Used Rockwell single prop aircraft
The Rockwell Commander 112 is an American single piston-engine monoplane designed and built by the US-manufacturer Rockwell (later Rockwell International) in the 1970s. The successor is a developed version built by Commander Aircraft as the Commander 114 series. Production period started in the 1990s.
The main difference between the 112 and 114 is the more powerful six-cylinder engine. In general, 1 pilot could transport 3 passengers and the maximum range is about 820 NM.
|Year: 1976; TTAF: 2197h; Type: Single Prop; Location: Switzerland, Neuchatel; Reg. No.: HB-NCF|| || |
|Year: 1992; TTAF: 5100h; Type: Single Prop; Location: Germany, Damme, EDWC; IFR certified, IFR equipped, Always hangared; Reg. No.: D-EJON|| ||EU tax paid|
net price: € 120,000
|TTAF: 6300h; Type: Single Prop; Location: Sweden|| || |