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2010 CESSNA CITATION MUSTANG

No accidents or events by the plane.
The plane is in active service.
Will be delivered with a new Airworthiness Import Certificate.
72-month inspection of landing years recently completed.
 

FUSELAGE
  • Total hours: 428
  • Total cycle: 459
  • Maintenance: Performed by Türk Hava Yolları Teknik A.Ş.
  • Program: CESCOM system.
ENGINE
  • Manufacturer: Pratt Whitney
AVIONICS
  • Garmin 1000 avionic suit
  • Double 10.4 inch Garmin PFD screen
  • Single 15 inch Garmin MFD screen
  • Double engine / fuselage interface units- Garmin
  • Double digital air data computer (ADC)- Garmin
  • Double digital elevation progress reference systems (AHRS)- Garmin GRS 77
  • Double magnetometer- Garmin
  • Double integrated avionic units with VHF Nav/Com, GPS receivers, flight directors and warning alarms – Garmin
  • Double digital audio control panel- Garmin
  • Single remote flight management system (FMS) / MFD control keyboard- Garmin
  • Three-axis automatic flight control system with integrated seat gap setting (AFCS)- Garmin
  • Advanced supervision double-mode S diversification transponders – Garmin
  • Four-color weather systems avoidance radar- Garmin
  • Electric elevation indicator- Mid Continent Instruments 4200
  • Electromechanical speed indicator- Aerosonic 261440
  • Electromechanical altimeter- Aerosonic 162350
  • Land avoidance warning system
  • Traffic information system
  • Jeppesen ChartView
  • Garmin synthetic display technology
  • ACAS
INTERNAL
  • 10 passenger seats: 4 facing passenger seats, 4 conference group and 2 divans.
  • 1 front kitchen
  • 1 rear WC (vacuum)
  • 1 rear baggage space
EXTERNAL
  • Widely Matterhorn white, black and yellow accented frame. Painted in June 2010.
AUDIT
  • No accidents or events by the plane. The plane is in active service. Will be delivered with a new Airworthiness Import Certificate. 72-month inspection of landing years recently completed.
  • 12-month inspection
  • Final implementation: 29.07.2016 / 428 hours / 459 cycles
Date: July 29, 2017
  • 72-month inspection (Landing gears included)
  • Final implementation: 19.04.2016 / 417 hours / 450 cycles


 
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