VIP SAAB 340

 

VIP SAAB 340 Owned by Topaircraft LLC

SAAB_36


Registraton:
Year of Manufacture:Total Hours:TotalCycles:
N340SS
1985
12,9419,568

       

 



GENERAL ELECTRIC ENGINE DATA

                                                           
Left
    
                                    Right

Model
CT7-5A2                                 CT7-5A2

Serial
Number
367225K                                 367224

TBO
On Condition                            On Condition

Overhaul
Date
4/5/2000                                  5/1/2000

Time/Cycles Since New
12,610/9250                            12,254/8864

Time/Cycles Since Overhaul
625/852                                   624/840


LANDING GEAR DATA


TBO

Cycles Remaining

Left:                             12,000
Landings                                   2575

Right:                            12,000
Landings                                   2575

Nose:                           12,000
Landings                                   2575

Note: Above information relates to
standard life limits.  On Low Utilization Maintenance Program, which
the aircraft is currently on, there are approximately 886 cycles
remaining.


AVIONICS

Make
Model

 

Comm (Dual)
Collins                          VHF–22A

Nav (Dual)
Collins                          VIR-32

DME (Dual)
Collins                          DME-42

ADF (Dual)
Collins                          ADF-60A

Weather Radar
Collins
WXP-85

Transponder (Dual)
Collins                          TDR-90

Flight Director  (Dual)
Collins                          FD-85

Autopilot
Collins                          APS 85

Air Data System
Collins

FMS
GNS-XLS “Plus” with  AFIS

and Nexrad Radar

Class A TAWS            Honeywill
MK8

Radio Altimeter
Collins                           ALT 55B

TCAS
Allied Signal                  TCAS II

CVR
Fairchild                        A100

FDR

Nexrad Radar              With
GNS-XLS

 


APU

Garrett GTCP 36-150W, S/N P-115, Total hours: 5,620. This APU
allows full electrical power and cooling while on the ground. Can
also be used in flight to allow better engine performance on
hot/high departures.


AIRCRAFT SUMMARY

Aircraft was delivered new in 1985 to Philip Morris Management
Corporation with registration N200PM where it operated until 1993.
During that time it flew approximately 3,300 hours and 2,300 cycles.
AMP Incorporated (since purchased by Tyco) purchased the aircraft in
1993 for use as a corporate shuttle flying middle and upper
management personnel between production locations in the Eastern US.
Registration with AMP was N77M. Anglo Operations purchased the
airplane in 2000 from Piedmont Hawthorne Aviation (now Landmark
Aviation) for continued use as a corporate shuttle servicing their
corporate transportation needs in South Africa. The aircraft was
resold by Piedmont for Anglo Operations after their need for the
aircraft was eliminated. The present owner now needs a much faster
aircraft as their travel needs have changed, resulting in the
aircraft being available at this time.