1967 PILATUS PC-6 / B2 H2 TURBO PORTER

Aircraft Description

The Pilatus PC-6 Porter is a single-engined STOL utility aircraft designed by Pilatus Aircraft of Switzerland. First flown in 1959, the PC-6 was produced at Pilatus Flugzeugwerke in Stans, Switzerland. It has been built in both piston engine- and turboprop-powered versions, and was produced under licence for a time by Fairchild Hiller in the United States. After around 600 deliveries in six decades, Pilatus produced the last one in early 2019.

Aircraft Specs

Airframe
AFTT: 10,111.4 / AFC: 16,254
Engine & PropELLER
PRATT AND WHITNEY PT6A-27
SERIAL: PCE-40488
TSN: 8,990.6 / CSN: 15,143 / TSO: 5,797.6 / CSO: 8,758
PROPELLER:
HARTZELL HC-D4N-3P/D9511F
ENGINE:
SERIAL: FY2590
SNEW: 1,086.5
Avionics & Radio
GARMIN 400 GPS

BENDIX KING KX-155 (COMM1 & COMM2)

BENDIX KING KN-62A

COLLINS 55 RAD ALTIMETER

SPERRY HSI

NAT AMS43 AUDIO SYSTEM

4 PLACE INTERCOMM

SHADIN DIGITAL FUEL FLOW

STEC 55X WITH YAW DAMPNER

BENDIX KING KT-76A TRANSPONDER

Additional Equipment
LEFT AND RIGHT UNDER WING FUEL DROP TANKS.

Exterior & colors
WHITE / BLACK STRIPES / VYNIL SKYDIVINGS LOGOS.
interior & colors
GRAY VYNIL SEATING.
inspections status
ALL INSPECTIONS COMPLIED WITH. CURRENT ANNUAL.
Price

US$ 750,000.00