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Stavatti Commercial Aerospace is the civil commercial aircraft development and manufacturing enterprise of Stavatti Aerospace. Commercial Aerospace is chartered with the mission of designing, developing, prototyping, testing, certifying, manufacturing and supporting commercial passenger and cargo aircraft.

There was a time not too long ago when America was home to a number of commercial aircraft manufacturers including Boeing, McDonnell Douglas, Fairchild and Lockheed. Today there is only one domestic producer of commercial airliners: Boeing. While the largest aircraft manufacturer in the world, the fact of the matter is that Boeing is continuously challenged by Airbus with respect to wide and narrow-body commercial aircraft production. In the field of regional airliners, Boeing does not offer a specific product, with virtually all turboprop and turbofan short-haul commercial aircraft being produced on foreign soil.

The vision of Stavatti aerospace will expand the domestic production of both narrow and wide-body commercial aircraft while re-introducing the production of regional airliners to U.S. soil. Competing primarily with Boeing, Airbus, Bombardier and Embraer, Stavatti will enter the commercial aircraft market with the production of 100 to 200 passenger short and medium range regional airliners. From the production of 100 passenger class turboprop and turbofan regional airliners, over the next 50 years Stavatti commercial aerospace will expand to produce a diverse fleet of aerospace vehicles including 100-200 passenger, twin-engine narrow-body commercial airliners, 150-200 passenger, twin-turbofan wide-body commercial airliners, 200-400 passenger, twin-turbofan wide-body commercial airliners, 300-600 passenger, multi-turbofan wide-body commercial airliners, 100 to 300 passenger narrow-body supersonic commercial airliners and 50-100 passenger Single-Stage-To-Orbit commercial spaceliners.

SM-920 COMMERCIAL AIRLINER
Aircraft Type: Narrowbody Commercial Airliner
Seating: Flight Crew of 2 and up to 192 All-Economy Class Passengers
Powerplant: 2 x CFM LEAP 1A32 Turbofans with 68,500 lbs combined thrust
Maximum Takeoff Weight: 185,000 lbs
Useful Load: 88,000 lbs
Maximum Level Speed: Mach 0.95
Maximum Range (Internal Fuel): 4,900 nm
Basic Aircraft Unit Flyaway Cost: Proprietary
Availability: First Flight in 2026
Replaces: Boeing 737, Airbus A320

The SM-920 is a transformational aircraft that will define the future. An extremely efficient twin engine 192 passenger airliner, the SM-920 will cruise at 0.95 Mach with a range in excess of 4,600 nm. Employing advanced foam metal sandwich construction, innovative air inlets and exhaust nozzles and a unique, highly efficient transonic cruise optimized wing, the SM-920 will compete with the Boeing 737 MAX and Airbus A320neo.