OUR AIRCRAFT

Aircair Moree, operate a fleet of Airtractor aircraft, including:

Aircair’s AT400, VH-ACQ is the only one of its type in Australia. Imported new in 1980, this aircraft has been the flagship of the fleet for as long as Aircair has been operating. In fact, it was the first turbine ag aircraft to operate commercially in Australia. It is powered by a Pratt & Whitney PT6A-15AG engine (680 SHP) and has a hopper capacity of 1500 litres. 1 x AT400
Since the late 80s, the mainstay of the Aircair fleet has been the AT502/AT502B. This aircraft type has proven itself as probably the most versatile ag aircraft in production. It is a mid-size, turbine powered aircraft that can operate from airstrips that larger aircraft cannot, and is able to work in the vicinity of powerlines where larger aircraft cannot. Aircair’s AT502s are powered by the 750 SHP Pratt & Whitney PT6A-34AG engine and have a hopper capacity of 1892 litres.   In 2011, Aircair purchased the prototype AT504. The AT504 is essentially the same aircraft as the AT502 except that it has side-by-side seating for two and has dual controls, making it the ideal training platform for upcoming pilots. We believe it will revolutionize Agricultural Pilot training and at the same time is just as productive as the AT502.
6 x AT502/AT504
The AT802 is the largest Ag aircraft in production. Aircair’s AT802s are powered by the Pratt & Whitney PT6A-67AG engine which delivers an impressive 1350 SHP. The AT802 has a hopper capacity of 3100 litres. These aircraft can accomplish a lot in one day, however they do require good quality airstrips with their increased width, weight and take-off run. The AT802 is a well respected Fire Bombing aircraft, otherwise known as a Single Engine Air Tanker (SEAT) and Aircair’s AT 802s are equipped with Government Radio Network (GRN) radios and other necessary equipment so that they can be utilized by the NSW Rural Fire Service on a Call When Needed (CWN) basis.
4 x AT-802F

All aircraft are turbine powered, Satloc GPS equipped with flow control and data logging equipment. Our aircraft have been pattern tested for both liquid applications (spraying) and solid applications (spreading). To cope with demand during busy periods, Aircair often source other aircraft from all parts of Australia as needed.

Light aircraft/helicopter

Aircair has a Cessna 182P, Cessna 185F and a Robinson R22 Beta2.  Aircair Aviation do not offer these aircraft for charter or aerial work, however they can be made available for private hire by arrangement.