The BN2 Islander is a light twin-engine aircraft from the British company Britten-Norman. It occupies an important place in the business aviation segment and is one of the best-selling light aircraft of Western European production. The prototype’s first flight took place in 1965; a few years later, it was put into service. At present, the aircraft is widely used in many countries for short-range flights in the private aviation segment. For example, a charter on the BN2 Islander allows you to travel from Philadelphia to Cleveland, Houston to Dallas, Chicago to Kansas City in the shortest possible time.
Charter a Britten-Norman BN-2 Islander private jet:
The BN2 Islander, unlike previous models, has blister portholes, fixed landing gear with two leading wheels, a rugged airframe, and three doors on either side of the fuselage. In addition, modern avionics, hydraulic pump drive, and powerful piston engines Textron Lycoming O-540-E4C5 are worth mentioning. Several aircraft modifications were produced, one of them, BN-2A Mk III Trislander with a third engine in the tail and a longer fuselage.
The cabin of the BN2 Islander is perfectly equipped for leisure or work. Amenities include entertainment systems and leather seats.
Britten-Norman BN-2 Islander General Characteristics
- Passenger capacity: up to 9
- Range: 503 nm
- Max Cruise Speed: 139 kts
- Cabin length: 10 ft
- Cabin width: 3.58 ft
- Cabin height: 4.17 ft