||1997 South African registered Piper Jetprop DLX
Total time of 2950h on airframe and 1950h on engine
Recent HSI from 06/2017 on strong PT6A-35 engine
Converted 2005 with 1000h total time, conversion 167
No airway fees with MTOW 1950kg/4290Ibs
Annual inspection from 06/2017
Airplane time state
||One P&W PT6A-35 with 560shp and 1950h SNEW/conversion in 08/2005 and 20h SHSI in 06/2017. 1800HSI/3600h engine TBO, trend monitoring installed offering operation beyond HSI and TBO.
New four blade Hartzell propeller fitted with 700h SNEW in 02/2009 and 70h SOH in 06/2014. 4000h propeller TBO, can be operated “on condition” after reaching its TBO.
||Original interior from 1997 in general good condition with light beige leather. Spacious cabin offers space for four passengers in club seating configuration. Aft baggage compartment located behind rear seats. Single executive writing table installed on right side with individual reading lights for every passenger seat. Every passenger seat offers individual reclining and intercom plugin.
||Original paint from 1997 in general good condition light grey and white with white stripes.
||Autopilot: King KFC 150 with yaw damper and King KAS 297B altitude pre-selector and V/S
2xCOM/NAV/GPS: Garmin G530W and G430W both WAAS displaying terrain
HSI: King KCS 55A
MFD: Garmin MX 20 displaying terrain, charts, traffic and MAP
Weather radar: King Radar 2000 with vertical profile
Stormscope: BF Goodrich WX500
Radar Altimeter: King KR 10A
RMI: King KI-229
DME: King KN 65
ADF: King KR 87
Audio: Garmin GMA 340
ELT: Artex 406MHz
Transponder: Garmin GTX 330 Mode S
Trend monitoring and fuel computer
Rear cabin heater and Air conditioning
LoPresti “Boom Beam” landing light
Dual external Victron 24V battery charger
||The present owner is the 3rd owner in total. The aircraft was sold and exported to South Africa as a piston aircraft when it was new to its first owner. The aircraft was then resold again to the US in 09/2002. The second owner decided to convert it to a Jetprop DLX with a total time of 1000h in 08/2005. He then continued operation of the aircraft until selling it to its present 3rd owner in 06/2011 and exporting it again from the US. All logbooks are available SNEW such as complete documentation of the conversion.
Aircraft had wingtip damage, lightning strike, dual prop strike and compressor FOD (Reports available).
The Jetprop DLX is definitely the right investment to travel in a pressurized cabin in high altitudes achieving satisfying cruising speeds and being able to achieve great take-off and landing performance. Operating and maintenance costs are significantly lower compared to bigger multi engine piston planes and operating in a much safer environment in icing conditions with an existing FIKI certification.
Cruises FL270 with 265KTAS using 34GAL/h.
Max ramp weight 1962kg/4318Ibs
Maximum useful load 514kg/1130Ibs
Maximum usable fuel 570l/151GAL
Payload with full fuel 58kg/127Ibs
Initial climb rate of 2500fpm, reaching FL270 after 15 minutes.
900nm IFR range plus reserve or 1100nm range VFR.
05/2016 New batteries installed
12/2016 Emergency door seal replaced
12/2016 Start relay replaced
12/2016 Cabin and lower door seal replaced
12/2016 Outflow valve repaired
12/2016 Safety outflow valve repaired
12/2016 Outflow valve control repaired
12/2016 Pressurization controller repaired
06/2017 HSI performed by Dallas Airmotive Inc.
06/2017 CT vane ring replaced as part of HSI
06/2017 Decals underneath wing replaced
06/2017 Annual inspection performed
All mandatory ADs and SB complied with
||Cruises FL270 with 265KTAS using 34GAL/h.
Recent HSI performed by Dallas Airmotive Inc.
Recent major maintenance visit.
All specifications subject to verification upon inspection, withdrawal from market without prior notice