2012 Aeroprakt Foxbat Aircraft

Single Engine Propeller

AU $59,950

2012 Aeroprakt Foxbat Aircraft
Aircraft TypeSingle Engine Propeller
MakeAeroprakt
ModelFoxbat
ConditionUsed Aircraft
Sale TypeFor Sale
CurrencyAU $
Price $59,950
LocationVictoria, Australia
Registration No24-8245
Year Built2012
Total Time Airframe1400
Comments

A well kept 2012 Areoprakt A22 LS Foxbat. Fitted with all standard instruments. RA registered with 600 MTOW, 310kg empty. Holds a total of 112 litres (usable) fuel and burns 20 l/hr. This aircraft is STOL capable with a take off and landing roll under 100m. Cruises at 100 knots. Boasts a roomy cabin and great visibility with doors glazed to the floor. The doors are removable for an open air feel. Perfect aircraft for training, cruising or even mustering the cattle.

Engine Specifications

Rotax 912 ULS - 100hp

Avionics

Funke Radio, Trig Transponder, Airspeed indicator, Altimeter, Tachometer, Vertical Speed Indicator, Turn and Slip indicator,Central Y control stick with electric trim.

Interior

Great condition, 4 point seatbelt

Exterior

Clean yellow paint scheme, great condition

Additional Features

Tundra Off road tyres 18-6 with turf glide, Landing light, nav lights. Removable doors.

*PLEASE NOTE: Aircraft specifications are subject to verification by the purchaser. It is up to you as the purchaser to conduct your due diligence. Unless given to you in writing by the seller, no warranties are implied or given. Aircraft or parts may be withdrawn from sale at any time. If the price does not contain the notation that it is the total price, the price may or may not include costs such as Stamp Duty, Transfer fees, GST and other State or Federal charges. Please confirm price, fees, charges and features with the seller of the Aircraft or Part.

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Seller Information

Contact Name:Jacob Fry
Seller Type:Dealer
Dealership:KG Aviation Australia
Location:Victoria, Australia
Mobile:0428 804 818
Listing ID:6084

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