This Mooney M20J is a very clean, well cared for aircraft. This aircraft has been owned for 30 years by current owner, it is located in sunny Arizona and is hangared. The paint and interior on this plane is exceptional, don’t miss this one.
This beautiful aircraft is being sold by the builder. The is an exceptional build and it lives up to the Van’s reputation for Total Performance. 153 hours TTAF and a very nice paint scheme and cruises at 150 KTS.
1965 Piper PA-28-180 2701.6 AFTT, 331.3 SMOH, 1299.2 Prop. Aircraft is in great mechanical condition, paint is still in good condition and the interior has be updated nicely (shows little wear). New Tires, New Battery, New ELT Battery. 0-360 Lycoming that has newer hoses and very well maintained.
Highly desirable Cessna 310Q now available for immediate sale. 4245 TT, 220/463 SFREM. Paint 2008 by Master Aircraft Services; Leather seats, side panel and carpet 2008. This aircraft has the Colemill Executive 600 Conversion which increase the horse power, service ceiling and overall performance. Click here for complete PHOTOS
It’s tempting to dismiss one of the biggest news stories of the year, the FAA’s awarding type certification to Cirrus Aircraft for its SF50 Vision Jet, but we should avoid any such urge to gloss over the achievement in our minds. It’s a monumental accomplishment for Cirrus, and here’s why.
Ten years ago, when the term Very Light Jet (VLJ) started getting tossed around by everyone, there really weren’t any VLJs, sub-10,000-pound airplanes designed to be flown by regular pilots, maybe those stepping up from high-performance singles. Within a few years there were two: the Cessna Citation Mustang and the Eclipse EA500. But the single-engine jets being developed to slide into even less expensive niches went bust. Piper abandoned its Piper Jet (renamed the Altaire after a redesign), and Diamond couldn’t make the numbers work on its promising DiamondJet, either.
The one survivor is the Cirrus Jet, now known as the SF50 Vision Jet. When [...]