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Cirrus SR-22, LZ-ALA

2003 Cirrus SR22, LZ-ALA

LZ-ALA is a 2003 G1 SR22 in great condition!
It is equipped with a new engine, new engine mount, CAPS repack, and new avionics upgrades (DFC90).

A picture of the Airbus EC-135 helicopter, OY-HJR.

2009 Airbus EC-135 T2 Helicopter, OY-HJR

This EC135 is prepared for offshore hoist operations, operated in Denmark under EASA AOC. 

It is equipped for dual pilot IFR operations. 

Piper Matrix, OY-OLT

2014 Piper Malibu Matrix, OY-OLT

Like new 2014 Piper Malibu Matrix – 200 hrs TTSN.

The aircraft has always been maintained at a certified Piper Service center. Always hangared. One owner since new. No damage history.

Piper Meridian

2001 Piper Malibu Meridian for sale, “off market”

Beautiful Piper Malibu Meridian, with many upgrades! Complete new cockpit installed in 2016, Interior refurbished in 2015, 10 year inspection in (2017), No Damage History, EASA Certified.. Contact us for more info.

Citation XLS for sale

2007 Citation XLS for sale, reg: N590EB

2007 Citation XLS for sale, Currently operated on a EASA AOC. Aircraft is on ProParts and Protech engines 0 SMOH, APU OH’d February 2017.  Contact us for more information.

2016 Piper Archer for sale

2016 Piper Archer DX, reg: OY-PDA

2016 Piper Archer DX for sale, like new with only 200 hrs since new.

With a Centurion 2.0S diesel engine and advanced Garmin G1000 avionics suite, this aircraft will ensure reliability and unparalleled fuel efficiency and superior operating economics. –  freedom of flight with less expenditure.

Socata TB21 Trinidad for sale

2003 Socata TB21 GT TC Trinidad, reg: YR-TBI

Beautiful low time Socata TB21 GT TC Trinidad for sale. The TB21GT TC Trinidad is known for its notable spaciousness and comfort. Furthermore the Trinidad can carry a large payload compared to other aircraft in its class. It is almost a full-tanks and full-seats airplane, which is unusual for singles and light twins.

Piper Seneca V for sale

1999 Piper Seneca V, OY-JAU

Piper Seneca V with two freshly Factory overhauled engines, will be delivered with fresh Annual and LH Propeller OH in August 2018.

1977 Beech Super King Air exterior image

1977 Beech Super King, N4047C

The Super King Air 200 is powered by two Pratt and Whitney PT6A-41 turbopropeller engines, each rated at 850 shp. This aircraft is equipped for executive flight with 6 seats, but comes with 10 additional commuter passenger seats.

Factory New Piper Aircraft for Sale

Piper M600 (Factory New)

The M600 seats six and is powered by a Pratt & Whitney PT6A-42A 600 shp engine. The aircraft has a maximum cruise speed of 260 KTAS / 482 km/h, and has a max range of 1,300 nm / 1,852 km with a max payload of 1200 lbs.

Piper M500 (Factory New)

Six-place seating and a pressurized cabin comfortably accommodate passengers, prioritizing precious assets, while the 500 SHP Pratt & Whitney PT6-42A turbine satisfies the most discerning pilot by providing adrenaline-inducing, powerful performance and unmatched reliability.

Piper M350 (Factory New)

The Piper M350 is the only current production pressurized piston-engine aircraft available today. It leads the piston pack with an impressive 213 ktas cruising speed, as well as the ability to cruise up to 25,000 ft in pressurized comfort. With standard dual turbochargers, owners can also expect a consistent fuel burn at any altitude keeping operating costs down.

Piper Seneca V (Factory New)

The Piper Seneca is a powerful twin-engine aircraft, boasting several prominent differences compared to its piston-twin competitors. It rules the highest single-engine service ceiling in its class, displays a standard three-screen G1000 panel, provides a visibly wider cabin.

Piper Archer DX

Piper Archer LX/DX (Factory New)

Standard equipped with four top-of-the-art leather seats and the Garmin G1000 Suite, the Piper Archer LX has all you need when it comes to comfort and technology. Later, when you are ready to meet new challenges, the IFR equipment will allow you to obtain an instrument rating.

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