-spraying, water-bombing, air taxi, charter services, VIP/executive transport, para-dropping, and law enforcement. All Britten-Norman aircraft are able to execute short take-off and landing (STOL) missions-cementing their popularity for British inter-island hopping.
Since 1969, Britten-Norman has its airplanes license-built by Romania’s Intreprinderea de Reparat Material Aeronautic (IRMA), which would then be flown “green” to the Bembridge headquarters for final completion.
Britten-Norman produces the following models:

    Britten-Norman BN-2 Islander: Premiering in 1965, the Islander is powered by two 260 horsepower Lycoming O-540-E4C flat 6-piston engines. Sensing a market for small utility airplanes, Britten-Norman developed the simple, cost-efficient Islander with a minimal capital cost per saleable seat for short haul applications.

    Britten-Norman Defender: The Defender is a militarized, stretched variant of the Islander. Powered by two 400 horsepower Rolls-Royce 250-17F/1 turboprop engines, the latest Defender 4000 reconnaissance model is equipped with a Seaspray 700E surveillance radar, and the Titan 385 multi-sensor turret. The Defender can patrol an area spanning 7000 square kilometers for 8 hours before refueling. In 2003, the British Army solicited 7 units of the Defender 4000 to be used by the Army Air Corps in Northern Ireland. The Defender 4000 is the only fixed-wing aircraft in active service with the British Army.

    Britten-Norman BN-2A Mk III Trislander: A trio of 260 horsepower Lycoming O-540-E4C5 six-piston engines power the Trislander commuter airliner. Like the Defender, the Trislander is also derivative of the Islander. The Trislander differs from the Islander due to its 90-inch stretch, enhanced rear fuselage and undercarriage, and the inclusion of a 3rd Lycoming engine mounted atop a larger tailfin.

Today, Britten-Norman takes in roughly US$19.7 million in revenues.

Britten Norman: BN-2B-21

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Britten Norman: BN-2T ISLANDER

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