The aeroplane is a four-place, low wing, single-engine airplane equipped with fixed tricycle landing gear, having a steerable nose wheel and two main wheels. The basic airframe, except for a tubular steel engine mount, steel landing gear struts, and other miscellaneous parts is of aluminum alloy construction.
The engine is a Lycoming Model O-360-A4A and is rated at 180 horsepower at 2700 RPM. It is a four-cylinder, normally aspirated, direct drive, air-cooled, horizontally opposed, carburetor equipped engine. Major accessories include a starter at 60-amps, 14-volt alternator, a shielded ignition, vacuum pump drive, fuel pump, and a dry, automotive type carburetor air filter.
Fuel is stored in two twenty-five gallon tanks, which are secured to the leading edge structure of each wing by screws and nut plates. An auxiliary electric fuel pump is provided for use in case of failure of the engine-driven pump. Fuel quantity and pressure are indicated on gauges located in the engine gauge cluster on the instrument panel.
The electrical system includes a 14-volt, 60-amp alternator, a 12-volt battery, a voltage regulator, an overvoltage relay and a master switch relay.
We understand you are making a big comitment when booking your hour-building, so we have devised a flexible pricing structure to suit. If you have special requirments please do not hessitate to get intouch with one of our needs to create a more personalised package.
Additional Prices to Consider:
Aircraft Repreation Fee £160 per hour (Hour-Building Flight Only) +Fuel and Expenses at Cost
Rebooking Fee £299.99 to fly off remaining hours if hire duration has been exceeded.
5 day weather allowance is concidered on everybooking.