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The Skyvan is a 19-seater twin turboprop aircraft manufactured by Short Brothers of Belfast, Northern Ireland. It is used mainly for short-haul freight and skydiving.
  
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The Skyvan is a high wing twin engined all-metal monoplane with a high cantilever tailplane with twin rudders. The first flight of the Skyvan, the Skyvan 1, was on 17 January 1963.
  
The '''Short SC.7 Skyvan''' was twin turboprop transport aircraft of the late 20th century.  
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The Shorts 330 and Shorts 360 are stretched model of the original SC-7 which were designed as regional airliners.
  
 
It is on [[CVS]], here http://cvs.flightgear.org/viewvc/data/Aircraft/Skyvan/?sortby=log
 
It is on [[CVS]], here http://cvs.flightgear.org/viewvc/data/Aircraft/Skyvan/?sortby=log

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SC.7 Skyvan
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Type 2 turboprop
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The Skyvan is a 19-seater twin turboprop aircraft manufactured by Short Brothers of Belfast, Northern Ireland. It is used mainly for short-haul freight and skydiving.

The Skyvan is a high wing twin engined all-metal monoplane with a high cantilever tailplane with twin rudders. The first flight of the Skyvan, the Skyvan 1, was on 17 January 1963.

The Shorts 330 and Shorts 360 are stretched model of the original SC-7 which were designed as regional airliners.

It is on CVS, here http://cvs.flightgear.org/viewvc/data/Aircraft/Skyvan/?sortby=log

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