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Robin DR 400 for Sale

The four-seat Robin DR400, with the classic cranked Jodel wing, has been built in large numbers by Robin at Dijon with a variety of engines from 118 hp to 200 hp and the Centurion 2.0 in the Ecoflyer. Built from wood and fabric, the Dauphins have standard four-seat cabins but the higher powered Regents have a longer cabin with extra side windows.

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    Name: Labarthe Martial (Pilot)
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    Location: France
    Model Year: 2010
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    DR400 is a good French aircraft and which is not very expensive at use...even with fuel. Its comfortable for passengers and not noisy.

    Submitted on 30/10/2014
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    Name: Winston Lee ()
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    Model Year: 1996
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    I have owned a Robin DR400 Regent 180HP for 18 months now and have had nothing but enjoyable flying. The transition from my NPPL to SSEA and then LAPL meant I was able to progress on to the Robin from my 3 Axis Microlight and to be honest the Robin takes control with just some gentle input from me. Operating out of a grass strip which is 750m is no problem at all- only thing I would say is that on hard runways keeping the speed down before letting the nose wheel touch stops a bit of shimmy under braking. The Robin is a really roomy aircraft and offers great load carrying without impinging on the cabin space and four adults with baggage and fuel is no problem for this aircraft. Fuel I budget for 40 litres an hour but 36 is achievable by leaning and over a long distance. Visibility has to be the best around- not had any aircraft that has been as light and airy as the Robin and in the circuit you have all the vis you need to deal with a busy situation. Equipment wise this varies of course but my fit is ample and with the large panel area it will accommodate a lot of tech to give a more than enviable package for most pilots. All in all the Robin has to be a serious choice if you are looking for a touring machine- weekend rally shuttle or general family runabout.

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Robin DR 400
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  • United Kingdom, Europe, For Sale by AT Aviation
  • This Robin has had the same owner for the last 20 years and has been his pride and joy with no expense spared on the aircraft maintenance....

  • Year 1972
  • S/N
  • TTAF 6554
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Robin DR 400
  • Now Sold
  • United Kingdom, Europe, For Sale by AT Aviation
  • We are delighted to have this DR 400 in stock at Dunkeswell. G-CEKE has just had an airframe overhaul including new Oratex fabric, New 4 Blade MT...

  • Year 1974
  • S/N
  • TTAF 6760