1989 PILATUS PC-7 TURBO TRAINER N902AK s/n 560

Pending

$749,000

Airframe:

3,017 Hrs TTSNEW
Major Airframe Overhaul Performed in 1998 Pilatus Factory, Stans, Switzerland  

Engine(s):

Pratt & Whitney PT6A-25A, 550 H.P.
3,017 Hrs TTSNEW
766 Hours Since Hot Section

Avionics:

Front Cockpit:
Argus 5000CE Moving Map
Shadin AMS 2000 Altitude Management System
Garmin 155XL GPS
Dual Becker AR3202 Transceivers
Becker 3300 VOR/LOC/GS Receiver
Becker AC2080 ADF
Becker ATC 2000R Transponder
HSI 651
EAS DM-840R DME
Garmin Portable GPS Mounting Foot and Power Cable
NAT Intercom
KI-250 Radar Altimeter
Accelerometer
Standby Altitude Indicator Powered by J.E.T. Emergency Battery
Angle of Attack Indicator
Angle of Attack Index
Ryan TCAD

Equipment:

Precise Flight Pulselite System
Leading Edge Recognition Lights
Air Conditioning in Front and Rear Cockpit
Propeller De-Ice
Two External Under Wing Fuel Tanks (40 Gallons Each)
Cleveland Brakes
Smoke System

Propeller(s):

2,672 Hrs TTSNEW
115 Hrs SPOH

Pending

History:

The PC-7 was built in 1989 and delivered to the South Africa Air Force to be used as a “Lead In” Jet trainer. It was released in 1998, undamaged back to Pilatus for a total rebuild which included wing off restoration. It was put back into service wearing Swiss Air Force Colors (red with black stripe) and was available from the factory. Purchased by the State Alaska Forestry Department, they updated systems, new Cleveland Brakes and Smoke System, and repainted it yellow and blue. It was used by the State of Alaska as a “Lead Fire Marker” from approximately 2000- 2011. The State of Alaska put it up for sale in 2011 with 2,900 total hours and was purchased by the current owner.

Miscellaneous:

Annual Inspection Completed August 2021
All AD’s Complied with including a New Fuel Tank and All Testing
Last 1,000 hour inspection Completed at 2,414 hours
South African logs included

Exterior:

Excellent paint in Yellow and Blue Stripes    

Interior:

Light Grey overall, Black glareshield, Excellent condition  

SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO VERIFICATION UPON INSPECTION