SPECIFICATIONS of the STRATOS 714


The following sections contain general specifications, B & CA Specs, and more for the Stratos 714.

 

Flying high above the weather at FL 410, the Stratos 714 can traverse the United States from Miami to Seattle in seven hours flight time against 50 knot headwinds, with a single stop and a full payload. Until now, no personal aircraft could accomplish this feat.

To achieve speeds in excess of 400 knots with an NBAA IFR range of 1,500 nautical miles, the Stratos exploits the full potential of advanced technology, space age materials and cutting edge manufacturing techniques. The result is an aircraft that is uniquely suited to transport four people in cabin-class comfort at speeds and ranges that no other aircraft can match for its size or acquisition cost.

Stratos 714 General Specifications


The Stratos 714 is a Very Light Jet (VLJ) designed to meet the needs of a growing number of performance-oriented aviators who demand more speed and more range in an owner-flown aircraft.

 
Stratos 714 specifications
Type of CertificationFAR 23,Single pilot, VFR day/night, IFR, Known icing conditions
PropulsionPratt & Whitney Canada JT15D-5
Takeoff Thrust2,900 lbs12.9 Kn
External Dimensions
Height9.8 ft3.0 m
Wing Span40.5 ft12.3 m
Length35.8 ft10.9 m
Cabin Dimensions
Cabin Height (max)4.8 ft146 cm
Cabin Width (max)4.7 ft143 cm
Cabin Length9.5 ft290 cm
Volume160 cu ft4.5 m3
Take off to 50 ft, MTOW,1,970 ft600 m
Sea level, ISA Std day
Landing from 50 ft, MLW,2,240 ft683 m
Sea level, ISA Std day
Stall Speed63 Knots117 Km/h
Max Cruise (at 30,000 ft / 9144 m)415 KTAS769 Km/h
Time to Climb to FL 37017 min.
Service Ceiling41,000 ft12,500 m
Range with 4 Occupants (NBAA IFR)1,500 nm2779 Km
Range w/100 nm alternate)402 KTAS744 Km/h
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Stratos 714 General Specifications


The Stratos 714 is a Very Light Jet (VLJ) designed to meet the needs of a growing number of performance-oriented aviators who demand more speed and more range in an owner-flown aircraft.

Stratos 714 specifications
Type of CertificationFAR 23,Single pilot, VFR day/night, IFR, Known icing conditions
PropulsionPratt & Whitney Canada JT15D-5
Takeoff Thrust2,900 lbs12.9 Kn
External Dimensions
Height9.8 ft3.0 m
Wing Span40.5 ft12.3 m
Length35.8 ft10.9 m
Cabin Dimensions
Cabin Height (max)4.8 ft146 cm
Cabin Width (max)4.7 ft143 cm
Cabin Length9.5 ft290 cm
Volume160 cu ft4.5 m3
Take off to 50 ft, MTOW,1,970 ft600 m
Sea level, ISA Std day
Landing from 50 ft, MLW,2,240 ft683 m
Sea level, ISA Std day
Stall Speed63 Knots117 Km/h
Max Cruise (at 30,000 ft / 9144 m)415 KTAS769 Km/h
Time to Climb to FL 37017 min.
Service Ceiling41,000 ft12,500 m
Range with 4 Occupants (NBAA IFR)1,500 nm2779 Km
Range w/100 nm alternate)402 KTAS744 Km/h
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Stratos 714 General Specifications


The Stratos 714 is a Very Light Jet (VLJ) designed to meet the needs of a growing number of performance-oriented aviators who demand more speed and more range in an owner-flown aircraft.

Stratos 714 specifications
Type of CertificationFAR 23,Single pilot, VFR day/night, IFR, Known icing conditions
PropulsionPratt & Whitney Canada JT15D-5
Takeoff Thrust2,900 lbs12.9 Kn
External Dimensions
Height9.8 ft3.0 m
Wing Span40.5 ft12.3 m
Length35.8 ft10.9 m
Cabin Dimensions
Cabin Height (max)4.8 ft146 cm
Cabin Width (max)4.7 ft143 cm
Cabin Length9.5 ft290 cm
Volume160 cu ft4.5 m3
Take off to 50 ft, MTOW,1,970 ft600 m
Sea level, ISA Std day
Landing from 50 ft, MLW,2,240 ft683 m
Sea level, ISA Std day
Stall Speed63 Knots117 Km/h
Max Cruise (at 30,000 ft / 9144 m)415 KTAS769 Km/h
Time to Climb to FL 37017 min.
Service Ceiling41,000 ft12,500 m
Range with 4 Occupants (NBAA IFR)1,500 nm2779 Km
Range w/100 nm alternate)402 KTAS744 Km/h
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Business & Commercial Aviation Specifications


