A stunning recent interior and external paint scheme with new de-ice boots and upgraded avionics make this aircraft a great option for business or private travel.
Kilo Papa is a lovely example of a Arrow IV. Her white, orange red and black paint scheme is in good condition as well as the original interior.
The perfect option for UPRT or just having a lot of fun! Sold with a Fresh permit and the annual is not due until July.
If you wanted an original machine then IW is a great example and benefits from a recent sympathetic IRAN rebuild inc new covering by Gerry Cooper at Wickenby.
‘Bravo Bravo’ is a lovely example of a 172H and this is not one to be missed.
She had just had new carpets and side panels fitted along with a lot of extra work stated below.
She benefits from having aircon, TKS de-icing system and oxygen, she has the avidyne dual screens coupled to two GNS430 waas gps/nav/com.
Two private owners since new and on the San Marino T7 register, allowing the aircraft to be maintained to FAA rules and flown on an EASA license.
Fitted with 4 long-range tanks and a large baggage door, she is great all round for long range touring and short fields.
This aircraft has been maintained to the highest standards and has the benefit of a low time engine and prop.
She benefits from a Garmin 530 waas gps/nav/com, GTX330 transponder and S-TEC 55 autopilot.
Uniform India’ has been maintained as closely as it can be to its original Wartime condition, look and feel.
This is a rare opportunity to acquire a very rare, stunning classic aircraft that has had no expense spare in restoration.
The aircraft benefits from a recent new interior, new tyres and brake master cylinders.
Uniform Mike has an ELT fitted and bubble windows, and a lovely light brown leather interior.