|Function||Light amphibian||Land based|
|Engines||2*210hp Teledyne Continental Motors IO-360ES|
|Maximum takeoff weight||2000kg|
|Wing Load (kg/m2)||118|
|Power load (kg/hp)||4.76|
|Cruising Speed at 1000m||265km/h||285km/h|
|Economy Speed at 1000m||205km/h||250km/h|
|Landing Roll (land)||178m||178m|
|Landing Roll (water)||330m||n/a|
|Takeoff Roll (land)||250m||240m|
|Takeoff Roll (water)||285m||n/a|
|Cruise Range (technical)||2050km||2200km|
|Cabin size LxWxH||4m3|
Multy-purpose amphibious aircraft with retractable floats, fixed tricycle landing gear and large rear door. Compared to predecessor, passenger capacity was increased to 7 seats. Russian-built engines were replaced with much more powerful and reliable Teledyne Continental Motors IO-360ES. Experience gained with 'Accord' resulted in structural changes (more reliable and technological airframe), introduction of twin fins (to improve low speed control on takeoff and landing).
Aircraft is equipped with complete set of navigation equipment, including autopilot, radio-compass, marker receiver, combined navigation system, radio-altimeter, beacon transmitter, HF and VHF radio station and emergency radio with battery power.
'Accord-201' was flown first time on July 17, 1997.
This plane, due to the modifications, possesses outstanding performance, highly appreciated by all pilots who flew it. Successful flights from water were performed. The plane participated in Moscow Air Shows 1997, 1999. It is included in "Jane's All the World's Aircraft" together with its 'Accord' prototype.