Manufacturer Model Stratos Aircraft Inc Stratos 714
Equipped PriceTo be announced
CharacteristicsSeating 1+3/5
Wing Loading43 lb/ft22.0 kpa
Thrust Loading2.48 lb/lbf
DimensionsExternalLength35.8 ft10.9 m
Height9.8 ft3.0 m
Span40.5 ft12.3 m
InternalLength9.5 ft290 cm
Height/Dropped Aisle Depth4.8 ft/NA146 cm/NA
Width4.7 ft143 cm
BaggageInternal: ft3/lb--
External: ft3/lb9 / -255 dm3/ -kg
EngineP&WC PW535E
Output/flat rating (°C)3,360 lbf/ISA+27°14.0 kN/ISA+27˚
Inspection Interval5,000 hrs
WeightsMax.ramp8,455 lbs3,835 kg
Max.takeoff8,421 lbs3,820 kg
Max.landing8,000 lbs3,629 kg
Max.zero fuel6,261 lbs2,820 kg
BOW5,035 lbs2,284 kg
Max.payload1,180 lbs535 kg
Useful load3,386 lbs1,536 kg
Max. fuel2,619 lbs1,188 kg
Available payload with max. fuel766 lbs348 kg
Available fuel with executive payload2,205 lbs1,000 kg
LimitsMmo0.7
Trans Alt. FL/VMO FL285/272 kts8.69 km/504 km/h
PSI8.33 psi57 kPa
Airport PerformanceTOFL (SL elev./ISA temp)
TOFL (5,000 ft. elev.@25°C)
2,090 ft
3,400 ft
637 m
1,036 m
Mission Weight8,421 lbs3,820 kg
NBAA IFR Range1,567 nm2,902 km
V2104 kts193 km/h
VREF90 kts166 km/h
Landing distance1,510 ft460 m
ClimbTime to altitude17 mins to FL 37017 mins to 11.3 km
FAR25 Engine-Out Rate
FAR25 Engine-Out Gradient
N/A
N/A
CeilingsCertificated41,000 ft12.50 km
All Engine Service41,000 ft12.50 km
Engine-Out ServiceN/AN/A
Max. sea-level cabin21,500 ft6,500 m
CruiseLong rangeTAS318 kts590 km/h
Fuel flow354 lb/h
AltitudeFL 41012.50 km
Specific range0.80 nm/lb1.76 nm/kg
High SpeedTAS402 kts744 km/h
Fuel flow502 lbs/h228 kg/h
AltitudeFL 41012.50 km
Specific range0.75 nm/lb1.66 nm/kg
NBAA IFR
(100 nm alternate)
Max payload with available fuelRange1,178 nm2,182 km
Average speed368 kts681 km/h
Trip fuel1,567 lb732 kg
AltitudeFL 41012.50 km
Specific range0.75 nm/lb1.66 nm/kg
Max.fuel with available payloadRange1,579 nm2,924 km
Average speed 376 kts 696 km/h
Trip fuel2,012 lb913 kg
AltitudeFL 41012.50 km
Specific range0.79 nm/lb1.73 nm/kg
Four occupants with available fuelRange1,508 nm2,793 km
Average speed375 kts694 km/h
Trip fuel1,935 lb878 kg
AltitudeFL 41012.50 km
Specific range0.78 nm/lb1.72 nm/kg
FerryRange1,777 nm3,291 km
Average speed289 kts535 km/h
Trip fuel2,026 lb919 kg
AltitudeFL 41012.50 km
Specific range 0.88 nm/lb1.93 nm/kg
Missions300 nm:Runway1,571 ft479 m
(4 passengers)Flight time59 mins
Fuel used485 lb220 kg
AltitudeFL 41012.50 km
Specific range0.62 nm/lb1.36 nm/kg
600 nm:Runway1,696 ft517 m
Flight time1hr + 44 mins
Fuel used842 lb382 kg
AltitudeFL 41012.50 km
Specific range0.71 nm/lb1.57 nm/kg
1,000 nm:Runway1,866 ft569 m
Flight time2 hrs + 45 mins
Fuel used1,320 lb599 kg
AltitudeFL 41012.50 km
Specific range0.76 nm/lb1.67 m/kg
1,500 nm:Runway2,086 ft517 m
Flight time4 hrs + 1 min
Fuel used1,925 lb873 kg
AltitudeFL 41012.50 km
Specific range0.78 nm/lb1.72 nm/kg
NOTES:
1. A single pilot of 200lb (inc. baggage) is included in the BOW (BOW=EOW + 200lb). This pilot is not included in the payload values.
2. All specifications subject to change without notice.

