Q-400 Boarding Ramps 2017-10-10T17:31:39+00:00

Q-400 Passenger Boarding Ramps

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Turboway Passenger Boarding Ramp

The Turboway Passenger boarding ramp is a universal ramp designed to serve the Q-400 and many other regional aircraft. The Turboway boarding ramp allows easier access for all passengers, disabled and non-disabled. this ramp, with its adjustable slope and pivoting bridge, lays over existing aircraft stairs and provides faster more comfortable means of boarding and deplaning. The Turboway boarding ramp uses a hand operated hydraulic pump for adjusting to various aircraft heights and has a detachable tow bar.

The Turboway passenger ramp is a universal ramp designed to serve commuter size aircraft. This ramp allows easier access for all passengers, disabled, and non-disabled. With its adjustable slope and pivoting bridge; it lays over existing aircraft stairs and provides a faster, safer, and more comfortable alternative to boarding and deplaning. The Turboway is comfortably sloped, non-motorized, and easy to operate.

When the canopy option is selected, outriggers will be built onto the frame.

•• Note: This ramp can be used on all known regional aircraft from a Metro to a CRJ900

Length: 28 feet
Height: 96″ stowed
Width: 72″
Weight: Ramp, No Canopy:  1,450 lbs.
Ramp, With Canopy:  1,950 lbs.
Wheels: All pneumatic, Industrial Foam Filled
Brake: Dead Man style
Tow Bar: Included
Chocks: Included
Canopy: Optional and includes outriggers built onto the frame.
Range: Lowest setting 41″, highest setting 77″
Degree of slope: Dash 8 at 43″ – 7 degrees, CRJ at 77″ – 12 degrees
FAA Requirements: Meets or exceeds all requirements as stated in A/C No: 150/5220-21C
Aircraft Locator Rod: Provided
Surface: 36″ wide slip-resistant surface
Wind Standards: Meets 90 MPH FAA requirement when stowed
Warranty: 2-year warranty on manufacturing and material defects

 

Express Ramp for all Regional Aircraft up to CRJ900

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Regional Express Ramp

The Regional Express Ramp works much the same way as the Turboway boarding ramp. The express ramp is fully adjustable using a hand crank style lift mechanism and also features a pivoting bridge. The Regional Express Ramp serves the Q-400 as well as many other  regional aircraft.

The Express Ramp offers some of the same advantages as jetbridge boarding: a gentle slope into the aircraft, a place where a number of people can stand safely, and a seamless dignified boarding process for passengers with mobility impairments, as well as those without. The Express Ramp is equipped with a manually operated “crank up” style lift for adjusting the height, rather than the hydraulically operated system found on the Turboway ramp.

•• Note: This ramp can be used on all known regional aircraft from a Metro to a CRJ900

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Length: 27 1/2 feet
Height: 96″ stowed
Width: 84″
Weight: 1,450 pounds (Aluminum frame w/o canopy)
Wheels: All pneumatic, industrial polyurethane filled
Brake: Dead Man style
Tow Bar: Included
Chocks: Included
Canopy: Optional
Range: Lowest setting 41″, highest setting 77″
Degree of slope: Dash 8 at 43″ – 7 degrees, CRJ at 77″ – 12 degrees
FAA Requirements: Meets or exceeds all requirements as stated in A/C No: 150/5220-21C
Aircraft Locator Rod: Provided
Surface: 36″ wide slip-resistant surface
Wind Standards: Meets 90 MPH FAA requirement when stowed
Warranty: 2-year warranty on manufacturing and material defects