Air Tractor AT 802
Aerial firefighting asset without parallel
Once over the fire line, the AT-802F slows things down—dropping its payload low, slow, and right where it’s needed to knock down brush and grass fires or suppress fires in heavier canopies. The AT-802F’s maneuvering agility, speedy climb rates and compact size make it ideal for mountainous terrain, narrow flight corridors, and wildland-urban interface areas.
Air Tractor’s Gen II Fire Retardant Dispersal System (FRDS) is the industry’s most advanced and proven single engine air tanker fire gate. Click here to learn more about it, and see why it’s the industry’s preferred fire retardant delivery system.
Low operating cost, fuel efficiency, and extended operating range also make the AT-802F an ideal air asset for patrol duty—and immediate response—on days when wild fire risk is high.
And when fire season is over, the AT-802F is ready to go back to work – not back into the hanger. The same qualities that make the AT-802F a superior aerial fire fighter also make it perfectly suited for forest restoration in the wake of wildfires. Its 800-gallon capacity, speed and maneuverability help to make quick work of hydromulch application or reseeding for erosion control.
Dollar for dollar, pound for pound, the AT-802F is simply the most efficient, effective air tanker flying.
Specifications & performance
Engine SHP: 1,350 @ 1,700 RPM
Propeller: Hartzell HC-B5MA-3D/M11691NS
Take-off Weight: 16,000 lbs (7.257 kg)
Landing Weight: 16,000 lbs (7.257 kg)
Empty Weight with Spray Equipment: 7,210 lbs (3.270 kg)
Useful Load: 8,790 lbs (3.987 kg)
Hopper Capacity: 820 US gal (3.104 L)
Fuel Capacity: 254 US gal (961 L)
Wing Span: 59.2 ft (18,04 m)
Wing Area: 401 sq ft (37,29 m²)
Main Wheel Size: 32.0 in
Tail Wheel Size: 6.25 x 6
Working Speed (Typical): 120-125 mph (104-108 kts)
Range – Economy Cruise at 8,000 ft (2.438 m): 800 mi (1.287 km)
Stall Speed – Flaps Up: 105 mph (91 kts) at 16,000 lbs (7.257 kg)
Stall Speed – Flaps Down: 91 mph (79 kts) at 16,000 lbs (7.257 kg)
Stall Speed ad Usually Landed: 69 mph (59 kts)
Rate of Climb: 850 fpm at 16,000 lbs (7.257 kg)
Take-off Distance: 2,000 ft at 16,000 lbs (7.257 kg)