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  • BEECHCRAFT SKIPPER Aircraft For Sale


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    1981 Beech Skipper,1803 TTSN, VFR, GPS, Intercom, Wing Strobes and LED Landing Light, Engine Heater, All Logs, No Damage, Hangared, Nice P&I, Private Owner... More Info

    Lane Aviation

    (614) 237-3747 ext. 159

    Columbus, OH USA

    1979 Beechcraft Skipper 3082 TTSN, 1032 SMOH, 918 SPOH King KT76C TSO XPDR, MX11 Comm, MX 170C Nav/Comm, King KMA24 Audio panel, Garmin 396 Dash Moun... More Info

    Aloha Aircraft Sales LLC

    (559) 970-4700

    Fresno, CA USA

    1979 Beech Skipper AFTT 5164, 1462 SMOH Annual 12/17 Complete logs NDH More Info

    Rezso Alex Buga

    (423) 345-2100

    Surgoinsville, TN USA


    Single Engine Piston Beechcraft Skipper Aircraft Information

    Produced from 1979 to 1981, the single engine piston Beechcraft Model 77 Skipper is a two-seat, fixed tricycle landing gear general aviation airplane. The Skipper had the capacity for one crew member and one passenger. Cruise speed is 105 knots (121 mph, 194 km/h), stall speed is 49 knots (56 mph, 91 km/h), and the aircraft should never exceed a speed of 143 knots (165 mph, 263 km/h). The rate of climb is 720 ft/min (3.67 m/s). The empty weight is 1100 lb (500 kg) and the maximum takeoff weight is 1675 lb (760 kg). The Skipper was designed for flight training and used as well for touring and personal flying.

    During its three years of production 312 aircraft were manufactured. The Skipper is powered by a Lycoming O-235 engine and features side by side seating. The aircraft has good visibility because of the bubble design of the cabin and the large windows combined with the low wing. The Skipper is an all metal design, but incorporates innovative construction techniques including honeycomb bonding, tubular spars, and a hot-bonded wing structure.

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