Monday, March 11, 2013

Dassault Falcon 100 for sale: $ 600.000

And the second offer for today is our Dassault Falcon 100, with possiblity of been used as an ambulance with two stretchers, for only $ 600.000.

Year 1985

Spanish Reg.

EU-OPS 1.

MSP program engine.

CAMP maintenance. 

Cpacity 7 seats + 2 pilots.

Range 1500 NM.






Piper Cheyenne IIXL for sale: $ 400.000

Our first exclusive sale is a turboprop Piper Cheyenne IIXL, enabled as an ambulance with stretcher for only $ 400.000 (negotiable)

Year 1982.

EU-OPS 1.

Spanish Reg.

620 hp each engine.

Propellers and engine from 0 hours by overhaul. 

Cpacity 6 seats + 2 pilots.






Exclusive offers!

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Tuesday, March 05, 2013

Gulfstream G650 and G280 make Australian debut at Avalon 2013



Two aircraft set four unconfirmed city-pair records en route to air show




Gulfstream’s two newest aircraft arrived in Australia on Monday to participate in the company’s static display at Avalon 2013 in Geelong, Victoria. It’s the first time both the super mid-sized Gulfstream G280 and the ultra-large-cabin, ultra-long-range G650 have been in Australia.

“We’re thrilled to be able to show these two aircraft to our customers in Australia,” saidScott Neal, senior vice president, Sales and Marketing, Gulfstream. “It’s an opportunity for customers to see firsthand the tremendous capabilities of the G280 and G650, including speed, range, safety, reliability and comfort.”

The two aircraft demonstrated their speed and range en route to Australia, setting a series of potential city-pair records. The G650 set a world record between Honolulu and Auckland, flying 3,868 nm (7,164 km) in 7 hours and 57 minutes. Once approved by the National Aeronautic Association, this record will join eight others already set by the G650.

The G280 set three pending records en route to Avalon. The aircraft took off at maximum weight from Carlsbad, Calif., where it demonstrated its takeoff capabilities from the short runway (4,897 ft/1,492 m). It then flew six people (three passengers and three crew) to Honolulu, a distance of 2,322 nm (4,300 km), in 5 hours and 31 minutes at an average speed of Mach 0.83. The aircraft flew the 2,292 nm (4,245 km) from Honolulu to Pago Pago in 5 hours and 12 minutes at an average speed of Mach 0.83. The flight from Pago Pago to Melbourne, a distance of 2,846 nm (5,270 km), took 7 hours and 16 minutes at an average speed of Mach 0.80. The G280 has set 22 city-pair records since it entered service in 2012.

The aircraft’s appearance at Avalon 2013 is part of a world demonstration tour intended to introduce the two aircraft to customers. Since entering service in November 2012, the G280 demonstrator has visited 65 cities in 15 countries, accumulating more than 340 flight hours. Its longest nonstop flight was from Savannah to London, a journey of 3,676 nm (6,808 km).