“N” registered 1998 Piper Jetprop DL for sale, private owned, EU VAT paid!
Low total time of 1650h SNEW in 05/1998
P&WC PT6A-21 engine with 1170h SNEW in 06/2008, on ECTM with DETA
JetProp conversion 230 from 06/2008
Hartzell propeller with 410h SOH in 06/2017
Garmin G500 with SVT, Chartview, SAT weather, IFD 540/440 and much more!
Owner pilot flown and always hangered, private owned, EU VAT paid
100h/annual inspection from 01/2020
Economical turbine, turnkey solution, available immediately!
One P&WC PT6A-21 with 550shp and 1170h SNEW in 06/2008.
1800HSI/3600h engine TBO, trend monitoring (ECTM) offering operation beyond HSI and TBO.
Four blade Hartzell HC-E4N- 3Q propeller fitted with 410h SOH in 06/2017.
4000h propeller TBO, can be operated “on condition” after reaching its TBO.
02/2015 performed avionics upgrade, G500/GAD43E/GSR56/IFD540/440/WX500/glare shield fan installed
02/2016 performed dual battery RG46 and LH pilot side window replacement
02/2017 performed 5Y hydro static test oxygen bottle, 10Y oxygen generator and 15Y emergency oxygen bottle replacement
03/2017 performed 400h fuel nozzles flow check inspection
02/2018 performed starter generator overhaul
02/2018 performed 500h wing fuel tank drain inspection
02/2019 performed 200h starter generator inspection
02/2019 performed MLG tire, MLG brake linings and NLG door actuator replacement
03/2019 performed vent blower replacement
06/2019 performed 24M pitot static and transponder check
01/2020 performed 500h vacuum pump WIP inspection
01/2020 performed 200h oil filter element inspection
01/2020 performed 600h fuel pump inlet screen inspection
01/2020 performed 600h fuel pump outlet filter replacement
01/2020 performed dual igniters and fuel pressure transducer replacement
01/2020 performed 1000h flap tracks, rollers and aileron hinges inspection
01/2020 performed 500h vacuum central filter replacement
01/2020 performed stall warning system replacement
01/2020 performed FAA annual/100h inspection
All mandatory ADs and mandatory SB complied with
Autopilot: King KFC 150 incl. Yaw Damper and GAD43E enablement
PFD/MFD: Garmin G500 SVT, Jeppesen Charts, SafeTaxi, Terrain, Obstacles with GAD43E enabled featuring ALT, V/S, HDG/GPSS mode selections
Avidyne IFD 100 for Bluetooth FPL transfer from iPad to IFD 540 and IFD 440
2 x COM/NAV/GPS: Avidyne IFD 540 displaying Jeppesen Charts, Traffic, Stormscope and SVT and Avidyne IFD 440 displaying Traffic and Stormscope
Weather radar: King Radar 2000 with vertical profile, displayed on Garmin G500
SAT weather: Garmin GSR 56 displayed on Garmin G500
Traffic System: Skywatch TRC 497 displayed on Garmin G500, Avidyne IFD 540 and Avisyne IFD 440
Stormscope: BF Goodrich WX500
DME: King KN 63 displayed on Garmin G500
ADF: King KR 87 displayed on Garmin G500
Audio: PS Engineering PMA 6000M-S
ELT: Artex ME 406 kHz
2 x Transponder: Garmin GTX 330 Mode S and King KT 76C Mode C
LEMO sockets at all seats
Overtorque warning light
Rear Cabin Heater
Emergency Oxygen bottle for Crew
Co-Pilots panel including Cross Pointer
Emergency backup airspeed, altitude, artificial horizon and cross pointer
Engine Trend Monitoring enrolled with DETA
Original interior from 1998 in light beige leather. Spacious cabin offers space for up to four passengers in club seating configuration. Executive writing table on right side with individual reading lights for every seat. Every seat offers individual reclining and intercom plugin such as LEMO sockets plugin.
Original paint from 1998 in new Piper snow white, bravo red and Las Vegas gold metallic stripes in good condition.
The present owner is the 3rd owner in total. The aircraft was sold NEW to its first owner in 05/1998, sold to its second owner in 02/2008 and exported to Germany whilst remaining “N” registered. The aircraft was converted to a Piper Jetprop DL in 06/2008 as JetProp conversion 230 with a total time of 482h. The second owner, a German company, sold the aircraft to its third and present owner in 10/2014 who is a German private owner. The aircraft is “N” registered, all logbooks are available SNEW. It is being maintained by an experienced German JetProp maintenance facility according to FAA Part 91. The engine and propeller have suffered from a landing incident in 03/2017, however no airframe damage has been caused! All required repairs in accordance with manufacture maintenance manuals. Please inquire for further details.
Higher, faster, further and more efficient, the Jetprop DL 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 or other similar turbo props and operating in a much safer environment in icing conditions with an existing FIKI certification. Easy and cost effective to maintain, great to fly for business and leisure!
Performance Parameters and Weights:
Cruises FL250 with 248KTAS using 32GAL/h
Initial climb rate 1500fpm, reaching FL250 after 20 minutes
1000nm IFR range plus reserve or 1200nm range VFR.
Max ramp weight 1958kg/4318bs
Maximum useful load 519kg/1144Ibs
Maximum usable fuel 570l/151GAL
Payload with full fuel 63kg/139Ibs