Business & Commercial Aviation Specifications


Manufacturer Model Stratos Aircraft Inc Stratos 714
Equipped PriceTo be announced
CharacteristicsSeating 1+3/5
Wing Loading43 lb/ft22.0 kpa
Thrust Loading2.48 lb/lbf
DimensionsExternalLength35.8 ft10.9 m
Height9.8 ft3.0 m
Span40.5 ft12.3 m
InternalLength9.5 ft290 cm
Height/Dropped Aisle Depth4.8 ft/NA146 cm/NA
Width4.7 ft143 cm
BaggageInternal: ft3/lb--
External: ft3/lb9 / -255 dm3/ -kg
EngineP&WC PW535E
Output/flat rating (°C)3,360 lbf/ISA+27°14.0 kN/ISA+27˚
Inspection Interval5,000 hrs
WeightsMax.ramp8,455 lbs3,835 kg
Max.takeoff8,421 lbs3,820 kg
Max.landing8,000 lbs3,629 kg
Max.zero fuel6,261 lbs2,820 kg
BOW5,035 lbs2,284 kg
Max.payload1,180 lbs535 kg
Useful load3,386 lbs1,536 kg
Max. fuel2,619 lbs1,188 kg
Available payload with max. fuel766 lbs348 kg
Available fuel with executive payload2,205 lbs1,000 kg
LimitsMmo0.7
Trans Alt. FL/VMO FL285/272 kts8.69 km/504 km/h
PSI8.33 psi57 kPa
Airport PerformanceTOFL (SL elev./ISA temp)
TOFL (5,000 ft. elev.@25°C)
2,090 ft
3,400 ft
637 m
1,036 m
Mission Weight8,421 lbs3,820 kg
NBAA IFR Range1,567 nm2,902 km
V2104 kts193 km/h
VREF90 kts166 km/h
Landing distance1,510 ft460 m
ClimbTime to altitude17 mins to FL 37017 mins to 11.3 km
FAR25 Engine-Out Rate
FAR25 Engine-Out Gradient
N/A
N/A
CeilingsCertificated41,000 ft12.50 km
All Engine Service41,000 ft12.50 km
Engine-Out ServiceN/AN/A
Max. sea-level cabin21,500 ft6,500 m
CruiseLong rangeTAS318 kts590 km/h
Fuel flow354 lb/h
AltitudeFL 41012.50 km
Specific range0.80 nm/lb1.76 nm/kg
High SpeedTAS402 kts744 km/h
Fuel flow502 lbs/h228 kg/h
AltitudeFL 41012.50 km
Specific range0.75 nm/lb1.66 nm/kg
NBAA IFR
(100 nm alternate)
Max payload with available fuelRange1,178 nm2,182 km
Average speed368 kts681 km/h
Trip fuel1,567 lb732 kg
AltitudeFL 41012.50 km
Specific range0.75 nm/lb1.66 nm/kg
Max.fuel with available payloadRange1,579 nm2,924 km
Average speed 376 kts 696 km/h
Trip fuel2,012 lb913 kg
AltitudeFL 41012.50 km
Specific range0.79 nm/lb1.73 nm/kg
Four occupants with available fuelRange1,508 nm2,793 km
Average speed375 kts694 km/h
Trip fuel1,935 lb878 kg
AltitudeFL 41012.50 km
Specific range0.78 nm/lb1.72 nm/kg
FerryRange1,777 nm3,291 km
Average speed289 kts535 km/h
Trip fuel2,026 lb919 kg
AltitudeFL 41012.50 km
Specific range 0.88 nm/lb1.93 nm/kg
Missions300 nm:Runway1,571 ft479 m
(4 passengers)Flight time59 mins
Fuel used485 lb220 kg
AltitudeFL 41012.50 km
Specific range0.62 nm/lb1.36 nm/kg
600 nm:Runway1,696 ft517 m
Flight time1hr + 44 mins
Fuel used842 lb382 kg
AltitudeFL 41012.50 km
Specific range0.71 nm/lb1.57 nm/kg
1,000 nm:Runway1,866 ft569 m
Flight time2 hrs + 45 mins
Fuel used1,320 lb599 kg
AltitudeFL 41012.50 km
Specific range0.76 nm/lb1.67 m/kg
1,500 nm:Runway2,086 ft517 m
Flight time4 hrs + 1 min
Fuel used1,925 lb873 kg
AltitudeFL 41012.50 km
Specific range0.78 nm/lb1.72 nm/kg
NOTES:
1. A single pilot of 200lb (inc. baggage) is included in the BOW (BOW=EOW + 200lb). This pilot is not included in the payload values.
2. All specifications subject to change without notice.

