The Jetstream 41, a twin-turboprop regional airliner or feederliner, stands as a testament to British Aerospace’s commitment to competing with contemporary counterparts like the Saab 340 or Dornier 328. The genesis of this aircraft traces back to the successful Jetstream 31, prompting British Aerospace to embark on developments in the late 1980s. This evolution involved a redesign of the fuselage and wings, with extensions to these elements compared to its predecessor.
Innovatively, a low-wing configuration was incorporated to augment baggage space, complemented by wing-mounted twin Allied Signal TPE331 powerplants. The resulting aircraft, named Jetstream 41, took flight in 1992 and boasted a seating capacity of up to 29 passengers.
Red Box proudly presents an extensive array of ground power and support equipment meticulously crafted for the British Aerospace Jetstream 41 aircraft. Our offerings include purpose-built tugs, ground power units, start power units and more, tailored precisely to meet the requirements of the Jetstream 41.
This comprehensive range encompasses the popular 747C tug. Furthermore, for added convenience, our TC3000 range provides a versatile combination of start and continuous power in one unit designed specifically for the British Aerospace Jetstream 41 aircraft.