You can get access to the flight testing services through an agreement with NLR.
The aircraft (PH-LAB) has a maximum payload of 1400 kg (incl. crew), range upto 3000 km, endurance of 5.30 hours, max speed of 840 km/h (Ma 0,705) and maximum operating altitude of 13000m (FL 430). The aircraft can be operated single-pilot IFR/VFR, allowing display and/or procedure evaluations by the customer from the right hand seat. As EASA part 21 holder, NLR has the autonomy to modify aircraft systems. For flight test purposes the aircraft features: - a separate electrical system dedicated to powering onboard test equipment - an additional stand-alone 3000 psi hydraulic system - provisions on fuselage for mounting an external pod - numerous facilities in cockpit and cabin for accommodating test equipment - an antenna box on top of the fuselage that can accommodate multiple antennas - underwing panels configured for antenna installation - a noseboom with alpha/beta vanes or five-hole probe - a fuselage fairing accommodating a forward facing optical glass - several metal plate inserts that can replace existing windows and can accommodate flight test equipment. Available flight test instrumentation consists of: - Inertial Reference System - Digital Air Data System - GPS high-accuracy positioning system (phase tracking) - Multi-channel digital data acquisition and recording system (general aircraft state parameters are real-time available in cabin) - Iridium SATCOM - Liquid Water Content sensor - Humidity sensor - Telemetry system - Digital integrated avionics system in cockpit, offering opportunities to test new experimental display formats in flight.