1976 Commander 112A in Norway

Commander 112A RCM Turbo normalized

  • Make: Commander
  • Country: Norway
  • Model: 112A
  • State/Province: Not provided
  • Year: 1976
  • City/Airport: LILLESTROM (ENKJ)
  • Serial No: 452
  • Registration No: LN-MIL
  • Flight Time: 3207 hours
  • Engine Time: 1220 hours


Former N499CA imported to Norway in 2007. Todays owner had it since 2012, no known damage history in Norway. Flown regularilly by owner all year. Tanis heater installed, full Bruce covers available. Always hangared Nov-April every year at ENKJ. Owner rating inside 5 out of 10, outside 6 out of 10. Fresh annual until March 23. Prop overhauled Sept. 2020 at TT 749:50.


Since 2012, mainly maintained at Norrønafly AS with NLF CAMO all years. Last annual recently completed with 10 years inspection for corrosion of the IO-360. All 4 cylinders overhauled due to some corrotion in 2 of them. All 4 pistons new. Hydraulic power pack changed 2020 due to gear warning, gear did not lock up correctly. Also changed with previous owner in 2009. Works perfect now.


Garmin 430 NAV/COM coupled with autopilot, stick mounted Garmin Aera 500, VOR, ADF, DME, Collins NAV/COM 2, Audiopanel. LORAN C, 4 place intercom. Strikefinder and ELT ME406.


Seats: 4
Nice 4 seats with headrests in original grey leather with grey carpet. Some parts worn, but generally OK. 4 seat belts with shoulder harness. Tinted windows, rear window pilot side with crack, drilled to stop. Windows in good condition. Reading lights and adjustable overhead vents in headliner. Instrument lights OK.

Exterior Description

Blue and white with red trim, original paint, rated 6 out of 10. Strobe lights in tips and rear. LED landing light since 2013. 2 spacious dorrs allow easy access from both sides. Big luggage door on port side behind cabin.

Additional Features

RCM Hot Shot Turbo modified in 1998 by US owner with 3 bladed Hartzell prop. added, too. Aileron gap seals also added, all modifications with STC. Aircraft maintains 200 hp up to 16.000 feet at 162 KTAS. 150 KTAS at 10,000 feet. Normal fuel burn 9 gph. at 24"/2400 RPM. Always run on 100 LL.