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Agusta A109E Power

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Agusta A109E Power
Aircraft Details
Year 1998
Serial Number 11021
TTAF 3,133 hrs
Seat Capacity N/A
Interior Blue Leather
Exterior Overall White
Engine N/A
Airframe M/X N/A
Eng Program N/A

Agusta 109 Power For Sale

Year of Manufacture: 1998

AIRWORTHINESS REVIEW CERTIFICATE TO: 25/03/2017

AIRCRAFT INSURANCE POLICY TO: 31/12/2017

AIRCRAFT STATION LICENCE TO:23/06/2019

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AIRFRAME:
Hours flown – 3 133,38 Hrs

ENGINES:

Engine 1 (Pratt&Whitney 206C (LIDZ) ) – 3 028,32 Hrs Engine 2 (Pratt&Whitney 206C (LIDZ) ) – 2 972,38 Hrs

M.T.O.W.: 2850 Kg.
Total fuel quantity 850 lt.
Principal dimensions: Fuselage 13,03 m
Height 3,5 m
Rotor Diameter 11 m

SINGLE PILOT IFR ENAC/FAA AVIONIC PACKAGE:
Alternating Current System (2 inverters) Pilot navigations instruments, including: ADI
EHSI 74
ADI stand by
HIS
Compass C14
3 Axis Honeywell AFCS Duplex Vertical Gyros #1 e #2 VG 208 ADF Collins ADF 60 Trasponder TDR 90
VHF-COM VHF 22A (2) VHF-NAV VIR 32 (2)
DME Collins DME 42 Flight director FZ 702 Radio altimeter AA300 ELT Artex C406-2HM Radar meteo Bendix RDR Mooving map
Onboard electronic vibration monitoring

Five place executive seating in powder blue leather with a central armrest incorporating telephone and intercom controls. The carpeting is light blue throughout with the cabin headliner and side panels in a neutral fabric with custom pattern.

White with avio blue longitudinal narrow stripe

ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT:

Dual Controls
Rotor brake
Windshield wiper
Windshield wiper alternate pushbutton (pilot/cop.) Engine fire extinguishers
Radio Master switch with “on ground” function Landing search light (450 W)

INSTALLED UTILITY EQUIPMENT:

VIP cabin configuration
Dual controls
Rotor brake
Windshield wipers (Pilot and Co-pilot) with wiper switch on cyclic grip Air conditioning

 A109
The AgustaWestland AW109 is a lightweight, twin-engine, eight-seat multi-purpose helicopter built by the Italian manufacturer Leonardo. The rotorcraft had the distinction of being the first all-Italian helicopter to be mass-produced