Business & Commercial Aviation Specifications


Manufacturer Model Stratos Aircraft Inc Stratos 714
Equipped PriceTo be announced
CharacteristicsSeating 1+3/5
Wing Loading43 lb/ft22.0 kpa
Thrust Loading2.48 lb/lbf
DimensionsExternalLength35.8 ft10.9 m
Height9.8 ft3.0 m
Span40.5 ft12.3 m
InternalLength9.5 ft290 cm
Height/Dropped Aisle Depth4.8 ft/NA146 cm/NA
Width4.7 ft143 cm
BaggageInternal: ft3/lb--
External: ft3/lb9 / -255 dm3/ -kg
EngineP&WC PW535E
Output/flat rating (°C)3,360 lbf/ISA+27°14.0 kN/ISA+27˚
Inspection Interval5,000 hrs
WeightsMax.ramp8,455 lbs3,835 kg
Max.takeoff8,421 lbs3,820 kg
Max.landing8,000 lbs3,629 kg
Max.zero fuel6,261 lbs2,820 kg
BOW5,035 lbs2,284 kg
Max.payload1,180 lbs535 kg
Useful load3,386 lbs1,536 kg
Max. fuel2,619 lbs1,188 kg
Available payload with max. fuel766 lbs348 kg
Available fuel with executive payload2,205 lbs1,000 kg
LimitsMmo0.7
Trans Alt. FL/VMO FL285/272 kts8.69 km/504 km/h
PSI8.33 psi57 kPa
Airport PerformanceTOFL (SL elev./ISA temp)
TOFL (5,000 ft. elev.@25°C)
2,090 ft
3,400 ft
637 m
1,036 m
Mission Weight8,421 lbs3,820 kg
NBAA IFR Range1,567 nm2,902 km
V2104 kts193 km/h
VREF90 kts166 km/h
Landing distance1,510 ft460 m
ClimbTime to altitude17 mins to FL 37017 mins to 11.3 km
FAR25 Engine-Out Rate
FAR25 Engine-Out Gradient
N/A
N/A
CeilingsCertificated41,000 ft12.50 km
All Engine Service41,000 ft12.50 km
Engine-Out ServiceN/AN/A
Max. sea-level cabin21,500 ft6,500 m
CruiseLong rangeTAS318 kts590 km/h
Fuel flow354 lb/h
AltitudeFL 41012.50 km
Specific range0.80 nm/lb1.76 nm/kg
High SpeedTAS402 kts744 km/h
Fuel flow502 lbs/h228 kg/h
AltitudeFL 41012.50 km
Specific range0.75 nm/lb1.66 nm/kg
NBAA IFR
(100 nm alternate)
Max payload with available fuelRange1,178 nm2,182 km
Average speed368 kts681 km/h
Trip fuel1,567 lb732 kg
AltitudeFL 41012.50 km
Specific range0.75 nm/lb1.66 nm/kg
Max.fuel with available payloadRange1,579 nm2,924 km
Average speed 376 kts 696 km/h
Trip fuel2,012 lb913 kg
AltitudeFL 41012.50 km
Specific range0.79 nm/lb1.73 nm/kg
Four occupants with available fuelRange1,508 nm2,793 km
Average speed375 kts694 km/h
Trip fuel1,935 lb878 kg
AltitudeFL 41012.50 km
Specific range0.78 nm/lb1.72 nm/kg
FerryRange1,777 nm3,291 km
Average speed289 kts535 km/h
Trip fuel2,026 lb919 kg
AltitudeFL 41012.50 km
Specific range 0.88 nm/lb1.93 nm/kg
Missions300 nm:Runway1,571 ft479 m
(4 passengers)Flight time59 mins
Fuel used485 lb220 kg
AltitudeFL 41012.50 km
Specific range0.62 nm/lb1.36 nm/kg
600 nm:Runway1,696 ft517 m
Flight time1hr + 44 mins
Fuel used842 lb382 kg
AltitudeFL 41012.50 km
Specific range0.71 nm/lb1.57 nm/kg
1,000 nm:Runway1,866 ft569 m
Flight time2 hrs + 45 mins
Fuel used1,320 lb599 kg
AltitudeFL 41012.50 km
Specific range0.76 nm/lb1.67 m/kg
1,500 nm:Runway2,086 ft517 m
Flight time4 hrs + 1 min
Fuel used1,925 lb873 kg
AltitudeFL 41012.50 km
Specific range0.78 nm/lb1.72 nm/kg
NOTES:
1. A single pilot of 200lb (inc. baggage) is included in the BOW (BOW=EOW + 200lb). This pilot is not included in the payload values.
2. All specifications subject to change without notice.

