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Aircraft Details

  • Price: Call for Price
  • Year: 1967
  • Make/Model: Cessna 182 Q skydive
  • Registration Number: D-EOLG
  • Power: Piston
  • Engines: 1 Engine
  • Listing ID: 4126599
  • Partner ID: 57645
  • Posted On: Dec 5, 2023
  • Updated On: Dec 5, 2023

Description

Cessna C-182L Skydive airplane
Continental O-470-R engine with FAT Supercharger installed
Skydive configuration with door, step and seat
No damage history
EASA aproved for Skydiving
FAT-Supercharger conversion (STC and installation by
Airplus Friedrichshafen in 3/2011 costs 33k Euro).
New fuel pumps on 2020 (4k Euro).
Skydive configuration with door, step and seat
Pop 3-blade McCauley
Polished spinner
Engine-monitoring by JPI EDM 700
Alternator: Plane Power AL12-F60C
Starter: Sky-Tec C12ST5
Special skydive equipment (must be viewed to be appreciated):
Skydive door which is locked in upper position, designed to close it by pilot s release handle.
Very stable skydive step designed to allow the gear spring to do its work without bending the step.

Airplane time state:
TT Airframe: ~7260,1 h
Engine Continental O-470-R FAT supercharged engine ~1237 h TSO in 10/2012
3-blade Propeller McCauley D3A32C411C ~758,6 h TSO in Jan/2019
Landings: ~12250
ARC valid until Apr.2024

Avionics

Becker AR6201 COM 8,33 kHz
King KX155 NAV/COM with GS, Annex 10 with VOR/LOC/GS
Indicator KI204
Garrecht VT02 Mode-S Transponder with ADSB-out, just overhauled and updated to VT-2000
King KMA24 Audiopanel
GPS Garmin Aera 500 incl. traffic circuits
Complete Avionics rack is as one unit removable (see pics)
Artex Kannad ELT G406-2, permanently installed (remote
control on panel)
PowerFlarm

Interior

Recovered plastics,
Additionally, all seats (front and back) in blue leather available.
Comfortable skydiver seat (copilot) with upholstered backrest, designed to protect pilots engine controls.

Exterior

White with blue and red stripes (original paint).
Yellow stripes -with stickers.

Additional Features

Anti-corrosion treatment
Aircraft is monitored and registered by local CAMO and maintained by Part-145 organization. Full maintenance history. All STCs approved by EASA. Aircraft inspection by your mechanic can be arranged any time.
26 min climb to 13000 ft - 2 tandems - 28 litre avgas.
Ready to work for your skydive operations.
All information is available on request.

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