The Galaxy IAI 1126 was Israel Aircraft Industries first all-new corporate jet design. Originally designated the Astra IV, the mid-size Galaxy was part of IAI's long term strategy to develop a family of business aircraft and was produced alongside the 1125A Astra SPX. The interior of the Galaxy features seating for eight passengers in a double club layout in the normal corporate configuration, or up to eighteen in a high-density arrangement.The Galaxy is powered by a pair of Pratt & Whitney of Canada PW306A turbofan engines rated at 6,040 lbs. of thrust each to ISA+10C. Engine operation is controlled through a dual channel, full authority digital electronic controller (FADEC). Inspection interval on the engines is 6,000 hours.
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