Interactive Range Map


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Stratos 714 Range Comparison Chart


Notes

1. Range is for Zero wind conditions. Range is for max payload and NBAA IFR reserves.
2. Turboprop aircraft: NBAA IFR range with 100 nm alternate with executive payload.
3. Turbofan aircraft: NBAA IFR range with 100 nm alternate and max payload.
4. Pilot +3 passengers with full baggage.

Stratos 714
1,500 NM

Cirrus Vision
600 NM

Piper Meridian
579 NM

Socata TBM 850
1,150 NM

Cessna Mustang
725 NM

Phenom 100
1,160 NM

Stratos 714 Range Comparison Chart


Notes

1. Range is for Zero wind conditions. Range is for max payload and NBAA IFR reserves.
2. Turboprop aircraft: NBAA IFR range with 100 nm alternate with executive payload.
3. Turbofan aircraft: NBAA IFR range with 100 nm alternate and max payload.
4. Pilot +3 passengers with full baggage.

Stratos 714
1,500 NM

Cirrus Vision
600 NM

Piper Meridian
579 NM

Socata TBM 850
1,150 NM

Cessna Mustang
725 NM

Phenom 100
1,160 NM

Stratos 714 Range Comparison Chart


Stratos 714
1,500 NM

Cirrus Vision
600 NM

Piper Meridian
579 NM

Socata TBM 850
1,150 NM

Cessna Mustang
725 NM

Phenom 100
1,160 NM

Notes

1. Range is for Zero wind conditions. Range is for max payload and NBAA IFR reserves.
2. Turboprop aircraft: NBAA IFR range with 100 nm alternate with executive payload.
3. Turbofan aircraft: NBAA IFR range with 100 nm alternate and max payload.
4. Pilot +3 passengers with full baggage.

Cruise Performance v. Altitude

(4) 200LB occupants with 100 NM NBAA IFR Reserves

Cruise Performance v. Altitude

(4) 200LB occupants with 100 NM NBAA IFR Reserves

Cruise Performance v. Altitude

(4) 200LB occupants with 100 NM NBAA IFR Reserves

Stratos 714 Payload Range

With 100 NM NBAA IFR Reserves

Stratos 714 Payload Range

With 100 NM NBAA IFR Reserves

Stratos 714 Payload Range

With 100 NM NBAA IFR Reserves

Fuel Burn v. Altitude for Higher Altitude

Cruise @ 400 KTAS w/ 4x200lb Occupants and Half Fuel -1023 LBS

Fuel Burn v. Altitude for Higher Altitude

Cruise @ 400 KTAS w/ 4x200lb Occupants and Half Fuel -1023 LBS

Fuel Burn v. Altitude for Higher Altitude

Cruise @ 400 KTAS w/ 4x200lb Occupants and Half Fuel -1023 LBS

The projected performance of the Stratos 714 is based on a detailed performance model.

In this section we review this performance model.

Much of our efforts over the past two years has been spent developing a detailed weight and performance model of the aircraft. We have used only those analytic and empirical methods that are appropriate to this class of aircraft and these have been verified against existing designs or published data. The approach has been ‘bottom-up’ in the sense that weight of all major components and systems have been estimated and then summed to give the overall aircraft weight. As an additional check, ‘top-down’ weight estimates have also been made by comparison with the historical trends of similar aircraft. In both cases the approach has been conservative and the Stratos weight targets are therefore achievable with standard composite materials and construction technique.
The Pratt & Whitney Canada JT15D-5 engine deck has been embedded in the performance model so the thrust, air and fuel flows come directly from Pratt & Whitney Canada JT15D-5 test data. In doing so, we have been realistic in the estimation of intake pressure recovery, bleed air flows and mechanical power extraction, all of which impact the engine performance.

We have carried out a detailed trade study and have found the optimum stall speed for the Stratos aircraft to be 63 knots. As this is above 61 knots, the FAA will require demonstration of increased crashworthiness which will require additional fuselage structural weight. However, these are offset by savings in wing weight and, overall, 63 knots gives the best combination of weight, performance, field performance and low speed handling. In Europe single engine aircraft are required to stall at 61 knots or below. EASA certified versions of the Stratos will have a slightly lower maximum takeoff weight to comply with this requirement.
Our performance model has been applied to existing aircraft and shown to give good estimates of their weights, cruise and field performance. The Stratos performance has also been analyzed independently by a reputable outside group and they have confirmed our performance projections to be realistic. We have very high confidence that we can achieve the design objectives.