The aircraft will be delivered with Fresh C Inspection. Available for viewing in Tulsa O.K.
Veneer refurbishment, new carpet and heavy maintenance at Lufthansa/Bizjet
Recently completed government airworthiness inspection including test flight
AFTT: 2114, Cycles: 599
CFM56-7B27 – sn 896178/2105tt/594c; sn 896198/2105tt/594c -on Cond.
APU: Honeywell GTCP 131-9B - P-7719/979tt/819cycles
PATS Aircraft (STC01716NY-D) – (7) Tank; (5) Aft, (2) Fwd – 9,876USG/37,384L
The Integrated Avionics Suite for the BBJ contains a well-balanced mixture of the world’s most well respected manufacturer’s components all carefully chosen and combined by Boeing into the BBJ based on functionality, reliability, maintainability and human factors training elements. Designed around a large, Honeywell six (6) flat-panel primary flight display presentation, the BBJ avionics are designed for long range navigation, ETOPS 180 minutes compliance and lower landing weather minimums (CAT II and CAT IIIA) complete with a fail passive, dual channel auto pilot for auto-land capability.
Other avionics highlights include an integrally designed dual Astronautics-EFB system, Head Up guidance system, and satellite communication with data downlink capability (Iridium Satellite Phone/Rockwell Collins Aero H+). The aircraft is approved for FANs-1 and ADS-B out. This Boeing Business Jet cockpit is brilliantly equipped for mission safety and success.
Calendar Inspection Summary:
The most recent [36 Month Interval] C-Check was conducted on 21 December 2012
• C1 Scheduled for this month
The most recent [6 Month Interval] B-Check (B1) was conducted on 03 June 2015
• B2 Scheduled for this month
The aircraft is not in storage – it is maintained in flying status
Hourly Inspection Summary:
6000 Hour Airframe Inspection due in 3895 Hours
1000 Hour Airframe Inspection was conducted on 14 October 2013
Other Important Inspections:
Landing Gear Assembly Restorations due in 2020
The most recent [Monthly Inspection] A-Check was conducted 08 September, 2014. The aircraft is not in storage – it is maintained in flying status.
Hourly Inspection Summary: 6000 Hour Airframe Inspection due in 3895 Hours
1000 Hour Airframe Inspection was conducted on 14 October, 2013
Other Important Inspections: Landing Gear Assembly Restorations due in 2020
Fuel Tank Inspections (SFAR 88) all Fully Compliant