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Aircraft Details

  • Price: Call for Price
  • Year: 1990
  • Make/Model: Pilatus PC-9A
  • Registration Number: A23-040
  • Power: Turboprops
  • Engines: 1 Engine
  • Listing ID: 3928927
  • Partner ID: 57596
  • Posted On: Oct 29, 2023
  • Updated On: Oct 29, 2023

Description

Airframe:
9 587 hrs TT

Engine:
Pratt & Whitney PT6A-62
9 587 TSN
3 518 hrs TBO

Propeller:
Hartzell 4 Blade
9 587 TSN
3 162 TBO

FEATURES
- Ex-military turboprop trainer
- Original RAAF livery
- Complete aircraft project
- Good condition

HISTORY & BACKGROUND

The Pilatus PC-9 is a two-seat trainer aircraft designed by Pilatus Switzerland.

PC-9/A is a variant of the PC-9 for the Royal Australian Air Force built under license by Hawker de Havilland in Sydney. It was introduced to the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) in 1987, with pilot training commencing in 1989.

This SN 540 served with the Royal Australian Air Force as A23-040 and has been withdrawn in 2019 with 9 587 hrs TT.

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