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Pacific PAC-1 Airliner Project

hesham

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Hi,

the Pacific Airmotive Corporation designed the PAC-1 a commuter
airliner aircraft Project,it could carry 28-seat and powered by two
680 hp P&W PT6A-27 turboprops.

http://www.flightglobal.com/PDFArchive/View/1969/1969%20-%200538.html
 

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Hi,

this aircraft Project is never mentioned in Aerofiles site;

http://www.aerofiles.com/_pa.html
 

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My dear Apophenia,

here is the GAC-100,offered with two or four engines.

http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,15215.msg18342.html#msg18342
 

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! ! I don't remember perhaps from "aw&st"
 

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Nice find my dear Toura,

but I search on AW archive,nothing.
 

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toura said:
! ! I don't remember perhaps from "aw&st"
This is typically a three-view drawing from Air International.

Couldn't find much on the PAC-1 besides these images. Apparently the company was initially founded by John W. Myers in Burbank, California, to retrofit North American T-28 Trojans as the Nomad Mk. I and Mk. II general-purpose planes, starting in 1958. They also did a custom 13-seat conversion of the Beech 18 to commuter/executive transport as the Tradewind.

The PAC-1 evolved (considerably) into the General Aircraft GAC-100, circa 1968, which in turn led to the Commuter Aircraft CAC-100 project of 1981. The latter two companies were run by Dr. Lynn L. Bollinger (who originally co-founded the Helio company).
 
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